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The attitudes of historians and scholars towards women's contribution to the scholarly field of Islamic knowledge range between recognition and denial. In view of a number of publications on this issue, major attitudes can be classified as follows: An attitude that recognizes the importance of women Islamic scholars (alimat) starting with Aisha, the Prophet's own wife, who was considered a main source of the Prophet's sayings or Hadith (the record of the Prophet's sayings and deeds), anddoi:10.32380/alrj.v0i0.1753 fatcat:mg5otxnbevb2tdvgydfkt4uaf4