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      Our Mother Ayesha
      By Abu Muawiyah Ismail Kamdar


      Amr Ibn Al-Aas once asked the prophet (peace be upon him) who he loved the most in this world, the prophet (peace be upon him) replied, “Ayesha,” he then asked about the men and the prophet (peace be upon him) replied, “Her father,”

      This song is dedicated to Ayesha, the daughter of Abu Bakr, our mother and one of the first women to benefit from the Islamic liberation. May Allah be pleased with her!

      The prophet once had a dream
      In which Ayesha’s face he had seen, behind a bridal screen
      And so that day, he embraced his destiny
      And the rest is now part of our beautiful history

      She was young and keen, ready to learn and grow
      As she grew, her wisdom and greatness would begin to show
      She would become a great scholar who feared Allah
      And she taught this Ummah the Quran and Sunnah

      Oh Ayesha, my mother, May Allah be pleased with her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, we should all follow her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a role model for us all
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a hero standing tall

      She would face many tests but Allah was always with her
      Like when the hypocrites launched a scandal against her
      Her world seemed to crumbling down around her
      But she knew that Allah would never desert her

      She held tight to her faith in Allah
      Until He revealed verses to defend her
      Such is the honour bestowed upon Ayesha
      Our mother, protected and defended by Allah

      Oh Ayesha, my mother, May Allah be pleased with her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, we should all follow her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a role model for us all
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a hero standing tall

      When the prophet was passing away
      It was in her house that he chose to stay
      It was in her lap that he breathed his last
      He is still buried there although so much time has past



      She was the daughter of the first Caliph of Islam
      And the wife of the greatest prophet of them all
      She was given the title As-Siddiqah
      And is honoured in the Kitabullah

      Oh Ayesha, my mother, May Allah be pleased with her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, we should all follow her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a role model for us all
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a hero standing tall

      There came a time when she would face fitnah
      Uthman had been killed and the murderers were not far
      She decided to confront them leading a huge army
      But through a misunderstanding, her army fought Ali

      Yet showing the true spirit of Imaan and unity
      They reconciled and signed a peace treaty
      Ali was a real man and honoured his and our mother
      And showed us how to behave as a true Muslim brother

      Oh Ayesha, my mother, May Allah be pleased with her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, we should all follow her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a role model for us all
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a hero standing tall

      So many stories to tell about this great woman
      In the days when other nations mistreated and oppressed women
      She was racing, playing with her dolls and enjoying her youthful days
      Yet at the same time learning and growing to become a leader in Allah’s way

      What more can we say that has not been said before
      She is known as Siddiqa, Humairah, and by many more
      Her titles and names show her high status in our Deen for all to see
      Just read how many Hadith she narrated for you and me

      Sahabah would gather to learn from her everyday
      For they recognized she had the knowledge to lead the way
      So we owe it to her to study her history
      And follow in her footsteps and join her legacy

      Oh Ayesha, my mother, May Allah be pleased with her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, we should all follow her
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a role model for us all
      Oh Ayesha, our mother, a hero standing tall

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      very nice (as long as there is no addition )