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O Ali, your Shia and you will come to Allah with content and pleasure. Your enemies will come with anger and will be unable to bend their heads to find their ways.
as-Sawaaiq ul-Muhriqa;  2 / 449 ***  and Majmaa uz-Zawaaid; 9:131   Mujam Al-Tabarani 1 / 319  948   

On the Day of Resurrection, Ali and his Shia will be the winners.
Kunouz ul-Haqaaiq; 92
O Ali, Allah has forgiven you, your progeny, your sons, your household, your Shia, and the adorers of your Shia.

as-Sawaaiq ul-Muhriqa; 96.

 

The Shia of Ali will be the true winners.

 Kunouz ul-Haqaaiq; 82

 

O sons of Abdul-Muttalib, I do not know any young Arab man who has brought to his people a thing that is better than that which I have brought to you. I have brought to you the goodness of this world as well as the world to come. Allah, Exalted is He, has ordered me to call you to accept this matter. Which one of you will support me in this regard and he will be my brother, successor, and representative among you?” They all kept silent except me. I said, while I was the youngest among them, “O the Prophet of Allah, I will be your supporter in this matter.” I repeated this statement three times. The Prophet (s) then took me from the neck and said: “This is my brother, successor, and representative among you. You thus should listen to and obey him.”  They left him laughing and saying to Abu Talib: “He has ordered you to listen to and obey your son!”))

Tarikh; at-Tabari 2:319-21, Al-Kamil fit Tarikh; Ibn ul-Athir 2:22, As-Sirat un-Nabawiyya; al-Halabi ( the Shafiite ) 1:311-2, kenz ul-Ummal; al-Muttaqi ( the Hanafite ), Mustadrak us-Sahihayn; Al-Hakim an-Nisapuri ( the Shafiite ) 3:133, Ad-Durr ul-Manthour: As-Suyoutti ( the Shafiite ) 5:79, Al-Musnad; Ahmed bin Hanbal ( the founder of Habalites ) 1:111, Al-BIdaya wan-Nihaya; Ibn Kuthari 3:39, Tarikh; Abu al-Fidaa 1:119, Shawahid ut-Tanzil; Al-Hasakani 1:485 H.514 and 580, Tarikh Dimashq: the life account of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib; Ibn Asakir ( the Shafiite ) 1:97-105 H.133-40, and Sharhu Nahj ul-Balagha; Ibn Abi al-Hadid ( the Mutazilite ) 13:210 and 244.

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