“Karbalā”  The bridge of Emergence

January 11, 2020 0

The rise of Imam Huṣayn (pbuh) wasn’t not limited in time and space.

As supporting Imām Huṣayn (pbuh) meant fighting in the “battlefront of Karbala”, supporting Ḥojjat ibn al- Haṣan1 [Imām Zamān (mgehr)] is through taking part in the “soft war of knowledge and culture.”

Āshūrāii companions not only weren’t afraid of being wounded by swords and spears, but also they welcomed the martyrdom with smiles.

The Light of the Guidance

January 4, 2020 0

With his martyrdom,

Imam Huṣayn (pbuh) disgraced Umayyad government. And this led to its destruction at last.

Likewise, by his emergence, Imām Zamān (mgehr) will cause a disgrace in all of the oppressing government in the world.

The time Qurʾān commemorates on the martyrs…

December 25, 2019 0

Saʿd b. ʿAbd Allāh said:

 [Once] Aḥmad b. Isḥāq and I were sitting in the presence of Imām Askarī (pbuh).

I had some questions, [but] the Imām stated, ‘Ask my dear [then he pointed to His Excellency Mahdī (mgehr)].

Al- Nafs al- Zakiyyah’s name and title

December 16, 2019 0

In one or two narrations, they named [Al- Nafs] “Muḥammad ibn al- Haṣan”. But because they are weak in terms of document, they aren’t reliable.

In most narrations, he wasn’t pointed to by his real name. He was just pointed to, by the title or kind of that. They are such as:

1-    Al- Nafs: This refers to the very Nafs al- Zakiyyah. 

Two strange reactions| Some news of Battle of Karbalā

December 16, 2019 0

When Imām Huṣayne (pbuh) addressed Moslem ibn Aqil1’s children, “Moslem’s martyrdom is too much for your family! You had better go back to your houses.” Moslem’s children reacted, “Are we expected to tell the people, ‘We have left our Imām (pbuh), our leader and elder alone among the enemies. We didn’t defend him?! We swear by God; we will never do such a thing! May our lives and properties be sacrificed for you!”’

The meaning of Al- Nafs al- Zakiyyah

December 8, 2019 0

Zakūt [literally] means purity, growth and evolution. Therefore, Zakiyyah probably has two meaning:

1-    Pure (which means, a person who hasn’t committed sin since her/ his birthday).

2-    A perfect person, learned and eminent.

To confirm the first meaning, Salmān narrated, “Be aware! A person with a pure and innocent Nafs [ego/soul] will come, who will be killed between Rukn and Maqām

The one who will revenge for Imam Ḥusayn (pbuh)’s blood, will not exceed the [just] limit in slaying [of the enemies]

December 8, 2019 0

… And whoever is slain unjustly, we have indeed given to his heir authority, so let him not exceed the just limits in slaying; surely he is aided. (Holy Qurʾān, Surah 17, Verse 33)

[In this regard], there is a Ḥadīth which reads: The [above] verse is about Imam Ḥusayn (pbuh) and Imam Zamān (mgehr); the deceased is Imam Ḥusayn (pbuh) and his avenger is Qa’im [Imam Mahdī (mgehr)].

Āshūrāii women; The women who look forward to the Emergence

December 8, 2019 0

When piety is the criterion of value, the gender isn’t main.

Its high time, we recall Siyaneh1 who was a stylist in Ferˈon’s castle. She was a martyr in the right path [Path of God] who will (Rajˈat2) return to the world after the emergence.

Historically, there have been the women who were bright. Of the most well- known and brilliant ones are: Their Excellencies Fatimah, Maryam, and Asiya (pbu th).

Sufyanī, After attacking Iraq   

December 1, 2019 0

According to an authentic hadith by Imām Sadīq (pbuh), ‘After Sufyanī occupies the safe zones [Damascus, Homs, Palestine, Chalcis ad Belum [in Halab]and Jordan], he will run for nine months…’ (Al- Ghaybah, Tūsī, Ibid, 452)

At Imām Ḥusayn (pbuh)’s School

December 1, 2019 0

“To help the Imam (pbuh)”,

is the main lesson of this school… [the divine school]!

In the session “Jāmi’ah Kabīrah”1, the prayer doesn’t read “make me ready to help him”.

But it implies “I am ready to help you; you can count on me, [and] my help is ready for you …”

That is why in the session Ahad2, the ones who looks forward to the Emergence say chorally: