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Aishah not only acquire great knowledge but also took part in education &social reformation.  Her power of speech described by al-Ahnaf who said: "I have heard speeches of Abu Bakr & Umar, Uthman & Ali & the Khulafa (rulers) up to this day, but I have not heard speech more persuasive & more beautiful from the mouth of any person than from the mouth of `A'ishah."

Aishah not only acquire great knowledge but also took part in education &social reformation. Her power of speech described by al-Ahnaf who said: "I have heard speeches of Abu Bakr & Umar, Uthman & Ali & the Khulafa (rulers) up to this day, but I have not heard speech more persuasive & more beautiful from the mouth of any person than from the mouth of `A'ishah."

"It is He who forms you in the wombs however He wills. There is no deity except Him, the Exalted in Might, the Wise." (Q3:6)  The Prophet (s.a.w) said: “If it is decided that Allāh will make a child be born, He will make him in whatever shape he likes.”

"It is He who forms you in the wombs however He wills. There is no deity except Him, the Exalted in Might, the Wise." (Q3:6) The Prophet (s.a.w) said: “If it is decided that Allāh will make a child be born, He will make him in whatever shape he likes.”

The Prophet (s.a.w) said: "One who goes to the market & buys something & brings it home for his wife & children is similar to one who supports the needy. It is better to give a priority to daughters in gifts."

The Prophet (s.a.w) said: "One who goes to the market & buys something & brings it home for his wife & children is similar to one who supports the needy. It is better to give a priority to daughters in gifts."

Imam Sadiq said: "One who wished for the death of his daughter will be admitted to God's presence in the Hereafter as a rebellious person."

Imam Sadiq said: "One who wished for the death of his daughter will be admitted to God's presence in the Hereafter as a rebellious person."

Aisha (r.a.a) was born in 614 C. E. till 678 C.E. A'ishah lived almost 50 years long after the demise of the holy Prophet {s.a.w} & as long as Aisha’s lives, she was the source of knowledge & wisdom for both women & men. Abu Musa once said, "Whenever a report appeared doubtful to us, the Companions of the Prophet, & we asked Aisha about it, we always learned something from her about it."

Aisha (r.a.a) was born in 614 C. E. till 678 C.E. A'ishah lived almost 50 years long after the demise of the holy Prophet {s.a.w} & as long as Aisha’s lives, she was the source of knowledge & wisdom for both women & men. Abu Musa once said, "Whenever a report appeared doubtful to us, the Companions of the Prophet, & we asked Aisha about it, we always learned something from her about it."

Musa ibn Talha once said, "I have not seen anyone more eloquent than 'A'isha." 'A'isha (may Allah be pleased with her) so full of wisdom & knowledge that one of her contemporaries said that if the knowledge of 'A'isha were placed on one side of a scale with that of all other women on the other side, 'A'isha's would outweigh the other. She used to sit with other women and teach the knowledge she had gained from the Prophet {s.a.w}.

Musa ibn Talha once said, "I have not seen anyone more eloquent than 'A'isha." 'A'isha (may Allah be pleased with her) so full of wisdom & knowledge that one of her contemporaries said that if the knowledge of 'A'isha were placed on one side of a scale with that of all other women on the other side, 'A'isha's would outweigh the other. She used to sit with other women and teach the knowledge she had gained from the Prophet {s.a.w}.

Aishah (r.a)related "A woman by the name of Jameelah came to me with her two daughters. She asked me for charity but found nothing with me except a date, which I gave her. She divided it between her two daughters & ate nothing herself; then, she got up and left. After this, the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) came, so I narrated this story to him; he (s.a.w) said:“He who is involved (in the responsibility) of (nurturing) daughters & is generous to them, will have them as a fortification...

Aishah (r.a)related "A woman by the name of Jameelah came to me with her two daughters. She asked me for charity but found nothing with me except a date, which I gave her. She divided it between her two daughters & ate nothing herself; then, she got up and left. After this, the Messenger of Allah (s.a.w) came, so I narrated this story to him; he (s.a.w) said:“He who is involved (in the responsibility) of (nurturing) daughters & is generous to them, will have them as a fortification...

HW2}  Ali (r.a) reported: The Prophet (pbuh) sent an army &appointed some men as their commander. The man made a fire &said, “Enter it.” Some of them intended to enter, but others said, “We have run from the Hellfire.” They mentioned this to the Prophet (pbuh) & so the Prophet said to the people who intended to enter, “If you had entered it, you would have never come out until the Day of Resurrection."

HW2} Ali (r.a) reported: The Prophet (pbuh) sent an army &appointed some men as their commander. The man made a fire &said, “Enter it.” Some of them intended to enter, but others said, “We have run from the Hellfire.” They mentioned this to the Prophet (pbuh) & so the Prophet said to the people who intended to enter, “If you had entered it, you would have never come out until the Day of Resurrection."

iwm8)  1st human being ever to enter Paradise was father of mankind, Adam (as),"O Aadam! Dwell U & your wife in the Garden & enjoy as you wish, but approach not this tree or you run into harm & transgression (Q7:19)

iwm8) 1st human being ever to enter Paradise was father of mankind, Adam (as),"O Aadam! Dwell U & your wife in the Garden & enjoy as you wish, but approach not this tree or you run into harm & transgression (Q7:19)

PW5}  Aisha (r.a) reported: "I never felt so jealous about any woman as I did for Khadija, although she had died three years before I married the Prophet (pbuh). That was because I heard him mentioning her so often and because his Lord has ordered him to give her glad tidings that she would have a palace in Paradise made of reeds; &also because the Prophet (pbuh) would slaughter a sheep &distribute its meat among her friends."

PW5} Aisha (r.a) reported: "I never felt so jealous about any woman as I did for Khadija, although she had died three years before I married the Prophet (pbuh). That was because I heard him mentioning her so often and because his Lord has ordered him to give her glad tidings that she would have a palace in Paradise made of reeds; &also because the Prophet (pbuh) would slaughter a sheep &distribute its meat among her friends."

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