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The venerated Ayesha

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Submitted by Kamal Krazie (Canada), Jul 13, 2007 at 03:49

Syed allow me to enlighten you on some of the peculiarities of the almost 2260 hadiths from ‘Hazrat Ayesha ‘ as related to the daily routines of Mho.. The most interesting and I dare say valuable hadith was..... how to properly remove, with her fingernails, the dried semen from Mho's garments!!!!!!!

After Mho's death, and probably out of sexual frustration, she evolved into the ‘warrior princess'. At the ‘battle of the camel' (battle of Basra) your sweet Ayesha, riding bare-back on a camel, led an army of Mho's companions to take revenge on Caliph Uthman's assassination and to destroy the Caliphate of Ali. Sweet Ayesha single handedly, with that battle, created Islam's greatest rift... the Sunni-Shi'ite hatred, an abject hatred that shed's blood to this day. ...


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