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Aisha

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?613--678 ad, the favourite wife of Mohammed; daughter of Abu Bekr
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Later a court ruled Aysha could have the treatment in Prague - he is now cancer free.
Later, a court ruled Aysha could have the treatment in Prague - he is now cancer-free.
His wife Aysha Siddika Minni appeared to be trying to protect him during the broad daylight attack caught on surveillance camera.
Al-Hamar briefed the minister about the rehabilitation programmes and curricular provided by the Aysha Early Intervention Centre for students with Down syndrome, delayed speech, learning difficulties, and autism spectrum disorders, noting that the curricular are aimed at addressing the basic aspects of the children's personality, developing their skills, modifying their behaviour and treating learning difficulties.
On noticing foul smell, he alerted the police which later found decomposed bodies of Aysha and her daughter.
However, it was found that [SC] did not receive any jail petition on his behalf,' says Aysha Tasneem, who is pursuing jail petitions on behalf of convicted persons in the apex court for the last couple of years.
Women's Crisis Care International (WCCI) has completed its eighth volunteer crisis advocate training, thanks to the substantial and generous support of Yusif and Aysha Almoayyed Charity Foundation.
Aysha. Aysha struck five boundaries and two sixes and was the highest scorer.
Khartoum, Oct.25 (SUNA) -- The Deputy Speaker of the National Assembly, Aysha Mohammed Saleh has affirmed the the decelopment of the health sector.
TERROR victim Aysha Frade walks along Westminster Bridge texting on her phone just seconds before she was hit and killed by driver Khalid Masood.
Shaoib Shaikh's wife Aysha Shoaib among three accused have been acquitted in the case.
Aysha-Official Facebook Page CAIRO -- 1 April 2018: "Art has a great healing impact, and the play 'Aysha' could reflect the suffering of people with anxiety attacks and what they cannot speak up or express," said director and actor Dalia Kholeif, who told a highly personal tale of pain in the show presented at D-CAF on March 24 and 26.