Author: Resit Haylamaz

Publisher: Tughra Books

ISBN: 1597846554

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 220

View: 7625

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.


Author: Uttara Desai

Publisher: The Little Booktique Hub


Category: Fiction

Page: 111

View: 7566

She leaves her city-life, makes mountains her home, experiences the various colors of life, unveils a fact, makes a decision and welcomes aliveness; forever. She is in search of expression, happiness and calmness. Will she ever find them? Join Aisha as she journeys through love, joy and sorrow. You may discover some secrets of life. Or will you end up living life?

The Aisha Prophecy

Author: John R. Maxim,R. Maxim John R. Maxim

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 1440155348

Category: Fiction

Page: 618

View: 682

Elizabeth Stride, the notorious Black Angel, had hoped to live quietly at last; no more killing, no more being hunted. She now had a family to think of. She had four young girls whom she'd sworn to protect. Especially Aisha, beautiful Aisha, whom she'd come to think of as a daughter. Add to this a mixed blessing; Martin Kessler was back with her. For two years, he'd allowed her to think he was dead. He had his reasons, but, still, she found it hard to forgive him. She would try very hard not to let herself love him. A good man, true, but almost gleefully reckless and every bit as lethal as she was. All seemed well until the prophecy appeared; it was everywhere; in every language; all over the Internet. It foretold the coming, now, today, of what some called a Muslim Joan of Arc. Aisha, the youngest wife of Mohammed, had been reborn, "to show men how they had fallen into error." A fiery angel had come with her, to guide and protect her. Aisha and Qaila. Aisha and the Black Angel. She couldn't know that some had already decided that the two might be one and the same. It was heresy, they said. They must be found. They must be killed. All this talk of the prophecy would die with them. "Maxim, who's been writing top-grade thrillers for more than two decades, continues to be one of the form's best kept secrets." -Publishers Weekly "Top drawer entertainment." -Kirkus Reviews "Maxim constructs a complex plot, juggles numerous characters, and pulls it all off with a cinematic breathless pace." -Library Journal "Maxim's super-smart novels simply can't be put down." -Booklist

Aisha & the White Angel

Author: Shuaib Jakande Abdulateef

Publisher: Exceller Books

ISBN: 8194566525

Category: Fiction

Page: 30

View: 345

'Aisha and the White Angel' is a book that integrates insights regarding the social and emotional characteristics of gifted minds. In the book, Aisha was a famous figure and the star of the best-selling kids book at the time. At a point, Aisha celebrity life became difficult for her to cope with, and a method of double identity was devised for her to live like a normal kid. When she realized someone else had claimed her celebrity life, she then realized how much she loved, and how much she needed it. And the only option available for her was for her to fight a race she may never win. The loss of this race was capable of destroying Aisha and all that she and her family possessed.

AISHA - A Tale of Retribution

Author: Ian Tremblay

Publisher: Ian Tremblay

ISBN: 0993630723

Category: Fiction

Page: 109

View: 3170 AISHA - A Tale of Retribution is a story about poverty and beauty, opulence and misogyny, abuse and revenge, and of an unexpected form of triumph. Aisha Sayuno is a bright and strikingly beautiful young girl whose only crime in life is to have been born poor in a country where poverty is rampant, and into a family of five girls. When she is not quite fourteen her father dies suddenly in a tragic working accident and from that moment on, she and her mother and sisters’ situation goes from dire to desperate. The money Aisha’s mother makes working in a clothing factory is insufficient to take care of her and the five girls, and she quickly becomes frantic, and in their part of the world; frantic widows attract wicked predators of the worst kind, and those whose savage business it is, to trade in human misery. A man introduced to her by a co-worker, offers Aisha’s mother money in exchange for the promise that when she is older, Aisha would be sent off to receive a religious education in the country and under the protection of Prince Abdul Khalid Mohamed Al-Turki, a distant and pious benefactor of young women from needy families. Aisha’s mother reluctantly agrees although she has grave apprehensions and because she desperately needs the money that is offered. A few years later Aisha is sent off on her journey and she discovers a society, dominated by wealth and power and abuse and violence. She is shocked to the core by what she witnesses and must endure and then one day something inside of her snaps and then, all hell breaks loose.

Aisha the Sapphire Treasure Dragon (Dragon Girls #5)

Author: Maddy Mara

Publisher: Scholastic Inc.

ISBN: 1338743600

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 78

View: 9446

A super collectible series that celebrates the inner fire of everyday girls! Mei, Aisha, and Quinn are Treasure Dragon Girls. They draw on the power of precious gems to transform into mighty dragons. Tasked with keeping the the Magic Forest safe from harm, the Treasure Dragon Grls must come together as a team, embrace their clawsome new abilities, and save the day. The Shadow Sprites have stolen the Heartstring Violin. Aisha must harness the power of sapphires to rescue the violin, and return it to its rightful home in the Magic Forest's secret vault.

Aisha al-Ba'uniyya

Author: Th. Emil Homerin

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 178607611X

Category: Religion

Page: 192

View: 1974

Aisha al-Ba‘uniyya (c.1456–1517) was one of the greatest women mystics in Islamic history. A Sufi master and an Arab poet, her religious writings were extensive by any standard and extraordinary for her time. In medieval Islam a number of women were respected scholars and teachers, but they rarely composed works of their own. Aisha al-Ba‘uniyya, however, was prolific. She composed over twenty works, and likely wrote more Arabic prose and poetry than any other Muslim woman prior to the twentieth century. The first full-scale biography of al-Ba‘uniyya in the English language, this volume provides a rare glimpse into the life and writings of a medieval Muslim woman in her own words. Homerin presents her work in the wider context of late-medieval Islamic spirituality, examining the influence of figures such as Ibn al-‘Arabi, al-Busiri and Ibn al-Farid, and emphasising the role of the person of the Prophet Muhammad in her spirituality. Aisha al-Ba‘uniyya is a fascinating introduction to a figure described by a sixteenth-century biographer as ‘one of the marvels of her age’.

Aisha Siddiqa (Goodword)

Author: Nafees Khan

Publisher: Goodword Books



Page: 49

View: 8695

Aisha (ra), the wife of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), was an extraordinary human being. She was highly learned and is considered to be one of the foremost scholars of the early Islamic period. She recorded the life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and, being a brilliant scholar and an excellent teacher, she explained it with intelligence and insight. Aisha (ra) narrated about 2200 ahadith, which is an amazing achievement for anyone. After the death of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), Aisha (ra) devoted most of her time to the propagation of Islam, making every effort to spread its message by teaching its tenets. She also took an active part in educational and social reforms. Aisha (ra) is undoubtedly an exemplary figure in the history of Islam and is an inspiration to all.

Aisha and Silver

Author: Julie Sykes

Publisher: Nosy Crow

ISBN: 1788009304

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 112

View: 1272

When your best friend is a unicorn, magical adventures are guaranteed! Imagine a school where you meet your own unicorn and have amazing adventures together! That's what happens for the girls at Unicorn Academy on beautiful Unicorn Island. Aisha and her friendly unicorn, Silver, are having lots of fun at Unicorn Academy, but Aisha keeps getting distracted and Silver just wants to play! Huge hailstorms are putting the school in danger, and it looks like bad magic might be involved. Suddenly Aisha and Silver are in a race against time to stop the storms and save their school from a mysterious villain. With a glittery cover and beautifully illustrated throughout by Lucy Truman, Unicorn Academy is the perfect series for 7+ readers who love magic and adventure. Check out the other titles in this series: Lily and Feather, Phoebe and Shimmer, Zara and Moonbeam and many more!

Tinkle Specials: Happy Birthday, Aisha!

Author: Multiple Authors

Publisher: Amar Chitra Katha


Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 35

View: 6067

It's Aisha's Birthday! Celebrate her Birthday this year with this selected mini collection. Reporters Sonny and Maya are bent on exposing the SuperWeirdos! Eek! Will Aisha be able to protect their best kept secret in SuperWeirdos: Zap Clap? Read these stories and many more.