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Aisha

, Ayesha
?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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More than two weeks earlier, Habib made disparaging remarks against A'isha, triggering sectarian tension which prompted the government to ban all public gatherings on Sept.
The Prophet invited his wife A'isha to watch the dance, took her into the crowd, and lifted her over his back, so that she could watch them clearly as she eagerly leaned forward, her cheek pressing against his.
A'isha Nahim, aged 15, of Stoney Stanton Road, said she had been a victim of racial aggravation.
Pupils (from left) A'isha Nahim, Stephanie Crowder-Johnson and Charlotte Norcliffe with police officers Paul Mercer and Debbie Burton at the anti-bullying workshop at Tile Hill Wood School.
Subsequent efforts ensued in 1971, due in part to efforts by the Minister of Social Affairs (c) A'isha Ratib.
The curries are named A'isha after her daughter who is six years old and she successfully launched them at the recent European Ethnic Food Show at the NEC.
A'isha Ajayi, Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, N.
29) See Sayeh & Morse, supra note 4, at 322-23 (offering the example of A'isha, the wife of Muhammad (P.
Ali's opponents included Mohammed's widow A'isha, daughter of Abu Bakr, whom he eventually defeated together with her supporters in a battle.
Orthodox Jewish women have a history of judges and prophetesses and matriarchs; Hindu women a history of goddesses; Muslim women have A'isha, the Prophet's wife, as a model as well as a history of the most economic equity for women of all the world's religions; and Christian women the image of Jesus and the women disciples who supported his ministry and began its first churches.