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Aishah Bint Abi Baker by Daud Abdullah
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Aishah Bint Abi Baker

by Daud Abdullah

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 996079217X, Paperback)

This brief but wonderful narrative describes the life and death of Aisha bint AbiBakr, the beloved wife of the Prophet Muhammad , peace be upon him, and daughter of his successor, AbiBakr alSiddiq. Author Dr. Daud Abdullah illustrates her background and childhood, her young marriage to the Prophet , peace be upon him, and her life in Arabia. He also describes the wealth of knowledge that she possessed and the how she greatly benefited the Muslim community. Anyone who reads this will undoubtedly be amazed at her inspiring life and good works.

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