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Did Aisha Commit Adultery (Zina) ?

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The propaganda of lying began from the time of the prophet Muhammad (sawa) against the shia, one of the lies that is used till today is that the Shia believe that Aisha the wife of the prophet Muhammad (sawa) commited zina or adultery. Now it's finally time to see from the shia books whether this is true or not ! 


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I don't know why this particular allegation of the sin of passion stands out so much to people. Personally I would much rather commit a billion zinas and burn in hell than be in her shoes, being responsible for the murder of 70 thousand sahabis in the battle of Jamal and for tearing apart the ummah into pieces forever. How can a zina hold a candle to all that? But okay, I guess its something too sentimental and cultural. (And probably the smoke and mirrors in this case are needed by the apologetics and the day dreamers of unity to peddle their faith a little farther).

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Muhammad (S) would normally take one of his wives with him when he (S) was travelling or taking part in Jihad. He (S) took Aisha with him in the war against Banil Mustaliq. The battle was complete and the Muslims stopped to rest on their way back to Madinah. Aisha had stepped out of her private area (hawdaj) to relieve herself. She was thirteen at the time and was light so the people who carried the hawdaj did not realize she had left it, so they continued to proceed to Madinah with her. Aisha had lost her necklace and traced her steps to find it, which led her back to the area where the Muslims had stopped to rest. When she got back she found everybody had left. She stayed there wrapping herself in her jilbab (outer garment) waiting for somebody to retrieve her. After some time Safwan Ibn Al-Mu'atill who was trying to reach the area spotted her. He had her mount the camel while he walked on foot leading the camel by rope back to Madinah. Muhammad (peace be upon her) was happy to see her back. This is when the hypocrites and Madinah started their slander and gossip. The slander started in the house of Abdullah Ibn Salool, the head of the hypocrites, that Aisha and Safwan had some sort of inappropriate relations with each other. This slander eventually reached Muhammad (S). Aisha was unaware of what was going on since she became sick upon returning for more than twenty days and stayed with her mother so she could take care of her. It was there that she found out the slander that hypocrites were spreading. Aisha spent the night crying asking Allah to prove her innocence. Muhammad (S) finally went to Abu Bakr's house. He (S) asked Aisha about the claims the hypocrites were saying. Emotions were high until Muhammad (S) received a revelation from Allah Ta'Alaa. "Celebrate O Aisha! Allah has revealed proof of your innocence!", said the Prophet (S). Muhammad (S) left for the masjid where he recited the verses proving Aisha's innocence. They are (what means): "Verily those who brought forth the slander are a group among you. Consider it not a bad thing for you. Unto every man among them will be paid that which he had earned of the sin, and as for him among them who had the greater share therein, his will be a great torment. Why then did not the believers, men and women, when you heard it, think good of their people and say, 'This is an obvious lie?' Why did they not produce four witnesses? Since they have not produced witnesses, then with Allah they are the liars. Had it not been for the Grace of Allah and His Mercy unto you in this world and the Hereafter, a great torment would have touched you for that which you had spoken. When you were propagating it with your tongues and uttering it with your mouths and that which you had no knowledge, you counted it a little thing, while with Allah it was very great. And why did you not when you heard it say, 'it is not right for us to speak of this. Glory be to You (Allah) this is a great lie'? Allah forbids you from it and warns you not to repeat the like of it forever if you are believers" (Surah Nur 24:11-17, up to 19) Aisha never uttered a bad word against those who slandered her. The Muslims realized her piety and had the utmost respect for her.

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