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Virtues of the Female Companions - May Allah be pleased with them - Umm 'Abdillah al-Wadiyyah

Virtues of the Female Companions - May Allah be pleased with them - Umm 'Abdillah al-Wadiyyah

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Virtues of the Female Companions
Umm ‘Abdillaah al-Waadi’iyyah
 
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 Virtues of the Female Companions&The Importance of Educating Women
 An excerpt from our publication
My Advice to the Women
By Umm ‘Abdillaah al-Waadi’iyyah
 
 
Virtues of the Female Companions
Umm ‘Abdillaah al-Waadi’iyyah
 
www.tarbiyyahpublishingonline.com
 
 All Rights Reserved®No part of this Publication from Tarbiyyah Publishing Online may be reproduced in any form, whether it is through electronic means, mechanical means or other than that. Again, no part of this publication may be changed by any means possible without the explicit written approval of Tarbiyyah Bookstore Publishing & Distribution and/or Tarbiyyah Publishing Online.First Edition: May 2008
 
Published by: Tarbiyyah BookstorePO Box 398075Dallas, Texas 75339United States of AmericaE-mail: orders@tarbiyyahpublishingonline.comPlease visit our site for free on-line publications: www.TarbiyyahPublishingOnline.com 
 
Virtues of the Female Companions
Umm ‘Abdillaah al-Waadi’iyyah
 
www.tarbiyyahpublishingonline.com
 
Muhammad told me that ‘Abdah told us upon the authority of Hishaam ibn ‘Urwah from hisfather who said that he heard ‘Abdullaah ibn Ja’far say that he heard ‘Alee
 
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say that he heard theMessenger of Allaah
 
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say:
»      .«
 
“The best of the women of her time was Maryam and the best of the women of her time wasKhadeejah.”
 
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 Ismaa’eel ibn Khaleel said that ‘Alee ibn Mushir informed us upon the authority of Hishaam fromhis father from ‘Aa’ishah
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 who said, “Haalah bint Khuwaylid (the sister of Khadeejah) soughtpermission to enter from the Messenger of Allaah
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. He would thereafter recall the way Khadeejah used to seek his permission and then become upset and then he would say, ‘
O Allaah...Haalah.’
This would make me jealous. I would then say, ‘Why do you remember an old womanfrom the old women of 
Quraysh
whose gums are red, while Allaah has replaced her with one whois better?’”
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It certainly deserves of our attention, O noble women, that we emulate this noble woman.Similarly, other noble women like ‘Aa’ishah
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also possessed many honorable characteristics tothe extent that some scholars give precedence to ‘Aa’ishah over Khadeejah. This is because of themany evidences that have been transmitted regarding her noble status and because she aided in thespread of knowledge, and was included in the people who have relayed the most propheticnarrations as the poet said:
          
 
         
 
There are seven companions who have narrated more than a thousand prophetic narrations from the chosen one from the tribe of    
Mudhar 
 , Aboo Hurayrah, Sa’d,  Jaabir, Anas, Siddeeqah,
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 Ibn ‘Abbaas as well as Ibn ‘Umar.” 
In addition, As-Suyootee mentioned her in another segment of poetry wherein he says:
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Saheeh al-Bukhaaree
[133/7],
Saheeh Muslim
[2430/4]
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Saheeh al-Bukhaaree
[134/7] Muslim also recorded this prophetic narration [1889/4] which contains a chain of narration that is connected to the Prophet 
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. Then he said, “Suwayd ibn Sa’eed told us that ‘Alee ibn Mushir told us(this narration),” with the remainder of the chain remaining the same.
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Translator’s Note:
This is a reference to the Mother of the Believers ‘Aa’ishah bint Abee Bakr as-Siddeeq.

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