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The Aisha Prophecy

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Submitted by Mike Ramirez (United States), Jun 19, 2007 at 19:56

Aisha' was Muhammad's youngest and most favorite wife. She is revered by Muslims as the "mother of all believers" as mentioned in the Hadith -sayings of Muhammad, i.e., Sahih Muslim book, 033, Number 6436

Muhammad also claimed that he would be the "first person to be resurrected" (Sahih Bukhari: Vol. 9, Book 93, No. 524) perhaps this is where the Islamic prophecy of Aisha's "return" is derived from.

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