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Women's Admonishment of Leaders

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    The condemnation `A'isha made of Ziyad when he stripped himself after sending his sacrifice:

    News Reached `A'isha that Ziyad ibn Abu Sufyan (the appointed governor of Basrah and Kufah) slaughtered his sacrificial animal and stripped himself of the clothes he had worn, and so she condemned him.

    Imam Abu Ya`la related on the authority of `Urwa on the authority of `A'isha that she said, I used to plait the garlands of the sacrificial animal of the Messenger of Allah salAllahu `alayhi wa sallam then he would send them while staying with us, and would not prohibit himself from anything that a pilgrim would be prohibited from.'

    News reaches us that Ziyad had sent his sacrificial animal and taken his clothes off so she said, "Did he have his own Ka`bahto perform tawaf around when he put on the clothes? Surely we never knew anyone whose clothes had become prohibited for him, and were then made permissable until he had performed tawaf around the Ka`bah!"



    Among the things we find in `A'isha's admonishment of Ziyad ibn Sufyan:

    1. She based her admonishment upon the action of the Noble Prophet salAllahu `alayhi wa sallam

    2. She used a scolding approach in her admonishment of him because of surprise at his action.

    More to come, insha'Allah

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    [1] Musnad Abu Ya`la, Musnad `A'isha No. 38 (4394), 7/357,358
    The Muhaqqiq of the book said, 'Its chain is authentic.' (Hamish al-Musnad 7/358)

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