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  1. (salam) Curse on yazeed and his Family is right or wrong ?
  2. عظم الله اجورنا واجوركم استشهاد امير المؤمنين عليه السلام

  3. "If you're alone, I'll be your shadow. If you want to cry, I'll be your shoulder. If you want a hug, I'll be your pillow. If you need to be happy, I'll be your smile...

  4. Your true friend is the one who participates in your efforts and for the sake of your gain, is prepared to suffer losses.

  5. Jab kabi ma sochta hoon k mairi khilkat ka sabab kia hai To batin say bas aik sada ati hai bas matam e Hussain A.S

    1. lover of Mola

      lover of Mola

      wah subhanAllah

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  6. Allah almighty forgives everyone but the main thing is that we should ask Allah for our forgiveness with the depth of our heart
  7. Some Traditions on the Virtues of Imam Ali (as) It is narrated that: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH&HF) said: "He who wants to see Noah (as) in his determination, Adam (as) in his knowledge, Abraham (as) in his clemency, Moses (as) in his intelligence and Jesus (as) in his religious devotion should look at Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as)." Sunni references: Sahih al-Bayhaqi Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, as quoted in Sharh Ibn Abil Hadid, v2, p449 Tafsir al-Kabir, by Fakhruddin al-Razi, under the commentary of the Verse of Imprecation (Mubahilah), v2 p288. He wrote this tradition has been accepted as all genuine. Ibn Batah has recorded it as a tradition related by Ibn Abbas as is stated in the book "Fat'h al-Mulk al-Ali bi Sihah Hadith-e-Bab-e-Madinat al-Ilm", p34, by Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Siddeeq al-Hasani al-Maghribi. Among those who have admitted that Imam Ali (as) is the store house of the secrets of all the Prophets is the Chief of Gnostics, Muhyiddin al-Arabi, from whom al-Arif al-Sha'rani has copied it in his al-Yawaqeet wa al-Jawahir (p172, topic 32). It is also narrated that: The Prophet (PBUH&HF) said: "There is amongst you a person who will fight for the interpretation of the Quran just as I fought for its revelation." The people around him raised their heads and cast inquisitive glances at the Prophet (PBUH&HF) and at one another. Abu Bakr and Umar were there. Abu Bakr inquired if he was that person and the Prophet (PBUH&HF) replied in the negative. Then Umar inquired if he was that person and the Prophet (PBUH&HF), replied "No. He is the one who is repairing my shoes (i.e., Ali)." Abu Said Khudri said: Then we went to Ali and conveyed the good news to him. He did not even raise his head and remained as busy as he was, as if he had already heard it from the Messenger of Allah (PBUH&HF)." Sunni references: al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p122, who said this tradition is genuine based on the criteria of al-Bukhari and Muslim. al-Dhahabi, also records it in his Talkhis al-Mustadrak and admitted that it is genuine according to the standard of the two Shaikhs. Khasa'is, by al-Nisa'i, p40 Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, v3, pp 32-33 Kanz al-Ummal, by al-Muttaqi al-Hindi, v6, p155 Majma' al-Zawa'id, by al-Haythami, v9, p133 Ahmad Ibn Hanbal and al-Hakim recorded with authentic document from Abu Said al-Khudri, that the Apostle of God said to Ali: "Verily you will do battle for (implementation of) the Quran, as you has done for its revelation." Sunni reference: Tarikh al-Khulafaa, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p173 al-Hakim recorded that Anas Ibn Malik narrated that the Holy Prophet said to Ali: " You shall inform my nation about the truth and what they dispute after me": Sunni reference: al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p112, who wrote this is an authentic Hadith according to the stipulation of the two Shaikhs (al-Bukhari and Muslim). [This would mean that the chain of narrators are considered to be authentic as stipulated by Bukhari and Muslim] The first Muslim It is an undisputed fact that Imam Ali was the first man to embrace Islam after the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF). Below are some of the references Ibn Abi Shaybah and Ibn Asakir recorded on the authority of Salim Ibn Abi Jaad that he said: I asked of Muhammad Ibn Hanifah, "was Abu Bakr the first of the people to adopt Islam?" He replied: "No". And Ibn Asakir on a reliable ascription from Muhammad Ibn Sa'd Ibn Abi Waqqas, that he said to his father Sa'd: "was Abu Bakr al-Siddeeq the first of you in embracing the faith?" He said: "No, for there were more than five people in faith before him" Ibn Kathir says: "it is clear that Muhammad's family believed before every other - his wife Khadija, his freedman Zaid and the Wife of Zaid Umm Ayman and Ali and Warakah." Sunni reference: Tarikh al-Khulafaa, by Jalaluddin al-Suyuti, p33 (History of the Caliphs translated by Major Barrett) It is also narrated that Anas Ibn Malik said: "The Messenger was commissioned on Monday and Ali believed in him on Tuesday." Sunni reference: al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p112 al-Hakim also narrated that: Salman al-Farsi said that the Messenger of God said: "The first one of you to drink from the Basin on the Day of Judgment is your first Muslim, Ali, the son of Abu Talib." Sunni reference: al-Mustadrak, by al-Hakim, v3, p112 Ibn Hisham recorded that: Ali Ibn Abi Talib was the first male to believe in the Messenger of God and that he prayed with him while he was only ten years old. Sunni reference: Biography of the Prophet, by Ibn Hisham, v1, p245 The famous Sunni Historian, al-Tabari also wrote: The first three to offer prayers were Muhammad (PBUH&HF) , Khadija and Ali (as). Sunni reference: History al-Tabari, v2, p65 Also Khateeb al-Baghdadi, in his book quotes Imam Ali that: Ali said: "I was the first one to accept Islam at the hands of the Holy Prophet." Tarikh, by al-Khateeb al-Baghdadi, v4, p333
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    2. lover of Mola

      lover of Mola

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    3. soldier of mola

      soldier of mola

      yeah thanx now m a advance member =D

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  9. Some Traditions on the Virtues of Imam Ali (as) It is narrated that: The Messenger of Allah (PBUH&HF) said: "He who wants to see Noah (as) in his determination, Adam (as) in his knowledge, Abraham (as) in his clemency, Moses (as) in his intelligence and Jesus (as) in his religious devotion should look at Ali Ibn Abi Talib (as)." Sunni references: Sahih al-Bayhaqi Musnad Ahmad Ibn Hanbal, as quoted in Sharh Ibn Abil Hadid, v2, p449 Tafsir al-Kabir, by Fakhruddin al-Razi, under the commentary of the Verse of Imprecation (Mubahilah), v2 p288. He wrote this tradition has been accepted as all genuine. Ibn Batah has recorded it as a tradition related by Ibn Abbas as is stated in the book "Fat'h al-Mulk al-Ali bi Sihah Hadith-e-Bab-e-Madinat al-Ilm", p34, by Ahmad Ibn Muhammad Ibn Siddeeq al-Hasani al-Maghribi. Among those who have admitted that Imam Ali (as) is the store house of the secrets of all the Prophets is the Chief of Gnostics, Muhyiddin al-Arabi, from whom al-Arif al-Sha'rani has copied it in his al-Yawaqeet wa al-Jawahir (p172, topic 32).
  10. YA Ali asws MAdad " MAi Hi Wo ZulQarnaiN Hun Jiska Zikr Sahai'F Aula MAi Kya GAya HAi, MAi Hun ADam Awl KA SAthi, MAi hun NooH Awl KA MAdadgar,Mai Hun IbraheeM KA MuniS JAb Aag MAi Daly GAy, MAi NooH KA RafiQ Or Unka NijaaT DilanaY Wala Hun, MAi TakleeF MAi AyooB KA RafiQ Or Un ko NijaaT DilanaY Wala Hun, YousuF KA KuwaiN MAi RAfiQ Or KuwaiN Se NikalnaY Wala B MAi Hun, MAi MooSa Or KhizaR KA Sahab Or TaleeM DenaY Wala Hun, Mai Ny Moosa Ko Bahr Mai BAchaya Or FirooN Ko GharQ Kya, Mai Hun Naqa e SaleH KA SAhaB, MAi Hun Ali e Murtaza Jesa RAsooL Akram saww Ny Farmaya k Ali Mujhse ZahiR Huwa Hai." Mola e KainaaT HAzrat Ali asws ... BooK # Nehjul Israr Jild # 1, PagE # 119
  11. YA Ali asws MAdad " MAi Hi Wo ZulQarnaiN Hun Jiska Zikr Sahai'F Aula MAi Kya GAya HAi, MAi Hun ADam Awl KA SAthi, MAi hun NooH Awl KA MAdadgar,Mai Hun IbraheeM KA MuniS JAb Aag MAi Daly GAy, MAi NooH KA RafiQ Or Unka NijaaT DilanaY Wala Hun, MAi TakleeF MAi AyooB KA RafiQ Or Un ko NijaaT DilanaY Wala Hun, YousuF KA KuwaiN MAi RAfiQ Or KuwaiN Se NikalnaY Wala B MAi Hun, MAi MooSa Or KhizaR KA Sahab Or TaleeM DenaY Wala Hun, Mai Ny Moosa Ko Bahr Mai BAchaya Or FirooN Ko GharQ Kya, Mai Hun Naqa e SaleH KA SAhaB, MAi Hun Ali e Murtaza Jesa RAsooL Akram saww Ny Farmaya k Ali Mujhse ZahiR Huwa Hai." Mola e KainaaT HAzrat Ali asws ... BooK # Nehjul Israr Jild # 1, PagE # 119
  12. WILAYAT E ALI AMEER UL MOMINEEN WAJIB Imam Muhammad Baqar Ny Farmaya: " Musalmano Ki Eid Ul Fitar Ho Ya Qurbaani Ya Jumma Is Mai Aal e Muhammad jjh Ka Ghum Taza Ho Jata Hai Is Liye K Hum Apnay Haq (Namaz e Eid Or Jumma Ki Imamat) Ko Dosron K Hathon Mai Dekhtay Hain " ... Ref: Hashiya Sahifa e Kamila, Dua:43Ref: Wa Ailu Shiya Vol,5, PG,136 Imam Muhammad Baqar a.s "Khuda ki Qasam Aasman me Farishton ki 70,000 safain hen agr Ehl e Zameen mil kr b Unko Gin'na chahen tu Hargiz Gin nai sakte. Ye sare Farishte HAMARi WiLAYAT k zariye se Allah ka Qurb Hasil krte hen" Ref: Usoo£ e Kafi Vol.1 Pg. 379
  13. IMAM JAFER SADIQ A.S NE FARMAYA AY EBRAHEEM IMAM E QAIM A.J.F SHION K TAWEEL KURB O PARESHANI AUR KHOOF O GHAM MEN MUBTILA REHNE K BAAD ZAHOOR FARMAYE GEN RF KAMALUDEEN VOL 2 PG 343 HAZRAT iMAM JAFAR SADiQ_asw Farmate Hain: "HAZRAT ABU TALiB_asw Eimaan Ka Tahafuz Hain, Aur As'haab_E_Kahaf Ki Manind Hain." Ref: 14 Sitaare, Page#41.
  14. The woman of today has witnessed a regression to a modern "Age of Ignorance". By way of deceiving platitudes such as "the equality of men and women", "freedom", "women's suffrage", and "human rights", the political and economic leaders of the world have turned women into cheap laborers and playthings in the hands of men, thereby stripping them of their very humanity. A woman's chastity, no matter what position she holds, is vulnerable to such exploitation. In the wake of this regression, the nuclear family, which is the very backbone of society, is crumbling. It is for these reasons that the world is once again in dire need of a movement like the revolution of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) to restore humanity to all people – but especially women – and to show mankind the way to true perfection. The Shia – from the time of the Prophet himself – have taken the promised appearance of the Mahdi to heart, and have been in a constant state of anticipation. His shall be a revolution to overturn the world. In particular, the regression in the status of women will be reversed. In the pre-Islamic "Age of Ignorance", women were not considered human. It followed that they were offered no rights, and in some cases, their very existence was considered such a source of embarrassment that newborn girls were buried alive. The Prophet Muhammad injected new life into that society. He granted women rights and responsibilities that corresponded to the rights and responsibilities of men. The same women who before the rise of Islam were property in the hands of man to be gifted at his will and to be bequeathed to his sons were themselves granted the right to hold property and to inherit property from men. Islam raised the station of women to such an extent that the Prophet Muhammad accepted their pledges of allegiance. They were allowed to accompany the Muslim armies to the battlefield as teachers and nurses and moral support for the troops. The Muslim woman could be a teacher and defender of the law, and by fulfilling these roles, could rise above the station of the angels. From one perspective, the importance of her role exceeds man's role, for she "creates" other human beings and rears them. In the words of Ayatollah Khomeini, "It is because of the upbringing of the mother that a man ascends to his perfection." However, with the passing of time, the status of women in both non-Islamic and Islamic societies has once again sunk to pre-Islamic levels. Imam al-Mahdi's revolution will overturn the world order and unify the entire world under the banner of true Islam. The status of women will be no exception from this new order, for women will be returned to their rightful station. Our knowledge of what is to occur in the age following this revolution is limited to what we can glean from the narrations concerning what is known as Mahdawiyyah (the study of the Mahdi) and historical documentation of the formative years of Islam. In some ways, the Islamic Revolution in Iran and its aftershocks throughout the world as well as the pivotal role played by women during and after that revolution may serve as weak indicators of what the role of women might be during the rule of the Mahdi. The following narrations concern the role of women after the Mahdi's revolution: Ja'far al-Ju'afi narrates from Imam Muhammad al-Baqir (peace be upon him): "The Mahdi will rise up...along with 313 men and fifty women without any previous arrangement among themselves, like separate clouds clustering in the sky, one after another. This is the meaning of the verse where Allah says, 'Wherever you may be, Allah will gather you together. Allah is capable of all things.' (2:148) They will pledge their allegiance to the Mahdi between the Black Stone (of the Ka'bah) and the Station of Ibrahim, and the Mahdi will rise up with them from Mecca." (Bihar al-Anwar) Abdullah bin Bukayr narrates from Humran bin A'yan who narrates from Imam al-Baqir: "In the Age of the Mahdi, knowledge will be so pervasive that even a woman in her house will judge according to the Book of Allah and the sunnah of the Prophet." (Ibid.) The vast majority of narrations concerning the Mahdi mention theological arguments to establish his Imamate, teleological phenomena that will occur before his appearance, and the new order that will take form during his rule. With respect to many of the details and the division of labor between men and women, the narrations are silent. Ayatollah Khomeini said, "Islam wants men and women to attain perfection. Islam saved women from the Age of Ignorance. Islam has not served men as much as it has served women. You do not realize what woman was and what she has become." He also said, "Not only does Shi'ism not sideline women in societal matters, it places them in their rightful position as human beings. We approve of the technological advancements of the West. However, we reject the corruption of the West." In another statement he says, "Women hold a pivotal role in societal structure. Islam has lifted women to the extent that they can break free from being a mere commodity and assume their position as human beings. Accordingly, they can assume responsibilities within an Islamic government." AUTHOR OF THIS ARTICLE: AYATOLLAH MAHDI HADAVI TEHRANI
  15. IMAM E ZAMANA AJF YAMEN K SHEHR KURAH SE ZAHOOR FARMAYE GEN Ravi ka Bayan hay Hazret Mohammad s.a.w ne Farmaya Aur Pher Un Ka Imam Un Se Gaib Hojaye ga. ... Aur us K Liye Do(2) Ghebaten honge Ek Ghebat Dosri Ghebat se Taweel hoge RAVI KA BAYAN HAY pher Rasool Khuda s.a.w ne mere tarf Matwajo Howe Aur Buland Awaz se Farmaya Jab Mere Saativeen(7th)Farzand ka Panchwan(5th) Farzand Ghayeb hojaye To Bacho Bacho ! Hazret Ali a.s ne Arz Kiya Ya Rasool Allah Zamana Ghebat men Imam e Qaim a.j.f ka Kaya Haal hoga? Ap Ne Irshaad Farmaya: Wo Saber Se Kaam Ly Ga Yahan Tak k Allah Tala Is K Zahoor ki Ejazt Dy ga Jab Ejazt Mil Jaye ge To Wo YAMAN K EK KARIYA SE JIS KO "KURAH" KAHA JATA HAY ZAHOOR KARE GA. Is K Sir Par Mera Amama Hoga Hoga Jism Par Mere Zirah hoge Qamer par mere Talwar Zulfiqaar hoge aur ek manadi ye nida dy ga k " Ye Mehdi Khlifa Khuda hay" Tum Loog In Ki Pervi karo Ye Zameen ko Qast o Adel Se Bhar Dy ga jis tara Wo Zulm o Joor Se Bhri hoge Aur Is Waqet Dunia ka Ye Haal hoga K Sab Loog Bari Museebat Men Mubtila honge Ek Dosre ko Halak karne men lage honge na bare choton par Reham o karm kare gen Aur Naa Koi Taqat war Kisi Kamzoor Par Meharbani kare Ga Us Waqet Allah Un ko Zahoor Ka Hukam Dy Ga. Ref: Behar ul Anwaar Vol 12 page no 438,439
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