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Posted on January 12, 2009 by

Response To Zakir Naik Part 2: The Oppressor, The Oppressed and A Sacrifice

Read this and this first. ************** In 60 AH, Yazid (L.A.), son of Muawiyah (L.A.), came to power. And the first step he took was to ask the Governor of Madinah, Walid bin Utba (L.A.), to get Imam Husain (A.S.) to pay allegiance to Yazeed (L.A.), or send his head to Damascus. Imam Husain (A.S.) Read More

Posted on November 20, 2008 by

I’m Not A Mushrik, Just Trying To Think…

Please read my previous post before reading this. ************** The Prophet Eesa (A.S.) was walking with his followers when on their way they passed a house where a wedding was to take place and celebrations were underway. He addressed his followers that when they would return the house would be filled with mourning as the Read More

Posted on July 30, 2008 by

Martyrdom of Imam Musa-e-Kazim (A.S.)

The 25th of Rajab marks the day of martyrdom of Imam Musa-e-Kazim (A.S.), the seventh Imam in the Progeny of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W.). He was the son of Imam Ja’far-e-Sadiq (A.S.) and Lady Hameedah Khatoon (S.A.). He was born on the 7th of Safar, 128 AH in Abwa between Makkah and Madinah.

Posted on July 18, 2008 by

The One born in the Ka’bah

On the eve of 13th of Rajab, 30 Am-ul-Feel, 600 AD, the residents of Makkah were enjoying a breezy night outside their homes in small gatherings when suddenly from the house of Abu Talib (A.S.) emerged a tall woman. Covered from head to toe, the characteristic purdah of the women of Bani Hashim (A.S.), people saw her move in the direction of the Ka’bah.

When she reached there, people thought that she would go towards the door but instead they saw the wall split from the middle and both halves move sideways. Astonished, they saw her pass through and disappear, and the walls slide back to close the opening.