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


(ˈɑːiːˌʃɑː) or


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


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A.D. 613?–678, favorite wife of Muhammad.
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The index differentiates five bases each of prayer and scripture, six aspects of religious law, the role of Khadijah and A'ishah to the holy family, and the centrality of the hajj, Tawhid, Mecca, and Medina to the faithful but omits the Ka'bah and objections to translation.
I READ your article 'Reunited Mum and Grab Tot' with delight that little A'ishah Sabra had been returned to mum Leila.
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Zaha Children Center Choir, Bahrain Orchestra conducted by Dr Ahmad al-Jumayri, Angel Padilla Crespo- Harp- Mexico, Al-Dumari Play by Jollanar troupe from Syria, Gold Star Dance-Armenia, Aisi Folklore Group-Georgia, Molaya Popular Dance Group from Lebanon, Singer A'ishah al-Wa'd and Mahdi Abdo from Morocco.
Those companions of the Prophet who participated in the battles of Camel and A'ishah (the Prophet's widow) had also committed a grave sin.
A'ishah, a fifty-eight year old Syrian woman, clearly wanted to emphasize her fear of using Arabic:
30) A'ishah was the daughter of Muhammad's companion and one of the "four rightly guided" caliphs, Abu Bakr (573-634).