Nabih Amin Faris; Aishah: The Beloved of Mohammed. By Nabia Abbott, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, the Oriental Institute, the University of Chicago. AISHAH, THE BELOVED OF MOHAMMED. By NABIA ABBOTT, pp. xi + , pi. 1, map. University of Chicago Press, $ 2. ANSAB AL-ASHRAF OF. The Paperback of the Aisha: the beloved of Mohammed: The Beloved of Mohammed by Nabia Abbott at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on.
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The text tells of how she lived several decades after Mohammed’s death and belovdd deeply involved in the political conflict and civil war that shaped the early Muslim state.
The sira of Ibn Ishaq edited by Ibn Hisham states that she was nine or ten years old at the consummation.
Certainly, Aishah did aisbah conform to any proscription against women in Islamic public life. Translated by Joel Carmichael and Moshe Perlmann. Archived from the original on Aishah was his favourite. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Hotma rated it it was amazing Mar 17, She lived for several mphammed after the Prophet’s death and was deeply involved in the turbulent political conflict that shaped the early Muslim nation. Aishah, the Beloved of Mohammed by Nabia Abbott.
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Don’t have an account? The majority of traditional hadith sources state that Aisha was married to Muhammad at the age of six or seven, but she stayed in her parents’ home until the mohammmed of nine, or ten according to Ibn Hisham when the marriage was consummated with Muhammad, then 53, in Medina.
In Abu Bakr fell sick and was unable to recover. As caliph, Abu Bakr was the first to set guidelines for the new position of authority. They accuse her of hating Ali and defying him during his caliphate in the Battle of the Camel, when she fought men from Ali’s army in Basra.
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Muhammad, saddened and upset, separated from his wives for a month. The caliphate took a turn for the worse when Egypt was governed by Abdullah ibn Saad. Journal of the Pakistan Historical Society.
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In the modern era, Aisha’s age at marriage has been a source of controversy and debate, and tje Muslims have attempted to revise the previously-accepted timeline of her life. Ali rallied supporters and fought Aisha’s forces near Basra in Archived from the original on 15 May Why holdest thou to be forbidden that which Allah has made lawful to thee? Due to this, Aisha’s political influence continues sishah impact those in Islam.
Privately, Aisha continued influencing those intertwined in the Islamic political sphere. Translated by Mary Jo Lakeland.
Wikiquote has quotations related to: When her forces captured Basra she ordered the execution of Muslims and 40 others, including Hakim ibn Jabala, who were put to death in the Grand Mosque of Basra. Although she retired to Medina, her forsaken efforts against the Rashidun Caliphate of Ali did not end the First Fitna. Soon after this event, Muhammad reported that he had received a revelation in which he was told that he could eat anything permitted by God.
Aishah, the Beloved of Mohammed
Claudia Minardi rated it really liked it Jan 23, Muhamad Masrur added it Apr 21, This was of great importance to those who supported Aisha’s position in the debate of the succession to Muhammad.
Women and the Transmission of Religious Knowledge in Islam. Ana Neves rated it it was amazing Feb 10, Women and Gender in Islam: Women in Islam and the Middle East: One relates that when a companion asked Muhammad, “who is the person you love most in the world?
Aisha’s marriage has given her significance among many within Islamic culture, becoming known as the most learned woman of her time. This single location in Victoria: State Library of NSW. Tania marked it as to-read Jun 07, None of your libraries hold this item.