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  1. بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته What are the 100% legitimate charities that donate most if not all of the money they gain to their cause that are run by our Shia brothers and sisters, or others for matters such as the Yemen Crisis, Iran, Syria, Lebanon, Kashmir, Palestine, and any other matter. JazakAllah Kheir.
  2. Shurtat al-Khamis Shurṭat al-Khamīs (Arabic: شرطة الخمیس) was a group of devoted fighters at the time of Imam 'Ali (a) who had dedicated their lives to support that Imam (a). Literal Meaning Shurtat literally means group, army, condition, and treaty.[1] In usage, it is the first unit of army that take part in the battle and are ready to sacrifice themselves.[2] Army is meant by Khamis [in Arabic literally means five], because the army used to be divided into five groups of forerunners, front, right wing, left wing, and the heart.[3] In Usage Shurtat al-Khamis were a group consisting of 6000 friends of Imam 'Ali (a)[4] who had undertaken to fight (to the death if they had to) and Imam Ali (a) had guaranteed them the heaven.[5] Status Regarding the status of Shurtat al-Khamis, Imam Ali (a) once said, "Before you, this treaty (Shurtat al-Khamis) was made among a group of Jews, no one of them was martyred unless he was either the prophet of his own tribe, or the prophet of his town, or a prophet by himself; And you are similar to them except that you are not prophets."[6] Attributes Shurtat al-Khamis' members possessed some attributes including being constantly ready and equipped and having constant companionship with Imam Ali (a). In the battles, they used to fight in the front line.[7] They were always ready to serve Imam 'Ali (a) and never delayed obeying the Imam's (a) orders. They had promised to be loyal to Imam (a) to the death. They had detached themselves from this world and were knowledgeable and pious men. They belonged to various tribes. Even when there were no battles, they were ready and accompanied Imam (a) and executed important missions such as administrating legal punishments.[8] Members Some members of Shurtat al-Khamis are as follows: Salman al-Farsi Abu Dhar al-Ghifari[9] Al-Miqdad 'Ammar b. Yasir Abu Sasan al-Ansari Abu 'Amr al-Ansari Sahl b. Hunayf 'Uthman b. Hunayf 'Amr b. Hamiq al-Khuza'i Maytham al-Tammar Rushayd al-Hajari Habib b. Muzahir al-Asadi Muhammad b. Abi Bakr Malik al-Ashtar Suwayd b. Ghafla al-Ju'fi Harith b. 'Abd Allah al-Hamdani Qanbar Uways al-Qarani Kumayl b. Ziyad al-Nakha'i Asbagh b. Nubata[10] Wahb b. 'Abd Allah Maslama http://en.wikishia.net/view/Shurtat_al-Khamis
  3. Umm Salama This article is about the Prophet Muhammad's (s) wife. For other people named Umm Salama, see Umm Salama (disambiguation). Umm Salama Wife of the Prophet (s) Al-Baqi' cemetery Full Name :Hind bt. Abu Umayya b. Mughira al-Makhzumi Hind bt. Abu Umayya b. Mughira al-Makhzumi Kunya Umm Salama Epithet Umm al-Mu'minin Religious Affiliation Islam Well-known Relatives Prophet Muhammad (s)(spouse) Place of Birth Mecca Places of Residence Mecca, Medina Death/Martyrdom 62/681-682 Burial Place Baqi' cemetery Era Early Islam Activities Migration to Abyssinia and Medina, Participation in battles of Khaybar, Khandaq, Hunaynand ..., Supporting Imam Ali (a)in the Battle of Jamal, and ... Wives of the Prophet (s) Name Khadija Sawda Aisha Hafsa Zaynab (bt. Khuzayma) Umm Salama Zaynab (bt. Jahsh) Juwayriyya Umm Habiba Mariya Safiyya Maymuna Date of Marriage (27 BH/595) (before Hijra/before 622) (1,2, or 4/622, 623, or 625) (3/624) (3/624) (4/625) (5/626) (5 or 6/626 or 627) (6 or 7/627 or 628) (7/628) (7/628) (7/628) v t e Ḥind bt. ʾAbū ʾUmayya (Arabic: هند بنت أبو أمیة), known as Umm Salama (Arabic: أُمّ سَلَمه), was a wife of the Prophet (s) and one of the persons who were called Umm al-Mu'minin. She immigrated to Abyssinia together with Muslims and was the first person who immigrated to Medina. She loved Imam al-Husayn (a) very much and after his martyrdom, mourned for him. She accepted Islam in the first years of the Bi'tha and immigrated to Abyssinia with a group of Muslims led by Ja'far b. Abi Talib following the order of the Prophet (s). In 4/625, after her husband died, she married the Prophet (s). Most historians have mentioned that she passed away after the Event of 'Ashura. Relation with the Ahl al-Bayt (a) Umm Salama always tried to be with the Ahl al-Bayt (a). According to reports, after the Prophet (s) passed away, Umm Salama was one of the defenders of the Ahl al-Bayt (a), so that she defended Lady Fatima (a) against Abu Bakr regarding the Prophet's (s) inheritance for Lady Fatima (a) and that year she was deprived of it. Trustworthiness When Imam al-Husayn (a) went out of Medina towards Mecca, he (a) trusted the Trusts of Imamate to Umm Salama. After Imam al-Sajjad (a) returned from Karbala, Umm Salama gave Imam Ali's (a) books of knowledge, Signs and possessions of Imams (a) trusted to her to Imam al-Sajjad (a) and this is a good proof of her trustworthiness of Umm Salama before Imams (a). Musnad of Umm Salama The cause of revelation of the Verse of Taṭhir Hadith al-Kisa' The Prophet's (s) hadith regarding the events of Karbala and the martyrdom of Imam al-Husayn (a) http://en.wikishia.net/view/Umm_Salama
  4. Tale of Tears https://youtu.be/bYiuN-hNoRI Ummul Banin Death Noha(German Sub) https://youtu.be/Lmj9UiQOZQA Biography of Ummul Banin https://youtu.be/HWUA5rpfj6k Umm ol Baneen (the Holy) https://youtu.be/uPP8HjAwG4Y Ana Umm al Baneen (Nazar Qatari) https://youtu.be/9OL6GzqvD1g Basim Karbalayi :Umm al Baneen https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLjrIxHsJN-SXFMaQOuOTdVd5QpsiByqFQ Mother & son (Documentry) https://youtu.be/p5JSeGDiKBY [Mod Note: Brothers, please be advised that the following video shows a female singing a Noha.] Noha of Ummul Banin http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2M7_DMO9O_0&list=RD2M7_DMO9O_0
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