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    sarariz got a reaction from Ashvazdanghe in Dua Recited Before Starting Majlis   
    Salaam, 
    I want to recite a majlis and I know that there are many duas that you can read to begin a majlis, however, I need a transliteration of some dua (preferably short) that I could use. If anyone could help me I'd appreciate it
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    sarariz reacted to Ali_Hussain in Bibi Sakina (a.s) or Bibi Ruqayyah (a.s)?   
    This is a post that I made about this a while ago, although as a purely historical issue it doesn't make any difference either way.
     
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    sarariz reacted to narsis in Bibi Sakina (a.s) or Bibi Ruqayyah (a.s)?   
    Bismillah.
    Salaam.

    incidents that took place for her in the ruins of Sham.[3] Most of these writers have cited this story from the book of "Kamel Baha’i" which was written in seventh century A. H. tragic  (accounts of what took place on Ashura) have mentioned two girls with the names of Fatimah  and Sukainah when counting the daughters of Imam Hussein.[1] Also, some have added the name of "Zeynab"[2], while other books have narrated the story of the Imam's small daughter and themaqtalsMany historians and those who write

    There are also clues in our hadith and history sources that support her existence and as an example we will mention one of them:

    First: When Lady Zeynab  was speaking to the head of her brother, Imam Hussein, she recited poems that consisted of the following sentence: "O Brother! Speak to little Fatimah for it is close for her heart to become empty (it is close for her to pass away)."[4] This sentence indicates that such a small girl existed and could not bear the separation from her father.

    that: "She (Sukainah) married her cousin (Abdullah Bin Al Hassan) who was martyred on the day of Ashura before consummating their marriage and no child was born from this marriage."[7] Tabarsi also narrates that: "Sukainah, the daughter of Imam Hussein was 10 years old during the incident of Ashura."[8]Maghtal al-Hussein we find that Shia and Sunni historians have mentioned a daughter named Sukainah for Imam Hussein. In this regard Sheikh Mufid says:" Sukainah is among the daughters of Imam Hussein and her mother's name is Rubab."[5] Sheikh Tabarsi also mentions her name saying that: "Imam Hussein married her to Abdullah Bin Al Hassan - her cousin - that was martyred on the day of Ashura." [6] It is mentioned in the book MaqatelWhen examining historical books and the

    Dhahabi has also mentioned in his "Tarikh al-Islam" that Sukainah was the daughter of Imam Hussein and names up to 20 books that have mentioned Sukainah as the Imam's daughter.[9] Therefore many books have mentioned Sukainah as the daughter of Imam Hussein.  In addition to the books mentioned in this article, we have mentioned the names of the rest of these books in the footnotes.[10] 

    However, regarding her age, there is no clear narration, and it is only understood from the different opinions that during Ashura she was either married or she had reached the age of marriage.[11]   

    Taking what was said in to consideration, one can conclude that a daughter of Imam Hussein (who was either named Ruqayyahh or Fatimah ) passed away beside the head of her father in the ruins of Sham, and that this little girl was not Sukainah, the other daughter of the Imam who lived for many years after her father's martyrdom.  

     
     

     
    [1] Mufid, Muhammad bin Nu’man, Al-Irshaad, The Collection of the Works of Sheikh Mufid, vol. 2, pg. 135, Dar al-Mufid, Beirut, 1414 AH.

    Ibn Shahr Ashub, Manaaqib Aal Abi Taleb, vol. 4, pg. 77, Allamah Publications Institute, Qom Seminary Print.

    Tabarsi, A’laam al-Waraa, vol. 1, pg. 478, Aal Bayt Institute, first print, 1417 AH.

    Mus’ab al-Zubayri, Nisab al-Quraysh, pg. 59, Dar al-Ma’aarif, Cairo, third print.

    Beladheri, Ansaab al-Ashraaf, vol. 3, pg. 1288, Dar al-Fikr, Beirut , first print, 1401 AH.

    Sibt bin Jowzi, Tadhkirah al-Khawass, pg. 349, Ahlul-Bayt Institute, Beirut, first print, 1401

    [2] Al-Arbali, Kashf al-Ghummah fi Ma’rifat al-A’immah, vol. 2, pg. 38, researched by Rasuli, Tabriz, Suuq Masjid Jame’.

    [3] Qummi, Sheikh Abbas, Nafas al-Mahmum, pp.415-416, Maktabah al-Heydariyyah Publications, first print, 1379.

    Al-Iqaad, Shah Abdul-Azimi, pg. 179, researched by Razavi, Firuzabadi Publications, first print, 1411 AH.

    Ha’eri, Ma’aali al-Sibtayn, vol.2, pg. 170, Al-Numaan Publications, Beirut, 1412 AH.

    Qummi, Sheikh Abbas, Muntaha al-Aamaal, vol. 1, pg. 807, Hijrah Publications Institute, fourth print, 1411 AH.

    Tabari, Imaduddin, Kamel Baha’i, vol. 2, pg. 179, Maktabah Al-Mustafavi.

    [4] Majlisi, Muhamamad Baqir, Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 45, pg. 115 “…یا اخی فاطم الصغیرة کلمّا فقد کاد قلبها ان یذوبا”;

    Al-Qanduzi, Yanabi’ al-Mawaddah, vol. 2, pg. 421, Al-Sharif Al-Radhiyy Publications, first print, 1371.

    [5] Mufid, Muhammad bin Nu’maan, Al-Irshad, vol. 2, pg. 37, Ilmiyyah Islamiyyah Publications.

    [6] Tabarsi, A’laam al-Waraa, vol. 1, pg. 418, Aal al-Bayt Publications; Mufid, Muhammad bin Nu’man, Al-Irshad, pg. 25; Arbali, Kashf al-Ghummah, pg. 157.

    [7] Musawi, Abd al-Razzaaq, Maqtal al-Husein, pg. 397, Basirati Publications.

    [8] Ibid.

    [9] Al-Dhahabi, Tarikh al-Islam, vol. 7, pg. 371, Dar al-Kutub al-Arabi, Beirut, Lebanon.

    [10] Abu al-Faraj al-Isfahani, Maqaatil al-Talebin, pp. 94, 119, 133, 167; Al-Baladheri, Ansaab al-Ashraaf, vol. 3, pg. 362; Ibn Hanaan, Al-Thuqaat, vol. 4, pg. 351, Al-Kutub al-Thaqaafiyyah Publications; Al-Bukhari, Al-Taarikh al-Saghir, vol. 1, pg. 273, Dar al-Ma’rifah, Beirut, Lebanon; Al-Usfuri, Taarikh Khalifah bin Khayaat, pg. 274, Dar al-Fikr, Beirut; Muhammad bin Sa’d, Al-Tabaqaat al-Kubra, vol. 8, pg. 475, Beirut; Al-Muzni, Tahdhib al-Kamaal, vol. 6, pg. 397, Al-Risalah Publications; Ibn Aamir, Taarikh al-Madinah, vol. 2, pg. 52, and vol. 29, pg. 69 in different pages, Damascus, Dar al-Fikr; Ibn Maakulaa, Ikmaal al-Kamaal, vol. 4, pg. 316 and vol. 7, pg. 107, Dar al-Kitab al-Islamiyy, Cairo; Majlisi, Muhammad Baqir, Bihar al-Anwar, vol. 45, pg. 169, pg. 47, Beirut; Qummi, Sheikh Abbas, Muntaha al-Aamaal, vol. 1, pg. 547, Huseini Publications.

    [11] Mufid, Muhammad bin Nu’maan, Al-Irshad, vol. 2, pg. 22, Farsi translation, Rasuli Mahallati, Ilmiyyah Islamiyyah Publications.

    http://www.islamquest.net/en/archive/question/fa10135Source:

    With Duas.

    Narsis.
     
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    sarariz reacted to Ali_Hussain in Bibi Sakina (a.s) or Bibi Ruqayyah (a.s)?   
    Sorry, this isn't correct, it is something I misunderstood from wiki.
    I was glancing through a biography of Aamina bint al-Husayn, here is the only mention that I found about the difference of سكينة .
     ١٢  السيد عبدالرزاق الموسوي المقرم في سكينة بنت الحسين عليهما السلام
    قال : وأما سكينة فقد ذكر المؤرخون أنه لقب من أمها الرباب ، وكأنه لسكونها وهدوئها وعليه فالمناسب فتح السين المهملة وكسر الكاف ، وهذا الرأي نسبه الصبان إلى المشهور وأما اسمها ، فالذي اختاره ابن تغري بردي أنه آمنة
    12 - Sayed 'Abd al-Razaq al-Musawi al-Maqram, in 'Sakina bin al-Husayn (peace be upon them)'
    He said: And as for Sakina, the historians have mentioned that it is an agnomen from her mother al-Rubab, it being for her tranquility and calmness. - (the next part is linguistical, it says something along the lines off:) and the seen (س) should be without diacritical points and have a fatha*, and the kaaf (ك) should have a kasra**. The famous opinion is that it is linked to the child. As for her name, the one that Ibn Taghri Bardi chose is that it is Aamina.
    'Aqilat al-Quraysh, p.42 (sayed  M.A. al-Hilwa)
    * 'a' sound
    ** 'i' sound
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    sarariz reacted to Ibn al-Hussain in Why does Islam separate men and women?   
    What exactly do you mean by separate? 
    Wasalam
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    sarariz got a reaction from Talut in Who were Ahl al-Bayt a.s. male survivors of Karbala?   
    Salaam,
    Imam Zayn al Abideen (a.s.) and his son Imam Muhammad Ibn ‘Ali al-Baqir (a.s.)
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    sarariz reacted to strangelove in Help regarding description of a group   
    @sarariz Thanks a lot. That's just what I was looking for
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    sarariz reacted to Gaius I. Caesar in Sunnis need to be concerned about feiz muhammad.   
    I know right, plus I suspect that the Boston police also went too soft on Tamerlan, as he supposed to have been linked to a unsolved triple homicide where the victims were decapitated like the Feiz Mohammad told people to in his sermons. Can't question Tamerlan Tsarnaev now, they shot and killed him.  His friend who was linked in the case also, was shot and killed too in Florida, so they can't question him either. 
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    sarariz got a reaction from strangelove in Help regarding description of a group   
    "Hey, guys! This is a public/private group where everyone can socialize on topics ranging from everyday things to serious political issues. You can post anything you want whether it's related to your interests or something random. If you're looking to kill some time, have a laugh, or just get away from everyday stuff, this is the place for you.  "
     
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    sarariz reacted to Muslimthought97 in [LAWS]Makeup with hijab?   
    3. Beautification of Women
    3. Is a woman allowed to line eyes with kohl, to put mascara on her eyelashes, and to wear rings in both hands?
    A woman is allowed to put kohl or similar cosmetics on her eyelashes and also to wear rings provided it is not done with the intention of drawing lustful attention of men towards herself.
    http://www.al-islam.org/hijab-muslim-womens-dress-islamic-or-cultural-sayyid-muhammad-rizvi/common-questions-about-hijab-and
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    sarariz got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in Sunnis need to be concerned about feiz muhammad.   
    Salaam, 
    In all honesty the man you named is not the only one in this world who preaches wrongful messages and calls for wrongful actions. I feel as though you'll always have such individuals everywhere you go. The best thing we can do is pray and make rightful choices. And I'm sure authorities across the globe would be on a look out for him if he had some influence in the Boston bombing. 
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    sarariz got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in Edoardo Agnelli   
    I agree. This reminds me of Princess Diane many say that she was planning on converting to Islam or had already converted to Islam and she was planning on making it public, but apparently Queen Elizabeth or people working for her thought it would be best to kill her somehow make it look like an accident only to not let her acceptance towards Islam out. Because it would be problematic and lead into a series of issue, etc. It was a bit more deeper than that, but I'm not so sure of the entire story
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    sarariz got a reaction from 12reasons4truth. in Edoardo Agnelli   
    I think Agnelli knew what he was getting into right off the bat when he converted to Islam. It says so very clearly in the documentries. Many individuals worldwide converted to shia islam because of Ayatollah Khamenei and I wouldn't be surpried if he left his wealth to convert as well. It's just so sick to think that because he chose to become a shia he was most likely murdered and yet till this day we have no actual evidence of the car accident being on purpose. 
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    sarariz got a reaction from Enlightened Follower in Kurdish factions likely to boycott new Iraqi government, official says   
    Salaam, 
    I agree. Also the Kurds gain protection from the Iraqis whereas in some parts of Turkey the Kurds are at times tortured or not given any freedom at all. 
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    sarariz got a reaction from Gaius I. Caesar in Sunnis need to be concerned about feiz muhammad.   
    Salaam, 
    In all honesty the man you named is not the only one in this world who preaches wrongful messages and calls for wrongful actions. I feel as though you'll always have such individuals everywhere you go. The best thing we can do is pray and make rightful choices. And I'm sure authorities across the globe would be on a look out for him if he had some influence in the Boston bombing. 
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    sarariz reacted to baradar_jackson in Further question on Homosexuality   
    Dear brother @HayderM
     
    First step is to not get swept up in the hype. The first thing people asked themselves after they learned that Imam Ali had been martyred while praying was: "Ali prays?!?" Hype is hype. Truth is truth. These two are not related to each other. Learn to distinguish between these two.
     
    Some points to consider:
     
    1) LGBT. And now they are adding even more letters. Pretty soon maybe there will be as many letters as there are in the alphabet!! But look at all these letters. In these letters we can see the truth. What does the "B" stand for? It stands for bisexual. What is a bisexual? What does it mean to be attracted to "both" sexes? Think about this for a moment. If one is attracted to "both" sexes, perhaps these categories are not as ironclad as we think?
     
    2) Why is there such a scandal about Catholic priests having boyfriends and all that? It is fairly common. Why? We know for a fact these things are not being taught in their seminaries. So what is it? Any rational person can see it's because of the vow of celibacy. If priests were not required to take such vows, we wouldn't see so many "gay priests." And thus, we can point to these examples of these tendencies being created as a result of environment. In other words: it's not purely biological.
     
    3) Why is it that prisoners end up being gay? I know the stereotype is that prisoners get violated. But in reality, most of the funny business that goes on in prisons is completely consensual. And it is more than physical; these relationships develop into emotional relationships. Either the gay gene is also the crime gene, OR... the all-male environment, coupled with the deprivation of prison life, creates an environment in which these characteristics can take form.
     
    4) The commonly thrown around "statistic" is that ten percent of the population is "gay." Why were all the people of Nabi Lut (peace be upon him) engaged in this practice? Why were all the men of Sparta engaged in this practice? Why is this? Was there something in the water over there? Or perhaps social conditioning has a much bigger role in this than we think.
     
    5) If you look at medical studies from the 90s (before everything became hush hush), you will see that there is a much higher rate of being "gay" among individuals who were sexually abused as children. In fact, it was some time in the 90s that doctors in the United States stopped referring to homosexuality as a mental illness. So was everyone insane and oppressive until that one, enlightening moment? Or... is everyone falling for a bunch of hype?
     
    And other stuff.
     
    Just reflect on it for a bit. None of the slogans of this movement makes any rational sense. They are winning through overwhelming firepower, not strong reasoning. Don't let them disease your mind. Keep your mind and heart pure from all that nonsense. Even if it makes you feel isolated for the rest of your life. God's companionship is better for you than the acceptance of self-appointed enlighteners of the world.
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    sarariz reacted to von Lohengramm in Edoardo Agnelli   
    Exactly. 
    Coming from a multi-billionaire family, it's a walk in the park to cover up what really happened. I heard many Iranians after the event thought it all to be a part of a Jewish/Zionist conspiracy, because they couldn't tolerate a Muslim man becoming the head of all those companies.
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    sarariz reacted to von Lohengramm in Edoardo Agnelli   
    W/s
    Having given up his vast wealth, converting to Shi'a Islam (out of all religions/sects), it's very unlikely. Further, I think it was his uncle or some friend that said he'd never commit suicide. The documentary explains it a bit more. 
    Like with many prominent figures in history, there'll always be people who'll conjure up some bs in order to defame the individual.
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    sarariz got a reaction from von Lohengramm in Do you talk out loud to yourself?   
    I never talk to myself out loud that makes me feel so weird. I usually write stuff out pages and pages of whatever it may be then I tear up the papers and throw them out, but I've never spoke to myself out loud. 
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    sarariz reacted to Ali_Hussain in Do you talk out loud to yourself?   
    Yep, sometimes it is the only way that I can be sure to have sensible conversation.
    Also I find myself much less judgemental than other people
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    sarariz got a reaction from Talut in What movie title would you name your life.   
    If my life was a movie it would be called "Muslim Debater" I'm the only muslim at my school who's on the debate team and it isn't exactly the best thing ever lol
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    sarariz got a reaction from Hameedeh in What movie title would you name your life.   
    If my life was a movie it would be called "Muslim Debater" I'm the only muslim at my school who's on the debate team and it isn't exactly the best thing ever lol
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    sarariz reacted to Fatimiyyeh in REMEMBERING THE EMAM OF OUR TIME AT EVERY STEP IN OUR LIVES - THE REAL ESSENCE OF "ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ (AS)"   
    REMEMBERING THE EMAM OF OUR TIME AT EVERY STEP IN OUR LIVES - THE REAL ESSENCE OF "ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ (AS)"

    Living in the Era where we are now, sometimes we even forget that there is a Living Guide who keeps track of our each and every doing... This Guide is the Emam of our Time, Emam-e-Zamana (May Allah Hasten his Reappearance -  Recite a Salawat pls).

    Ahadith and Rewayah state that every Shab-e-Jomeh and Jomeh (Thursday night n Fridays), our Emam receives the records of our deeds for the entire week... Good deeds please him and our sins make him weep. This means that if we continue to sin, we, being the ones to call him to come fast, are the ones heedless of his feelings and are responsible for his tears... Pretty much like the Kufians who called Emam Al-Husayn AS and when Emam sent his representative Muslim Ibn. Aqeel, they turned against him and brutally assassinated him... 

    Today we keep calling the Emam of our Time to come fast and eradicate evil fast... we forget that even we are part of the evil on account of our misdeeds... we ask Emam to come and avenge the tears of Lady Zahraa (SA), without realising that we are partly the cause of her tears; for instance, when we are bare headed or our hejab is not complete, or when we are busy with our joys during days of shahadat, when we sin, when we do not follow their footsteps, etc.. these are actions that make Lady Zahraa (SA) weep.. having done these things we ask Emam to come and avenge the tears of the Ahlebayt and avenge his tears, aren't we indirectly praying for our own doom???
    SO WHAT IS THE WAY FORWARD - DO WE STOP PRAYING AND HOPING FOR HIS REAPPEARANCE AND THE SPREAD OF JUSTICE? ...READ ON...

    NO, WE DO NOT STOP PRAYING AND RECITING "ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ AS," WE DO NOT STOP ASKING HIM TO RETURN, BUT, WE SHOULD, ON THE CONTRARY, STOP DOING EVIL... STOP SINNING... BE MORE CAREFUL OF OUR WORDS AND ACTIONS, AND, MOST IMPORTANTLY, WE MUST REMEMBER THAT WHAT MAKES EMAM E WAQT CRY, MAKES LADY FATIMAH (SA) WEEP, THEREFORE, BEFORE DOING OR SAYING ANYTHING, LET US STOP TO THINK AND ASK OURSELVES, "WILL THIS ACTION / SPEECH PLEASE OUR EMAM, OR WILL IT SADDEN HIM?"...
    IF THIS PRACTICE IS IN MOTION, GRADUALLY, WE WILL NOTICE THAT WE ARE SINNING LESS AND ATTAINING A CERTAIN DEGREE OF PIETY... 

    Another thing we should do to keep the Emam of our Time in vision, in action and present in our every move, is to constantly recite "ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ - O'  Allah HASTEN THE RELIEF OF THE HELPER/WALIYY (BY HASTENING HIS REAPPEARANCE)." At first, when we recite it, we will feel nothing... but as we keep reciting it, the meaning will start absorbing within us, and we will begin to feel scared and will question ourselves, "are we really ready for him?" This question will give us an insight to our deeds and we will automatically start putting the Emam before every action and every deed... but we must not stop there... we should still keep reciting it and the next step will be, after questioning our deeds, we will start PREPARING for Him... Preparing for the Emam is not a stage that ends, it is an ongoing phase that tolls the entire lifetime of a Mo'men. Preparation works hand in hand with questioning ourselves for our deeds -  This can be proved by the essence of Doa e Ahad.

    While preparing, there are numerous doas we can recite, like Doa-e-Ahad, Doa-e-Nudbah, Doa-e-Ma,'refat (aka Doa e 'Asr-e-Ghaybah), Doa-e-Ghareeq, Praying and extracting Sadaqah for His safety and many others, but we should still keep on reciting, "Allahumma 'Ajjil li Waliyyekal Faraj AS" because during preparation, now when we recite it, we will be reciting it with conviction and with a true heart... The next step beyond this will be working harder in Preparation and at this point we will really really begin to feel hollow, null, void and incomplete without our Emam;
    We will actually begin to miss him and yearn for his presence, yearn to catch a glimpse of him... Now when we recite it, it will come from the depth of our hearts and in most cases, with a tear from our eyes... When we reach this stage, we must prepare harder and strive more, to uphold the level of increase in Emaan / Faith and to uphold the Ardence and desire to meet out finalest goal until the day we finally meet him, EnshaAllah...

    Now that we desperately need Emam to come, we get restless and will start wondering why he isn't coming...  Some people unfortunately, after coming such a long way tend to give up on Entedhaar and go back to their old ways thinking it's futile. This is wrong; We must know that we are not perfect, and we are so much prone to sinning and we might not be realising that there might be some area of our deeds that require some rectification and amendments.

    Also, For the Emam to reappear, there are certain conditions that MUST PREVAIL in order to enable his Rujuu; One of those prerequisites is that there Must be 313 Living Mo'meneen, Active Entedhaaris and Soldiers present in the world (this is excluding those that will be risen from the graves, these must be alive at the time of Reappearance).  In such a case, we all must consider/assume that there are already 312 Soldiers ready for the Emam, so we must keep asking ourselves, "Am i the 313th?" It shouldn't be that my negligence is hindering the Emam to come, because honestly, the time is ready... He wants to come and He is more desperate than us to carry on his mission,  He is more hurt by what is happening to His Shia'hs than we can ever be, but due to the absence of 313 alive, He can't come.... So We must be Actively doing Entedhaar and being extra particular about our actions and about our every move because we may never know, You might be the three Hundred and Thirteenth (EnshaAllah), and Emam might just be waiting in Tears, Pain and Agony for YOU to rectify yourself, uplift yourself to be among His soldiers, so that the Veils can be lifted and He can Reappear to eradicate injustice and establish peace and justice. Therefore, also be careful that perhaps the injustice continues and innocent Shia'hs are suffering because You are the one delaying the Emam's Coming and His Mission...   YES it's a huge responsibility that every Shi'ah must carry out on individual, family, community and global basis and work together towards paving the way for the early re-appearance of the Emam; And You here is not limited to "you"  in particular as the reader, but as the writer of this article and as the one creating this awareness, it puts me in a more responsible and tighter position to work harder than you all towards this Lofty Mission - May Allah SWTT Guide us all...

    "Woh Hazer hai, Zaher nahi,
    Hum Zaher hai, Hazer nahi,
    Jis din hum Hazer hoge, Woh Zaher hoge"

    ... And as i pen off with tears in my heart, i end this post with a prayer from the bottomest bottom of my heart,-
    ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ (AS)
    ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ (AS)
    ALLAHUMMA 'AJJIL LI WALIYYEKAL FARAJ (AS)  :'(  
    Courtesy of Fatimiyyeh ©
    Ba Sadaaqat, Tofayl Va Taufeeq-az Ahlebayt AS
    Forever In Servitude & Adoration of The Mahdy (AS/AJTFS)
    * اللهمّ عجّل لوليّك الفرج عليه السلام *  
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    sarariz reacted to Fatimiyyeh in KOJAEE?... (Persian/Farsy Poetry - Seeking Emam Al-Mahdy AS/AFTFS)   
    KOJAEE?...   Ay Gol-e Zahraa SA, Kojaee,
    Ay Dil-e Hayder AS, Kojaae,
    Aaqa-e Rehbar AS, Kojaee,
    Kojaee, Kojaee, Kojaee...

    Mahdy-e Zahraa SA Bebin,
    Beduunet khaste shodeem,
    Har jaa negeh kardeem,
    Shoma ro montazereem...

    Aqaa Juun,

    Dilem sangeene,
    Raah bad-tareene,
    Aashiqet mojreme,
    Juunam Kojaee, Kojaee, Kojaee...

    Aya iin ra nemigham angeeze keh ma hume mibeneem,
    Vali nemitonem Noor-e Purnooret ro mibineem?
    Aya iin khafqaan nageraftan keh ma midoneem Shoma enjaaed,
    Vali nemitonem Noor-e chishmem ro mibineem?

    Aqaa Juun,
    Dilem shakisteh,
    Roohem az ham-pasheedeh,
    Zindageem paara kondeh,
    Aqaa Juunam Kojaee, Kojaee, Kojaee....?
    :'(  :'(

    ========= Translation :=========

    O' Flower of Zahraa SA, Where are You,
    O' Heart of Hayder AS, Where are You,
    O' Master the Savior AS, Where are You,
    Where are You, Where are You, Where are You...

    O' Mahdy of Zahraa SA, look at us,
    Without You we are Breaking,
    We search for You every where,
    We ardently await Your Coming...

    Beloved Master,
    We're carrying heavy hearts,
    We're lost on the worst paths,
    Your lovers are hand-cuffed,
    My Beloved, Where are You, Where are You, Where are You...

    Oh isn't it tragic that we see everything,
    But can not envision Your Illuminating Light?
    Oh isn't it chocking that we know You're Present,
    But we cannot see the Light of our eyes?

    Beloved Master,
    Our Hearts have shattered,
    Our Souls have torn apart,
    Our Lives have scattered,
    My Beloved Master, Where are You, Where are You, Where are You...?
    :'(  :' (

    اللهمّ صلّ على محمّد وآل محمّد وعجّل فرجهم

    Courtesy of Fatimiyyeh ©
    Ba Sadaaqat, Tofayl va Taufeeq-az Ahlebayt AS
    Forever In Servitude & Adoration of The Mahdy (AS/AJTFS)
    * اللهمّ عجّل لوليّك الفرج عليه السلام *    
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    sarariz reacted to Fatimiyyeh in Soccha tha aaj Aap Aaoge... (Urdu Poetry in Ardence to Emam Al Hujjah AS/AJTFS)   
    Soccha tha aaj Aap Aaoge,
    Ghaybat ke hujuub ko hataaoge,
    Batel ke saamne maydan sajaaoge,
    Zulfeqaar ke pyaas ko bujhaaoge....

    Karbalaa ka Pharayra phir se lehraaoge,
    Khuuni-e Khuun-e Nahaqq ke khuun bahaaoge,
    Khushnoodi-e Aamad ke Rangg laaoge,
    Haqq ke saath Aap phir Muskuraaoge...

    Dard-e Dil-e Zahraa (SA) ka Marham Le ke aaoge,
    Yuun chamakti sitaron par Aap haawi hojaoge,
    Apne Noor se faani noorein ko bujaadoge,
    Har Tabarraii ko Maqsad-e Hayaat dilaaoge...

    Soccha tha aaj Aap Aaoge,
    Ragge Batel ko khoob jalaaoge,
    "Fatimeh" ke pukaar ko barh laaoge,
    Soccha tha Aaj Aap Aaoge
    Soccha tha...
    ... Aaj Aap Aaoge... :'(

    (Aajaaiye naa... Aajaaiye naa...)

    Courtesy of Fatimiyyeh ©
    Ba Sadaaqat, Tofayl va Taufeeq-az Ahlebayt AS
    Forever In Servitude & Adoration of The Mahdy (AS/AJTFS)
    * اللهمّ عجّل لوليّك الفرج عليه السلام *
     
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