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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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The Central Bank of Nigeria's (CBN) Anchor Borrowers Programme (ABP) is targeting 100,000 cotton farmers this year, Hajiya A'isha Abubakar, Nigeria's Minister of State for Industry, Trade, and Investment, conveyed to a stakeholders' forum in Zaria in Kaduna state on good cottonseed production.
(1) This incident came upon the heels of another recorded mubahala between the Egyptian Shi'i cleric Hasan Shihata and the Kuwaiti Sunni cleric Bumishari over the former's insults of 'A'isha, Prophet Muhammad's wife, which surfaced on YouTube.
A'isha Madawaki urged security agencies to remain vigilant in ensuring the success of the re-run.
When the Prophet died, A'isha (the Prophet's wife) asked Fatima what made her cry and then laugh when on the Prophet bedside.
A'isha, radhiallahu 'anha, reported: "He (the Prophet), ordered us to build the masjids in residential areas; to build them well and purify them." (Related by Abu Dawud).
Yasir, 'A'isha's lifelong shunning of Hafsa (after the demise of the Prophet--upon him and his family blessings and peace), and Tawus's lifelong shunning of Wahb b.
(2014) 'Following in the steps of 'A'isha: Hassaniyya-speaking TijanI women as spiritual guides (muqaddamat) and teaching Islamic scholars (limrabut at) in Mauritania', Islamic Africa 5 (2): 225-73.
The professor, journalist, and writer Bint al-Shati' ('A'isha 'Abd al-Rahman, 1913 - 1998) opens the story.
Today's ceremony was attended by supervisor of Sheikh Ali Sabah Al-Nasser Al-Sabah Waqf, Sheikha Mariam Al-Sabah, and Sheikha A'isha Mubarak Sabah Al-Nasser Al-Sabah, and a representative from the Kuwaiti embassy in Indonesia Faisal Al-Jairan.
As a single mother, she is accused of loose morals and, implicitly, of adultery; such an admonition against popular slander, backbiting, and potentially false testimony is recurrent in the Qur'an and heralds the defense of slandered chaste women, as, for example, in the case of A'isha (pbuh), the wife of Muhammad (pbuh), when she was subjected to slander after having been left behind in the desert.