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Post by Fida wal muqawamah on Wed Jul 16, 2008 2:49 pm

Imam Ali (AS) and the Beauties

The most beautiful birth: He is the only one who was born in Ka'bah

The most beautiful name: According to narrations, the name of "Ali" is deprived from holy God's name

The most beautiful Teacher: Ali (AS) was trained by holy prophet (SW)

The most beautiful words: According to most of scholars' opinions, Nahjulbalaghah is the brother of holy Quran

Giving Birth in Ka'bah

On Friday, the 13th of the blessed month of Rajab, 12 years before the ordainment of Muhammad (SW ) as Allah's Messenger, Fatimah bint Asad felt that she was about to give birth to her child.

She came to the Sacred Ka'bah and began to circumambulate praying as she walked. Fatimah bint Asad leaned against the wall of the Ka'bah to rest.

Miraculously, the wall opened. Fatimah bint Asad entered and the wall closed behind her. Imam Ali (AS) was born within the Ka'bah with his eyes closed and his body in humble prostration before the Almighty Allah.

Fatimah stayed in the Ka'bah for three days and as the fourth day approached, she stepped out, carrying her baby in her arms. She found the Holy Prophet (SW) waiting to receive the newly-born child in his anxious arms.

So the first face that little Ali saw in this world was the smiling face of the Apostle of God, Muhammad (SW).

Imam Ali's (AS) birth inside the honored Ka'bah is unique in the history of the world. Neither a prophet nor a saint was ever blessed with such an honor.

It is an undisputed historical fact recognized by all historians that the Holy Ka'bah is the birthplace of Ali bin Abi Talib (AS).

Imam Ali (AS)'s Lineage

Imam Ali (AS) is the first child of Hashemi's family. Hashemi family was famous in morality and humanity in Qoraiysh Tribe, and also this tribe was famous among Arabs' tribes. Generosity, and humanity, intelligence and intellect, bravery and heroism were Bani Hashem's characters, and all of them were gathered in Ali Ibn Abitallib (AS)'s character.

Imam Ali (AS)'s Father

He was a son of Shaiba ibn Hashim and Fatimah binte Amr, thus a full brother of Muhammad's father 'Abdullah ibn 'Abdul Muttalib, who had died before Muhammad (SW)'s birth. In 576, Abu Talib took care of Muhammad (SW) after the death of Aminah binte Wahab, Muhammad (SW)'s mother.

Abu Talib also protected Muhammad (SW) against other sub-clans of Banu Quraish, who were the enemies of the Islamic Prophet Mohammed (SW). When Muhammad (SW) was a child, Abu Talib was head of the Banu Hashim clan of the Quraish tribe.

Once Muhammad (SW) got older, he took responsibility for Abu Talib's son Ali ibn Abu Talib. After Muhammad (SW) began preaching the message of Islam, increasingly more members of the Quraish tribe came to feel threatened by Muhammad (SW).

In attempts to quiet him, they would lean on Abu Talib to silence his nephew or control him. Despite these pressures, Abu Talib did nothing but support Muhammad (SW) and defended him from the other heads of the Quraish.

Abu Talib died in age of 64, at around the same time as Muhammad (SW)'s beloved wife Khadijah, leading to an immensely sad time for him. This year was known as the saddest year of the life of the prophet (SW), the Year of Sorrow.

Imam Ali (AS)'s Mother

Fatimah binte Asad was the mother of the first Shi'a Imam Ali bin Abu Talib (AS), and the mother-in-law of the Islamic Prophet (SW).

When the Islam's Prophet (SW) grew up and proclaimed himself to be the Prophet and Last Messenger of Allah, she still stood by him. All the relentless persecution did not deter her in any way.

Fatimah binte Asad, being one of the first to swear allegiance to Islam and its concept of the Oneness of Allah, faced the economic and social boycott of the Shi'a Abu Talib for those three terrible years.

She was also a member of the privileged group who migrated to Medina. Holy prophet (SW) respected her so highly that whenever she visited him he would stand up and receive her with great love, addressing her as 'Mother'.

When the Prophet got news of the death of Fatimah binte Asad, he immediately went to her house, sat beside her and prayed for her and stated:

"My dear mother, may Allah keep you under His Protection. Many times you went hungry in order to feed me well. You fed me and clothed me on delicacies that you denied yourself. Allah will surely be happy with these actions of yours. And your intentions were surely meant to win the goodwill and pleasure of Allah and success in the Hereafter."

He gave his shirt to be used as part of her shroud, saying he prayed to Allah to forgive her and give her the dress of Paradise. When the grave was prepared the Islam's Prophet (SW) himself examined it and with his own hands placed her into the grave. Thus, she was one of the few blessed people whose graves the Islam's Prophet (SW) himself examined
.

The Names, Titles and Kunyat of Imam Ali (AS)

The name, title and kunyat of a person can indicate his character like a mirror.

In the Hadith and Tradition Books, Imam Ali (AS)'s titles are about 250. Some of them were granted to him by the Prophet (SW), such as: Commander of the Believers, Vassi (Legatee), Vali (Guardian), and Abu Torab.

Nahjul Balagha is also known as Peak of Eloquence

The Nahjul Balagha is a collection of sermons, precepts, prayers, epistles and aphorisms of Imam Ali (AS) compiled by al-Sayyid al-Sharif al-Radi about one thousand years ago.

Nahjul Balagha comprises various issues that cover major problems of metaphysics, theology, jurisprudence, interpretation, narration (Hadith), prophet logy, imamate, ethics, social philosophy, history, politics, administration, civics, science, rhetoric, poetry, literature, etc.

Most of the discussions about various theological issues and philosophical notions in Islam have their origin in this very book.

Similarly, all the controversies regarding socio-political problems in the Muslim society and state left their echo in Nahjul Balagha; or rather those were inspired from the utterances of Imam Ali (AS).

The book not only reflects the spirit of early Islam and the teachings of the holy Quran and the Prophet (SW) in the proper perspective, but also serves as a guide to traverse the future in the light of these teachings.

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Post by Syeda on Fri Jul 18, 2008 8:03 am

NARE HAIDERI Very Happy
Aur Allah hum sab ku aapne waqt ke Imam(a.s) ki marfat aata farmaye!Ameen
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Post by Fida wal muqawamah on Fri Jul 18, 2008 1:19 pm

cheers YA ALI!!!
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