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A·i·sha

also A·ye·sha  (ä′ē-shä′) c. 611-678.
The favorite wife of Muhammad. She led an unsuccessful revolt against his successor, Ali.

Aisha

(ˈɑːiːˌʃɑː) or

Ayesha

n
(Biography) ?613–678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr

A•i•sha

(ˈɑ iˌʃɑ)

n.
A.D. 613?–678, favorite wife of Muhammad.
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Badria Suleiman from the NCP and A'isha Mohamed Ahmed from the Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) led by Mohamed Osman al-Merghani will hold the post for the first time in Sudan's history.
At twilight that evening, after our tour, we drive to the house of Muhammad's sister, A'isha, who bursts into tears of happiness when French and Ayoub appear.
20 stripped Shi'ite activist Yasser al-Habib and his family of their citizenship, accusing him of abusing Sayida A'isha, one of the wives of the Prophet Muhammad and the Prophet's male companions, and attempting to trigger sectarian tensions.
Martin Rynja's firm Gibson Square was due to publish The Jewel of Medina, which depicts the relationship between Mohammed and his child bride A'isha.
Arab women's writing in the modern age began with A'isha Al Taymuriya, Warda Al Yaziji, Zaynab Fawwaz, and other 19th century pioneers in Egypt and the Levant.
Regular lecture attendee Musa abu A'isha said Hamza often preached tolerance, peace and the need to treat women well.
The chief executive of BeoBooks bookstores, Aleksandar Jasic, said 'The Jewel of Medina' - a debut novel by US journalist Sherry Jones about the Prophet Mohammed's favourite wife A'isha - would be back on sale yesterday.
The novel traces the life of A'isha, one of Muhammad's wives.
Another sculpture in a cemetery was found in 2003 with Greek inscriptions (name of a man) As for Islamic writings the oldest one was found in 1991dating back to the Islamic year 70 Hijri during the Umayyad epoch; the writings reflect on A'isha, the wife of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Ali's opponents included Muhammad's widow A'isha, daughter of Abu-Bakr, whom he eventually defeated together with her supporters in a battle.