The story of accusation of adultery levied against Aisha can be traced to sura (chapter) An-Nur of the Qur'an . As the story goes, Aisha left her howdah in order to search for a missing necklace. Her slaves mounted the howdah and prepared it for travel without noticing any difference in weight without Aisha's presence. Hence the caravan accidentally departed without her. She remained at the camp until the next morning, when Safwan ibn al-Mu‘attal , a nomad and member of Muhammad's army, found her and brought her back to Muhammad at the army's next camp. Rumours that Aisha and Safwan had committed adultery were spread, particularly by Abd-Allah ibn Ubayy , Hassan ibn Thabit , Mistah ibn Uthatha and Hammanah bint Jahsh (sister of Zaynab bint Jahsh , another of Muhammad's wives). Usama ibn Zayd , son of Zayd ibn Harithah , defended Aisha's reputation; while Ali ibn Abi Talib advised "Women are plentiful, and you can easily change one for another." Muhammad came to speak directly with Aisha about the rumours. He was still sitting in her house when he announced that he had received a revelation from God confirming Aisha's innocence. Surah 24 details the Islamic laws and punishment regarding adultery and slander. Aisha's accusers were subjected to punishments of 80 lashes. 
the 4th "Millennium"Book was quite interesting, thrilling ... but not so good as the first three books. There were places where so called "look into the future/ predictions" were written - it was too revealing, stealing the whole excitement from not-knowing what's going on at first sight. and at the end coming on herself to ... unbelievable, not typical for her... but maybe people change... maybe 's changing (as Keane's singing ;)) I've that book. I've quenched my curiosity. PS. Sorry for my English, I'm not a native Speaker and English isn't my everyday Language.
- Gogh Van ,