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  1. Hi guys, I saw this chat group and it was about Mahdi and number 313. What's the connection? I'm curious because one of the important battles in Babi and Baha'i history was the battle of fort tabarsi, where 313 Babis were fighting against thousands of shahs army, and they won.
  2. SIAR14

    313 Companions

    We do hear and sometimes read precisely about 313 companions of Imam (A.S). I tried to find online book regarding 313 companions of IMAM (A.S) in english but unfortunate I didn't find any book. Kindly if someone can share a LINK or PDF Book online regarding 313 companions of IMAM (A.S).
  3. A miracle of Imam Mahdi (atf) told by Sayed Ammar Nakshawani
  4. ShiaMan14

    72 or 313

    Salaam. Hypothetically, if you had the option of either being one of the 72 of Imam Hussain (as) or one of the 313 of Imam Mahdi (as), which option would you choose and why?
  5. Hugo Boss

    Do you have a lot of knowledge

    https://discord.gg/yGq5sU guys, there is a discord channel, which has a lot of Sunnis. They have a lot of questions to us, and there are not that many here. Please join in, and help to defend tawheed! HALP
  6. AliMohammed

    313

    Salam Aleikum. Since our ultimate goal in this life is to establish truth and eradicate injustice, we should all long for the reappearance of our Savior Imam Al-Mahdi ÚÌøá Çááøå ÝÑÌå ÇáÔÑíÝ. But the Imam does not appear unless his truthful 313 companions are ready... What are the significant attributes of these 313 and how could we be a part of them. Are these 313 chosen by Allah or does every one of us have the potential to be among them? If anyone could refer some narrations from the Ahlulbayt(as) concerning this i would be grateful. Jazakallah khair jaz'a.
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  8. Abbas Ali Akbar

    Imam Mahdi (A.s) Quotes!

    Quotes of Imam Mahdi (atfs) Salam dear brothers and sisters, here are some quotes of Imam Mahdi a.s that i share :) enjoy..!! :yaali: “I am the Mahdi. I am the Qaem of the time” (Bihar V.52 p.2) “I am the one who will fill it (the earth with justice as it would be full of tyranny”. (Bihar, V.52, P.2) . “I am the reminder of Allah in His earth”. (Bihar, V.52, p 24) “I am the avenger from His enemies”. (Bihar, v.52, p.24) “I am the seal of successors”. (Bihar, V.52, p.30) “And through me shall Allah, the Mighty and Glorious, drive away the calamities from my progeny and my Shia’s”. (Bihar, V,52, P.30) “Surely, I am indeed the (cause of) security for the inhabitant of the earth”. (Bihar, V 53 p181) . “When Allah permits us to speak, truth will prevail and falsehood will vanish”. (Bihar, V.53, p 196) . “And as for those who fix the time (of re-appearance) they are Iiars”. (Bihar, V,53 p.181) . “Invoke more for the hastening of the re-appearance, for surely this is your safety”. (Bihar) . “There were none of my fore fathers except that the allegiance of the oppressive rulers of their times was in their necks”. (i.e. the previous Imams were forced to pay allegiance). “As for deriving benefit from me in my occultation is like deriving benefit from the sun when it hides behind the clouds”. (Bihar, V.53, p 181) . “And surely on my re-appearance, whenever I reappear, there will be no allegiance in my neck of any of the oppressive tyrants”. (Bihar. V,53, p 181) “If any incident occurs (now) then refer for it to the narrators of our traditions. For surely, they are my proof on you and I am the proof of Allah upon them”. (Bihar, V. 53, p 181) . “For surely our knowledge encompasses information about you and none of your news is concealed from us”. (Bihar, V. 53, p 175) “Surely, we do not neglect your conditions nor are we forgetful of your remembrance”. (Bihar, V. 53, p 175) . “Then each one of you should do those deeds which bring you closer to our love”. (Bihar, V. 53, p 176) . “And you must refrain from (all such acts) which make you nearer to our displeasure and our anger”. (Bihar 53/176) . “Then nothing keeps us away from them except that they attach to us what we dislike”. (Bihar. 53/177) . “As for your wealth, we shall not accept it except that it should be purified (halaal). Then whoever wants, he can associate (with us) and whoever wants, he can sever”. (Bihar, V 53 p 180) . “Whoever eats from our wealth (i.e. Khums) even an iota then he is taking fire in his abdomen and soon shall he be castled in it”. (Bihar V.53, p 183) . “Allah’s, the Mighty and the Glorious, Destinies are not overpowered, and His intentions are not rejected, and His Grace is not left behind”. (Bihar 53/191) . “Seeking knowledge through any other means than us Ahle’Bait, tantamount to denial (in our mastership)”. (Kitab Deen-o-Fitrat: Vol – 1) “. “Surely Allah the Almighty, did not create the creatures in vain and did not provide them freedom without reason”. (Bihar V 53/194) . “(Allah) sent Mohammad (s.a.w.s) as a mercy unto the worlds and completed his bounties. Through him”. (Bihar ,53/194) . “And He sealed through him (Mohammad S.A) His prophets and sent him to the whole of mankind”. (Bihar 53/194) . “Surely, the earth can never be void of a divine proof, whether, he is seen or hidden”. (Bihar 53/91) . “Allah, Mighty and Glorious be He, has denied the truth any thing except perfection and falsehood except destruction”. (Bihar, 53/193) . “Certainly there is no (physical) relationship between Allah, Mighty and Glorious be He and any body else”. (Bihar 53/180) “Nothing is better than namaz to make shaitan bite the dust, then perform namaz and make Shaitan bite the dust”. (Bihar 53/182) . “The thanks giving prostration is amongst the most necessary and obligatory Sunnah”. (Bihar 53 – 161) . “I seek refuge in Allah from blindness after vision”. (Bihar 53/191) . “And from staying off after guidance”. (53/191). “And from the destructive acts and demolishing instigations”. (Bihar 53/191) “If you seek guidance you will be guided and if you search, you will find (the path)”. (Kamaluddin Vol 2. P 502) . “Then do not ask questions which do not hold any meaning for you”. (Bihar,V53 p181) . “And do not put yourself into (unnecessary) trouble in gaining knowledge in which you have sufficed yourself”. (Bihar 53/181) . “Surely the truth is with us and in us and non can say like this except us. And if any one says then he is a liar a deceiver. None claims thus other than us except a strayed and lost one. “Our hearts are the vessels of Allah’s intentions”. Then whenever He is pleased, We are pleased”. (Bihar V. 52/ p 51) . “If our Shias (May Allah give them opportunity of obedience) would be firm on their promises wholeheartedly, our meeting would not be delayed”. “Then everyone of you shall act in a manner which makes him nearer to our love and refrain from those acts which makes him proximate to our dislike and our anger. For surely, our affair (re-appearance) will be sudden and unexpected when neither repentance shall benefit him nor shall remorse from sins save him from our chastisement”. “Nothing shall keep us away from the (Shias) except their news to us of those things which we dislike and do not expect from them. And Allah is the Helper
  9. Slm Wanted to share and ask for dua in your ayat-prayer,next friday.Thank you.I'll mention you,too inshallah. "...the partial eclipse is visible across a large part of the northern hemisphere, including the whole of Europe, Greenland, Newfoundland, northern Africa and western Asia." The partial eclipse will begin in London at 08:25 GMT. Maximum eclipse will be reached at 09:31 GMT when 85 percent of the sun will be blocked out. The eclipse ends at 10:41 GMT." http://www.hngn.com/articles/76266/20150311/eclipse-anticipated-march-20-deepest-1999-uk-ireland-expecting-great.htm Ayat-prayerhttp://www.al-islam.org/islamic-laws-ayatullah-abul-qasim-al-khui/prayer-signs-salat-al-ayat
  10. Abbas Ali Akbar

    Imam Mahdi (A.s) In A Dream

    IMAM MEHDI (A.S) in a Dream. Salam my dear shia brothers and sisters. Im not claiming to be anything but a slave of Allah and a follower of Ahlulbayt. Please dont be rude and ignorant, but down to earth individuals whom helps each other :). Date: 23rd November 2013 Time: 6am – 7am Morning after Fajr Namaz Place: Home Story: Let’s start with some background story then to the actual dream; few days back I was in class teaching people about Islam e.g. the Ahlulbayt way. I also revealed to my mates some references from their books (Sunni books), (Bible) and the holy Qur’an about the Ahlulbayt – specially based on Imam Ali (A.S) and his leadership e.g. why he was chosen caliph by Allah. Nevertheless, I taught my mates not to smoke or commit any sins as its haram. They treat me with respect and one stated that I should become an Imam (teacher or Mullah). i told my mates how everything about Ahlulbayt getting rubbed of their books and that Imam Mehdi (A.S) will come with Prophet Isa (A.S) and make the world one religion ‘ISLAM’ and make in every country, groups shouting La Illaha Illallah. When I came home yesterday 22nd November 2013 I got ready for prayer and prayed. Prayed the night as well, and off to bed I went. Woke up in the morning, thinking to myself ah I’m so tried, I should pray tomorrow. However, I remembered it’s the Shaytan making me think these awful thoughts so I got up quick and took a ghosul as it was only 30 min before Fajr azaan and I needed to pray Namaz eh Shab 11 rekat (recommend in the Quran and Imams). When I prayed Namaz a Shab I felt relieved and waited for Fajr Namaz. Eventually, when I finished my Fajr Namaz, I also prayed 2 rekat for I’m Hussein and 2 for Imam Mehdi (A.S)’s zahoor. I felt victorious and light when I overcame Shaytan and accomplished prayers. Went back to bed - It was 6:05; recited Ayatul Qursi 3 times and Nad Eh Ali 1 time and slept on my right hand side. My dream started by me being emotional sad as I had an argument with my mother. I think I left the house and dreams change events as everyone knows. I was going to a mosque an underground kind, where it started by stairs and in to the actual mosque I think I was wearing full white. I met my cousin there, he was wearing some red flowers around his neck, I think it was to resemble something, he asked “have you got one”. I replied “I have love for Allah and Ahlulbayt in my heart” meaning I don’t need one. I entered the mosque, I remember people in white or black clothes - hearing someone upfront announcing that doing something and you get an award. I sat down next to my cousin but leaving space as I was leaning on the wall. Lights were off and a poetic person was reciting Noha. I started thinking why not cry for multiple things; killings of Imams and my sins. I started to cry and cry while my hand placed on my face. We all stood up to do Matam and I was once again leaning on the wall but standing this time, crying and crying, although everyone had stopped crying. I remember someone saying “He looks different” to my cousin, (I think meaning from the family of Imams maybe) because my uncle once said I look different, like from the family of Ahlulbayt. I kept crying and thinking to myself “Why don’t you come O Imam Mehdi (A.S), I want to meet you”. Everyone was walking up the stairs and out of the mosque, I did so to. I was still crying; as I approached half way of the stairs, I see a man in old brown clothes walking down the stairs past me to the mosque although everyone was getting out. I said Imam Mehdi, my cousin said don’t let him go, so I grabbed his hand (the way people shake hands) he held my hand the way Mullahs do. He put his other hand finger to his mouth and said shhh. I didn’t say a word. I looked at his face which was half covered by the brown cloth. He looked young around my age but at the same time he felt old enough and had the mentality of a very wise man. His arm was very long, around 2 and a half of mine. However, he felt short to me, maybe because his was on fewer steps lower than me. He face looked very familiar, I can’t really explain in words to be honest. Someone I’ve possibly seen in the mosque or Jalous before. I let go of his hand as he wasn’t for sure letting go because he had the personality of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as Imam Ali (A.S) Said: When the Prophet shakes someone’s hand. I never see him let go first. I got out and my cousin said did you record the events in the mosque e.g. the people reciting Noha. I said no and got up from my dream. This dream was really weird, not all of it but the Imams physical characteristics e.g. very long hand and face due to the fact that I couldn’t take it in properly. I may not have been Imam Mehdi (A.S) but why would I randomly shout Imam Mehdi (A.S)? Why would he wear old brown clothes? Why would he shhh me? He probably didn’t want everyone to know that he’s there or something. Has anyone got a shia scholar's email, who can interpret dreams? I love you all, YA ALI MADAD a.s W.Salam
  11. Salamun Alaikum, I came across a very stunning hadith, and I would like to share it and receive your reflection. I got it from Chapter 12 of Ghaybah Nu'mani. 4 - ÍÏËäÇ ÃÈæ ÓáíãÇä ÃÍãÏ Èä åæÐÉ ÇáÈÇåáí¡ ÞÇá: ÍÏËäÇ ÃÈæ ÅÓÍÇÞ ÅÈÑÇåíã Èä ÅÓÍÇÞ ÇáäåÇæäÏí ÓäÉ ËáÇË æÓÈÚíä æãÇÆÊíä ÞÇá: ÍÏËäÇ ÚÈÏ Çááå Èä ÍãÇÏ ÇáÃäÕÇÑí ÓäÉ ÊÓÚ æÚÔÑíä æãÇÆÊíä¡ Úä ÑÌá¡ Úä ÃÈí ÚÈÏ Çááå A: Ãäå ÏÎá Úáíå ÈÚÖ ÃÕÍÇÈå ÝÞÇá áå: ÌÚáÊ ÝÏÇß¡ Åäí æÇááå ÃÍÈß æÃÍÈ ãä íÍÈß¡ íÇ ÓíÏí ãÇ ÃßËÑ ÔíÚÊßã¡ ÝÞÇá áå: ÃÐßÑåã¡ ÝÞÇá: ßËíÑ¡ ÝÞÇá: ÊÍÕíåã¿ ÝÞÇá: åã ÃßËÑ ãä Ðáß. ÝÞÇá ÃÈæ ÚÈÏ Çááå A: ÃãÇ áæ ßãõáÊ ÇáÚÏøÉ ÇáãæÕæÝÉ ËáÇËãÇÆÉ æÈÖÚÉ ÚÔÑ ßÇä ÇáÐí ÊÑíÏæä¡ æáßäø ÔíÚÊäÇ ãóä áÇ íÚÏæ ÕæÊå ÓãÚå æáÇ ÔÍäÇÄå ÈÏäå æáÇ íãÏÍ ÈäÇ ãÚáäÇð æáÇ íÎÇÕã ÈäÇ ÞÇáíÇð æáÇ íÌÇáÓ áäÇ ÚÇíÈÇð æáÇ íÍÏË áäÇ ËÇáÈÇð æáÇ íÍÈ áäÇ ãÈÛÖÇð æáÇ íÈÛÖ áäÇ ãÍÈÇð. (4) Abu Sulayman Ahmad bin Hawtha al-Bahili narrated from Abu Iss~haq Ibraheem bin Iss~haq an-Nahawandi from Abdullah bin Hammad al-Ansari from someone that one of the companions had come to Abu Abdullah as-Sadiq (s) and said to him: “May I die for you! By Allah, I love you and love whoever loves you. O my master, how many your Shia are!” Abu Abdullah as-Sadiq (s) said: “Would you please mention them?” The man said: “They are too many.” He said: “Could you count them?” The man said: “They are much more than to be counted.” Abu Abdullah as-Sadiq (s) said: “If the number becomes three hundred and a little more then what you want will happen. Our Shia are those, whose voice dose not pass beyond their ears, nor does their zeal go beyond their body, nor do they praise us openly, nor quarrel with anyone because of us, nor sit with anyone criticizing us, nor talk with anyone abusing us, nor love whoever hates us and do not hate whoever loves us.” ÝÞáÊ: ÝßíÝ ÃÕäÚ ÈåÐå ÇáÔíÚÉ ÇáãÎÊáÝÉ ÇáÐíä íÞæáæä Åäåã íÊÔíÚæä¿ ÝÞÇá: Ýíåã ÇáÊãííÒ æÝíåã ÇáÊãÍíÕ æÝíåã ÇáÊÈÏíá¡ íÃÊí Úáíåã Óäæä ÊÝäíåã¡ æÓíÝ íÞÊáåã¡ æÇÎÊáÇÝñ íÈÏÏåã. ÅäãÇ ÔíÚÊäÇ ãä áÇ íåÑø åÑíÑ ÇáßáÈ æáÇ íØãÚ ØãÚ ÇáÛÑÇÈ¡ æáÇ íÓÃá ÇáäÇÓ ÈßÝøå æÅä ãÇÊ ÌæÚÇð. ÞáÊ: ÌÚáÊ ÝÏÇß¡ ÝÃíä ÃØáÈ åÄáÇÁ ÇáãæÕæÝíä ÈåÐå ÇáÕÝÉ¿ ÝÞÇá: ÃØáÈåã Ýí ÃØÑÇÝ ÇáÃÑÖ¡ ÃæáÆß ÇáÎÝíÖ ÚíÔåã¡ ÇáãäÊÞáÉ ÏÇÑåã¡ ÇáÐíä Åä ÔåÏæÇ áã íÚÑÝæÇ¡ æÅä ÛÇÈæÇ áã íÝÊÞÏæÇ¡ æÅä ãÑÖæÇ áã íÚÇÏæÇ¡ æÅä ÎØÈæÇ áã íÒæøÌæÇ¡ æÅä ãÇÊæÇ áã íÔåóÏæÇ¡ ÃæáÆß ÇáÐíä Ýí ÃãæÇáåã íÊæÇÓæä¡ æÝí ÞÈæÑåã íÊÒÇæÑæä¡ æáÇ ÊÎÊáÝ ÃåæÇÄåã æÅä ÇÎÊáÝÊ Èåã ÇáÈáÏÇä. The man said: “Then how do we deal with these different groups, who pretend that they are Shia?” He said: “They will be tried, purified and distinguished. Years come that will perish them, a sword that will kill them and disagreement that will scatter them. Our real Shia are those, who do not growl like a dog, do not covet like a crow and do not ask people for alms even if they die of hunger.” The man said: “May I die for you! Where can I find such a kind of people?” He said: “You can find them in the far sides of the world. They are those, whose lives are so simple, whose abodes move from place to another, who if are seen, will not be known, if absent, will not be missed, if become ill, will not be visited, if propose to a woman, will not be married and if die, their funerals will not be attended. It is they, who divide their monies among them, who visit each other in their graves and who never disagree even if their countries are different.”[1] The same was narrated by Muhammad bin Hammam from Hameed bin Ziyad al-Kufi from al-Hasan bin Muhammad bin Suma’a from Ahmad bin al-Hasan al-Maythami from Ali bin Mansoor from Ibraheem bin Muhzim al-Asadi from his father from Abu Abdullah as-Sadiq (s) but with an addition: æÅäú ÑÃæÇ ãÄãäÇð ÃßÑãæå¡ æÅä ÑÃæÇ ãäÇÝÞÇð åÌÑæå¡ æÚäÏ ÇáãæÊ áÇ íÌÒÚæä¡ æÝí ÞÈæÑåã íÊÒÇæÑæä… “If they see a believer, they will honor him and if they see a hypocrite, they will leave him aside. They do not worry when about to die and they visit each other in their graves…”[2] [1] Biharul Anwar, vol.68 p.164, Mo’jam Ahadeeth al-Imam al-Mahdi, vol.4 p.10. [2] Ibid.
  12. a believer

    Role Of Women

    (bismillah) (salam) I was wondering if someone could tell me what would be the role of women when Imam al-Mahdi (atf) reappears? Will they be a part of the 313? How many of them?
  13. Regardless of whether a movement is at a communal, social, or national level, it eventually comes to a crossroad at which either it will move forward to see the changes it seeks, or come to an abrupt end. Islam began as a grassroots movement that saw the persecution and death of its followers. The pagan system was looking for any chance to destroy Islam, which was a severe threat to their establishment. The Meccans deeply regretted the fact that Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his progeny) was able to escape Mecca to Medina without being silenced, and now they were looking for any opportunity to destroy Islam. At the wells of Badr on the 17th of Ramadan, 2 AH, the Meccans tried to charge the Muslims and break their ranks. The Meccans tried multiple times but to no avail, as Hamza and Imam Ali (peace be upon them) kept the Muslim ranks firm. After multiple retreats by the Meccans and the death of Abu Jahl, the Meccans were unable to re-group, and the Battle of Badr had become a rout. The Muslims who were outmanned 3 to 1 and had an unbelievable disadvantage in the armor and weaponry category still managed to pull off a miraculous victory. There are four lessons we have to take from the Muslim victory in the Battle of Badr. Firstly, the Muslims were completely outnumbered in every category, but had Allah on their side. This clearly shows that when a group of sincere believers struggle in the way of Allah with pure intentions, regardless of how bleak a situation may look, Allah will always make the believers victorious. Within the past thirty years in the Middle East, certain movements went against all odds and became successful because they put their trust in Allah. This is a lesson for us today when we are trying to make a difference in our communities: change may seem impossible, but with the correct vision in the way of Allah and with a desire to attain Allah's nearness, anything can be accomplished. Number two, it is very obvious that the West is trying to assassinate the character of the Holy Prophet by accusing him of being "bloodthirsty" and a man who spread Islam by the sword. Ironically enough, the actions of the Muslims and the Holy Prophet proceeding up to the Battle of Badr and after prove these accusations wrong. The Holy Prophet fought his first battle thirteen years after he first proclaimed Islam. Within those thirteen years, the Muslims were tortured, socially and economically boycotted, and publicly humiliated. Yet after all of this, the Muslims never retaliated back. Even after the Battle of Badr, there were dozens of Meccan prisoners captured. If the Holy Prophet was truly a bloodthirsty and vengeful man of war, he would have had all the prisoners of war killed or severely punished. But instead, the prisoners were allowed to go free if they could teach ten Muslim children to read. Are these the actions of a man of terror or the actions of a man who was sent as a "Mercy to Creation"? Thirdly, the Muslims only had 313 warriors defending Islam, compared to the 1000 pagans. Today, the number 313 is widely discussed as we fervently anticipate the near advent of the Twelfth Imam (may Allah hasten his reappearance). The number 313 represents the number of core believers that the Holy Imam will have on his side to bring about the global justice that is promised. There is a concept behind the number 313 that needs to be grasped. The Holy Imam only needs a core group of 313 believers in order to reappear. There are over 1.5 billion Muslims in the world, and this has not yet happened. We must ask ourselves: are we preparing for the Reappearance? Are we willing to sacrifice for the cause of Imam Mahdi? Are we willing to obey all commands from Imam Mahdi without any hesitation? Lastly, it is of the utmost importance to study Islamic history, which is something Muslims tend to neglect. By studying Islamic history, we as Shias can bring an academic approach to our brothers in faith about who the true leaders after the Holy Prophet really were and which ones consistently disobeyed the commands of the Holy Prophet after his death. After all, certain alleged leaders after the Holy Prophet exposed themselves via their own actions, and these actions are mentioned in books on both sides. And in addition to the valuable lessons we will learn, we must always keep in mind that those who neglect history are doomed to repeat it. http://www.islamicin...-from-badr.html
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