ʿĀʾishah: The ʿĀlimah, the Dāʿiyah
Abū Ḥakīm Bilāl Davis delivers a lecture rich in aḥādīth and fruitful narrations concerning the ʿĀlimah (Scholar) and Dāʿiyah (Caller to Islām); Umm al-Muʿminīn, ʿĀʾishah (raḍi Allāhu ʿanha). “A fine example for the one who wishes to emulate righteous women.”
A lecture from the seminar in Philadelphia/New Jersey (2002). One of the duʿāʾʾʾt from England, Abū Ḥakīm Bilāl Davis delivers a lecture rich in aḥādīth and fruitful narrations concerning the ‘Āllimah (Scholar) and Daa’iyah (Caller to Islām); Ummul-Mu'mineen, ‘Aa’ishah (raḍī Allāhu ʿanhā). A fine example for the Muslim woman who wishes to emulate the Sunnah. Abū Ḥakīm demonstrates the actualisation of the Sunnah at the hands of 'The Mother of the Believers’. Several examples form the life of the noble companion and wife of the Messenger (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) are brought forth in order to demonstrate clinging to the Sunnah.
The Prophet (ṣallallāhu ʿalayhi wa-sallam) said, “Verily rifq (gentleness) does not exist in something, except that it beautifies it. And it is not taken out of something, except that it harms it.” 
 Related by Muslim (no. 2592) and Abū Dāwūd (no. 4809).
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