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  1. The Daughters of the Holy Prophet(s.a.w.a.) in the Courts and the Market Kufa was the capital of Iraq and the capital of Hazrat Ali’s (a.s.). It was also a place of residence of Hazrat Ali’s (a.s.) friends and partisans. The walls and doors of Kufa were familiar with the eloquence of Hazrat Ali (a. s.). Janabe Zainab (a.s.) lived here as the daughter of the ruler. The women used to greet her as ‘the daughter of Ameerul Momeneen’ and ‘the daughter of Rasool Allah’. She was an extremely respected figure of the city. Today she was brought as a captive in this city. Those who had respected her wer
  2. At times a question comes to mind that, was there mourning for Imam Husain (a.s.) at the times of the Holy Imams (a.s.) and did they (a.s.) also observing mourning for Imam Husain (a.s.)? The fact is that the Holy Imams (a.s.) were observing mourning for Imam Husain (a.s.) and making arrangement for the same. Mourning for Imam Husain (a.s.) is not the creation of present times but the chain leads up to the Holy Imams (a.s.) and is observed till today, with the blessings of the Master of our times (a.t.f.s). We have the good fortune to present some examples, as under: Mourning for Imam Husain
  3. Salaams, Did anyone watch the programme about the destruction of Janatul Baqee and other holy sites on Ahlulbayt tv? Some really fascinating points emerged, one of the speakers had en-earthed some belongings of Bibi Fatima (as) in the house of her mother Bibi Khadija (as) which the saudi government built 1400 toilets over. It was really amazing programme, i would recommend that every muslim, especially Shia to watch it because it greatly concerns us, and that we should all unite and take a stand against this injustice for the sake of our religion, especially what it stands for and for our love
  4. Abu Bakr and Umar meet Janabe Zahra (sa) The effects of this tyranny stayed on the holy body of Janabe’ Zahra (a.s.). After this, she remained sad and became sick, till she was confined to the bed. The body started becoming weak and thin and nothing remained till she was reduced to a shadow of herself. She became severely sick. She did not permit those who had troubled her to visit her. Nobody saw her smile towards the end of her life. When her sickness intensified Umar told Abu Bakr, “I wish to visit Janabe’ Zahra (s.a.). We have offended her.” They sought permission to meet her, but she did
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