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Imam Ali
The Excellence of Imam Ali Bin Abu Talib (A.S)

The Excellence of Imam Ali Bin Abu Talib (A.S)

1. Through his chain of authorities, he, peace be on him, said: [Allah's Messenger, may Allah bless him and his family, said:] "O 'Ali, I am the master of the messengers, and you are the commander of the faithful, Imam of the Allah-fearing, and leader of the excellent, famous ones."

Imam Hassan
 A Brief History of Imam Hassan’s Life

A Brief History of Imam Hassan’s Life

Imam Hassan Mujtaba (as) was the second Imam. He and his brother Imam Hussein were the two sons of Amir al-mu"minin Ali and Hadhrat Fatimah, the daughter of the Prophet. Many times the Prophet had said,"Hassan and Hussein are my children". Because of these same words Ali would say to his other children, "You are my children and Hasan and Hussein are the children of the Prophet."

Imam Hassan
Justifications of the Treaty and its Terms of Imam Hassan Mujtaba  (A.S)

Justifications of the Treaty and its Terms of Imam Hassan Mujtaba (A.S)

Imam Hasan [a] faced all the attempts of Mu’awiyah to corner him, before the start of the war, with a lofty, sublime spirit; the spirit which knew nothing but the truth and would never lower his head before the forces of falsehood.

Imam Hassan
The Pledge Of Allegiance (Imam Hassan)

The Pledge Of Allegiance (Imam Hassan)

The religion of Islam is what the Prophet, may Allah bless him and his family, propagated. For he (the Prophet): "Does not speak out of desire. It is naught but revelation that is revealed." So the Prophet had the right to nominate the Muslim successor for the succession.

Islamic Personalities
Khadija (S.A.), the Mother of All True Believers

Khadija (S.A.), the Mother of All True Believers

In Islamic terminology, based on God's revelation in the holy Qur'an, Omm al-Momineen or Mother of Believers is the title used for any of the several women who had the honour of being the wife of Prophet Muhammad (SAWA).

Islamic Personalities
Khadija, The Loyal Wife of Prophet

Khadija, The Loyal Wife of Prophet

Qusayy, then, is the ancestor of all clans belonging to Quraysh. According to some historians, Quraysh's real name was Fahr, and he was son of Malik son of Madar son of Kananah son of Khuzaimah son of Mudrikah son of Ilyas son of Mazar son of Nazar son of Ma`ad son of Adnan son of Isma`eel (Ishmael) son of Ibrahim (Abraham) son of Sam son of Noah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon the prophets from among his ancestors.

Islamic Personalities
Khadija: The Wife of Prophet Muhammad (P)

Khadija: The Wife of Prophet Muhammad (P)

If you wish to research the life of this great lady, and if you do not have al-Majlisi's voluminous [110 Vol.] encyclopedia titled Bihar al-Anwar, the best references are: al-Sayyuti's Tarikh al Khulafa, Abul-Faraj al-Isfahani's Aghani, Ibn Hisham's Seera, Muhammad ibn Ishaq's Seerat Rasool-Allah, and Tarikh al-rusul wal muluk by Abu Ja`far Muhammad ibn Jarir al-Tabari (839-923 A.D.).

Islamic Personalities
Hadrat Khadija (S.A.): Umm al-Momineen

Hadrat Khadija (S.A.): Umm al-Momineen

"By God, the Almighty did not grant me a better wife than her. She believed in me when the people used to mock at me and she acknowledged me when the people denied me. She shared her wealth and property with me and she bore me children which I was not destined to have through other women." (Sahih Bukhari)

Various Articles
What Have We Gained From Ramadan?

What Have We Gained From Ramadan?

We leave the blessed month of Ramadan, its beautiful days and its fragrant nights. We leave the month of the Quran, Taqwa, patience, jihad, mercy, forgiveness and freedom from hellfire…

Various Articles
Are You Ready For Ramadan?, Getting our Families Prepared For the Holy Month

Are You Ready For Ramadan?, Getting our Families Prepared For the Holy Month

Rajab and Sha’ban are great times to get our minds, hearts, and homes ready for Ramadan. Seize the opportunity of Sha'ban and get ready for Ramadan!!

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