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  1. Her Name is Fatima An orphan is the name of a child who lost his mother, But what is the name of a mother who loses a child? Crushed between the door and the wall along with the souls of Hassanain, Robbed of her child, her right, her husband's, she fights through the pain. Her name is Fatima. The one whose essence mankind will never reach, For God Himself has shielded her with a protection that none can breach, Mistress of my soul and the women of the worlds, With her name and her hand the secret of this life unfurls, The strength of my heart and the strength of Haidar, The strength of the lion who conquered Khaybar, For who else can converse with such beauty and power, Fight the usurpers after the loss of Mohsen, the wilted flower? Her name is az-Zahra, the radiant light, illuminating a path, For those who want to see and be away from God's wrath, For he who angers az-Zahra has evoked the Messenger's displeasure, And no doubt, God's own wrath which follows is that beyond any measure, For who is so aligned with the will of her Creator, Which woman did He create, that other than her there is no greater? Her name is al-Batool, unsurpassed in every way, Be it the chastity, the virtue, or the worship she did display, No man equalled her strength the day she fought her right, Look around you now- see the destruction of Fatima's might. For which woman could have such eloquence and knowledge of the Book? Fadak was hers then and now, no matter what they took. Quoting the verses to them that were revealed to her very door, Every lie, every plot of theirs and tactic, into shreds she tore. For she is as-Siddiqa, the truthful, no matter who calls himself this too, A name is just a name but the truth lies in what we do, Ali is with the truth, truly this is no lie, And the truth is with Ali, but she will shortly die, Leaving behind a house that is both so full and bare, Full of Ali's grief, but of a mother's warmth, left bare, A homely nest no more, for its mother is no longer, A house that used to buzz with life, now remains mourning and sombre. Hassan holds her feet and Hussain cries on her chest, An imagine after which the heart of Ali will never find rest, Zainab and Kulthum sob as they await the darkness of night, One final farewell they crave before facing a new plight. And Ali...? A broken man, half a human, dealt his biggest blow, He sits with his head in his hands, and tears of anguish now freely flow. The lion, the warrior, the hero that roared with such might, Now quietly sobs for her pain and her loss, a flame of grief now alight. Two souls intertwined...now world's apart, A long journey of loneliness Ali has to start, Her orphans, her prayer mat, the memories of her days, With these he will survive, and he now says... 'A flower, nipped in the bud. From paradise it came, and to paradise it went, but has left its fragrance in my mind'.
  2. Qudsiyaa Taahera sardaar-e-nisaa hai Zehraa, Himmat-e-hasti-e-aurat ki sada hai zehraa, Aalam-e-jehl ke toofaañ na bujhaa paaye jise, Khalq-e-zan meiñ quvvat-e-shamm-e-haya hai zehraa Apna haqq jaanna laazim hai so ye yaad rakheñ Markaz-e-haqq-e-haqiiqi ka pata hai Zehraa, Ilm-o-Irfaan ka meyaar khirad se hai pare, Ilm ke shehr ki raunaq hai ana hai zehraa, Malka-e-khalq kahaañ or kahaañ baagh-e-fadak, Past-fitrat ko khaber kya ho ke kya hai Zehraa Majlis-e-sheh meiñ jab aao to khuloos-e-dil se, Mehv-e-riqqat jo sar-e-Farsh-e-aza hai Zehraa Gulshan-e-Ahmed-e-mursal hai mu.atter jis se, Paiker-e-sabr-o-gul-e-arsh-e-ulaa hai Zehraa Fakhr-e-rab ruu-e-muqaddas hai saraapaa ismat, Dasht-e-pasti meiñ balandi ki naba hai Zehraa, shakl-o-seerat meiñ baseerat ki har ek jumbish meiñ, Apne hi aap meiñ qur.aan-e-khudaa hai Zehraa Parda-e-azmat-e-niswaañ pe likha ho goya, Deen-e-islam ki zeenat ki ridaa hai Zehraa Shafqat-o-rehmat-e-khaaliq ki ziyaa hai Zehraa, noor ko noor ki naayaab ata hai Zehraa Zikr jinka hai ibadat ki har ek zeb-o-'zain', Lauh-e-mehfooz paa tehreer-e-baqaa hai Zehraa
  3. Reading Time: 2 minutes Some Saudi Salafi scholars invited Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) – the author of the Al-Ghadeer, arguably the most decisive book on the event of Ghadeer – for dinner. However Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) turned down their invitation. They insisted that Allmah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) accompany them. On insistence, Allmah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) acceded to their request. However, he put a condition that there would be no discussion or debate over dinner. They agreed. After dinner, a Salafi scholar in the assembly (there were around 70-80 of them) attempted to initiate a discussion. However, Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) refused to be drawn into a debate. Some of them suggested that in order to increase divine blessings, every scholar in the gathering should narrate a tradition from the Holy Prophet ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).a.) so that the gathering is illuminated through it. Those present there were are renowned traditionalists (Haafiz-e-hadees), a title conferred on those who have memorized at least a hundred thousand traditions. They started narrating traditions one by one until it was Allamah Amini’s ((رضي الله عنه).) turn. CLICK HERE FOR MORE STORIES Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) said – My condition for narrating the tradition is that when I have narrated the same, each one should confirm whether he considers this tradition authentic or not. All those present agreed. Thus Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) narrated the famous tradition of the Holy Prophet of Islam ((صلى الله عليه وآله وسلم).a.): قال رسول الله (صلوات الله علیه و آله ) : من مات و لم یعرف امام زمانه مات میته جاهلیه ‘One who dies without recognising the Imam of his time dies the death of ignorance.’ Thereafter he asked each and every person to testify the authenticity of the tradition. Everyone testified that the tradition was indeed authentic. Then Allamah Amini ((رضي الله عنه).) said: Now that you all accept this tradition, I have a question for each one of you: Did Fatima Zahra (s.a.) recognise the Imam of her time or not? And if she did, who was the Imam of Fatima Zahra (s.a.)? All the scholars present fell silent for a long time, with their heads bowed down. And since they didn’t have any reply, they began leaving the assembly one by one. Clearly they were in a fix. If they claim – she didn’t recognize (her Imam), then they are saying Fatima Zahra (s.a.) left the world in a state of disbelief (Allah forbid), and it is impossible that the Chief of all Women of the Worlds dies a disbeliever (Allah forbid)! If they say she did recognize (her Imam), then they have to find another Imam for her in place of Abu Bakr, since Bukhari (the most prominent scholar of Ahle Tasannun) says: ماتت و هي ساخته عليهما Fatima (s.a.) left the world in a state of intense anger at Abu Bakr (and Umar – as the narration says علیهما i.e. both of them) Since the Ahle Tasannun scholars were cornered and had no option but to testify to the legitimacy and leadership Ali b. Abi Talib ((عليه السلام).), they left the assembly with their heads hanging in shame.
  4. عيد الزهراء عليها السلام مبارك 9th Rabee Awwal Eid Al Zahara (عليه السلام) & The first day of the Imamat of Al Hujja Al Mehdi (ajf) Mubarak to All sisters, brothers, parents, aunts, uncles, cousins and all of Allah's creations! NARAAAYYYYY HAIDERIII YAAAAA Ali
  5. Salam aleykum, Eid mubarak brothers and sisters. Today is the eid of Zahra(as). I feel like many people are unaware of what this day actually is about and I thought I would share some of the information I have received from an app called Islamic Calender on android that states the important dates and some info about them. The following info is quoted from the app: After two months of azadari the mourning of our 3rd Imam(as) who along with his companions that were massacred in Karbala, Eid-e-Zahra is a day in which the Ahlul Bayt(as) expressed their joy and happiness. For the past two months, we have left the warmth of our houses and come to partake in the aza and mourning of Imam Hussein and his family solely for our love towards them. As a principle of our faith, and a testimony of our love to the Ahlul Bayt(as) we partake in their grief. Alongside partaking in their grief, we participate and celebrate occasions that are filled with happiness, or events that made them happy. Ibn-e Taous narrates in Zaweed-ul Fawaed that the holy Prophets(S) companion Hazrat Hozayfa Yamani, said that he went to the holy Prophet(S) on the 9th of Rabi-ul Awwal and witnessed him smiling while he had his eyes on the faces of his grandsons Imam Hassan(as) and Imam Hussein(as). He said to them: "Surely on this day, Allah will ruin His enemy and enemy of your grandfather, and prayer of your mother will be accepted on this day, and this is the day when Allah accepts deeds of your followers and devotees." It is also on this day that our 4th Imam, Imam Zainul Abideen(as) rejoiced and was pleased upon receiving the heads of ibn-e ziyad(la) and umar e saad(la). In Bihar ul Anwar it is narrated that Imam Zainul Abideen(as) prayed thanking in prostration to Allah saying, "Thanks to Allah for He took revenge from our enemies" and prayed for Hazrat Mukhtar(RA) in these words: "May Allah reward Mukhtar good." Following the footsteps of our Imam we rejoice and take pride on this day for the revenge taken by Mukhtar(RA) against the perpetrators of Karbala. To further glorify, and provide further honor and dignity to this day, it is the beginning of the Imamat, leadership of our present 12th Imam(ajf). Although this is not the primary reason for our celebration, it furthers the magnificence of this occasion. Today as a religion, as a community and as individuals we must follow in the footsteps of the Ahlul Bayt(as) and rejoice, and express glad tidings on the death of umar e saad(la) and ibn e ziyad(la) who took part in the heinous act of killing Imam Hussein(as). We pray that Allahسُبْحَانَهُ وَ تَعَالَى hastens the reappearance of his Hujjat and to provide our communities with the maghfirat and tawfeeq to have the love of the Ahlul Bayt(as) and the hatred towards those who hate Ahlul Bayt(as). Speaking of Mukthar(RA), I recommend all my brothers and sisters to watch the series done on him, it is really well done, it starts of with the attack on Imam Hassan(as), continues with the martyrdom of Imam Hussein(as) and the aftermath: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s9eG2KLmwMA&list=PLH-YYOp8X1BOnoeoG52v0eVcyk684IhSG Please remember me and each other in your duas today!
  6. Salam! Did Imam Ali (as) love Um al baneen like he loved Fatima al zahra? Or did he marry her just so that she could take care of Imam Hussein and imam Hassan?
  7. latmeya in memory death of sayeda fatima al zahraa - 1438 - Artist s.hani alwedaei - Bahrain
  8. Salam brothers and sisters, As Ayyam e Fatimiyya go by, I thought that I share some information about tasbeeh Fatima Zahra. Origins Imam Ali ibn Talib (as), Fatimah Zahra's husband, once told Ibn Wahid a story about Prophet Muhammad's (pbuh) most beloved daughter. Imam Ali ibn Talib (as) said, Fatimah Zahra's (pbuh) hands were blistered from constant grinding; her neck had become sore from carrying water; her clothes would become dirty from sweeping the floor. When Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) had received an influx of servants from some place, Imam Ali ibn Talib (as) suggested to his wife that she approach her father and ask for a servant. Fatimah Zahra (pbuh) went, but could not speak to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) because of the people who were surrounding him. Next day, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) came to their house, and asked Fatimah Zahra (pbuh) as to why she wanted to see him. Imam Ali ibn Talib (as) told the whole story to Prophet Muhammad (pbuh), and said that Fatimah Zahra (pbuh) went to him on his advice. "Fear Allah (SWT), Fatimah," Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said, "Fulfill your obligations to the Lord, and continue with your housework."Then, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said he would give her something that would be better than a helper or anything else she wished in this world, this is when Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) gives Fatimah Zahra (pbuh) the gift of this Tasbih/Tasbeeh and its is known as Tasbih/Tasbeeh of Fatimah Zahra (pbuh). And said when you go to bed at night, read the following: 34 times - Allahu Akbar (Allah is the Greatest) 33 times - Alhamdulillah (Praise be to Allah) 33 times - Subhan Allah (Glory be to Allah) Most of us are well aware of the spiritual benefits of this tasbeeh. We know that reciting this after our wajib prayers is highly recommended, and that it secures our place in the heaven. But, someyhing new I learned in this year's ashra were the medically proven benefits. Well, there's two ways you would recite this tasbeeh, either roll the beads or recite it keeping count on your fingers. When you recite it on your fingers, you're gently pressing the pads of your fingers. This gentle press stimulates the pressure points on your fingers. The pressure points regulate the flow of blood to specific parts of body and keep them well and healthy. This study of pressure points is called "acupuncture". Then, this part of your gums between the front teeth as shown in the picture, is linked to your heart When you recite this tasbeeh, you sah Allah 100 times. SubhanAllah, alhamdullilah, Allahuakbar The emphasis on the "L" you put, between your front teeth, regulates flow to heart. So, along with spiritual benefits, tasbeeh Fatima (a.s) also has physical benefits. Subhanallah. Thankyou for reading. Khudahafiz!
  9. Sallam Alikum, and I sent my condolences to the Muslim Ummah for the tragic death anniversary of the Holy Lady Fatima (AS). I have been looking all over the place to find where Fatima Al-Zahra is mentioned in mainly Sahih Muslim and Bukhari about Omar Ibn Alkhattab attacking the house of Bibi Fatima? Can someone help locate these narration? Also other than the reason of "different translations" what do you say about this? http://www.sunniforum.com/forum/showthread.php?37869-Did-Umar-(R-A-)-tried-burn-the-house-of-Fatima-(R-A-)
  10. Ya Zahra! In order to shed more light on the tragic events that unfolded after the death of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) Safeer TV has made a short video depicting the incident of the door. Please share with your friends and most importantly to our younger generation to ensure the tragedy of Lady Fatema (sa) is never forgotten.
  11. IMI ~ HUSSAINIA - BIRMINGHAM Monday 23rd - Wednesday 25th March 7pm SHARP After Maghribayn Namaaz 3 DAY MAJALIS SHAHADAT SYEDA FATIMA-E-ZAHRA (S.A) Monday : Molana Abid Bilgrami {India} Tuesday : Molana Syed Abbas Abidi {Hidayat TV} Wednesday : Molana Syed Zeeshan Zaidi {India} Packed Niaz on Monday & Wednesday Full Niaz on Tuesday PLEASE ATTEND ON TIME Jazakallah Hussainia Regents Park Rd B10-0QP 0121-773-6212
  12. Objection 6: If rivalry existed, why Ali (a) named his sons Umar, Abu Bakr and Uthman? Pattern of Objection Shia claim that the first and second Caliphs attacked the house of Fatima ® whereas we know that Ali (a) named some of his issues after the Caliphs. This shows that the Caliphs are exonerated from these allegations. Does anyone name his children on his enemies? Logical reply A. Absence of restricting the name to a particular person Names are never related to any particular person. In the same way, names like Umar, Abu Bakr and Uthman were not limited to these persons and numerous other people were also named as such. That is why names like Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman were common names and numerous persons during the time of the Prophet were known by these names. Thus, overlooking the replies that follow, it cannot be said that selection of these names was due to attachment and friendly relations between His Eminence and the Caliphs, because it is possible that His Eminence had attachment with other people having the same names. VISIT OPPRESSIONS UPON JANABE ZAHRA (SA) FOR MORE B. Naming as Abu Bakr Especially with regard to naming one of the sons of Amirul Momineen (a) on the name of Abu Bakr; if it was as some have claimed, Abu Bakr was an agnomen (Kunniyat) and not a name, His Eminence should have named his son after one of the real names of Abu Bakr: That is Abdul Kaaba, Ateeq, Abdullah or his other names (with attention to differences, which exist with regard to his names) and he would not chosen his Kunniyat. Another point is that: What attention to the fact that Abu Bakr is a Kunniyat and not a name, and Kunniyat is chosen by a person himself according to the circumstances of his life and it is not selected by the father of that person. From this aspect, if we say that Amirul Momineen (a) named one of his sons as Abu Bakr it would be a false and baseless statement. Finally: According to a report the real name of this son, whose Kunniyat was Abu Bakr, was Abdullah and he was martyred at Kerbala aged twenty-five years. Since his real name was Abdullah and from the aspect that he had a son named Bakr they referred to him as Abu Bakr. Abul Faraj Isfahani writes: Abdullah bin Ali was twenty-five years of age when he was martyred in Kerbala.[1] On the basis of this, the birth of Abdullah occurred during the early period of the Caliphate of His Eminence, Ali (a) and the Imam during that period severely condemned the Caliphs preceding him. This is another proof of the absence of relation between these names with that, which is publicized by the objection makers. C. Naming as Umar With regard to naming of a son of Amirul Momineen (a) as Umar: 1- Firstly: One of the habits of Umar was that he used to change the names of people. Thus, according to historians, he changed the names of many people. Balazari has written in Ansabul Ashraf: Umar bin Khattab named the son of Ali after himself.[2] In the same way, Dhahabi has written in Seer Alaamun Nubla: A son was born to Ali (a) during the period of Umar bin Khattab and the latter named the child after his own name.[3] For further emphasis, I would present the example of three other persons, whose names were changed by Umar: A- Ibrahim bin Harith Abdur Rahman bin Harith was named by his father as Ibrahim, whose name Umar changed to Abdur Rahman.[4] B- Ajda Abi Masruq Umar bin Khattab changed the name of Ajda bin Malik to Abdur Rahman.[5] C- Thalaba bin Saad The name of Mualla was Thalaba; Umar changed it to Mualla.[6] 2- Supposing we don’t accept the previous statement as was also mentioned in the beginning, can it be said that this naming was due to the attachment of Amirul Momineen (a) to Umar bin Khattab and only his name was Umar? Ibne Hajar has mentioned in Isabah, ‘Chapter of those named as Umar’, twenty-one persons among companions of the Prophet who were named as Umar.[7] How and according to which evidence was this naming due to the attachment to Umar bin Khattab? [1] Maqatilut Talibiyyin, Vol. 1, Pg. 22, Abul Faraj Ali bin Husain Isfahani (d. 356). [2] Ansabul Ashraf, Vol. 1, Pg. 297, Ahmad bin Yahya bin Jabir Balazari (d. 279 A.H.). [3] Seer Aalamun Nubla, Vol. 4, Pg. 134, Shamsuddin Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Uthman bin Qaimaz Dhahabi, Abu Abdullah, (d. 748), Mausisatur Risala, Beirut, 1413, Ninth edition, Edited: Shuaib Arnaut, Muhammad Naeem Arqasusi. [4] Al-Isabah fee Tamizus Sahaba, Vol. 5, Pg. 29, Ahmad bin Ali bin Hajar Abul Fazl Asqalani Shafei, Edited: Ali Muhammad Bajawi, Darul Jeel – Beirut, First edition, 1412 – 1992. [5] Al-Isabah fee Tamizus Sahaba, Vol. 1, Pg. 186, No. 425, Ahmad bin Ali bin Hajar Abul Fazl Asqalani Shafei, Edited: Ali Muhammad Bajawi, Darul Jeel – Beirut, First edition, 1412 – 1992. [6] Al-Ansab, Vol. 1, Pg. 250, Abul Manzar Salma bin Muslim bin Ibrahim Sahari Autabi (d. 511 A.H.) [7] Al-Isabah fee Tamizus Sahaba, Vol. 4, Pg. 587-597, Ahmad bin Ali bin Hajar Abul Fazl Asqalani Shafei (d. 854), Edited: Ali Muhammad Bajawi, Darul Jeel – Beirut, First edition, 1412 – 1992.
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