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How Many Sons Did Imam Ali Have And Names?

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How many sons did imam Ali have and what are all their names in order of age?

 

(salam)

 

1. Muhammad ibn al-Hanafia

2. Muhammad al-Asghar

3. Muhammad il-Awsat

4. Abbas “abul-fazil”

5. Abbas al-Asghar

6. Jafar al-Akbar

7. Jafar al-Assghar

8. Abdullah il-Asghar

9. Abdullah il-Akbar

10. Abdullah “Abi Ali”

11. Uthman al-Asghar

12. Uthman al-Akbar

13. Umar al-Akbar

14. Umar al-Asghar.

15. Abu Bakr ibn Ali

16. Al-Hasan

17. Al-Hussain

18. Awn

 

 

Edited by Abul Hussain Hassani

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(salam)

 

1. Muhammad ibn al-Hanafia

2. Muhammad al-Asghar

3. Muhammad il-Awsat

4. Abbas “abul-fazil”

5. Abbas al-Asghar

6. Jafar al-Akbar

7. Jafar al-Assghar

8. Abdullah il-Asghar

9. Abdullah il-Akbar

10. Abdullah “Abi Ali”

11. Uthman al-Asghar

12. Uthman al-Akbar

13. Umar al-Akbar

14. Umar al-Asghar.

15. Abu Bakr ibn Ali

16. Al-Hasan

17. Al-Hussain

18. Awn

 

Exactly how long did it take you to copy + paste the blatant idiotic lies from that Nasibi deceiving author Ibn Hashimi? I remember telling you on another thread that list is a fraud nowhere in the book the author states, but you still insist?. It seems like you fail to accept that the author is a clear liar, which puts you in the same boat.

 

In Kitab al-Irshad, Shaykh Mufid says the Imam  (as) had 27 children.

 

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1.      Al-Hasan

2.      Al-Husayn

3.      Zaynab the elder

4.      Zaynab the younger, who was given the kunya Umm Kulthūm

 

Their mother was Fātima the blessed, mistress of the women of the worlds, daughter of the master of those sent by God and the seal of the Prophets, the Prophet Muhammad.

 

5.      Muhammad, who was given the kunya of Abū al-Qāsim.

 

His mother was Khawla, daughter of Ja’far b. Qays al Hanafī.

 

6.      ‘Umar

7.      Ruqayya

 

They were twins. Their mother was Umm Habīb, daughter of Rabī’a.

 

8.     Al-‘Abbās

9.      Ja’far

10.  ‘Uthmān

11.   ‘Abd Allāh

 

The (last four) were martyrs with their brother al-Husayn on the plain of Karbalā’. Their mother was Umm al-Banīn, daughter of Hizām b. Khālid b. Dārim.

 

12.  Muhammad, the younger, who was given the kunya of Abū Bakr.

13.  Ubayd Allāh.

 

Both of these were martyrs with their brother al-Husayn on that plain. Their mother Layla, daughter of Mas’ūd al-Dārimī.

 

14.  Yahyā.

 

His mother was Asmā, daughter of Umm Sa’īd, daughter of ‘Umays al-Khat’amī, may God be pleased with her.

 

15.  Umm al-Hasan

16.  Ramla

 

The mother of these two was Umm Sa’īd, daughter or ‘Urwa b. Mas’ūd al-Thaqafī.

 

17. Nafīsa

18. Zaynab, the youngest.

19. Ruqayya, the younger.

20. Umm Hāni’

21. Umm al-Kirām

22. Jumāna, who was given the kunya Umm Ja’far.

23. Umāna

24. Umm Salama

25. Maymūna

26. Khadīja

27.  Fātima

 

These, the blessings of God be on them, had different mothers. Among the Shi’a, there are those who mention (another) Fātima, the blessing of God be on her, who was born after the Prophet. They say that the Apostle of God named her while he was carrying Muhsin. According to this group there were twenty-eight children of the Commander of the faithful, the blessing and peace of God be on him. God knows and judges best.

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Edited by GodBlessAli

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Exactly how long did it take you to copy + paste the blatant idiotic lies from that Nasibi deceiving author Ibn Hashimi? I remember telling you on another thread that list is a fraud nowhere in the book the author states, but you still insist?. It seems like you fail to accept that the author is a clear liar, which puts you in the same boat.

 

In Kitab al-Irshad, Shaykh Mufid says the Imam  (as) had 27 children.

 

*

1.      Al-Hasan

2.      Al-Husayn

3.      Zaynab the elder

4.      Zaynab the younger, who was given the kunya Umm Kulthūm

 

Their mother was Fātima the blessed, mistress of the women of the worlds, daughter of the master of those sent by God and the seal of the Prophets, the Prophet Muhammad.

 

5.      Muhammad, who was given the kunya of Abū al-Qāsim.

 

His mother was Khawla, daughter of Ja’far b. Qays al Hanafī.

 

6.      ‘Umar

7.      Ruqayya

 

They were twins. Their mother was Umm Habīb, daughter of Rabī’a.

 

8.     Al-‘Abbās

9.      Ja’far

10.  ‘Uthmān

11.   ‘Abd Allāh

 

The (last four) were martyrs with their brother al-Husayn on the plain of Karbalā’. Their mother was Umm al-Banīn, daughter of Hizām b. Khālid b. Dārim.

 

12.  Muhammad, the younger, who was given the kunya of Abū Bakr.

13.  Ubayd Allāh.

 

Both of these were martyrs with their brother al-Husayn on that plain. Their mother Layla, daughter of Mas’ūd al-Dārimī.

 

14.  Yahyā.

 

His mother was Asmā, daughter of Umm Sa’īd, daughter of ‘Umays al-Khat’amī, may God be pleased with her.

 

15.  Umm al-Hasan

16.  Ramla

 

The mother of these two was Umm Sa’īd, daughter or ‘Urwa b. Mas’ūd al-Thaqafī.

 

17. Nafīsa

18. Zaynab, the youngest.

19. Ruqayya, the younger.

20. Umm Hāni’

21. Umm al-Kirām

22. Jumāna, who was given the kunya Umm Ja’far.

23. Umāna

24. Umm Salama

25. Maymūna

26. Khadīja

27.  Fātima

 

These, the blessings of God be on them, had different mothers. Among the Shi’a, there are those who mention (another) Fātima, the blessing of God be on her, who was born after the Prophet. They say that the Apostle of God named her while he was carrying Muhsin. According to this group there were twenty-eight children of the Commander of the faithful, the blessing and peace of God be on him. God knows and judges best.

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