Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Azadari in Delhi 10th Muhramme 1431 : Videos

A Shia Event that Delhi will never forget 10th Muhramme Jaloos of Delhi is very famous among all community. But this year it marked a impact on Delhi people due to it's discipline and huge gathering. After Ashoora Aamaal and Majlis in Shia Jama Masjid, Kashmeerigate Delhi, procession started for Panja Shareef Dargah, Delhi. It was Monday this year on 10th Muhramme and Monday is very important for Delhi due to first business working day. All shops of auto market in Kashmeerigate area were open but shopkeepers, visitors paid their tribute to Imam Hussain. Some of them even organize Sabeels. People from all part of Delhi, almost all anjuman of capital and shia men, women, children and senior citizens form neighboring cities Ghaziabad, Noida, Faridabad, Gurgoan were also participated in this procession. Kargil Anjuman was main attraction of this Jaloos. Kama Matam of this anjuman is very famous in NCR Shia Community. Syed Rajat Abbas Kirmani was also present with his small canon camera in this event. He shooted videos of 1oth Muhramme. Matam near Shia Jama Masjid Kama Matam by Kashmeeri Anjuman of Delhi Nauha by Kargil Anjuman near Panja Shareef Dargah Matam by Kargil Anjuman near Dargah Another Matam View of Kargil Anjuman Alam of Kargil Anjuman approaching to Dargah Small and Thin Street of Dargah Panja Shareef, People are pouring This is Dargah Panja Shareef...Line for ziyarat Inside View of Roza at Panja Shareef Dargah Another View of Dargah Video Copyrights@ http://shianetwrk.blogspot.com

Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Azadari in Delhi 10th Muhramme : Photos

National capital of India witnessed on 28/12/2009 such a huge gathering of Shia community during 10th Mohramme 1431. People from neighbouring cities also participated in this event. A jaloos was bring out from Shia Jama Masjid Kashmeerigate, Delhi to Panja Shareef Dargah. Syed Rajat Abbas Kirmani captured the mood of this religious event.

Azadari in Faridabad (India) 9th Muhramme 1431 : Video Nauhey

On 9th Mohramme 1431 shabbedari programme held in Shia Markaz and Azakhana Batool, Faridabad. We are bringing you some Video Nauhey of that event. Ya Ali by Zafar Voice of Faridabad Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab Tribute to our Imam by Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab 9th Muhramme 1431 at Shia Markaz, Faridabad, Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab on special request presented this old nauha. A great tribute to our Imam. Nasir and Boys of Faridabad On 9th Muhramme 1431 Shabbedari was held in Shia Markaz Faridabad. We call them Nasir and Boys, but actually they are real brothers. Although they are reciting Nadeem Sarwar's famous nauha but one day they will recite like Nadeem Sarwar. It is their dream and shia community of Faridabad also wants to see them to grow like this.

Azadari in Faridabad (India) 8th Muhramme 1431 : Video Nauhey and Marsia

8th Muhramme was special occasion for Faridabad Shia Markaz and Azakhana Batool. On both places nazar of Janabe Abbas (A.S) was organized. Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab, I.H. Jafari (secretary Tanzeem-ul-momneen), his son, President Tanzeem-ul-momneen Faridabad Janab Naqi saab, Janab Zafar Saab recited nauha and Marsiakhwani. Maulana Syed Ali Abbas (Allahabad)addressed the Majlis.We are presenting only masyab part of his Majlis. Two Videos of Marsiakhwani First: by son of I.H.Jafri Second: by I.H.Jafri Majlis by Maulana Syed Ali Abbas Rizvi (from Allahabad) Nuha by Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab Another Nauha By Janab Mahmood Hussain Saab

Sunday, December 27, 2009

Ameer Hasan Aamir 2010 Video Nauhey

Hussainun - Hussainun Rok Lo Abbas Ko Maa Main pyasa hoon By Aamir Wasiyat Nama Khali Jhula Meri Zainab Ab Laut Jao Baba Jab Shaam Jana

Best of 2010 Nauha: What is Namaz by Nadeem Sarwar

Jahan Hussain Wahan by Nadeem Sarwar Nauha : Nadeem Sarwar's message to all anjumans of world Nauha: Abbas aa jao Nauha: Haye mere Hussain o Hasan

Azadari in Faridabad 1431 Mohramme : Video Nauhey

Azadari in indutrial city Faridabad is in full swing. Taboot, Alam procession and Majlis are everyday affair here. Shianetwork brings you some video of these events here. Majlis in Markaz...just Masyab Zanzeer Ka Matam in front of Azakhana Batool, Faridabad Nauha: Dil main game Hussain basaye hue hain hum... Nauha: Doobi hui dukh ke sagar main...by Mahmood Hussain...reciting in Markaz Nauha: Hussain ibne Ali ka tazkara haiby Mahmood Hussain,reciting in Azakhana Batool @copyrights Shianetwrk.blogspot.com All Video Shoot by Syed Rajat Abbas Kirmani

Azadari in Faridabad (India) : 6th Mohramme Photos

On 6th Mohramme a Joolos of ALAM and Zanzeer ka Matam held near Azakhana Batool and Markaz. Whole shia community of Faridabad was present in this programme.

Azadari in Faridabad (India) : Photos

Markaz of Faridabad (India) Faridabad is very important city next to national capital of Delhi on national highway no. 2 Although Shia population is not much in this city but every community of this cosmopolitan city feels presence of Shia community in Faridabad. These are current photographs of Muhramme 1431.

Friday, December 25, 2009

Nauhey 2010 Latest Update

Momneen, Nadeem Sarwar, Meesum Abbas and some other Nauhakhwans nauhey now appeared on internet. All time hit Nadeem Sarwar's nauhey are worth listening. Very First Nauha of his album is really great and beyond explanation. This year Meesum Abbas's album has some repetitions of last year.I don't know why this happened, unless I get a email from him. Anyway, his sweet voice still compelling us to listen those nauhas. And Voice of India Ameer Hasan Aamir's 2010 nahey yet to appear online on internet. Here is a list of Nauhkhwans whose Nauhey you can download directly from http://hussainiat.com and http://shiadownload.com List of Nauhakhwans and their download positions on internet till this date (25/12/2009) ali safdar Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 154,208 irfan haider (karwane aza) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 125,830 nadeem sarwar Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 111,700 hasan sadiq Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 81,762 syed ali kazmi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 66,149 shahid biltistani Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 65,086 mir hasan mir Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 59,956 shadman raza Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 | DOWNLOADS: 55,548 ali waris Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 48,364 fatemah ladak Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 32,937 mesum abbas Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 10 | DOWNLOADS: 28,498 dr aamir rizvi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 24,364 al-zulfiqar Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 10 | DOWNLOADS: 15,876 khurshid asri Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 11 | DOWNLOADS: 14,392 dasta-e-imammia(iso) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 13,769 lakhani brothers Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 13,537 syed shuja abbas zaidpuri Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 12,895 abbas kermalli Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 | DOWNLOADS: 11,279 raza abbas shah Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 11,009 asim raza Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 10 | DOWNLOADS: 8,989 hussain virji Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 8,451 batul and fatima dhamani Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 11 | DOWNLOADS: 7,993 abbas bande ali Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 7,793 hussain dharsi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 | DOWNLOADS: 5,969 asif raza khan Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 4,640 ali deep rizvi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 4,099 irfan hussain (banglore) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 3,625 sadiq lilani Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 3,285 nuzath hussain karimpuri (banglore) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 2,820 jawad ul hassan (banglore) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 | DOWNLOADS: 2,721 zaigham abbas Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 2,189 mohsin raza Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 2,022 zeeshan haider Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 1,978 hai shabir (shabab ul momineen) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 10 | DOWNLOADS: 1,921 luthfe naqvi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 | DOWNLOADS: 1,784 sajjid jafri Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 | DOWNLOADS: 823 mahum saania adeeya hashim Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 | DOWNLOADS: 700 nazim ali Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 3 | DOWNLOADS: 663 safdar kaleem Vol 2010

Sunday, December 20, 2009

Haye Sakina Haye Piyas by Hashim sisters (2010)

This Nauha of Mahum, Saania and Adeeya best known as Hashim Sisters posted by a user name shiaazadargirl. As she claims that it is worth listening and when I go through it, I was unable to stop my tears.

Saturday, December 19, 2009

Download Nauhey 2010, More Announcement

More Nauhey of 2010 now appearing on internet. Latest news is about Irfan Haider, nauhakhwan of Anjuman Karvan-e-Aza just appeared along with Hasan Sadiq. We still waiting for Nadeem Sarwar and Ameer Hasan Aamir's announcement. Latest update for 2010, download from http://www.hussainiat.com ali safdar Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 Zip Download mir hasan mir Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 Zip Download dr aamir rizvi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 Zip Download fatemah ladak Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 Zip Download lakhani brothers Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 Zip Download syed shuja abbas zaidpuri Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 Zip Download abbas kermalli Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 Zip Download irfan haider (karwane aza) Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 9 Zip Download hasan sadiq Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8 Zip Download shadman raza Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 7 Zip Download syed ali kazmi Vol 2010 Nauhey in Album: 8

Friday, December 18, 2009

Nauhey 2010 Update

Momneen, you must be waiting for new nauhey for Muharram 1431 (2010). So, here is that good news that nauhey of ali safdar Vol 2010, Dr aamir rizvi Vol 2010, fatemah ladak Vol 2010, abbas kermalli Vol 2010, syed shuja abbas zaidpuri Vol 2010, lakhani brothers Vol 2010 are available for your download. You can download them from http://www.hussainiat.com/ directly. Nadeem Sarwar, Irfan Haider, Aamir Hasan Aamir yet to appear on internet. When they will appear, we will inform you.

Thursday, December 17, 2009

Azadari in Jaunpur : Ustad Akhlaq Husain

Janab Akhlaq Husain Saab is very famous Nauhakhwan of Jaunpur, a Shia dominated city in UP, a state of India. He is leader of Anjuman Sajjadia of Mufti Mohalla in Jaunpur. People of Jaunpur call him Ustad (The Master). His voice is matchless and full of pain. Recently Shia Network team was in Jaunpur to record his famous nahua. In this video his introduction given by Anzar Abidi of Jaunpur. Video shoot by Belal Abidi of Jaunpur. Mufti Muhalla of Jaunpur plays a very important role in azadari of Jaunpur. All important and popular Maulana of Shia community often visit this place to deliver their majalis. Popular Chellum of Islam ka Chowk in this city is very near to Mufti Muhalla. A very important Imambara of Kallu falls in this area. You can find more videos of Majalis and Nauhey at - ykmedia - channel in Youtube.com Purdard Kahani of Shabeer by Ustad Akhlaq Husain Rubab lorian dekar kise sulati hai by Ustad Akhlaq Husain

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

Important : Shedding of Blood, Chest Beating all Halal

If you have any questions, reservations about shedding blood during azadari, beating chest (Matam)and weeping in majlis for our beloved Imams, kindly listen this video carefully. It will clear all your doubts.These all rituals are Halal and correct. The leading Shia scholar in the city of Qum (Iran), Ayatullah Vahid Khorasani who is among the most senior Shia Scholars, addresses statements made by an individual telling people to not cry loudly during mourning sessions for Ahlulbayt. In the video he also goes over the Fatwas of previous scholars on the Mourning rituals and he even states that shedding blood for the sake of mourning Ahlulbayt is Halal. May Allah grant him a long life, and may Allah destroy the enemies of Ahlulbayt.

Monday, December 14, 2009

Great Nauha : A Tribute to Bibi Sakeena

Uthay Kaisay Bali Sakina Ka Lasha All Time Great Nauha... If you still not heard about this Nauha, then you missed something. Even if you have large collection of nauhas and don't have this one - then your library is not complete. This nauha equally popular in India and Pakistan. To know more about this nauha, you can visit - http://shiavtube.blogspot.com

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Spend Property in the way of Allah‏

Hazrat Ali a.s :Generosity is to help a deserving person without his request, and if you help him after his request, then it is either out of self-respect or to avoid rebuke. Hazrat Ali a.s :Do not feel ashamed if the amount of charity is small because to refuse the needy is an act of greater shame. 1. [Holy Quran 2:195] And spend in the way of Allah and cast not yourselves to perdition with your own hands, and do good (to others); surely Allah loves the doers of good. 2. {215}[Holy Quran 2:215] They ask you as to what they should spend. Say: Whatever wealth you spend, it is for the parents and the near of kin and the orphans and the needy and the wayfarer, and whatever good you do, Allah surely knows it. (20112008) 3. 2/219 And they ask you as to what they should spend. Say: What you can spare. Thus does Allah make clear to you the communications, that you may ponder 4. {261}[Holy Quran 2:261] The parable of those who spend their property in the way of Allah is as the parable of a grain growing seven ears (with) a hundred grains in every ear; and Allah multiplies for whom He pleases; and Allah is Ample-giving, Knowing (01122008) 5. {262}[Holy Quran 2:262] (As for) those who spend their property in the way of Allah, then do not follow up what they have spent with reproach or injury, they shall have their reward from their Lord, and they shall have no fear nor shall they grieve. 6. {245}[Holy Quran 2:245] Who is it that will offer of Allah a goodly gift, so He will multiply it to him manifold, and Allah straitens and amplifies, and you shall be returned to Him. (16112009)

Friday, October 30, 2009

The Compiler of Quran

There is no dispute among Muslim scholars, whether they are Sunni or Shia, concerning the fact that the Commander of Believers, Ali (AS), possessed a special transcript of the text of Quran which he had collected himself, and he was THE FIRST who compiled Quran. There are a great number of traditions from Sunni and Shia which states that after the death of the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF), Imam Ali sat down in his house and said that he had sworn an oath that he would not put on his outdoor clothes or leave his house until he collects together the Quran. There are also traditions from the Imams of Ahlul Bayt which tell us that this was done by Imam Ali by order of the Holy Prophet. This transcript of Quran which compiled by Imam Ali (AS) had the following unique specifications: a) It was collected according to its revelation, i.e., in the order in which it had been sent down. This is the reason that Muhammad Ibn Sireen (33/653 - 110/729), the famous scholar and Tabi'i (disciples of the companions of the Holy Prophet), regretted that this transcript had not passed into the hands of the Muslims, and said: "If that transcript were in our hands, we would found a great knowledge in it." It is according to this transcript that Sunni scholars relate that the first Chapter of Quran which was sent down to the Prophet (PBUH&HF) was Chapter al-Iqra (al-Alaq, Ch. 96). As you know the Chapter al-Alaq is not at the beginning of the present Quran. Also Muslims agree that the verse (5:3) was among one of the last revealed verses of Quran (but not the very last one), yet it is not toward the end of the present Quran. This clearly proves that although the Quran that we have available is complete, it is not in the order that has been revealed. These few misplacements were done by some companions on purpose at worst, or out of ignorance at least. It was for this reason that the Commander of Believers, Ali (AS) frequently stated in his sermons: "Ask me before you lose me. By Allah, if you ask me about anything that could happen up to the Day of Judgment, I will tell you about it. Ask me, for, by Allah, you will not be able to ask me a question about anything without my informing you. Ask me about the Book of Allah, for by Allah, there is no verse about which I do not know whether it was sent down at night or during the day, or whether it was revealed on a plain or in a mountain." After he compiled this transcript, Imam Ali (AS) took it and presented it to the rulers who came after the Holy Prophet, and said: "Here is the book of Allah, your Lord, in the order that was revealed to your Prophet." but they did not accept it and replied: "We have no need of this. We have with us what you possess." Thereupon, Imam Ali (AS) took the transcript back and informed them that they will never see it again. It is reported that Imam Ali recited the latter part of the following verse of Quran: "And when Allah took a Covenant from the People of the Book to clarify it to mankind and not to hide its (clarification); but they threw it away behind their backs and purchased with it some miserable gain! and what an evil was the bargain they made!" (Quran 3:187) By "its clarification", Imam Ali meant the unique divine commentaries. The Commander of Believers then concealed that transcript, and after him it was passed to the Imams who also kept it concealed. It remained concealed with the Imams, one after the other to this day, because they wished to be only one sequence of Quran among the Muslims. Because otherwise if people have had two different sequences, it might later result to some alteration in Quran by some sick-minded people. They wished people have strictly one sequence of Quran. The Quran and its commentary which were collected by Imam Ali (AS) is not available for any Shia in the world except to the Imam Mahdi (AS). If the transcript of the Commander of Believers had been accepted, that would have been the Quran with unique commentary in the hand of people, but it turned out to be otherwise. This gives the meaning of the traditions in Usul al-Kafi which say that no one but the Commander of Believers and the later Imams had the Quran in the order it was revealed, and that the Quran which they had contains "what can be understood of the heaven, etc." and "the Knowledge of the Book, all of it," because they were the commentaries and interpretations noted in the transcript of Imam Ali directly from the Holy Prophet (PBUH&HF). Allah, to whom belong Might and Majesty, said: "And We have sent down on you a Book in which is the clarification of ALL the things." (Quran 16:89) Sometimes the word "tahrif" is used in some traditions, and it must be made clear that the meaning of this word is changing of something from its proper place to another place, like changing the right position of sentence, or giving it a meaning other than its true or intended meaning. Therefore, it has absolutely nothing to do with addition or subtraction from the text. It is thus with this meaning that the Quran states: "Some of the Jews distort (yuharrifuna) words from their meaning" (Quran 4:46). This meaning of "tahrif", i.e., changing of meaning or changing the context, as it appears in the Quran, has not only been applied in the Muslim community to the verses of the Quran but also to the ahadith of the Holy Prophet, even by rulers who have been prepared to use Islam to their own personal advantage. It is this "tahrif", with this meaning, that the Imams of Ahlul-Bayt have constantly sought to oppose. As one example, Imam al-Baqir (AS) complained about the situation of the Muslims and their corrupt rulers, and said: "One of the manifestations of their rejecting the Book (of Allah behind their backs) (see Quran 2:101) is that they have fixed its words. but they have altered the limits (of its command) (harrafu hududah). They have (correctly) narrated it, but they do not observe (what) it (says). Ignorant people delight in their preservation of its narration, but the knowledgeable people deplore their ignoring to observe (what) it (says)." It is necessary to emphasize here that all grand scholars of the Imami Shia are in agreement that the Quran which is at present among the Muslims is the very same Quran that was sent down to the Holy Prophet, and that it has not been altered. Nothing has been added to it, and nothing is missing from it. The Quran which was compiled by Imam Ali (excluding the commentaries) and the Quran that is in the hand of people today, are identical in terms of words and sentences. No word, verse, chapter is missing. The only difference is that the current Quran (collected by the companions) is not in the order that was revealed. The completeness of Quran is so indisputable among Shia that the great Shia scholar, Abu Ja'far Muhammad Ibn Ali Ibn al-Husain Ibn Babwayh, known as "Shaikh Saduq" (309/919-381/991), wrote: "Our belief is that the Quran which Allah revealed to His Prophet Muhammad is (the same as) the one between the two covers (daffatayn). And it is the one which is in the hands of the people, and is not greater in extent than that. The number of Surahs as generally accepted is one hundred and fourteen...And he who asserts that we say that it is greater in extent than that, is a liar." Some ignorant opponents of the Shia mentioned that we apply al-Taqiyya(dissimulation) and we do not release our actual belief on Quran. These people never tried to understand that Taqiyya is for the time when my life or the life of the other fellow is in danger. There is no need to conceal my belief here since I am not under prosecution. The above article is witness to what I say. Taqiyya is not a good excuse for these people in front of Allah to disregard what Shia present. They have liberty to check the traditions which we have mentioned in different articles, or they can else ask their "honest" scholars to do that. And the truth is the best to be followed... -Sent by Reza A Rizvi

Sunday, October 04, 2009

Imam Ali (a.s) and Candle‏

A candle burnt by his side, as he sat down meticulously recording all the revenue and the expenses of the treasury. Just then Talha and Zubair appeared. They aspired to some positions of authority in Ali’s (a.s.) rule and had come to strike a deal. If Ali (a.s.) gave them a place of distinction, they would in turn pledge their full support. Ali (a.s.) knew of this. Just as they sat down, Ali (a.s.) put out the candle and lit another one. Talha and Zubair exchanged a glance of surprise and then one of them said: “O Ali, we have come on some important business. But why did you extinguish the first candle?” Imam Ali (a.s.) replied: “That was a candle bought of Treasury funds. As long as I worked for the Treasury, I used it. Now you have come for some personal work, so I use the candle bought of my personal fund.” Talha and Zubair left him without saying another word

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Destruction of the Cemetery Jannat Al-Baqi

8th of Sahwwal 1430 A.H. - Anniversary of the destruction of the cemetery of al-Baqi. The cemetery of al-Baqi is located in Medina, Saudi Arabia. It is the cemetery where four honorable Imams - Imam Hasan(a.s.), Imam Zain al-Abideen(a. s.), Imam Mohammad Baqir(a.s.) and Imam Jaffer Sadiq(a.s.) - and the beloved daughter of the Prophet Mohammad(sawaw) and the leader of the women of Paradise Bibi Fatima Zehra(s.a.) are buried. In addition, a number of important personalities and honorable companions of the Holy Prophet(sawaw) are also buried there. On 21st April 1925, 8th Shawwal 1345 A.H., the ruling Saudi Government bombed and destroyed the holy Cemetery and razed all the mausoleum structures. Their main excuse was the teachings of their Wahabi Sect which considers all types of intercession to Allah(swt) through the Prophet(sawaw) and his Ahl-e-Bait(a. s.) a bid'ah and a sin. Their teachings also consider the visiting of the graves of the Prophet(sawaw) and other personalities as shirk - polytheism. Their real aim, however, was to distance the Muslims from their history and important historical personalities. Their teachings have, however, been refuted logically and referentially proven wrong by all other sects of Islam including the Shiite and Sunnites. Detailed History: On 8th Shawwal, Wednesday, in the year 1345 AH (April 21, 1925), mausoleums in Jannatul Al-Baqi (Medina) were demolished by King Ibn Saud. In the same year (1925), he also demolished the tombs of holy personalities at Jannat al-Mualla (Makkah) where the Holy Prophet (sawaw)'s mother, wife, grandfather and other ancestors are buried. Destruction of sacred sites in Hijaz by the Saudi Wahhabi's continues even today. The origins of Jannat Al-Baqi Literally "Al-Baqi" means a tree garden. It is also known as "Jannat Al-Baqi" due to its sanctity, since in it are buried many of our Prophet's relatives and companions. The first companion buried in Al-Baqi was Uthman bin Madhoon who died on the 3rd of Sha'ban in the 3rd year of Hijrah. The Prophet (sawaw) ordered certain trees to be felled, and in its midst, he buried his dear companion, placing two stones over the grave. In the following years, the Prophet's son Ibrahim, who died in infancy and over whom the Prophet (sawaw) wept bitterly, was also buried there. The people of Medina then began to use that site for the burial of their own dead, because the Prophet (sawaw) used to greet those who were buried in Al-Baqi by saying, "Peace be upon you, O abode of the faithful! God willing, we should soon join you. O Allah, forgive the fellows of Al-Baqi". The site of the burial ground at Al-Baqi was gradually extended. Nearly seven thousand companions of the Holy Prophet (sawaw) were buried there, not to mention those of the Ahlul Bayt (as). Imam Hasan bin Ali (as), Imam Ali bin Hussain (as), Imam Muhammad bin Ali (as), and Imam Ja'far bin Muhammad (as) were all buried there. Among other relatives of the Prophet (sawaw) who were buried at Al-Baqi are: his aunts Safiya and Aatika, and his Aunt Fatima bint al-Asad, the mother of Imam Ali (as). The third caliph Uthman was buried outside Al-Baqi, but with later extensions, his grave was included in the area. In later years, great Muslim scholars like Malik bin Anas and many others, were buried there too. Thus, did Al-Baqi become a well-known place of great historic significance to all Muslims. Jannat Al-Baqi as viewed by historians Umar bin Jubair describes Al-Baqi as he saw it during his travel to Medina, saying "Al-Baqi is situated to the east of Medina". You enter it through the gate known as the gate of Al-Baqi. As you enter, the first grave you see on your left is that of Safiya, the Prophet's aunt, and further still is the grave of Malik bin Anas, the Imam of Medina. On his grave is raised a small dome. In front of it is the grave of Ibrahim son of our Prophet (sawaw) with a white dome over it, and next to it on the right is the grave of Abdul-Rahman son of Umar bin al-Khattab, popularly known as Abu Shahma, whose father had kept punishing him till death overtook him. Facing it are the graves of Aqeel bin Abi Talib and Abdullah bin Ja'far al-Tayyar. There, facing those graves is a small shrine containing the graves of the Prophet's wives, following by a shrine of Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib. Hazrat Fatima Zahra (S.A.): Used to lament over her father s demise for six months continuously till she died. The Place where she was lamenting was an attic occupied by her in the grave yard at Jannatul Baqi. At this place after the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (A.S.) Janab Um ul Baneen wife of Amir ul Momeneen Ali Ibne Abi Taleb (A.S.) and the mother of Janab Abbas used to lament over Imam Hussain (A.S.) in a heartrending manner. It was here that the citizens of Medina used together to join in the wailings. Hazrat Rabab, wife of Imam Hussian (A.S.) also frequented this place to cry. Janab-e-Zainab and Umm-e-Kulsoom were also among the regular mourners. This place is popularly known as Baitul Huzn. Its original name was Baitul Ahzaan (The house of mourning).The grave of Hasan bin Ali (as), situated near the gate to its right hand, has an elevated dome over it. His head lies at the feet of Abbas bin Abdul Muttalib, and both graves are raised high above the ground; their walls are paneled with yellow plates and studded with beautiful star-shaped nails. This is how the grave of Ibrahim, son of the Prophet (sawaw) has also been adorned. Behind the shrine of Abbas there is the house attributed to Fatima, daughter of our Prophet (sawaw), known as "Bayt al-Ahzaan" (the house of grief) because it is the house she used to frequent in order to mourn the death of her father, the chosen one, peace be upon him. At the farthest end of Al-Baqi is the grave of the caliph Uthman, with a small dome over it, and there, next to it, is the grave of Fatima bint Asad, mother of Ali bin Abi Talib (as). After a century and a half, the famous traveler Ibn Batuta came to describe Al-Baqi in a way which does not in any way differ from the description given by Ibn Jubair. He adds saying, "At Al-Baqi are the graves of numerous Muhajirin and Ansar and many companions of the Prophet (sawaw), except that most of their names are unknown." Thus, over the centuries, Al-Baqi remained a sacred site with renovations being carried out as and when needed till the Wahhabi's rose to power in the early nineteenth century. The latter desecrated the tombs and demonstrated disrespect to the martyrs and the companions of the Prophet (sawaw) buried there. Muslims who disagreed with them were branded as "infidels" and were subsequently killed. The first destruction of Jannat Al-Baqi The Wahhabi's believed that visiting the graves and the shrines of the Prophets, the Imams, or the saints was a form of idolatry and totally un-Islamic. Those who did not conform to their belief were killed and their property was confiscated. Since their first invasion of Iraq, and till nowadays, in fact, the Wahhabi's, as well as other rulers of the Gulf States, having been carrying out massacres from which no Muslim who disagreed with them was spared. Obviously, the rest of the Islamic World viewed those graves with deep reverence. Had it not been so, the two caliphs Abu Bakr and Umar would not have expressed their desire for burial near the grave of the Prophet (sawaw). From 1205 AH to 1217 AH, the Wahhabi's made several attempts to gain a foothold in Hijaz but failed. Finally, in 1217 AH, they somehow emerged victorious in Taif where they spilled the innocent blood of Muslims. In 1218 AH, they entered Makkah and destroyed all sacred places and domes there, including the one which served as a canopy over the well of Zamzam. In 1221, the Wahhabi's entered Medina to desecrate Al-Baqi as well as every mosque they came across. An attempt was even made to demolish the Prophet's tomb, but for one reason or another, the idea was abandoned. In subsequent years, Muslims from Iraq, Syria, and Egypt were refused entry into Makkah for Hajj. King Al-Saud set a pre-condition that those who wished to perform the pilgrimage would have to accept Wahhabism or else be branded as non-Muslims, becoming ineligible for entry into the Haram. Al-Baqi was razed to the ground, with no sign of any grave or tomb whatsoever. But the Saudis were still not quite satisfied with doing all of that. Their king ordered three black attendants at the Prophet's shrine to show him where the treasures of valuable gifts were stored. The Wahhabi's plundered the treasure for their own use. Thousands of Muslims fled Makkah and Medina in a bid to save their lives and escape from the mounting pressure and persecution at the hands of the Wahhabi's. Muslims from all over the world denounced this Saudi savagery and exhorted the Caliphate of the Ottoman Empire to save the sacred shrines from total destruction. Then, as it is known, Muhammad Ali Basha attacked Hijaz and, with the support of local tribes, managed to restore law and order in Medina and Makkah, dislodging the Al-Saud clansmen. The entire Muslim world celebrated this victory with great fanfare and rejoicing. In Cairo, the celebrations continued for five days. No doubt, the joy was due to the fact that pilgrims were once more allowed freely to go for Hajj, and the sacred shrines were once again restored. In 1818 AD, the Ottaman Caliph Abdul Majid and his successors, Caliphs Abdul Hamid and Mohammed, carried out the reconstruction of all sacred places, restoring the Islamic heritage at all important sites. In 1848 and 1860 AD, further renovations were made at the expense of nearly seven hundred thousand pounds, most of which came from the donations collected at the Prophet's tomb. The second plunder by the Wahhabi's The Ottoman Empire had added to the splendor of Medina and Makkah by building religious structures of great beauty and architectural value. Richard Burton, who visited the holy shrines in 1853 AD disguised as an Afghan Muslim and adopting the Muslim name Abdullah, speaks of Medina boasting 55 mosques and holy shrines. Another English adventurer who visited Medina in 1877-1878 AD describes it as a small beautiful city resembling Istanbul. He writes about its white walls, golden slender minarets and green fields. 1924 AD Wahhabi's entered Hijaz for a second time and carried out another merciless plunder and massacre. People in streets were killed. Houses were razed to the ground. Women and children too were not spared. Awn bin Hashim (Shairf of Makkah) writes: "Before me, a valley appeared to have been paved with corpses, dried blood staining everywhere all around. There was hardly a tree which didn't have one or two dead bodies near its roots." 1925 Medina surrendered to the Wahhabi onslaught. All Islamic heritages were destroyed. The only shrine that remained intact was that of the Holy Prophet (sawaw). Ibn Jabhan says: "We know that the tomb standing on the Prophet's grave is against our principles, and to have his grave in a mosque is an abominable sin." Tombs of Hamza and other martyrs were demolished at Uhud. The Prophet's mosque was bombarded. On protest by Muslims, assurances were given by Ibn Saud that it will be restored but the promise was never fulfilled. A promise was given that Hijaz will have an Islamic multinational government. This was also abandoned. 1925 AD Jannat al-Mu'alla, the sacred cemetery at Makkah was destroyed along with the house where the Holy Prophet (sawaw) was born. Since then, this day is a day of mourning for all Muslims. Is it not strange that the Wahhabi's find it offensive to have the tombs, shrines and other places of importance preserved, while the remains of their Saudi kings are being guarded at the expense of millions of dollars? Protest from Indian Muslims 1926, protest gatherings were held by shocked Muslims all over the world. Resolutions were passed and a statement outlining the crimes perpetrated by Wahhabi's was issued and included the following: The destruction and desecration of the holy places i.e. the birth place of the Holy Prophet (sawaw), the graves of Banu Hashim in Makkah and in Jannat Al-Baqi (Medinah), the refusal of the Wahhabi's to allow Muslims to recite Ziyarah or Surah al-Fatiha at those graves. The destruction of the places of worships i.e. Masjid Hamza, Masjid Abu Rasheed, in addition to the tombs of Imams and Sahaba (Prophet's companions). Interference in the performance of Hajj rituals. Forcing the Muslims to follow the Wahhabi's innovations and to abandon their own ways according to the guidance of the Imams they follow. The massacre of sayyids in Taif, Medina, Ahsa, and Qatif. The demolition of the grave of the Imams at Al-Baqi which deeply offended and grieved all Shias. Protest from other countries Similar protests were lodged by Muslims in Iran, Iraq, Egypt, Indonesia, and Turkey. All of them condemn the Saudi Wahhabi's for their barbaric acts. Some scholars wrote tracts and books to tell the world the fact that what was happening in Hijaz was actually a conspiracy plotted by the Jews against Islam, under the guise of Tawheed. The idea was to eradicate the Islamic legacy and heritage and to systematically remove all its vestiges so that in the days to come, Muslims will have no affiliation with their religious history. A partial list of the demolished graves and shrines Al-Mualla graveyard in Makkah which includes : The grave of Sayyida Khadija bint Khuwailid (sa), wife of the Prophet (sawaw), The grave of Amina bint Wahab, mother of the Prophet (sawaw), The grave of Abu Talib, father of Imam Ali (as), The grave of Abdul Muttalib, grandfather of the Prophet (sawaw) The grave of Hawa (Eve) in Jeddah The grave of the father of the Prophet (sawaw) in Medina The house of sorrows (Bayt al-Ahzaan) of Sayyida Fatima (as) in Medina The Salman al-Farsi mosque in Medina The Raj'at ash-Shams mosque in Medina The house of the Prophet (sawaw) in Medina, where he lived after migrating from Makkah The house of Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq (as) in Medina The complex (mahhalla) of Banu Hashim in Medina The house of Imam Ali (as) where Imam Hasan (as) and Imam Hussain (as) were born The house of Hamza and the graves of the martyrs of Uhud (as) .......................... Zinda rahi to baap ko rone nahi diya Mehroom jaayedaad-e-Mohammad se kar diya Darwaaze ko giraya tho Mohsin ne ki khaza Pehlu shikasta ho gaya zulm aysa khuch kiya Raahat na di hayaat me Binte Rasool ko Mismaar aaj kar diya Khabre Batool ko ......................... Kis muh se ye kahoun ke miti khabre Syeeda toodi gayi Mzaare Hasan wa museebata Zainul Abideen, Baqar-o-Jafar ki khabr ka hai hai nishaan bi koyi baqi nahi raha Is zulm ki nazeer tho ye asmaan nahi Sadaat ki bi khabroun ka naam-o-nishaan nahi

Monday, September 21, 2009

Why we celebrate Eid

Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Azha prayers are obligatory during the time of Imam (A.S.), and it is necessary to offer them in congregation. However during the present times when the Holy Imam is in Occultation, these prayers are Mustahab, and may be offered individually as well as in congregation. The time for Eid prayers is from sunrise till Zuhr. just to convey all readers , the importance of Eid ul fitr. I would like to start this topic with a sermon of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (as) delivered on the day of Eid al-Fitr, in which he said: "O people! Verily this day of yours is the day when the righteous are awarded and the wretched are losers. It is a day which is similar to the one on which you shall be standing (before your Lord). Therefore, when you come out of your homes to go to places of your prayer, remind yourselves about the day when you (your souls) shall come out of your bodies to go to your Lord. When you stand on places of your prayer, remind yourselves of your standing in presence of your Lord (on the day of Judgement). And when you return to your homes (after prayer), remind yourselves about your returning to your homes in Paradise.(Nahjul-Balaghah) That is why It is recommended that Eid prayers be performed in the open fields, to walk barefooted to attend Eid prayers and to perform Sajdah on earth and to do Ghusl before namaz, and to place a white turban on one's head. The Holy Qur'an says:Whoever has done an atom 's weight of good, will see it and whoever has done an atom's weight of evil, will also see it. (Surah az-Zilzal, 99:7,8) Eid Mubrak to all of you.

Eid ul Fitr Mubarak (2009)

Salam, Eid ul Fitr Mubarak to all of you & your family members, May ALLAH accept our prayers & Fullfill all our wishes on this Grand Auspicious day. Hope Holy month of Ramadaan ended on a note for all of us. Eid Ul Fitr starts on even better ….. Yusuf

Friday, September 18, 2009

What our MASOMEEN (as) says On Travel

Travel 1ـ رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): سافِرُوا تَصِحُّوا وتَغنَمُوا. 1– The Prophet (SAWA) said, 'Travel and you will be healthy and wealthy.’[Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 17470] 2ـ رسولُ اللهِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): السَّفَرُ قِطعَةٌ مِنَ العَذابِ ، وإذا قَضَى أحَدُكُم سَفَرَهُ فَليُسرِعِ الإيابَ إلى أهلِهِ. 2– The Prophet (SAWA) said, 'Travel is a type of chastisement, so when one's travel comes to an end one must hurry back home to one's family.’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 222, no. 7] 3ـ الإمامُ عليٌّ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): سَلْ عَنِ الرَّفيقِ قَبلَ الطَّريقِ ، وعنِ الجارِ قَبلَ الدّارِ. 3– Imam Ali (AS) said, 'Concern yourself with your companion [on the journey] over the way itself, and with your neighbour [upon your return] before your house.’[Nahj al-Balagha, Letter 31] آدابُ السَّفَرِ Etiquette of Travelling 4ـ رسولُ اللهِ‏ِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إذا كانَ ثلاثةٌ في سَفَرٍ فَلْيُؤَمِّرُوا أحَدَهُم . 4– The Prophet (SAWA) said, 'If three people are travelling together, they must place one of them in charge.’[Kanz al-`Ummal, no. 17550] 5ـ رسولُ اللهِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): سَيِّدُ القَومِ خادِمُهُم في السَّفَرِ . 5– The Prophet (SAWA) said, 'During a journey, the chief of the people should be their servant.’[Makarim al-Akhlaq, v. 1, p. 536, no. 1866] 6ـ رسولُ اللهِ (صَلَّيَ اللهُ عَلَيهِ وَ آلِهِ): إذا خَرَجَ أحَدُكُم إلى سَفَرٍ ثُمّ قَدِمَ على أهلِهِ فَلْيُهدِهِم ولْيُطرِفهُم ولو حِجارةً ! 6– The Prophet (SAWA) said, 'When you go away on a journey, upon your return to your family you should bring them back a gift or a novelty, even if it be a mere stone!’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 283, no. 2] 7ـ الإمامُ عليٌّ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): لا تَصحَبَنَّ في سَفَرٍ مَن لا يَرى لكَ الفَضلَ علَيهِ كما تَرى لَهُ الفَضلَ علَيكَ. 7– Imam Ali (AS) said, 'Do not accompany on a journey someone who does not consider you worthier than himself, nor someone who you do not consider worthier than yourself.’[Bihar al-Anwar, p. 267, no. 8] 8ـ الإمامُ الصّادقُ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): اِفتَتِحْ سَفَرَكَ بالصَّدقَةِ واخرُجْ إذا بَدا لكَ؛ فإنَّكَ تَشتَرِي سلامَةَ سَفَرِكَ. 8– Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'Commence your journey with the giving of charity, and leave when the time seems right, for verily you buy the safety of your journey [with charity].’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 100, p. 103, no. 5] 9ـ الإمامُ الصّادقُ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): قالَ لقمانُ لابنِهِ: إذا سافَرتَ مَع قَومٍ فَأكثِرِ استِشارَتَهُم في أمرِكَ وأمرِهِم ، وأكثِرِ التَّبَسُّمَ في وُجوهِهِم ، وكُن كَريما على زادِكَ بَينَهُم ، وإذا دَعَوكَ فَأجِبهُم ، وإذا استَعانُوكَ فَأعِنهُم ، واغلِبهُم بثَلاثٍ: طُولِ الصَّمتِ ، وكَثرَةِ الصَّلاةِ ، وسَخاءِ النَّفسِ بما مَعكَ مِن دابَّةٍ أو مالٍ أو زادٍ. 9– Imam al-Sadiq (AS) narrated that Luqman said to his son, 'When you travel in the company of people, consult with them frequently about each of your affairs, make them smile often, and be generous in sharing your provisions with them. When they call you, answer them, and when they ask for your help, assist them. Try to outdo them in three things: long periods of silence, an abundance of prayer, and open-handedness with them with whatever you possess of riding animal, wealth or food.’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 271, no. 28] 10ـ الإمامُ الصّادقُ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): أمّا مُرُوَّةُ السَّفَرِ فَبَذلُ الزادِ ، والمِزاحُ في غَيرِ ما يُسخِطُ اللّه‏َ ، وقِلّةُ الخِلافِ على مَن تَصحَبُهُ، وتَركُ الرِّوايَةِ علَيهِم إذا أنتَ فارَقتَهُم . 10– Imam al-Sadiq (AS) said, 'The ideal courteousness during a journey entails sharing one's provisions freely, joking light-heartedly in matters that do not displease Allah, hardly ever disputing with your travelling companions, and never telling tales about them once you have parted company from them.’[Amali al-Mufid, p. 44, no. 3] السَّفَرُ المَنهِيُّ عَنهُ The Prohibited Journey 11ـ الإمامُ عليٌّ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): لا يَخرُجِ الرَّجُلُ في سَفَرٍ يَخافُ فيهِ على دِينِهِ وصَلاتِهِ . 11– Imam Ali (AS) said, 'A man must never go on a journey in which he has cause to fear for his faith or his prayer.’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 283, no. 2] 12ـ الإمامُ الصّادقُ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ) ـ لَمّا سَألَهُ محمّدُ بنُ مسلمٍ عنِ الرَّجُلِ يُجنِبُ في السَّفَرِ ، فلا يَجِدُ إلّا الثَّلجَ أو ماءً جامداً ـ: هُو بِمَنزِلَةِ الضَّرُورةِ ، ولا أرى أن يَعُودَ إلى هذِهِ الأرضِ التي تُوبِقُ دِينَهُ . 12– Imam al-Sadiq (AS) was asked by Muhammad b. Muslim about the situation of a man who becomes ritually impure (mujnib) during his journey, and has nothing but snow or ice at his disposal [and therefore cannot perform the obligatory bath to purify himself]. Imam (AS) replied, 'This is a situation of primary necessity, and I do not think that he should ever return to such a place where his religion is at stake.’[Bihar al-Anwar, v. 76, p. 222, no. 9] التَّنَزُّهِ Travelling for Recreation 13ـ الإمامُ الصّادقُ (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ) ـ لَمّا دَخَلَ علَيهِ عمرُو بنُ حُرَيثٍ وهُو في مَنزِلِ أخيهِ عبدِ اللّه‏ِ بنِ محمّدٍ فقالَ لَهُ: جُعِلتُ فِداكَ ، ما حَوَّلَكَ إلى هذا المَنزِلِ؟ ـ: طَلَبُ النُّزهَةِ. 13– Imam al-Sadiq (AS) was once at his brother `Aabdullah b. Muhammad's house when `Aamr b. Hurayth entered and asked him, 'What has brought you to this place?' to which he replied, 'Seeking recreation.’[al-Mahasin, v. 2, p. 461, no. 2595] 14ـ الإمامُ الرِّضا (عَلَيهِ الّسَلامُ): لَقَد خَرَجنا إلى نُزهَةٍ لَنا ونَسِيَ بعض الغِلمانُ المِلحَ فَذَبَحُوا لَنا شاةً مِن أسمن ما يكونُ فمَا انتَفَعنا بِشَيءٍ حتّى انصَرَفنا. 14– Imam al-Rida (AS) said, 'We had gone out for a picnic when one of the servants forgot to bring the salt. Even though they had slaughtered the plumpest sheep there was for us, it was of no use to us until we left.’[al-Kafi, v. 6, p. 326, no. 7]

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Thursday, September 17, 2009

Big Issue : Shias ! Can u tell why your imam is higher in status than prophets,and r equal in rank&status to Prophet (saw)?

Momneen, Heading of this article is not mine...read it carefully. A propaganda is going on internet that we Shias rank high our Imams in comparison to our beloved Prophets. You can see this at http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20081209112652AAv95ks What I want to say that if you people find anything like this please reply or contradict immediately. It's a campaign against Shias around the world. So, on Yahoo Answers some momneen replied about this hate question and you should read that how we should respond. Here are answers of momneen about that hate question - ...................................................... Salam i personaly think that Imams and prophets can't be compared. they both work towards the same goal, but with diffent dutys. as the Holy Quran says, Mohammad (PBUH) is only a messenger, only a reminder. Alllah tell Mohammad (PBUH) just to remind people. but the Imams protect the religion. the message is delivered by the prophet and is protected by the Imams. it's like saying, rank these two people who work in a bank. the guy who delivers the money or the securites who gurd the money/bank. you just can't compare them really as they have diffrent dutys alsthough they're working towards the same goal. so why do you think religion was completed when Imam Ali (as) was announced as the leader? because the message was delivered and it's going to be defended by Ali (as) and his generation. "...This day have I perfected for you your religion and completed My favor on you and chosen for you Islam as a religion; ..." (this verse was sent when Mohammad (PBUH) had choosen Imam Ali (as) as the leader of muslims after him when they were coming back from the last hajj) SHIA 4 LIFE !!!!! ........................................................... I'm a Shia. THE IMAMS ARE NOT RANKED HIGHER THAN THE PROPHET. You have been misinformed, I'm afraid to say. Also, if Shia's said the Imams were a higher staus than the prophets, how could they ALSO be equal status? You need to brush up on your grammar. BUT the imams are not ranked equal with the Prophet. You have been misinformed, I'm afraid to say. Maddy x ........................................................... Salaamalaikum, Do you not read the Glorius Quran? The Holy Quran says that Prophet Ibrahim PBUH was raised from the level of Rasool to an Imam, and Allah also promises him more Imams through his lineage, and we see that Muhammad RasoolAllah PBUH was a direct descendent of Prophet Ibrahim PBUH. When Ibrahim was tested by his Rabb (Allah) in certain matters and completed it (the test with success), (it was) said (unto him by Allah): “I shall raise ye as Imam of Mankind.” (Ibrahim said): “And from my descendants too?” (Allah) said, “My Promise shall not be for Zalimeen (evil doers).” (Holy Qur’an, Surah al-Baqarah, ayat 124) Mind it, he was already a Messenger, therefore Imamate is total leadership, unlike Risalah of many Messengers, whose message or mission was restricted to a particular clan, community, social, or religious aspect of life. Imamate is a function in totality, and it is not necessary for every Messenger to be an Imam, or every Imam to be a Messenger. Thus, Allah chose the house of Hadrat Ibrahim for Imamate, and amongst his descendants a majority of them were either Messengers or Imams, until the manifestation of the one for whom Prophet Ibrahim PBUH had made Du’a, the Holy Last Messenger, Muhammad PBUH, who Allah raised as Imam of Mursaleen (Messengers) and gave Hikmah (Wisdom), Rahmah (Mercy), and Generosity through his descendants, and made them Imams of all mankind, and thus purified them of all spiritual diseases, such as polytheism, worldly lusts, etc. Allah says in the Holy Qur’an: “Allah Desires to remove Rijis (spiritual impurities) O’ Ye Ahlul-Bayt, so as to keep you pure (outwardly and inwardly). (Surah al-Ahzab, ayat 33) ......and do not forget the words of the Holy Prophet he stated- “Verily, I am leaving among you two things to which if you adhere, you will never be misguided after me. One of the two is greater than the other: The Book of Allah, a rope extended from Heaven towards the Earth; and my ‘Itrit (descendants), the people of my house (Itrit; i.e.,Ahlul-Bayt). And they will never become separate till they have come to the Fountain (al-Kauthar). So see how you should differ from me about them.” (Tirmidhi) But my Muslim brothers and Sisters I have to say that you left the descendents of the Prophet, and then slaughtered them and their followers. Oh Allah please forgive the Sins of the Umaah Ameen yea I am terribly sorry for posting on your other question. Shabbir A. .......................................................... Prophet who bring the religion Imam who protect the religion after the prophet . how they are equel ? Staff of Moses .......................................................... i tell you why: "just because... imam... is ... sooooooo dear" Dawn .......................................................... There more answers, but I chosen few. I once again to appeal all of you please don't be shy and answer all questions posed by these type of people. If you don't want to answer, you can forward other shia momneen or shia blogs/shia websites. If you send us at http://shianetwrk.blogspot.com we will be happy to answer. Yusuf

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