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Aisha

, Ayesha
?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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The Premier returned to Bahrain yesterday after attending Shaikha Aisha's graduation ceremony.
Aisha's frustration stems from companies insisting that for the centre to receive CSR assistance, she needs to run the centre as an NGO.
Lawson, who had been Aisha's partner upon entering the house, has begun to see Aisha's unpleasant side.
Abu Aisha's mother took part in carrying her son's coffin, as her husband and other sons are currently being held in Israeli detention centers.
And that reference was enough for the police to act with alacrity in Aisha's case.
Aisha's own son, Omar, has disabilities, and she did extensive research into treatments and therapy for him.
Let's hope Aisha's work is recognised when the Achievement winners are announced.
According to the report, Aisha's appeal puts her in direct conflict with the terms of a deal she and her family members made with Algeria's government, promising not to make public statements at the risk of losing their status as humanitarian refugees.
Many of the rebels expressed anger at the opulence of Aisha's property, and a man who identified himself as Mohammed said it was 'only right' that the house now belonged to the Libyan people: "This is the property of the Libyan people.
Much of the western media blamed the Taliban for the brutal act, saying Aisha's husband was a Taliban member and he and his father had orchestrated the punishment.
Based on Jane Austen's classic novel Emma, the film is about Aisha's life and her friends.
After a week of fighting off her husband every night, Aisha's father was called.