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ARBEEN

Arbaeen Hosseini is famous for the 40th day of the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (peace be upon him) and his faithful companions, which coincides with the 20th day of the month of Safar.

According to some reports, the prisoners of Karbala went to Karbala on the 20th day of Safar 61 AH on their return from Syria to visit the grave of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) and other martyrs. However, some scholars such as Sheikh Tusi and Sheikh Mofid believe that the captives went from Syria to Medina; Also, some scholars, writers and Muqatil considered it unlikely that the captives arrived in Karbala during the first Arbaeen of Hussain and rejected the traditions and evidence in this case. However, Jabir bin Abdullah Ansari’s arrival in Karbala in Arba’in and the visitation of that Prophet, there is not much difference between the sources and the tradition of Arba’in pilgrimage was established by him.

Arbaeen pilgrimage is one of the recommended actions of this day and according to a narration from Imam Hassan Askari (peace be upon him), it is considered one of the signs of a believer. Shiites mourn on this day. The Arbaeen walk to Karbala is one of the largest mourning ceremonies and one of the largest religious gatherings in the world.

Eid al-Adha

Sacrifice of Abraham عید قربان | Painted by Muhammad Zaman, … | Flickr

Eid al-Qorban or Eid al-Adha is the tenth day of Dhu Hajj, which is one of the great Islamic holidays. According to traditions, on this day God commanded Ibrahim Khalil to sacrifice his son Ismail. He took Ishmael to the altar, but Gabriel came down with the “goat” and Ibrahim sacrificed it instead of Ishmael. The tradition of sacrifice on the day of Eid al-Adha in the land of Mena commemorates that event. Muslims who go to visit the house of God for Hajj, according to conditions, they are obliged to sacrifice in Mina.

In religious sources, practices for the night and day of this Eid are mentioned. Staying awake, bathing and pilgrimage Imam Hussain (pbuh) is one of the practices of the night of Eid and bathing, Eid al-Adha prayer, offering sacrifices, pilgrimage Imam Hussain (pbuh) and reciting the Nadbah prayer are some of the activities of Eid day. Fasting on Eid al-Adha is forbidden.

Eid al-Adha is an official holiday in Islamic countries and Muslims celebrate on this day.

kisa hadith

The hadith of Kisa is a hadith on the virtues of the Prophet (PBUH), Ali (AS), Fatima (AS), Hassan (AS) and Hussein (AS). The event of the hadith of Kisa took place in my house, Salma, the wife of the Prophet. When the verse of purification was revealed, the Holy Prophet (PBUH) covered himself and his family with a woolen cloth. Shiite Imams have cited this hadith to prove their virtue and superiority in taking over the Muslim caliphate. The text of a hadith that is mentioned in some keys called the hadith of Kisa, . The Prophet of Islam (PBUH) is supposed to receive an important message from God about some of his relatives in the house of his wife, Umm Salma. Therefore, he insists on his wife not to allow anyone to enter. On the other hand, on the same day, Fatima (PBUH), the daughter of the Prophet (PBUH), decides to prepare a suitable food for her father called Asideh (Kachi) [1]. He provides this food in a small stone cauldron and puts it on a plate and brings it to his father. The Prophet (PBUH) said to his daughter: “Go and bring your wife and two children.” Fatemeh (s) immediately returned home and entered her father’s house with her husband and two children, who were young at the time. Umm Salma got up at the suggestion of the Messenger of God (PBUH) and prayed beside him.

The Messenger of God (PBUH) sat with Ali (AS) and Fatima (AS) and his two children Hassan (AS) and Hussein (AS) at Fatima’s table. The Prophet (PBUH) puts a Khyber’s cloak (a cloak made of the people of the Khyber region) on his son-in-law, daughter and children, and points to the sky with his right hand and says: “O God! These are my Ahl al-Bayt (AS). “So remove any filth from them and cleanse them completely!” , Then Jibreel Amin, came down and recited the verse of purification: And make it clean.) [Parties-33]                                                                                                                                                                          Umm Salma came forward and lifted the corner of Kesa, but the Prophet (PBUH) took Kesa from her hand and prevented her from

Meeting of the great scholars of Islam with Imam al-Zaman (as) (1) 1- Sayyid Ibn Tawus

Sayyid ibn Tawus

 Sayyid Ibn Tawus was born in Muharram 580 in Hilla Seifiya. His name is Ali ibn Musa ibn Ja’far with the nicknames “Abu al-Qasim”, “Abu al-Hasan” and “Abu Musa” and he is nicknamed “Razi al-Din” and is known as “Ibn Tawus”.

Sayyid Ibn Tawus is one of the famous figures whose father and ancestors were all scholars and scientists of the Islamic world and were considered to be people of knowledge and virtue. Sayyid Ibn Tawus himself says about his pure lineage: “God Almighty, from our pure ancestors, Muhammad (PBUH), Ali (AS), Fatima (AS), Hassan, Hussein (AS) and Zayn al-Abidin (AS) to our fathers Abrar “It has given us the honor of our fathers, grandfathers and mothers, who were all religious and trustworthy and fully trusted by the people, and all of whom praised them and acknowledged their glory and greatness.”

Biography of Hazrat Abolfazl

Hazrat Abolfazl

The great father of Hazrat Abbas (PBUH) Amir al-Mu’minin, the guardian of the Messenger of God (PBUH) in the city of the sciences of prophethood, the first believer in God, the wife of the daughter of his prophet, Aaron’s companion for Moses in the presence of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the hero of Islam and He was the first defender of the word Tawhid, who fought with relatives and foreigners to spread the Islamic mission and achieve its great goals.

Abstract of the life of 12 Imams

shitte Imams

First Imam: Ali (AS)

Father’s name: Aboutaleb

Mother’s name: Fatemeh bint Assad

Fame: Morteza, Amir Mo’menan

Kuniyeh: Abul Hassan

Place of birth: Mecca, born in the Kaaba

Date of birth: 13 Rajab 601 AD

Duration of the Caliphate: 5 years

Imamate period: approximately 30 years

life: 63 years

Martyrdom time: 21 Ramadan 40 AH

Place of martyrdom: Kufa Mosque

His Holiness’s Tomb: Najaf in Iraq

Life span:

Bringing Islam to the age of ten

23 years friend of the Prophet

25 years away from the caliphate

About five years of caliphate.

What is Islam?

Islam is the last religion sent by God to guide humanity. Prophet Muhammad was the last prophet of God.

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Who is the Prophet of Islam

Name: Mohammed bin Abdullah

Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is called “Ahmad” in the Torah and some scriptures. Amina, the daughter of Wahhab, the mother of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) had called her “Ahmad” before naming her son Abdulmutallab.
Birth of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH): On Friday, the seventeenth day of Rabi’ah (570 AD) (Shiite version).
Birthplace of Prophet Muhammad: Mecca, in the land of Hejaz (present-day Saudi Arabia).

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How to become a Muslim

Muslim woman
Sarah after becoming a Muslim

Islam believes that man must do good research to find the right path. And research must be based on the three principles of monotheism:

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