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In the Name of God بسم الله

The Injustice Of The Pens

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History has recorded many atrocities,

Injustices and killings, the open war against truth.

Few stand out like this against one man,

Who dedicated his life to support Rasul.

The one whom the Prophet referred to as ‘Father!’

The father of Ali, a man like no other.

Despite the proofs of his unshakeable faith,

And the numerous evidences of the God he worshipped;

Despite his constant acknowledgement of his nephew as Prophet,

The divinely appointed guide and leader of mankind;

Despite his love and poetry of praise for Muhammad,

Which leave the reader no choice but to acknowledge his submission;

Yet they deny his faith, and call him an open disbeliever.

Only a man of true belief could have raised three lions,

Whose actions and bravery charted the course of history:

Muhammad his nephew; Ali and Ja’far his sons

Do they not know the religious rulings on inheritance?

For they claim he died a disbeliever,

Yet acknowledge he was inherited by two believers!

How do they summon the audacity to deny him his right

Nay, deny him completely; and say with a sagely air:

Oh what a loss to have protected Rasul in this life

Then end in the hell fire in the next!

For what purpose did the pens wish to slay him

And commit an injustice to lady Fatima bint Asad

Making a believing woman the wife of a disbeliever?

One would need to look at the trends of the time,

And realize at whom this hate and slander was directed

Unable to obliterate the radiant praise of Ali’s faith

Spelt out in the Qur’an and the words of the Prophet,

They chose instead to vilify his father,

Then they could say: the [pious] son of a disbeliever!

By God, though your pens wish to strike and inflict pain

And cause to tears to Rasul and his brother Ali,

We will declare our love for the oppressed believer Abu Talib,

Whose oppression continues long after he has died.


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