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Islamic Personalities

Hamzah, the Brave

Hamzah, the Brave

Muhammed Mustafa, the Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and his Ahlel-Bayt), though safe under the protection of his uncle, Abu Talib, was not immune from harassment by the infidels. Whenever they found an opportunity for baiting him, they didn't miss it. .

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Ziarat of Hazrat Hamza (as)

Ziarat of Hazrat Hamza (as) Peace be upon you O uncle of the Prophet of Allah peace be upon him and his family; Peace be upon you O best of the martyrs; Peace be upon you O lion of Allah and the lion of His Prophet.

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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)

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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.).

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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.

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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).

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Ali Al-Akbar (p), Look-alike of the Prophet (p)

Ali Al-Akbar (p), Look-alike of the Prophet (p) The Hashemite Prince Hazrat Ali Al-Akbar (p), son of Imam Al-Hussain (p) and Hazrat Umm-e-Layla (p), born on 11 Shaban, possessed so much remarkable resemblance to the holy prophet Hazrat Muhammad (p) that the Chief of Martyrs and Leader of the Youths of Paradise Al-Imam Al-Hussain (p) was often heard to say “Whenever I desire to see the holy prophet (p) I look at him.”

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Birth of Al-Abbas (A.S)

Birth of Al-Abbas (A.S) "Peace be upon Ab al-Fadl al-Abbas, he preferred his brother to himself and sacrificed himself for his brother, supplied himself with opportunities of today for (the rewards of) the hereafter, hurried to supply the family of Imam with water, and his two hands were cut off during performing this task.” (Part of Ziarah Nahiah Muqaddasah)

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Saqqa (one who quenches the thirst); the Celebrated Title Hadrat Abbas (A.S.)

Saqqa (one who quenches the thirst); the Celebrated Title Hadrat Abbas (A.S.) The Holy Prophet (s.a.w.a.) said, "The most superior deed before Allah is to satiate the thirst of the thirsty, even if it be an animal." (Darrusslam, vol. 3, pg. 162)

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A Glimpse on the Hazrat Abbas' Life and Characters

A Glimpse on the Hazrat Abbas' Life and Characters Hazrat Ali married Fatimah Binti Huzaam Ibne Khalid in 24 Hijrah. Fatimah gave birth to Hazrat Abbas on the 4th Shabaan, 26th Hijrah. In 27th Hijrah Ja'far was born and in 29th Hijrah Uthmaan was born. Abdullah was born in 32nd Hijrah. Because she had four sons Fatima Binti Huzaam was known as Ummul Baneen.

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The Short Life History of Hazrat Abbas (A.S)

The Short Life History of Hazrat Abbas (A.S) It was the fourth of Sha’ban in the year 26 AH. In the holy city of Medina, a man came running to the Prophet’s Mosque. He stood for a moment at the door looking among the worshippers for some particular person.

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A Glance on the Life of Hazrat Abbas (A.S)

A Glance on the Life of Hazrat Abbas (A.S) Abbas ibn Ali was the son of Ali ibn Abu Talib and Fatima binte Hizam, commonly known as Ummul Baneen. Abbas is particularly revered by Shi’a Muslims for his loyalty to his half-brother and third Shi’a Imam, Hussain ibn Ali, his respect for the Ahl al-Bayt, and his role in the battle of Karbala. Abbas was married to Lubaba binte Obaidullah ibn Abbas ibn Abdul Muttalib.

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Hazrat Umm al Baneen - First Husseini Eulegy Chanter

Hazrat Umm al Baneen - First Husseini Eulegy Chanter It is recorded in historical accounts that mother of King of Fidelity Hadrat Abul Fazl al-Abbas (A.S.) and spouse of Commander of Faithful Al-Imam Ali bin Abi Taleb (A.S.) Hadrat Fatima Binte Hazam bin Khalid Ibn-e-Rabi'ea Ibn-e-Amer Al-Kalabi, also known as 'Ummul Baneen' (S.A.), was died on 13th Jamadi al-Thani 64 AH

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A Glimpse on the life of Lady Umm-ul-Baneen: Mother of Hazrat Abbas

A Glimpse on the life of Lady Umm-ul-Baneen: Mother of Hazrat Abbas Hazrat Fatima bint-e-Hazm bin Khalid (also known as Umm-ul-Baneen) was the wife of Imam Ali(a.s.) and mother of Hazrat Abbas(a.s.)

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Who is Umm-ul-Baneen?

 Who is Umm-ul-Baneen? Umm-ul-Baneen is the glorious mother of al-’Abbas. Her name was Fatima, daughter of Hizam. Historians have referred to her name among names of eleven mothers each of whom were known for their glory, honor, and good reputation. 1 Her father too was one of the most celebrated personalities of the Arabs, and was the chief of his people.

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Sermon of Hadrat Zainab (A.S.) in Shaam

Sermon of Hadrat Zainab (A.S.) in Shaam Presenting this sermon of Bint-e-Ali on the occasion of Arba’in when Hadrat Zainab Bint-e-Ali (A.S.) along with other holy ladies and children of Ahl-ol Beit (A.S.) came to Karbala …

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Fatima bint Assad: The Mother of Imam Ali (A.S.)

Fatima bint Assad: The Mother of Imam Ali (A.S.) One of the exemplary women in the history of Islam was Fatima bint Assad, who got many honors in her blessed life. Her father was Assad, son of Hashim. Her life is worthy of note from different aspects, because the virtues that Allah had bestowed on her were so great that no other woman, before or after her, could be her equal in that respect.

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Hadrat Abu Taleb (A.S.) Al-Momin

Hadrat Abu Taleb (A.S.) Al-Momin Eeman is the infinitive form of the verb (aamana) and it means believing or trusting. Later on the word eeman takes a religious sense to mean faithfulness and it has its special definition. Al-mo'min is the opposite of al-kafir (the unfaithful). Eeman according to the religious definition is: faith in the heart (mind) and certification by the tongue of what has been revealed by Allah to the Prophet (s).

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Martyrdom of Ammar Ibn Yasir

Martyrdom of Ammar Ibn Yasir On the other hand the traders and the rich of Quraish had spite against Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his message of Islam. Hence, they plotted against Islam and the Muslims. Abu Jahl was the most spiteful polytheist; he mistreated Holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his followers very much.

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Historical Evidences of Hadrat Abu Talib's Firm Faith in Holy Prophet (S.A.W.)

Historical Evidences of Hadrat Abu Talib's Firm Faith in Holy Prophet (S.A.W.) In that great highbred house and under the care of that merciful father, from whose high instructions and great school Abu Talib had graduated. He entered from the wide gate of life armed with the high principles of the great house and the glorious past of his fathers.

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