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Sayeda Fatima Al-Masumah (A.S.)

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The Learned Divine Lady from the Holy Ahlul Bayt (A.S.)
Sayeda Fatima Al-Masumah (S.A.) was brought up in a very noble family. She was daughter of the Holy Imam [Imam Musa al-Kadhim (A.S.)], the sister of the Holy Imam [Imam Ridha (A.S.)] and the aunt of the Holy Imam [Imam Muhammed al-Jawad (A.S.)]. She was taught all the Islamic sciences by Imam Musa al-Kadhim (A.S.) and Imam Ridha (A.S.) and she transmitted Ahadith (traditions) from them. She became famous as Aalimah (the Learned Lady) and Muhaddithah (the Learned Lady who transmitted Ahadith).

Written by H118 Monday, 10 January 2011 08:30

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Causes of the Revolution (Part 6) from the book “The life of Imam Husain ('a)”

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Tragedy of Karbala

Valueless Opinion

A group of bigoted supporters of Bani Umayyah have considered the Imam’s uprising to be aimed at obtaining rulership and wealth of the country. This view is a sign of their malice towards Imam (‘a). And it is because of the victory that His Eminence achieved with regard to his blessed aim. It was a victory no other reformer of the world had ever achieved.

Probably some of them may be excused for being ignorant of the facts of the mission of Imam Husain (‘a) because the Imam (‘a) was certain that his revolution would be defeated in the martial field as his enemy was having the support of a huge army and had a lot of power while the Imam had no army to obtain rulership.

Written by Baqir Sharif al-Qarashi Thursday, 06 January 2011 01:34

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Causes of the Revolution (Part 5) from the book “The life of Imam Husain ('a)”

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Tragedy of Karbala

14. Enjoining Good

The strongest motive for Imam Husain (‘a) in his uprising was the establishment of enjoining good which was one of the primary principles of religion and the Imam was the person having greatest responsibility towards it.

Imam (‘a) in his bequest to his brother, Muhammad Ibn Hanafiyah, has explained the aim of his uprising against Yazid. His Eminence said: “…I am not taking up arms in order to make merry, or be ecstatic over what
I possess.

Written by Baqir Sharif al-Qarashi Tuesday, 04 January 2011 00:33

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Imam As-Sejjad’s (A.S.) Advice to his companions and adherents on Fridays Part 3

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Imam Ali Ibn Al-Hussain (A.S.)

You should know, O servants of God, that the proper scales and the records will not be maintained or opened for the polytheists, for they will be taken to Hell in hoards. The proper scales and the records will be maintained and opened for the Muslims.

Fear God, O servants, and know that God the Exalted has not like for any of His disciples to enjoy this world. Besides, He has not attracted their attentions to its pleasures, transitory amusements, or surface enjoyments. As a matter of fact, God has created this world as a field of testing people so that He will see which of them is most virtuous in the deeds.

Written by RH313 Tuesday, 04 January 2011 00:12

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Causes of the Revolution (Part 4) from the book “The life of Imam Husain ('a)”

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11. Destruction of Islamic Values

The Umayyads dared to destroy the Islamic values in such a manner so that no sign of it remains in the life of Muslims. Some of their steps were as follows:

A. Unity of Muslims

The Umayyads spread discord and conflict among the Muslims and enlivened tribal prejudices and fights among clans and Arab tribes so that no unity is created among the Muslims.

Written by Baqir Sharif al-Qarashi Saturday, 01 January 2011 18:32

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