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Nabih Amin Faris; Aishah: The Beloved of Mohammed. By Nabia Abbott, Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies, the Oriental Institute, the University of Chicago. AISHAH, THE BELOVED OF MOHAMMED. By NABIA ABBOTT, pp. xi + , pi. 1, map. University of Chicago Press, $ 2. ANSAB AL-ASHRAF OF. The Paperback of the Aisha: the beloved of Mohammed: The Beloved of Mohammed by Nabia Abbott at Barnes & Noble. FREE Shipping on.

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