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Aisha

, Ayesha
?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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(3) 'Ndey' means mother, suggesting that she is named after a parent's mother, while 'Aida' is one Wolof variation of the Arabic name 'A'isha, from which 'Astou' also derives.
'A'isha said: How good are the women of Ansar (helpers) that their shyness does not prevent them from learning religion.
Empirical treatment for pediatric urinary tract infection and resistance patterns of uropathogens, in Queen Alia Hospital and Prince A'isha Military Center, Jordan.
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.
(1) This group included: Abu 'Ubayda al-Lubnani, Abu al-Muhannad al-Urduni, Abu Jarir al-Shimali (Abu Tha'ir), Abu al-Huda al-Sudani, 'Abd-al-'Aziz al-Maqdisi, 'Abdullah al-Banjabi, Abu Younis al-Kurdim, Abu 'A'isha al-Qurtubi, and Abu Mus'ab al-Tadamuni, March 2014, CTC Library.
While her name in proper Arabic is footnoted by the author as 'A'isha Muhammad, it is articulated by the narrator as "Asha Hammad." The narrator's pronunciation reflects the difficulty of producing the pharyngeal Arabic sounds of 'ayn and ha ' for a person who does not speak Arabic as a first language.
Al-Junayed (R) said, "If two became brothers for God's sake, and one of them is uncomfortable or embarrassed with his fellow, there must be a fault in one of them." A'isha (RA) said, "The believer is brother to the believer.
Shumasa who said: A'isha (raa) said: I heard from the Messenger of Allah (may peace be upon him).
As for abstaining from amassing wealth, this way is also permissible because of the narration (hadith) of 'A'isha from the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless and give him peace, "If there were for the progeny of Adam two dales (wadiyan) of gold, he would wish to (add to) that a third one, and the belly of Adam's progeny will not be filled up except by dirt (al-turab); and Allah relents to those who repent." (59) It was said (by some), that this (hadith) was among what was recited in the Qur'an in the chapter of Yunus (Jonah), during the second or third bowing (of the prayer, al-ruku'), then its recitation was abrogated (intasakhat tilawatahu) and (only) the narration remained (baqiyat riwayatahu).
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.
Other anecdotes emphasize her strong and challenging personality: she is reported to have met and even tangled with the Prophet's wife 'A'isha. When 'A'isha met al-Khansa' and requested that she remove her coarse-haired mourning garb--newly forbidden after the coming of Islam--al-Khansa' refused to do so out of grief for her brother, Sakhr, for whom she was in mourning.
Request of best offers and proposals in public auctions to sell four land lots suitable to implement animal production projects on them including (a) 5,000 M2 land at A'isha Abdel Rahaman Village in El Farafra, (b) other 5,000 M2 land at the same Village, (c) 4,000 M2 land at Ezab Al Kasr Village in El Dakhla and (d) 1,800 M2 land in El Kharga.