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61. Appendix E
father in the tale of Prince Ahmad and Peribanu . Shayk who guided musa and Talibto the mountains in wife) came in the tale of Khudadad and His brothers .
SP-474 Voyager 1 and 2 Atlas of Six Saturnian Satellites APPENDIX E Feature Nomenclature ] Odysseus, Aeneas, Launcelot, Aladdin, Roland -names of features on the Saturnian satellites bring to mind some of the best-known myths and epics of European literature. Other names, such as Izanagi, Bumba, Xamba, and Yu-ti, are equally recognizable to Asian, African, or South American audiences. These and other names for features discriminated by the Voyager mission cameras are the persons and places memorialized in the epic stories and legends of ethnic groups throughout the world. Mankind has always expressed by myth, epic, and legend its concern with the basic questions concerning man's place in the universe. It is fitting [ ] that names that embody these questions are now memorialized as names of mountains, craters, and plains on the planetary bodies. Table E-1 contains many of the approved names (IAU, 1983) that have been assigned to features on the Saturnian satellites. Positions are shown in degrees of longitude and latitude as they are positioned on the maps in this atlas. Southern latitudes are shown as negative, and all longitudes are west of the prime meridian. The coordinates will be improved when final maps are made. Table E-1. Gazeteer of Saturnian Satellites.

62. - Biography Of 1st Imam - 'Ali Al-Murtaza (a.s.)
He made brothers of people who followed the same trade so 7) musa ibn Ja'far; (8)'Ali ibn musa; (9) Muhammad son of Abu Talib, the Shaykh of the banu Hashim.
Imam Ali Al-Murtaza (peace be upon him) Name: 'Ali ibn Abu Talib Titles: Al-Ameerul-Mo'mineen, Al-Murtaza, Abu Turab, Asadullah, An-Nabail Adheem Kuniya: Abul Hasan Birthdate: Friday, 13th Rajab, 23 B.H. in the Holy Ka'ba at Mecca Father: Abu Talib ibne Abdul-Muttalib (peace be upon them) - of Banu Hashim Mother: Fatima binte Asad Died:
(Martyred) Date: Monday, 21st of Ramadhan, 40 A.H. Place: Kufa, Iraq in the Mosque (During morning prayers) Age: 63 years Cause: Stroke of poisoned sword by a Kharijite named Abdurrahman Ibne Muljim on 19th Ramadhan, 40 A.H. Buried: Najaf, Iraq Imam Ali was the cousin of our Holy Prophet. He was born in the Sacred House (Ka'bah). Providence alone had a hand in bringing his mother towards the Ka'bah. When his mother came to Ka'bah, she felt weighed down by intense pain of pregnancy. She knelt down before the Holy Structure and prayed humbly to God. 'Abbas ibn 'Abd al-Muttalib, saw 'Ali's mother praying to God. No sooner had she raised her head from supplication, then the wall of the Sacred House split by a solemn miracle. Fatimah entered the Ka'bah and that portion returned to its normal position. 'Abbas and his companions flocked at the gate of the Sacred House which was locked, and tried to open it, but in vain. They then decided to give it up, considering the miraculous nature of the event and the Divine Will in action. While the Prophet was appointing an Ansar a brother to a Muhajirun 'Ali who was present there, was not appointed as a brother to any Ansar. On being questioned as to why he had not appointed a brother for 'All, the Prophet said: "He shall be a brother to me." The character and calibre of 'Al; as judged by al- Mas'udi is, "If the glorious name of being the first Muslim, a comrade of the Prophet in exile, his faithful companion in the struggle for faith, his intimate associate in life, and his kinsman; if a true knowledge of the spirit of his teachings and of the Book; if self-abnegation and practice of justice; if honesty, purity, and love of truth; if a knowledge of law and science, constitute a claim to pre-eminence, then all must regard 'Al'i as the foremost Muslim.

63. Encyclopedia Article: Biography Of Baha'u'llah
of a group of traitorous and rebellious tribesmen (the banu Qurayza) by u'llah alsotaught the faith to his brothers, including Mirza musa and Mirza
A Brief Biography of Baha'u'llah
By Juan R.I. Cole
Baha'u'llah in his youth showed himself a sensitive and spiritual young man. He was deeply affected, for instance, when he read about the execution of a group of traitorous and rebellious tribesmen (the Banu Qurayza) by early Muslims. He also related how, at the wedding of one of his brothers, he witnessed a traditional Middle Eastern puppet show. The show was set at a royal court, and when it ended, the puppeteers packed all the finely clothed figures into a trunk. Young Baha'u'llah was struck at how illusory and ephemeral were the trappings of earthly glory (Q.V. Tablets to the Rulers). Although Mirza Buzurg was out of favor at court, the new vizier, Hajji Mirza Aqasi, offered the young Baha'u'llah a government post, which the latter declined. Later, the vizier sought to acquire some of Nuri lands, and was furious when Baha'u'llah refused to sell. Baha'u'llah, who had contemplative leanings, came into contact with believers in the mystical, esoteric school of Shaykhis (q.v.) in Nur. In 1844, Mulla Husayn Bushru'i arrived in Tihran in his attempt to spread the Babi faith among the Shaykhi communities, and he found a willing convert in Mulla Muhammad Mu`allim of Nur. The latter in turn agreed to convey the Bab's message to Baha'u'llah, then in the capital. The young noble accepted the new religion eagerly (NN, 120-122). Late in 1844 or in 1845, Baha'u'llah returned to Takur from Tihran, and expended great efforts in spreading the Babi faith in Nur and Mazandaran. Because of the prominence of his family, and his own charismatic personality, Baha'u'llah's first teaching efforts yielded some new believers, including some members of the Shi`ite clergy. Baha'u'llah also taught the faith to his brothers, including Mirza Musa and Mirza Yahya (only 13 in 1844). Baha'u'llah also attempted to employ his prominence as a noble to protect other Babis, and he succoured Tahirih Qurratu'l-`Ayn and some other Babis when she was falsely accused of complicity in the slaying of her uncle, Mulla Taqi Baraghani. As a consequence of his coming out into the open, however, Baha'u'llah was briefly imprisoned in Tihran (TN, pp. 72-78, tr. pp. 56-62).

64. Arabian Nights: 16 Appendix
i. Envy and Malice, Of, i. Fairy Peribanu, Adventures of Man, Tale of the, i. Khudadadand his brothers, Adventures of and his Wife, v. Mohsin and musa, Tale of
Index to the Tales, and Proper Names, Together with Alphabetical Table of Notes in Volumes XI. To XVI.
Additional Notes on the Bibliography of the Thousand and One Nights.
Index to the Tales and Proper Names in the Supplemental Nights.
Abbaside, Ja'afar bin Yahya and Abd Al-Malik bin Salih the, i.
Abd Al-Malik bin Salih the Abbaside, Ja'afar bin Yahya and, i.
Abdullah bin Naf ', Tale of Harun Al-Rashid and, ii.
Abu Niyattayn, History of Abu Niyyah and, iv.
Abu Niyyah and Abu Niyyatayn, History of, iv.
Abu Sabir, Story of, i.
Abu Tammam, Story of Aylan Shah and, i. Advantages of Patience, Of the, i. Adventure of the Fruit Seller and the Concubine, iv. Adventures of Khudadad and his Brothers, iii. Adventures of Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu, iii. Al-'Abb s, Tale of King Ins bin Kays and his daughter with the Son of King, ii. Alaeddin, or the Wonderful Lamp, iii. Al-Bundukani, or the Caliph Harun Al-Rashid and the daughter of King Kisra, vi. Al-Hajjaj and the Three Young Men, i. Al-Hajjaj bin Yusuf and the Young Sayyid, History of, v. Al-Hayfa and Yusuf, The Loves of, v.

65. Occultation
by taking away his soul and placing his brothers 'Abd Allah and musa consecutivelyin is also possible that the Kufan scholastic family banu Faddal, who
Introduction Chapter I Chapter II Chapter III ... Bibliography CHAPTER III The Imamites' views concerning the concealed Imam and his birth 1. The Schisms Amongst the Adherents of al-Hasan al-'Askari After His Death. 1.1 Introduction.
The Imamate during the life of the last six Imams of the Twelve Imamites (al-Imamiyya al-Ithna ashariyya) was distinguished by the many splits which occurred after the death of each Imam, who was considered by the Imamites as one of the twelve Imams, over the recognition of his successor. In spite of these repeated schism, after a hard struggle each Imam was able to maintain the obedience of the majority of the followers of the previous Imam. Al-Hasan b. 'Ali al-'Askari was born in 232/845 and died in 260/874. According to some later Shi'ite sources, he was poisoned through the instigation of the 'Abbasid caliph, al-Mu'tamid. During the six years of his Imamate, al-'Askari lived in hiding and prudent fear because of the restrictions imposed upon him by his being surrounded by the spies of al-Mu'tamid. This was the reason for his lack of open contact with the mass of his followers. Only the elite of his adherents were able to communicate with him personally. The same sources report that in the year 260/874 the eleventh Imam became ill. Bassoon as new of his sickness reached al-Mu'tamid, he dispatched five of his special servants to al-'Askari's house, ordering them to keep close watch on him. Thereafter the caliph sent physicians and the Qadi al-Qudat in the company of ten men whom he considered trustworthy, to al-'Askari's house to remain with him and observe his condition and the situation within his home at all times. Al-'Askari's malady became worse and he passed away on 8th Rabi' I 260/1st January 874.

66. Occultation
Ya'fur, Zurara b. A'yun, 'Ammar b. musa alSabati for example Yahya, Sulayman andIdris, the brothers of al 5, Al-Kashshi mentions that the family of banu al-Ash
FOOT NOTES : CHAPTER 2 Ahmad b. Abi Yaq'qub b. Wadih al-Ya'qub, Tarikh al-Ya'qubi (Najaf, 1964), III, 90; Ibn Khaldun, al-'Ibar wa-diwan al-Mubtada' wa-l-Khabar (Cairo, 1867-70). III, 173, Tabari, III, 33-4, 37; al-Hilali, op. cit., 186.
Ahmad Ibrahim al-Sharif, al-'Alam al-Islami fi al-'Asr al-'Abbasi (Cairo, 1967) 19-25; Watt, The Majesty that was Islam, 28-30, 95-8. According to al-Najashi, amongst the Imamites who participated in the 'Abbasid propaganda was Yaqtin b. Musa, who was their propagandist in Kufa; al-Najashi, 209.
al-Jahshayari, Kitaab al-Wuzara' wa-l-Kuttab (Cairo. 1938), 86; al-Yaq'qubi, III, 89-90, 92; Tabari, III, 27, 34; In al-Taqtaqa, al-Fakhrifi al-Adab al-Sultaniyya (Cairo, 1927), III, 2; Watt, The Formative Period of Islamic Thought (Edinburgh, 19730, 153-4.
al-Mas'udi, Ithbat al-Wasiyya (Najaf, 1955), 181-2; Maqatil, 209; Omar, F., "Some Aspects of the 'Abbasid-Husaynid relations during the early 'Abbasid period (132-193/750-809)," Arabica, XXII, 171.
Kashif al-Ghita', Asl al-Shi'a wa'isulaha (Qumm, 1391), 51; Ahmad Amin, Dhuha al-Islam (Cairo, 1956), III, 281-2; al-Isfahani, Kitab al-aghani, XI, 300.

67. A Case For Muslim Political Participation
an opportunity to stand up in defense of musa (S) and Some of our brothers use Qur’anthe way Khawarij Ali ibn Abi Talib and Khulafa of banu Umayyiah until
A Case for Muslim Political Participation by Dr. M. Amir Ali, Ph.D. Introduction The Argument The Hizb At-Tahrir (heretofore referred to as the Hizb and their followers as Hizbis) argues that there is no evidence in favor of elections and voting. The Hizb quotes a few verses of the Qur’an and Hadith to show that "Shari’ah" is against voting and political participation in a secular system. This author has already dealt with the arguments of the Hizb in his article, " AMERICAN ELECTIONS AND HIZB AT-TAHRIR ". For more details see the original article mentioned above. Briefly, the reply is the following. 1. Election and polling Election and polling is proven from the way in which the first Khalifa, Abu Bakr(R), and the third Khalifa, Uthman ibn ‘Affan(R), were chosen or elected by the Muslims of Madinah. There was a consensus (Ijma’) of Sahaba(R) which is found in authentic Hadith literature and therefore, could be considered a part of Islamic Shari’ah. 2. Absence of the prohibition

68. Human Equality In Islam
Your slaves are your brothers and Allah has put them Narrated Abu musa AlAsh'ari The Prophet said, Give go to the collector of sadaqah of banu Zurayq; he
Human equality and the liberation of slaves in Islam: The sections of this article are: - How does Islam view slaves?
- The liberation of Slaves in Islam.
- Can a Slave request his freedom from his Muslim owner?
- Conclusion. The religion of Islam is a very beautiful religion when it comes to human equality and to liberation of slaves. When Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him brought Islam to his people from Allah Almighty, they used to practice the Judeo-Christian and Pagan slavery. They used to buy and sell slaves, abuse them, and flog them to death if slaves disobey. The Muslims had fought long and bloody battles against the Pagan Arabs to liberate slaves and women. How does Islam view slaves? Islam commands the Muslims to love and respect slaves and to treat them with kindness. Let us look at Noble Verse "It is not righteousness that ye turn your faces Towards east or West; but it is righteousness to believe in God and the Last Day, and the Angels, and the Book, and the Messengers; to spend of your substance, out of love for Him, for your kin, for orphans, for the needy, for the wayfarer, for those who ask, and for the ransom of slaves ; to be steadfast in prayer, and practice regular charity; to fulfil the contracts which ye have made; and to be firm and patient, in pain (or suffering) and adversity, and throughout all periods of panic. Such are the people of truth, the God-fearing."

69. Is Music Prohibited In Islam?
Many times I get emails from Muslim brothers and sisters Abu musa That the Prophetsaid to him 'O Abu musa! to my face, and he said O banu Arfada, be busy
Is music prohibited in Islam? The sections of this article are: 1- Is music prohibited in Islam?
2- The definition of the Psalm or Psalms.
3- Does this mean that we (Muslims) must play music while we pray?
4- Did Allah Almighty or Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him prohibit music?
5- Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him allowed music.
6- Conclusion.
7- My notes on music and music videos that use foul language and sinful acts. Many times I get emails from Muslim brothers and sisters complaining about the music link that I have on my site. Unfortunately, some Muslims believe that Music is prohibited/sinful in Islam. According to Islam: Music that leads to sinful acts such as drugs, sex, violence, etc... is absolutely sinful in Islam. But otherwise, how would it be sinful when Allah Almighty Himself allowed it to Prophet David peace be upon him? Narrated Abu Musa: "That the Prophet said to him 'O Abu Musa! You have been given one of the musical wind-instruments of the family of David.' (Translation of Sahih Bukhari, Virtues of the Qur'an, Volume 6, Book 61, Number 568)

The brothers banu musa who lived in the 9th century may be said to be the firstoutstanding Muslims in the field of geometry while their contemporary Thabit
Dr. Shirin Haque-Copilah
Physics Dept, Univ. of the West Indies
“We have not created the heaven and the earth and all that is between them in mere idle play. None of this have We created without an inner truth: but most of them understand it not.” (44: 38-39) “In the creation of the heavens and earth, and the alternation of the night and day, and the ships which sail the seas to people's benefit, and the water which Allah sends down from the sky by which He brings the earth to life when it was dead and scatters about in it creatures of every kind and the varying direction of the winds, and the clouds subservient between heaven and earth, there are signs for people who use their intellect.” (2:164) Astronomy and Astrology – the two terms are often confused by many persons as meaning the same. They cannot be further from each other. Astronomy is a science and halal whereas astrology is a pseudo science and haram . Astronomy deals with the study of the heavens in an effort to understand the underlying principles governing the behaviour of the planets, stars and galaxies and the Universe in general. Astrology claims to predict the destinies of persons as a result of the ‘action’ of planets and so on, on their lives. There has not been to date any contradiction between Astronomy, as we understand it, and the Qur’an. The Qur’an deals with many areas of science such as geology of earth, the animal and vegetable kingdom, human reproduction and Astronomy. This article concentrates on the position of Astronomy in Islam with emphasis on observed facts and not theories. A theory is used to explain an observed or hypothesized phenomena and it may be modified, changed, or rejected in due course depending on how appropriate it may be against observational data. Theories can be subjective in nature. An observation is a fact and is not liable to be changed but may be further refined.

71. 6.Battle Of Badr
to you what the people of musa said to musa Go forth It was a race between friends,comrades and brothers. The banu Qaynuqa' were the first Jews to break the
document.isTrellix = 1; Get Five DVDs for $.49 each. Join now. Tell me when this page is updated Home 1.The Age of Ignorance ... 5.In Madinah 6.Battle of Badr 7.Battle of Uhud 8.Battle of the Trench 9.The Expedition Against the Banu Quraiyzah 10.The Peace Treaty of Hudaybiyyah ... THE 24 Hrs. ROUTINE OF NABI(sallallaahu alaiyhi wassallam) AL-ISLAAH PUBLICATIONS 6.Battle of Badr THE DECISIVE BATTLE OF BADR:
The Great Expedition of Badr took place in Ramadan, 2 A.H. Allah called this battle 'The Day of Distinguishing.' Allah says, 'if you believe in Allah and what We sent down on Our servant on the Day of Distinguishing, the day the two hosts met.' (8: 41)
The Messenger of Allah had heard that Abu Sufyan ibn Harb, who was extremely hostile to Islam, was coming from Syria with a large trading caravan belonging to the Quraysh. They were carrying a vast quantity of wealth and merchandise. War had been declared between the Muslims and the idol-worshippers and the Quraysh had been spending their wealth on fighting Islam. Their cavalry would occasionally reach the borders of Madinah and the grazing areas used by the Muslims' animals.
When the Messenger of Allah heard about this caravan, he sent Muslims to attack it. He did not attach much importance to the confrontation and did not issue a compulsory order to wage war.

72. Institute For The Secularisation Of Islamic Society
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The Time of Al-Khwarizmi "First Half of Ninth Century" The ninth century was essentially a Muslim century. To be sure, intellectual work did not cease in other centuries; but the activity of the Muslim scholars and men of science was overwhelmingly superior. They were the real standard-bearers of civilization in those days. Their activity was superior in almost every respect. To consider only the first half of the century, the leading men of science, al-Kindi, the sons of Musa, Al-Khwarzmi, al-Farghani, were all Muslims; Ibn Masawaih, it is true, was a christian, but he wrote in Arabic. Cultural Background The seventh Abbasid caliph, al-Ma'mun (813-833), was even a greater patron of letters and science than Harun al-Rashid. He founded a scientific academy in Bagdad, tried to collect as many Greek manuscripts as possible, and ordered their translation; he encouraged scholars from all kinds, and an enormous amount of scientific work was done under his patronage.

73. Bukhari2
used to be busy with business in the markets and our brothers among the Abbas, 'NawfalBikali claims that this musa was not the musa of the banu Isra'il
Chapter 3: The Book of Knowledge I: The excellence of knowledge And the words of Allah, "Allah will raise in rank those of you who believe and those who have been given knowledge," (58:11) and "Say: 'Lord, increase me in knowledge.'" II: On the one who is asked for knowledge while he is engaged in a conversation and then finishes his conversation before answering the question 59. Abu Hurayra said that once, while the Prophet, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was in an assembly talking to the people, a Bedouin came and asked, "When is the Last Hour?" The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, continued talking upon which some people said that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, had heard what the man had said and disliked it while others said that he had simply not heard it. When the Messenger of Allah had finished what he was saying, he said, "Where is the person who asked about the Hour?" He said, "Here I am, Messenger of Allah." The Prophet said, "When trustworthiness has been lost, then expect the Hour." The Bedouin said, "How will it be lost?" The Prophet replied, "When authority lies with other than those who should rightfully have it, then expect the Hour." III: On the one who raises his voice while imparting knowledge 60. 'Abdullah ibn 'Amr said, "The Prophet lagged behind us on a journey. We went on and he joined us when we were late for the prayer and were doin

74. Islamic Council
preached Islam to his mother and two brothers who responded attacked by a gang ofrobbers of banu Ghatfan Once Abu Zar musa Ashari, the Governor of Iraq went to
Abu Zar Ghifari acclaimed the Kalima and entered into the fold of Islam when none but Khadija (R.A.A.), Abu Bakr Siddiq (R.A.A.), Ali (K.A.A.) and Zaid Bin Harisa (R.A.A.) had accepted Islam, Thus Abu Zar was one of the first ten Muslims, In Islamic history he is known as one of the most candid, frank and straight forward companions of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.). He always expressed the truth at the risk of incurring displeasure of others. His statements were always prompted by regard for truth, free from disguise or bias and without regard for friendship or otherwise. His heart was pure and unsophisticated.
One day while the Messenger of Allah, Muhammad (S.A.W.) was sitting with some of his companions, Abu Zar came and paid homage to the Prophet (S.A.W.) in such a manner that expressed his boundless love and respect for the Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.). The Prophet (S.A.W.) was very pleased with his manners and said:
"The heaven has never given shadow and the earth has never borne a person who had more truthful tongue than that of Abu Zar."
This was the atmosphere in which the child Jandab or Bareer (Abu Zar) opened his eyes in the world, In his early age he also took part in some of the adventures of his tribesmen But, one day all of a sudden his mind was (hanged and he began to hate robbery and plundering. He also had strong feelings against the so-called gods, goddesses and man-made idols. The Lord guided him towards the path of His Oneness and he began to pray the Lord according to his own way. About his this state of mind, later on, he narrated himself:

75. Mad10.
was the client of the banu Tamim, then the banu Hanifa. atTawil, Yahya ibn Sa'id,Ibn 'Awn, musa ibn 'Uqba I invited some brothers of mine to a garden when the
'Abdullah ibn al-Mubarak (118/736 - 181/797), a famous Khorasani scholar He was the client of the Banu Tamim, then the Banu Hanifa. His kunya was Abu 'Abdu'r-Rahman. He listened to Ibn Abi Layla, Hisham ibn 'Urwa, al-A'mash, Sulayman at-Tamimi, Humayd at-Tawil, Yahya ibn Sa'id, Ibn 'Awn, Musa ibn 'Uqba, the two Sufyans, al-Awza'i, Ibn Abi Dhib, Malik, Ma'mar, Shu'ba, and Haywa ibn Shurayh, and he studied with Abu 'Amr ibn al-'Ala', al-Layth and others. Ibn Mahdi, 'Abdu'r-Razzaq, Yahya ibn al-Qattan, Ibn Wahb and others related from him. Ibn Wahb said, "Ibn al-Mubarak listened to all our shaykhs except 'Amr ibn al-Harith." Ash-Shirazi said, "He learned fiqh with Malik and ath-Thawri, and he was the first of Abu Hanifa's companions. Then he left him and abandoned his madhhab Ibn Waddah said, "In the end, he avoided mentioning Abu Hanifa in his books, and he did not read his work to people." Concerning his position in knowledge and praise of him Abu Ishaq al-Fazzari said, "Ibn al-Mubarak was the Imam of the Muslims." Al-Fazzari used to sit in front of him and ask him questions." Ibn Mahdi said, "I met four

76. First Imam - Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS)
9) Imam musa AlKazim (AS), Ali b. Abi Talib, peace be on him, and his brothers wereamong His Shia who were all the banu Hashim, Salman, Ammar, Abu Dharr, al
14 Infallibles Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS) Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Title - Al-Murtaza, Al-Amir-ul-Mo'mineen, Abu-Turab, Asadullah Kunyat - Abul Hasan Born - Friday 13th of Rajab, in the Holy Ka'ba Father's Name - Abu Talib-ibne-Abdul Muttalib Mother's Name - Fatima bint-e-Asad Shahdat - at the age of 63 years, at Kufa, on Monday, the 21st Ramadan 40 AH, murdered by an assassin who mortally wounded him with a poisoned sword in the Mosque at Kufa during morning prayers on the 19th of Ramadan. Buried - Najaf, near Kufa. Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS) Alsayyedeh Fatima Al-Zahra (AS) Imam Hasan Al-Mujtaba (AS) Imam Husain Al-Shaheed (AS) ... Imam Muhammad Al-Mahdi (AS) Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS) He was born in the Sacred House (i.e. the Kaba) in Mecca on Friday, the thirteenth day of the month of Rajab, thirty years after the Year of the Elephant (c.570). Nobody before or after him has ever been born in the House of God, the Most High. (It was a mark) of him being honoured by God, the Most High, may His name be exalted, and of his position being dignified in its greatness. His mother was Fatima, daughter of Asad b. Hashim b. Abd Manaf, may God be pleased with her. She was like a mother to the Apostle of God, may God bless him and his family, and he (the Apostle) was brought up under her care.

77. Sixth Imam - Imam Ja'far As-Sadiq AS)
9) Imam musa AlKazim (AS ilm), in asceticism, and in practice above all his brothers,the members We have the weapons in the same way that the banu Isra'll had
14 Infallibles Imam Ja'far As-Sadiq (AS) Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Name - Ja'far Title - As-Sadiq Kunyat - Abu Abdullah Wiladat - Monday 17th of Rabi-ul-Awwal 83 A.H. in Medina Father's Name - Muhammad ibn Ali Mother's Name - Umme-e-Farwah Shahadat - At the age of 65 years, at Medina, on Monday, 15th Rajab 148 AH. Poisoned by Mansur Dawaneeqi the Abbasite Buried - Jannat-ul-Baqi . Imam Ali Ibn Abi Talib (AS) Alsayyedeh Fatima Al-Zahra (AS) Imam Hasan Al-Mujtaba (AS) Imam Husain Al-Shaheed (AS) ... Imam Muhammad Al-Mahdi (AS) Imam Ja'far As-Sadiq (AS) This is an account of the Imam who was in charge (al-qai'im) after Abu Ja'far Muhammad b. Ali, peace be on them, (including) who his mother was, the date of his birth, evidence for his Imamate, his age, the period of his succession (to the Imamate), the time of his death, the place of his grave, the number of his children, and a brief outline of the reports about him. He was born in Medina in the year 83 A.H. (702) and he, peace be on him, died in (the month of) Shawwal in the year 148 A.H. (765) at the age of sixty-five. He was buried in (the cemetery of) al-Baqi' alongside his father, his grandfather and his (great-great) uncle, al- Hasan, peace be on them. His mother was Umm Farwa, the daughter of al-Qasim b. Muhammad b. Abi Bakr. His Imamate, peace be on him, lasted for thirty-four years. His father, Abu Jafar (Muhammad b. Ali), peace be on him, clearly gave him the trusteeship (of the Imamate) and gave him an explicit designation (nass jali) for the Imamate.

78. SAHIH MUSLIM, BOOK 15: The Book Of Oaths (Kitab Al-Aiman)
It was then that a person from banu Tamim visited him Abu musa reported We walkedon foot and came to see I was the seventh one amongst my brothers during the
Translation of Sahih Muslim, Book 15:
The Book of Oaths (Kitab Al-Aiman)
Chapter 1: IT IS FORBIDDEN TO TAKE THE OATHS IN THE NAME OF ANYONE ELSE BESIDES ALLAH Book 015, Number 4035: 'Umar b. al-Khattib reported Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) as saying: Allah, the Great and Majestic, forbids you to swear by your fathers. Umar said: By Allah. I have never sworn (by my father) since I heard Allah's Messenger (may peace be upon him) forbidding it mentioning them" on my behalf" nor on behalf of someone else. Book 015, Number 4036: This hadith has been transmitted on the authority of Zuhri except that in the hadith narrated on the authority of Uqail the words are:" I did not take oath by (anyone else except Allah) since I heard Allah's Messenger forbidding it. nor did I speak in such terms, and the narrator did not say," on my own behalf or on behalf of someone else". Book 015, Number 4037: Salim reported on the authority of his father that Allah's Apostle (may peace be upon him) heard 'Umar while he was taking oath by his father. The rest of the hadith is the same. Book 015, Number 4038:

b. Mohammed, the Abbasid, or his two brothers alSaffah banu (the sons) of al- 'Abbassruled, so their Also, al- Mansur betrayed 'Isa b. musa, his crown prince
The oppression of the Omayyads included all men. It was not confined to the righteous nor to the family of the Chosen Prophet, may Allah bless him and his family. Finally the people of evil hated them as the people of good did. Namely, one group wept for its religion and the other wept for its life in this world. Generally speaking, people sought escape to get rid of their oppression and rule. The Omayyads threatened all the country of Islam with the people of Sham (Syria) because they were their obedient soldiers who did not deviate from their opinion and did not disobey their orders. With the Omayyads and the people of Sham, Mu'awyya was able to dominate Egypt, Iraq, and al- Hijaz though al- Hijaz and Iraq had men of opinion and bravery, whose division was an ampilion for the people of Sham, who wanted to add them to their side. Bin Zyyad moved the people of Kufa against the grandson of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and his family, with the people of Sham by giving money. Abd Al- Malik took Iraq and al- Hijaz from al- Zubair with those soldiers, too. Generally speaking, the people of Sham thought that the Omayyads were worthy of the Caliphate and obedience while they were dominating the vast country.
When the Omayyads divided and began fighting each other, the people of Sham divided, too. Their word disunited according to the disunity of the world of their leader, who misled them and went astray through them.

80. Contrasting The Prophet Jesus (P) And The Prophet Muhammad (P): A Christian View
Abu Afak, was from banu Amr Ibn Awf, and was sent the following letter warning theJulanda brothers through the Abu musa said, “I came to the Prophet along
Contrasting the Prophet Jesus and the Prophet Muhammad: A Christian Viewpoint Pt. 2
Sam Shamoun
The following is my response to Menj’s article which can be found here: As promised, here is the second part to Menj’s claims. We continue with more examples of Muhammad’s bloodlust and thirst for revenge include: Narrated Jabir bin 'Abdullah: Allah's Apostle said, "Who is willing to kill Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf who has hurt Allah and His Apostle?" Thereupon Muhammad bin Maslama got up saying, "O Allah's Apostle! Would you like that I kill him?" The Prophet said, "Yes," Muhammad bin Maslama said, "Then allow me to say a (false) thing (i.e. to deceive Kab). "The Prophet said, "You may say it." When Muhammad got a strong hold of him, he said (to his companions), "Get at him!" So they killed him and went to the Prophet and informed him. (Abu Rafi) was killed after Ka'b bin Al-Ashraf." Sahih Al-Bukhari : Volume 5, Book 59, Number 369) Narrated Jabir bin ‘Abdullah: Allah's Apostle said

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