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Ziarat of Imam Muhammad Taqi al-Jawad(A.S)

Ziarat of Imam Muhammad Taqi al-Jawad(A.S)

Peace be upon you; O Aba-Ja`far Muhammad, son of `Ali; the pious, the devout, the guide, and the loyal (to Almighty Allah) Peace be upon you; O the Pleased, the Pure Peace be upon you; O the Intimate Servant of Allah

Imam al-Jawad
 Hirz of Imam al-Jawad (AS)

Hirz of Imam al-Jawad (AS)

Imam lived for a year in Baghdad with Ummul Fadhl. She was very disobedient to Imam. When she found out that Imam had another wife (from the progeny of Ammar-e-Yasir) and that there was also children she was jealous and angry realizing that her father's plan had failed.

Imam al-Jawad
Imam Al-Javad (A.S.) Contact with the World of Unseen

Imam Al-Javad (A.S.) Contact with the World of Unseen

Following the martyrdom of Imam Reza (A.S.) eighty men of wisdom traveled to perform Hajj. On the way (to Mecca) they arrived Madina and went to Imam's (A.S.) house to pay him a visit. Imam (A.S.) who was a young age (child) move into the aggregation and all of them stood up to honor and respect him.

Imam al-Jawad
The Exemplary Life of Imam al-Jawad (A.S.)

The Exemplary Life of Imam al-Jawad (A.S.)

“Or do they envy the people for what Allah has given them out of His grace? We have certainly given the progeny of Ibrahim the Book and wisdom, and we have given them a great kingdom”. (4:54)

Imam al-Jawad
The Political Course in the Holy Imam Javad (AS)’s Life

The Political Course in the Holy Imam Javad (AS)’s Life

The Holy Imams of Ahlul-Bayt (A.S.), their followers, and those who supported them during the history of Islam, represented political oppositions against the Umayyad and Abbasid rulers, who usurped the caliphate and imposed their tyrannical rule on the Muslims and who stayed away from the political course, decreed by the Holy Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.) for his Ummah.

Imam al-Jawad
The Ninth Holy Imam of Shias

The Ninth Holy Imam of Shias

Imam lived for a year in Baghdad with Ummul Fadhl. She was very disobedient to Imam. When she found out that Imam had another wife (from the progeny of Ammar-e-Yasir) and that there were also children, she was jealous and angry realizing that her father's plan had failed. She complained to her father who also realized that his plan, to keep the 12th Imam in his progeny, had failed.

Imam al-Jawad
Childhood and Wisdom of Imam Muhammad Taqi (A.S.)

Childhood and Wisdom of Imam Muhammad Taqi (A.S.)

Imam Muhammad Taqi (A.S.), the ninth Imam and son of Imam Reza (A.S.), was appointed to Imamate at age of seven. As Imam Muhammad Taqi (A.S.), also referred to as Imam Jawad and Abu Ja'far, was the first Imam to be appointed to Imamate at such a young age, many may question its possibility and reliability.

Imam al-Jawad
Virtues of Hazrat Imam Taqi Al-Jawad (AS)

Virtues of Hazrat Imam Taqi Al-Jawad (AS)

In respect of his manners and qualities, Imam Muhammad Taqi (A.S.) – the ninth infallible successor f Prophet Muhammad (SAW) - occupied that lofty position of humaneness that is the distinguished characteristic of the Prophet (SAW) and his progeny. The predominant feature of his life style was to meet everybody with humility, to help the needy, to maintain human equality and observe simplicity.  

Imam al-Hadi
ZIYARAH OF IMAM ALI AL NAQI AL HADI

ZIYARAH OF IMAM ALI AL NAQI AL HADI

You may then enter the holy shrine preceding your right foot to the left. When you stop on the tomb of Imam Abu’l-Hasan al-Hadi, peace be upon him, directing your face towards the tomb and your back towards the kiblah direction, you may repeat the following word one hundred times

Imam al-Hadi
Imam al-Hadi's Answers to Yahya bin Aktham's Questions

Imam al-Hadi's Answers to Yahya bin Aktham's Questions

Musa bin Mohammed bin Ali Ar-Reza related: I met Yahya bin Aktham in a public meeting and he asked me a number of questions. I then came to my brother Ali bin Mohammed (peace be upon him) who addressed to me several admonitions that made me accede to the obedience to him.

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