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Aisha

, Ayesha
?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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He said Aisha's expulsion was an affront to women's rights.
"Our contractors have visited Aisha's property a number of times in the last year in response to call-outs and have been back there again this week to try and resolve this issue for the long-term."
Sporting two necklaces, Aisha's jewellery was a mixture of silver and gold polki (one of my personal favourites).
We have come a long way from when the doctors first called him 'useless' after the seizures." Aisha's frustration stems from companies insisting that for the centre to receive CSR assistance, she needs to run the centre as an NGO.
As heart-wrenching as it is heartwarming, Carson and Aisha's journey isn't so much about finding Carson's grandfather as it is about finding peace within themselves and forgiving the mistakes of others.
But the language barrier can also be a barrier to making their lives better." er." er Aisha's life has improved too simply by helping other people from her own community.
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.