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
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About the Author:
Sr. Nafees Khan is a graduate of Aligarh Muslim University in India and a retired member of The Ontario College of Teachers in Canada. Her career spans over thirty years as an elementary school teacher. Sr. Nafees has been an active member of the Muslim community in Canada since 1967. Her dedication to the Muslim Community and her love of teaching lead to her key role in the establishment of two prominent schools in Toronto: Islamic Foundation and Al Falah. Sr. Nafees served as Principal at both of these schools as well. Her other books are A to Z of Akhlaaq, Allah’s Zoo, Basic Duas for Children, Prophet of Peace and The Traveller from the Heavens.