Although there is not any available, and clearly explicit biography of ImÄm MahdÄ« (mgehr)âs mother, based on the well- known assumption_ from some narrations_ she played the role of a slave who had been captured in the war, in order to join ImÄm AskarÄ« (pbuh)âs respected family at last. [It had been planned before, by ImÄm AskarÄ« (pbuh)âs father; ImÄm HÄdÄ« (pbuh) in order to save her. Then she married ImÄm AskarÄ«, as she had dreamt it in a heavenly dream.]
One of the narrations as an example, explained that [before being slave in the war], she had been a Roman princess who joined ImÄm Askari (pbuh)âs honorable household.
In a detailed story, Shaykh Saduq (rah) described the event which is so unputdownable.
For future reading, refer to the old book âKamÄl al- DÄ«n wa TamÄm al- NiËmahâ, Volume 2, Chapter 41. (Note: The volumes with Persian translation, are available in some bookstores).
3/ 30/ 2016
Shaykh Sadooq, KamÄl al-DÄ«n wa TamÄm al- NiËmah, the biography of ImÄm MahdÄ« (mgehr)âs motherâ The Roman princessâ.