Some Kirāmahs by Imām Zamān (mGehr)

1-    The Forgotten sword

Alī ibn Muḥammad said:

[Once] a man of Abeh [Âveh] brought a property to present to “Nāhīya al-Mūqaddasa [Imām Zamān (mGehr)]”. But he had forgotten to bring a sword. Anyhow, he presented what he had with him. Then, His Excellency [Imām Zamān (mGehr)] wrote to him,

ما خبر السَّیف الَّذی نسیته؟

What about the sword you forgot?! 1

 

2-    The need for shroud dress

Alī ibn Muḥammad Samuri wrote a letter to Walī ˈAsr (mGehr), and asked for a shroud dress. The Excellency replied,

إنَّک تحتاج إلیه فی سنة ثمانین

You will need it in 80[AH].2

And he died in 80 AH. They sent the shroud for him, some days before his death.

 

3-    Unreal name and lineage

A man from Balḵ sent five dinar to Imām Zamān (mGehr) by a driver. In the letter, he had changed his name. But, he received a letter from Imām Zamān (mGehr), in his [the man’s] real name and lineage, in addition to his blessing pray.3

 

Sources:

1- Al-Kulaynī, Vol. 1, P. 523, Hadith 19.

2- Ibid. Vol.1, P.524, Hadith  26.

3-M. J. “Al Amolī”, Ṭabarī, Dalāʾil al-Imāma, P. 287

 

 

 

 

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