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  1. (bismillah) MOLA ALI (as) SAID , O Salman! Muhammad saw is the Elevator of the Proof, and I am the Proof of ‘One True Allahswt’ unto His creatures. It is this Testimony that empowered the Spirit of Allahswt to ascend unto heaven. I am the one who enabled Noahas to sail his Ark. I was present with Jonah (Younis) in the belly of the Whale. I parted the sea for Moses to create a ‘save pass’ through it. I am the one who destroyed Qaruun Ula (Allahswt ‘s enemies). I was bestowed with the knowledge of the Prophets and Saints and their Decisive Utterance unto living beings.
  2. Why “Duas” are not answered? You may ask why the “Dua” of many people are not answered, something which is apparently inconsistent with the Quranic verses. The Answer is that “Duas” are not answered when requirements of Dua have not been fulfilled. Othman Ibne Saeed says a man came to Imam Sadeq (A.S.) saying: There are two Quranic verses which I have not comprehended properly. Imam Sadeq (A.S.) said: What are those verses? He said: the first one is this: “Call Me, I will answer you”, for although we offer our Duas but there is no answer. Imam Sadeq said: Do you think God breaks His promise? He said: No. Imam Sadeq (A.S.) said: So why are our Duas not answered? He said: I do not know. Imam Sadeq said: But I will tell you why. “Whoever obeys God’s order and offers his “Dua” properly, they will be answered. I said: How should I pray? The Imam said: First praise God Almighty, then remember Him and thank Him for His blessings. After that, send greetings to the Holy Prophet and his progeny, then confess your sins and ask forgiveness for them. That is the right way for “Dua”. Then, Imam Sadeq (A.S.) was asked about the second verse which the man had not comprehended: “And whatever thing you spend, He exceedeth it in reward, and He is the best of sustainers.” Saba, verse 39 Imam Sadeq (A.S.) said: Do you think God breaks His promise? I said: No. The Imam said: Why does He not give reward then? I said: I do not know. Then Imam said: if a person gains something lawfully, and he spends it in the right way, he will certainly receive its reward even if he spends a Dirham. It is impossible that a person begs something from God, which is advisable and God does not grant it. Therefore a supplicant should always pray in this way: O Lord, fulfill my desire if it is in my interest. If delay in fulfilling a wish is advisable, then God will delay it. God Himself says: “And if Allah should hasten the evil to men as they desire the hastening on of good, their doom should certainly have been decreed for them.” Yunus, 11 In the supplications of the Imam (A.S.) we read: “O One whose will nothing can change.” At times we desire something from whose evil we seek refuge with God later on and at other times we escape from something but later on we go after it. In this connection, Imam Ali (A.S.) says: “On many occasions man desires something but when his desire is fulfilled he wishes his desire had never been fulfilled.” The gist of this matter has been expressed in the following Quranic verse: “It may be that you dislike a thing while it is good for you, and it may be that you love a thing while it is evil for you, and Allah knows, while you do not know.” Baqarah, verse 216 The main objective of Dua and its reward lies in its being a Divine Mercy and the fact that God’s Mercy precedes His wrath. Therefore a Dua in which there is no good for the supplicant should not be answered.
  3. Salam ,absolutely no doubt about this reality ,Once Rasool Allah (pbuh) said to one of his sahabi "when u feel love of Ali (as) deep inside u ,do sajda to ur mother" MAY Allah CURSE THE EVERY MUNAFIQ AMEEN .
  4. what u said makes sense ,bughz of Imam Ali (as) ,Imam Ali (as) is superior than all creation of Allah , read the ayat again and u will recongnise urself , Imam Ali (as) Said; O Salmán! The faith (A’man) of a believer will not attain the level of perfection unless and until he would recognise me as a Noor. When someone knows me as Noor, only then he would truly attained faith; he is the one whose heart has been tested with the true faith, whose chest (self) is expanded (to embrace) the true Islám and whose faith is based on discernment. Thus he becomes devoute scholar (Arif) and remains satisfied with his deen. But someone who is at unease with my Amr (Noor)-- will be a doubter, totally immersed in disbelief. May Allah curse Moawiya (la) and and his recent followers Ameen Ya Rab ul Alemeen
  5. DUNYA ALI SEY HEY MERI OQBA ALI (A.S)SEY HEY YE DEEN ALI SEY HEY YEH SAJDA ALI (A.S)SEY HEY CHOTHA KHALIFA KEHTA HEY OON KO TO HEY NADAAN TU JANTA NAHI HEY K KYA KYA ALI (A.S)SEY HEY HEYN BAGHER FASL K YEH WARISE RASUL JITNEY WALI HEYN OON KA YEH RUTBA ALI (A.S) SEY HEY HEY IBTIDA NABI SEY TO MEHDI HEYN INTIHA QAYAM KHUDA K DIN KA CHEHRA ALI SEY HEY KITNEY CHALEY ALI (A.S) K BINA OR BAHTAK GAYE JANNAT KA RASTA MERE MOLA ALI (A.S) SEY HEY HEY NAZM E KAYNAAT IMAM E ZAMAAN SEY IS KAYNAT KO BHI TAWALLA ALI (A.S) SEY HEY NO:02 DUNYA K GHAM SEY BEHTR SHABBIR (A.S)TERA GHAM HEY OR JIS QADAR KREYN HAM OOS QADAR YEH KAM HEY TEREY GHM MEYN GIRYA HER CHEZ NE KIYA HEY ZAMIN RO RAHI HEY FALAK KI AANKH NAM HEY ASHK BAHANEY SEY ROKEY GA KON MOJH KO MAJLIS KRUN GA JAB TAK MEREY DAM MEYN DAM HEY TUJH PE RONEY WALA KAFIR BHALA HO KESEY GIRYA KUNAAN HEY TUJH PER JO BHI KHUDA FEHM HEY ZIKR E HUSSAIN (A.S)BILKUL ZIKR E KHUDA HEY FAIEZ ZIKR E HUSSAIN (A.S)MEYN TO YEH ZINDAGI BHI KAM HEY NO:03 YEH CHAND YEH SURAJ YEH CHAMAKTEY HUEY TAREY AYE MEHDI E DORAAN (ATF) HEYN FAQAT DAM SE TUMHAREY YEH ARZ O SAMA OR YEH DARYAON K DHAREY SAB JIN O MALAK, INS HEYN MOHTAAJ TUMHAREY DUNYA K SHAB O ROZ KI HALCHAL SEY BILAK KER WO RAAZ KA MOHRAM HEY JO TUJH KO PUKAREY HEYN AAP K WAJUD SE SAARI INAYATEN MAKHLUQ PE KHALIQ NE JO INAAM OTAREY BADAL JO BARASTA HEY FAQAT AAP K DAM SEY BIGREY HOOEY BANTEY HEYN SABHI KAAM HAMAREY OLAAD HEYN RASUL KI YEH SHARF BAJA HEY HEYN AAP KI TAREEF MEYN QURAAN K PAREY TASBEEH KREYN MALAK K SUBHA HO GYI ROSHAN MASRUR NAZAR AATEY HEYN TAREEKI K MAREY SADQEY MEYN TUMHAREY MILI ADAM KO MOAAFI KASHTI LAGI NOOH KI TOOFAAN SEY KINAREY RAIQ BADNASEEB HEY IS WASTEY K WOH AAP K FARAQ MEYN YEH OMR GUZAREY
  6. u are right "everything is clear" but what was in ur mind actually ,its not clear yet . O! Prophet (SW) whatever has been sent to you from your Allah, convey it, if you do not do this then it would be as though you have not conveyed your prophecy at all. And, Allah will save you from evil people, no doubt Allah does not guide atheists (Munkirs).(surah Ma'ida ) In 23 years of work and preaching Namaz, Roza, Haj, Zaqat, Khums, Jihad, etc. orders came but Allah never changed his tone and never offered security to protect from wickedness of evil people. This shows that the most difficult deed is accepting Ali Ibne Abi Talib’s (as) succession and His attributes.
  7. Mola Ali (as) said; I am the one who has over come everything by counting and store of everything (We have stored everything in Imam-e-Mobeen _Surah Yaseen) by the reasons of the Knowledge bestowed upon me by Allah (SWT) and by all the secrets He(SWT) entrusted in Muhammed (S.A.W) then to me.
  8. Who can forget these words of Yazid (LA) ?

    (salam) ,MashAllah . Thanks alot for this wonderful addition ,May Allah and Ahl ul Bayt (as) bless u with its reward Ameen .......Wasalam .....
  9. Islamic History can never forget the occasion when the revered family of the Holy Prophet (PBUH)were brought as cap­tives to the court of Damascus and the slain head of Imam Husain (as) was placed in a golden tray before Yazid (LA); while he, touching the sacred teeth of the Apostolical Imam (as) with his stick, was saying; “If my ancestors, who had been slain in the battle of Badr, would witness the way I have avenged their blood from Muhammad’s progeny, they would admire my deed immensely and would say, Bravo, Yazid! May not thy hands get benumbed, and it was nothing but an imperialistic design of the Hashimites, as neither a Divine Message ever came to Muhammad nor was there any Revelation (Wahi).”
  10. The hereditary enmity between the hashimites and the Umayyads The acknowledged superiority of Hashimites over all Arab tribes in respect of their lineage, gallantry, hospitality and ethical attributes did always evoke the jealousy of Umayyads against them. And, thus, the Umayyads were constantly bent on ruining the honor and vilifying the integrity of Hashimites by all means. Abu Hatim Sajistani writes in his book, ‘Kitab-uI­ Muammarin’: “One day Muawiya ( l.a )expressed his wish to some of his associates to fleet some aged man who could describe the antiquity and past events. The people brought before him Abad Bin Amad, a man of three hundred and sixty years old, hailing from ‘Hazramoot.’ Muawiya (la)enquired of him if he had ever seen Hashim. The old man answered. “Yes! Hashim was a man of high stature and elegant personality”. He further asked him if he had also seen Umayyah. The man said, “Yes! I have seen him too. He was blind and a man of short stature and meanness was obvious on his countenance.” Hearing this, Muawiya (la)turned pale and was taken aback. Ibne Aseer, comment­ing upon the cause of malice between Hashimites and Umayyads, writes, “When Hashim became the heir of his father Abd-e-Manaf and inherited his fortune, the jealousy of Umayyah, the son of Abd-ush-Shams, kindled the spark of malice against Hashim forever.” The gulf between Hashimites and Umayyads was widened till, in the third generation of Hashim, Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH)was born. Abu Sufian (la), the son of Harb, was the leader of Umayyads at that time who, right from the declaration of Hazrat Muhammad’s (PBUH)prophet hood till the fall of Mecca, remained the perpetual instigator behind all the wars against the Muslims and steered the vehicle of the campaign of hostility towards the Holy Prophet and his religion. The fall of Mecca compelled Abu Sufian to embrace Islam, which he did reluctantly. After the Holy Prophet’s (pbuh) death, he induced Imam Ali (as) to rise against the Caliph in power and thus to weaken the solidarity of Islam but could not succeed in his treacherous designs. The appoint­ment of his son Muawiya (la), by Omar (la), as a governor of Syria in 20 A.H., lifted up the morale of the Umayyads and provided them with an opportunity to be on the rise. In the year 22 A.H. the ‘Shura’ Counsel elected Osman (la) as a Caliph. “By this time,” writes Ibne Abdul Bar in ‘Isteeab,’ “Abu Sufian found a golden opportunity for the realization of his dreams. He approached Osman and addressed him in the following words: “Osman! After Bani Taim ( Abubakr) and Bani Adi ( Omar), the Caliphate has at last come to you. So roll it like a ball wherever you wish and streng­then its foundation with your own Umayyads as this is an empire, and I do hardly have any faith in the so-called Paradise and Hell.” The Historians unanimously agree with the fact that, in the reign of Osman, all the key posts were entrusted to Umayyads throughout the whole Islamic Empire and Muawiya had secured complete domination over Syria. The exchequers (Bait-ul-Mal) of Medina and Damascus were at the disposal of Muawiya to meet his selfish ends of nepotism and diplomacy. Syria became the center of attraction for all materialists. The mammonists were bent upon extracting their share of wealth and honor by showering upon the ruling power their ut­most flattery. Muawiya harnessed these very elements to achieve his ambitious designs of vilifying and degrading the prestige of the Holy Prophet and his Progeny, and, thus, satisfied his cherished grudge and enmity between his ancestor Umayyah and Hashim. DIFFERENCE OF FAITH AND RELIGION The second factor of animosity between Hashimites and Umayyads was the difference of their Faith and Religion. Hashim and all his descendants, except Abu Lahab and his followers, were Unitarians and adhered to the faith of Abraham. On the contrary, Umayyah and his offspr­ings were heathens. Ibne Jurair, Tabari and Hakim have quoted from authentic sources, “Those who changed the religion of God with infidelity were Bani Umayyah and Bani Mughairah the two famous tribes of Quraish.” Abu Sufian as well as the other members of Umayyads were, therefore, the deadliest enemies of the Holy Prophet and continued their greatest endeavors to uproot Islam as long as it was possible. They remained subdued as long as the Holy Prophet lived. But the spark of their animosity against Hashimites which was buried in the ashes of their diplomacy, was rekindled after the demise of the Holy Prophet, and the descendants of Abu Sufian availed a golden opportunity to realize their long-cherished dream. “The persecutors of Muhammad,” says Gibbon, “usurped the inheritance of his children and the champions of idolatry became the supreme heads of his religion and Empire. The opposition of Abu Sufian had been fierce and obstinate, his conversion was tardy and reluctant; his new faith was fortified by necessity and interest.” In malice, jealousy and animosity against the Ahl-ul-Bait, Muawiya like his son Yazid was no less than his father Abu Sufian. He first extracted the allegiance of the Syrians by presenting himself as a great religious leader and then addressed himself to the task of vilifying and degrading the Holy Prophet and his Progeny. The virtuous attributes of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)and his family The third important reason of the malice and grudge, existing between Bani Hashim and Bani Umayyah, was the virtuous attributes with which Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)and his Holy Progeny (as) were gifted. The existence of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as a Hashimite was enough to awaken an inferiority complex among their rival tribe, the Umayyads, but what added fuel to the lire was the Holy Prophet’s frequent elaboration upon the virtues of his family members to such an extent that the recognition of their integrity survived all the endeavors of the enemies to malign the world opinion against them. To quote Ibne Abi Hadid al-Mutazali, “The traditions, regarding Imam Ali’s (as) attributes, were quoted from the Holy Prophet (pbuh) to such an extent that the Umayyads, in spite of their kingdom and power, failed to erase them from the memory of the world; and were it not for the will of God, the records of the excellence of the Ahl-ul-Bait (AS)would not have survived the long reign of the Umayyads due to their intense malice and severe hatred against the Hashimites.” Services rendered to ‘Islam’ All the members of the Hashimite family, irrespective of their age, excluding Abu-Labab and his followers, devoted their all to the cause of Islam. Hazrat Jafar Tayyar’s (AS)propagation, the holy war of Hazrat Hamza (as) and the heroism of Imam Ali (as) were the weapons to counteract the efforts of the enemies of Islam. As a matter of fact, Abu Sufian and his followers were the deadliest enemies of Islam till the conquest of Mecca, but whenever they opposed the Holy Prophet, the Hashimites came to his rescue. After embracing Islam, Abu Sufian could naturally not assassinate the Holy Prophet but his mission was later accomplished by his son Muawiya, who poisoned Imam Hasan through Juda Binte Ashas and by his grandson Yazid who massacred Imam Husain (as) and the progeny of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) in the field of Kerbala. These were the causes of the enmity between the Hashi­mites and Umayyads, instigated by Umayyah himself and remained till the decline of the Umayyad’s Empire. In short, the royal treasury of Damascus met the lavish expenses of Muawiya’s (la) project which attracted not only the aristocrats of Hejaz, Iraq, Egypt and other Islamic countries but also exposed the materialists behind the garb of spiritualist and religious scholars from Mecca and Medina who thronged the court of Damascus. The coining of false traditions came into operation, which, in no time, brought forth lacs of traditions eulogizing Umay­yads and censuring and degrading Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his Holy Progeny (as). Thus, the false contents and the raw materials formed the very nucleus of the so-called ‘History of Islam.’
  11. (bismillah) IMAM ALI'S (as) SILENCE OVER THE CALIPHATE Imam Ali’s (as) silence in the matter of the Caliphate was not due to the absence of friends and supporters but out of respect for the wishes of the Holy Prophet (pbuh); he did not press further his right to the Caliphate. On hearing the news of the Holy Prophet’s (pbuh) death, Abu Sufian l.a came to Medina and, accompanied by Abbas Bin Abdul Muttalib, called on Imam Ali (as). He expressed his views on the Caliphate of Abubakr thus: “Ali (as)! Bani Taim (The tribe of Abubakr), cannot rule over us. You are the only one suited to be our Caliph. Make use of this opportunity and wage a war against Abu­bakr. I swear to submit my allegiance to you and to provide all assistance that may be required.” Being fully aware of Abu Sufian’s evil intentions towards the Holy Prophet and Islam in the past, and finding him a cheap opportunist with hatred, greed and racialism in his breed, Imam Ali (as) refused to accept his proposal. Moreover, he knew that to wage a war would be detri­mental and not beneficial to the cause of Islam. It was to avoid endangering Islam that he refused to fight against Abubakr. So he preferred to observe complete silence in the matter. (Tareekh Kamil). Even if Abu Sufian had not offered his assistance to him for over-throwing the Caliphate of Abubakr, and had his aim had not been for the welfare and prosperity of Islam, Imam Ali (as) could well have taken care of the situation, having the support of the staunch followers of the Ahl-ul-Bait (as), such as Abu Zar Ghifari RA), Aimmar Yasir (ra), Salman (ra), Miqdad (ra) and the other prominent members of the Hashimite family. Before his death on 22nd Jamadi-ul-Akhar 13 A.H., Abubakr nominated Omar as his suc­cessor, contrary to the principal laws of democracy stressed by the Muslims who had assembled at Saqifa Barn Sa’da. Thus Imam Ali’s (as) right was usurped for the second time in succession. In spite of this, he helped the ruling Caliph in religious as well as other matters referred to him and which could not be otherwise solved. So sound were his judgments and his advice based on the Holy Quran that Omar ordered the interpreters of the Verses of the Quran and the traditions of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) to refrain from giving their opinion while Imam Ali (as) was amidst them. Omar died on 29th Zilhajj, 23 A.H. and Osman was elected as the third Caliph by Council of Electors consisting of six members appointed by the dying Caliph. John Bagot Glubb says in his book The Great Arab Conquests “Osman had been a failure as Caliph. He had proved too weak to control the turbu­lent and factious spirit of the Arabs, especially at a time when an almost unbroken succession of victories had rendered them more than usually intractable. His was a limited mental outlook, unable to grasp the big issues and dominated by his greedy relatives. He himself lived com­fortably and accepted presents, though doubtless (his primitive luxuries were negligible in comparison with) those of the former rulers of Byzantine and Madam.” Imam Ali (as) continued assisting the ruling Caliph with the same perseverance as in the past, until Osman was murdered. At this critical moment, when the angry groups of Muslims had besieged the house of Osman, no one dared to protect the helpless caliph. “But” in the words of Amir Ali in The History of the Saracens, “Osman was bravely defended by Imam Ali (as) and His sons and dependants, and the insurgents had great difficulty in making any impression on the defenders. At last two of the besiegers scaled the wall, and there killed the aged Caliph.”
  12. "Imam Ali (AS) Teacher of Gabriel"

    Salam sister , its the sermon of recognition of Noor wonderful serom by Imam Ali (as) i have posted it here ,u can find read . May Allah bless u always Ameen , Wasalam . (salam) brother ,Thanks alot for this wonderful narration ,Ya Ali (as) Mola ........May Allah bless u always Ameen .
  13. (bismillah) Imam Ali (as) was the possessor of unique virtues and was the first and foremost person in a number of things. He had no match in the following attributes, to mention only a few: He was of noblest birth for both his father and mother were Hashimites. He was the only person to be born in the Kaaba (the house of God). He was the only Divinely authorized witness and Attester that Prophet Muhammad is the Messenger of God. (Surah Raad Verse 43, Surah Hood Verse 17 and Surah Saha Verse 6.). He was the first to offer prayers after the Holy Prophet. He was the only one to offer his assistance to the Holy Prophet at the gathering of Dawat-e-Asheera. Imam Ali (as) was the only one (except the Holy Prophet) whom God inspired with Divine Secrets. He was the first to compile and codify the Quran. He had the distinction of being styled as “Brother” by the Prophet on both the occasions of “before Hijrat” at Mecca and after Hijrat at Medina. Imam Ali (as) was the only one named by the Holy Prophet to bathe his body after his death. Ho was the only warrior to stick to his post on the battlefield in all battles and who never once turned his back. It was he who was appointed Commander in all the battles in which the Holy Prophet did not partici­pate personally and was the Standard Bearer when the Prophet participated. He was the great warrior who succeeded in killing all adversaries who fought against him. It was Ali who caught and conquered pagan ‘Jinns’ many of whom accepted Islam. The honor of the propagation of the Quranic Surah “Al-Baraat” (the Immunity) fell to Ali’s lot, the Prophet saying that either he himself or Ali could do it and no one else, thereby raising him Supreme above all others. It was he on whom the Holy Prophet bestowed the title “a Second Aaron.” The privilege of removing the symbols of Arab paganism from the Kaaba (after the conquest of Mecca) was also reserved for Ali (as). Imam Ali (as) had the good fortune to have the sublimest woman of the world Fatima as his wife and a unique father-in-law like the Prophet and sons like Hasan and Husain. Ali had the honor of being nominated by the Holy Prophet as his Successor, Testator and Vicegerent. Imam Ali (as) was also honored by being styled “Moula” (Master) of the “Ummah” (nation) by the Holy Prophet, by the mandate of God. Imam Ali (as) is the one who (long before the creation of the universe) came into being along with the Holy Prophet each of them being a fragment of the same ‘Noor’, (Light), Muhammad having the Prophethood and Ali (as) having the ‘Vilayath’. (Authority). Ali while in the stage of ‘Noor’ has been the Divine Professor who imparted knowledge to Gabriel and other angels - hence known as the Teacher of Gabriel. Ali (as) is the only one who continues in himself the attributes of all the Prophets put together. Ali (as) is the Head of all the Spiritual Lines of the Ahl­e-Tariqat and Sufis. Ali (as) is the replica of the Holy Prophet and is to him what the head is to a body. The Prophet (pbuh) and Ali (AS)alone could come to the Mosque when under the obligation of a bath. Ali’s (as) door, like that of the Prophet, that opened in the Mosque was retained while the doors of all others were closed under a Divine Mandate. Ali (AS)is the one who was ordained to assist all Mess­engers of God from Adam to Jesus, hiddenly and to come out openly to assist the Holy Prophet. Ali (as) is the sole one divinely designated as the Hand of God, Face of God, Eye of God, Ear of God, Tongue of God and Symbol of God. He is the only one, acknowledgment of whose ‘Vilayath’ (authority) along with the Prophethood of Muhammad is the basic requisite for the Pro­phethood of any Messenger of God. Like the Holy Prophet, Ali (as) was bestowed upon with miracles, such as on two occasions he made the sun come back from the west when it had already set. Besides the Holy Prophet, Ali (as) is the only one, de­parture of whose soul depends on his own will. He is the distributor of Kausar and will allot Heaven or Hell as deserved.
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