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Aisha : the wife, the companion, the scholar

Author: Reşit Haylamaz
Publisher: Clifton, N.J. : Tughra Books, ©2012.
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This book portrays one of the most significant personalities in the history of Islam. Taking the misunderstandings and defamation about her into consideration, Aisha needs to be understood correctly. This study by Dr Resit Haylamaz, an expert on the life of the Prophet and his leading Companions, reflects her life in various aspects based on reliable reports. The book clarifies her critical role at establishing the  Read more...
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Named Person: ʻĀʼishah; Muḥammad, Prophet; ʻĀʼishah; Muḥammad, Prophet
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Reşit Haylamaz
ISBN: 9781597842662 1597842664
OCLC Number: 759173249
Description: viii, 224 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Betrothal --
Mecca memoirs --
The marriage offer --
First stop --
Second address --
The advice given to Umm Ruman --
The holy migration --
Hijrah --
The Medina pestilence --
The marriage --
Her father's attitude after the wedding --
The physical conditions of Aisha's house --
Enduring austerity --
Women's representative --
Her love for the messenger of God --
The prophet's love --
The real reason for this love --
Aisha inside the home --
Entertainment --
Competition --
Request for a new name --
Sensitivity --
Her worship --
Her asceticism and humility --
Her generosity --
Her attention to Hijrah --
Guiding others and conveying the message --
Aisha's attendance to military campaigns --
Performing ablution with sand or earth --
The slander --
The sickness of Aisha --
The companions' reaction and belief --
The good news --
The wives of God's messenger and Aisha --
The prohibition (Tahrim) --
Aisha and Fatima --
The last days with the messenger of God --
The era of the four rightly guided caliphs and Muawiya --
The caliphate of Abu Bakr --
The caliphate of Umar --
The caliphate of Uthman --
The caliphate of Ali --
Muslims' test with their brothers : the battle of the camel --
The caliphate of Muawiya --
Aisha and knowledge.
Other Titles: Hazreti Aişe (r.a), mü'minlerin en mümtaz annesi.
Responsibility: Reşit Haylamaz.
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This book portrays one of the most significant personalities in the history of Islam. Taking the misunderstandings and defamation about her into consideration, Aisha needs to be understood correctly. This study by Dr Resit Haylamaz, an expert on the life of the Prophet and his leading Companions, reflects her life in various aspects based on reliable reports. The book clarifies her critical role at establishing the Islamic teaching, with particular reference to her role in the transmission of private matters concerning women and marital relations, as well as recording the authentic sayings of the Prophet. As her sensitivity at practicing religion is related in a rich variety of examples, much disputed issues like her marriage age and her stance about Ali ibn Abi Talib are covered as separate topics.

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