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Shawwaal Events

Shawwaal Events

1st- Eid Al-Fitr
1st-  Shawwaal  Birth of Lady Zaynab (‘a) (according to another source 6th Shabaan)

4th-Shawwaal   Beginning of Ghaybeh Al-Kubra – the living Imam (‘a) became invisible (according to another source 10th Shawaal)

8th-Shawwaal   Demolition of Jannatul Baqee

10th-Shawwaal Beginning of Ghaybeh Al-Kubra – the living Imam (‘a) became invisible (according to another source 4th Shawaal)

14th- Shawwaal Splitting of the moon for the Holy Prophet (‘s)

14th or 15th Shawwaal (according to two sources) Martyrdom of Hamza (ra)
15th-Shawwaal  Martyrdom Imam Jafar As-Sadiq (‘a) (according to other sources 12th Rabi ul Awal, 15th Rajab)
15th-Shawwaal  Battle of Uhod

25th-Shawwaal  Martyrdom Al Imam Jafar As-Sadiq (‘a) (according to other sources 12th Rabi ul Awal, 15th Rajab)

House of SorrowHazrat Fatima Zahra (S.A.): Used to lament over her father s demise for six months continuously till she died. The Place where she was lamenting was an attic occupied by her in the grave yard at Jannatul Baqi. At this place after the martyrdom of Imam Hussain (A.S.) Janab Um ul Baneen wife of Amir ul Momeneen Ali Ibne Abi Taleb (A.S.) and the mother of Janab Abbas used to lament over Imam Hussain (A.S.) in a heartrending manner. It was here that the citizens of Medina used together to join in the wailings. Hazrat Rabab, wife of Imam Hussian (A.S.) also frequented this place to cry. Janab-e-Zainab and Umm-e-Kulsoom were also among the regular mourners. This place is popularly known as Baitul Huzn. Its original name was Baitul Ahzaan (The house of mourning).

On 8th Shawwal, Wednesday, in the year 1345 AH (April 21, 1925), mausoleums in Jannatul al-Baqi (Madina) were demolished by King Ibn Saud.


Celebrating Eid el Fitr

Celebrating Eid el Fitr

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“O Allah ! Bless us in the day of our Eid and our fast breaking and let it be the best day that has passed over us” – Imam Ali Zainul Abedeen (A.S.)- Sahifa Al-Sajjadiyya

Eid el Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramadhan. We say farewell to the blessed month, its beautiful days and its fragrant nights. We leave the month of seeking nearness to Ar Rahmaan, the school of Imaan and an opportunity to recharge our spiritual batteries.

In the previous nights, we prayed, offered charity and attended lectures. What will happen now? Have we fulfilled the requirements of Taqwa and graduated from this school with the diploma of the God Fearing?

The night of Eid ul fitr is a majestic night. It is beneficial to keep awake for Ibadah as this night is of equal importance as the night of Qadr. Eid must not just mark the ‘end’ of Ramadhan. Rather, it should be a new beginning, where we emulate our character and Islamic values, which we have focused upon for the past 30 days. We are like a child out of the womb, pure and innocent. Eid is the day of victory as we have succeeded in subduing our desires and purified ourselves. Lets not wash away our good deeds and revert to our merry old ways. Let the masjid still overflow with worshippers, let the Quran be the most essential part of our lives instead of letting it gather dust on our shelves. Our condition should be better than before Ramadhan.

Eid is not just a ritual that provides us with an excuse to enjoy ourselves. It represents important values and participating in them, we seek to please the Almighty and attain nearness to Him.

Eid al-Fitr is a great day of festival for Muslims. It is a day of rejoicing and being happy. But for whom? Is it the day of rejoicing for those who simply put on new clothes and wear perfume? Or is it the day of being happy for those who were eagerly waiting for the release of the greatest enemy of mankind, Satan, from his captivity so that they all revert to committing sins? Unfortunately, many Muslims abstain from sins during the month of Ramadhan, but come Eid, they go back to what they were before! Cassettes of prayers, which were in their cars during the holy month, are thrown back into their cases and replaced with those, which are unlawful, by Shari’ah. The forbidden places from which they had abstained for month long, are infact the same places they go to celebrate Eid.

Just as, when a person goes to a college, or a university and at the completion of his course, he receives his award marking his achievement, we must understand that, the holy month of Ramadhan is a spiritual university where we are being trained to achieve Taqwa i.e. piety. The day of Eid al-Fitr is when Allah (SWT) is awarding us for our achievements.

On the day of Eid al-Fitr, Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (as) delivered a sermon in which he said: “O people! Verily this day of yours is the day when the righteous are awarded and the wretched are losers. It is a day which is similar to the one on which you shall be standing (before your Lord). Therefore, when you come out of your homes to go to places of your prayer, remind yourselves about the day when you (your souls) shall come out of your bodies to go to your Lord. When you stand on places of your prayer, remind yourselves of your standing in presence of your Lord (on the day of Judgement). And when you return to your homes (after prayer), remind yourselves about your returning to your homes in Paradise. O Servants of Allah! Verily the minimum reward for those men and women who fasted (during Ramadhan), is an Angel, who calls out to them on the last day of the month of Ramadhan (saying): O SERVANTS OF ALLAH! REJOICE THE GLAD TIDING THAT ALL YOUR PREVIOUS SINS HAVE BEEN FORGIVEN. Therefore, watch out in those things which serve as your re-creation (on this day and days to follow)” (Nahjul-Balaghah)
I extend my warmest greetings to all of you for Eid-ul-Fitr, at the end of Ramzanul Mubarak. May all your Ibadaat, Zikar-azkar and other good deeds be accepted and rewarded in this life and the life hereafter. May the auspicious days of Eid festivities be the event of joyful celebration and may Allah shower you with blessings for a happier and healthier life to cherish many such festivities in the years to come.
May Allah accept our efforts and give us tawfeeq to serve Him with Ikhlas.

The one who love Imam e zaman(a.t.f.s) must be prepared to struggle and labour his self, his pen and his wealth in the way of Imam e zaman(a.t.f.s)

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Zahra” ke ghar meN paikar.e anwaar aa gaya

092043306d0b4c6e0.gifOn the occasion of the birth of Imam Hassan

(Pbuh) حسن بن علي بن أﺑﻲ طالب)‎ (c. 625 – 669),

we extend our greetings and felicitations to our 12th living Imam (ATF)


On a Friday night I saw my mother (Fatima) standing in her arch of prayer. She was continuously kneeling and performing prostration till the dawn broke. I would hear her pray for the faithful men and women, but she did not pray at all for herself. I said, “Oh mother, why did you not pray for yourself like you prayed for others? so she replied, “Oh my son, first thy neighbour and thereafter your own house.”
–Narrated by Imam Hassan (AS

The Auspicious Birth Anniversary of Imam Hassan (Pbuh) حسن بن علي بن أﺑﻲ طالب)‎ (c. 625 – 669)

Imam Hasan was the eldest son of Imam ‘Ali and Hadrat Fatimah. When the Holy Prophet received the happy news of the birth of his grandson on the 15th of Ramadhan, 3 AH , he came to the house of his beloved daughter, took the newly born child in his arms, recited adhan and iqamah in his right and left ears respectively, and in compliance with Allah’s command named him al-Hasan.

After the martyrdom of Imam Ali (Pbuh), the people of Kufa City swore allegiance to Imam Hassan (Pbuh) who had been governing as caliph for about six months.

Unfortunately; in the time of Imam Ali’s Imammate people turned out to be disobedient and separated. They devoted a lot of energy to the civil wars and some of the commanders and members of the army, joined Mo’avieh’s side due to the deceits threats and promises. Therefore Imam Hassan (Pbuh) found out if he wished to fight with Mo’avieh, he would be defeated and all of Shi’ites would be killed. Hence; he was obliged to make peace with Mo’avieh (which was the bitterest experience). Provided that he would continue to be in succession to throne and he would be the next caliph after Mo’avieh. And This would mean that Mo’avieh would treat Imam Hassan (Pbuh) as the way the last Caliphs treated Imam Ali (Pbuh). Mo’avieh accepted to be just a kaliph and not to interfere with the religious affairs and he also promised to consult with Imam as his advisor.

When Muawiya (la) gloated over what he had taken from Imam Ali (as) and his son, Imam Hassaan replied:

“O you who mention Ali, I am Al Hassan (as), and Ali (as)was my father. You are Muawiya (la) and your father was Sakhr (Abu Sufyan). My mother was Fatima (as) and your mother was Hind. My grand father was the apostle of Allah and your grandfather was Harb. My grandmother was Khadija and your grandmother ws Futayla. May Allah curse him who tries to reduce our reputation and to diminish our nobility, who does evil against our antiquiy and yet who has been ahead of us in disbelief and hypocrisy.


A Syrian man went to Medina. He saw an honorable man who was riding a horse .He explains the story in this way: “ I had never seen such a noble figure before. I was so anxious to know his name. I was told that he was Hassan Ibn Ali (Pbuh). Suddenly I became angry and asked him if he was Imam Ali’s son. His answer was positive. I began to insult him and his father as much as possible. He was in constant state of silence. Therefore; I was ashamed of myself. When I stopped insulting, he laughed and said: “ I think you are from Syria.” Obviously, he was right. “ If you need some place to settle down or some money or any thing else, come with me”. I was much more ashamed of myself. I was so wondered by his good nature that since then I could not like the others the way I liked him.”

JahaaN meN aamad.e sibt.e Nabee hai

(By Jawaid Badauni)

Manaao jashn KhooshiyoN ki ghaRee hai

JahaaN meN aamad.e sibt.e Nabee hai

Nabee haiN shaadmaN “Haider” bhi shaadaN

Khuda ne god “Zahra” ki bharee hai

Dar.e Zahra peh rahmat buT rahee hai

Suna hai bheeR nabiyoN ki lagee hai

Yeh meri qabr meN jo raushnee hai
Yeh sub Hubb.e Hasan ki chaaNdnee hai

Kisee abtar ko itna tou bataa dou
Nabee ki nasl aage baRh rahee hai

Imaamat ki fazeelat Allah Allah
Yeh aaGosh.e nabuwwat meN palee hai

Mujhe kya hoga Khauf.e zahr.e qaatil
Keh meri maut meree zindagee hai

Yeh rasm.e sulH ik hujjat hai warna
kabhii noori.o.naari meN banee hai

Sanaa “Shabbar” ki aur “Jawaid.e” aaSee
Yah bunda kaisa qismat ka dhanee hai


Zahra” ke ghar meN paikar.e anwaar aa gaya
(By Jawaid Badauni)

“Zahra” ke ghar meN paikar.e anwaar aa gaya
Lo jaanasheen.e Haider. Karraar aa gaya

“Haider”ke ghar meN jashn.e vilaadat hai marHaba
Jannat ke naujawaanoN ka sardaar aa gaya

Jo unke zikr.e Khair se rahta hai beniyaaz
Lagta hai oos ko dekh ke beemaar aa gaya

Sadqa Hasan ka lene dar.e Murtaza peh aaj
Jisko talab thee ban ke talabgaar aa gaya

Thi guftagoo karam ki saKhaawat ka zikr tha
Lub pe hasan ka naam kaii baar aa gaya

“Shabbar” ki jung dekhke HairaN haiN ahl.e kufr
Yeh kaun miSl.e Haider.e Karrar aa gaya

Ehbaab ne bataaya keh jashn.e “Hasan” hai aaj
“Jawaid” leke madH ke ashAAr aa gaya

”Weeping for the fear of Allah (SWT) causes salvation from the fire.”
–Imam Hussayn (AS)

“Teach others your knowledge and learn the knowledge of others so you will bring your knowledge to perfection and learn something which you do not know”. (Bihar al-Anwaar)

A person once asked Imam Al-Hasan (a.s.), “What is generosity and magnanimity?” Imam (a.s.) replied, “To protect the religion; self-respect; softness of conduct (gentleness in behaviour); and consistency in favour, kindness and the discharging of rights (of others)”. (Bihar al-Anwaar)

Additional Notes
A person once

asked Imam Al-Hasan (a.s.), was once asked of the signs of a mo’min (believer).He listed the following signs……..

1) He is one prays 51 rakaats of salaa daily.
2) He prostates on Khake Shafaa.
3) He wears rings on his right hand.
4) He repeats the verses of Azhan & Ikama.
5) He recites “Bismillah” loudly in Salaa.
6) He prays his Fajr Salaa before the stars disappear and his

7)Dhuhr prayers before the sun starts to decline.
8) He recite Qunoot in Salaa.
9) He dyes his hair and beard.
10)He recites 5 takbirs in Salatul Mayyit.

”A good deed is the one before which there is no evading and delaying, and there is no boasting of favor after it.”
–Imam Hassan (AS)

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Aa gaye Hasan, aa gaye Hasan

We are committed in our efforts to promote a platform for a healthy society which adheres to the tenets of peace, justice and freedom.

Iltemaas E Dua
Syed Mohamad Masoom Abidi

You are more respectable than those who are muslims by birth.

A message from Quran to those who misbehave or insult or


consider inferior to newly converts or Black muslim..


Quran says..

“And mankind is naught but a single nation.”
Holy Quran 2:213


“And among His Signs ,Is the creation of the heavens And the earth, and the variations
In your languagesAnd your colours; verily In that are Signs For those who know.”
Holy Quran 30:22

“O Mankind! Most certainly, it is We( God almighty) who have Created you all
>From a single (pair) Of a male and a female, And it is we who Have made you into
Nations and tribes, That ye may recognise each other (Not that ye may despise each other).
Verily, the noblest of you In the sight of Allah Is (he who is) the most Righteous of you.”
Holy Quran 49:13


I found this message of a newly convert black muslim Yahya Seymour



I would like to convey my message to him …
My Dear brother In islam You are more respectable than those who are muslims by birth or white muslim if their heart is black from inside because of ignorance…


The Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca) was an exhilarating experience to see
people belonging to different colours, races and nationalities, kings,
heads of states and ordinary men from very poor countries all clad in two
simple white sheets praying to God without any sense of either pride or
inferiority. It was a practical manifestation of the concept of equally in

A message from Brother. Yahya Seymour


Bismillah ar-Rahman ar-Raheem,

Asalamu alaikum warahmatullah wabarakatuh,

I would like to reach out to the young brothers within the Ummah today, who all have ambitions to be sports stars and rappers etc, and would like them to consider another alternative.

We as muslims from the west, in particular from the Ithna Ashari, but Muslims in general; have failed to produce a generation of young scholars who the next generation will be able to turn to for guidance. We should aim to be like a shining light so that those in the darkness can see the light, and when we finally have even just 1 pious brother who is sure of his aqeedah and so firm in his iman, then the misguided youth who commit bad deeds will see this example and those in the darkness will see the light.

I would like to have the brothers at least consider going to some Islamic courses not neccessarily in Hawza, but never-the-less, in some area relating to Islamic studies where even a part time night class at the mosque could help pick up your knowledge, which in turn you could hand down to your children and wives.

Instead of always listening to music, we should consider, listening to islamic lectures by our Scholars who are well versed in many languages as well as the Islamic Sciences.

Scholars like:

Imam Qazwini of Dearborn, Michigan.
Sheikh Jehad Ismail of Australia.
Hujjat-e-Islam Mahdi al-Modaressi of Kuwait.
Sheikh Usama Abdul Ghani of USA
Cassius Clay, now Muhammed Ali.


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Imam mahdi (a.s) Details , Qaseeda, articles

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Occasion of the Birth Of Imam Mahdi(a.s)






Muḥammad al-Mahdī (born 868)


Ayyaam ul Bayz / Shab e Baraat – The Bright

Ariza e hajat Imam mahdi (a.s)

Quotes of Imam Mahdi (atfs)

The Qualities of the Shia


MIKYALUL MAKARIM By Ayatullah sayyid Muhammad taqi Ishfahani(r.a)

Waseela ..(Tawassul) of Imam Mahdi (a.s.)


Love and Attachment with Imam-e-Zamana (a.s.)

When will your Qa’em emerge? by Ayatullah Sayyed Sadrul-Ddin Sadr

THE SOURCE OF LOVING IMAM ALI (A.S) From Biharul-Anwaar, vol.40 p.46…

Mahdi (PBUH) in Other Religions and Nations

The need of recognizing Allah’s proof in worshipping Allah

Salaam use ke agar badshah kahein usko..Mirza Ghalib

Ye sabr ka imtehaan, ya Imam-e-Zamaan

Kya lutf aa rahaa hai tire intezaar meN


Manqabat ~ Zuhoor-e-asr hai ehad-e-payambar

Manqabat ~ Wasila-e-Hasan-e-mujtaba se milta hai

Salaam use ke agar badshah kahein usko..Mirza Ghalib


Ye manzar Ahmad-e-saahab pa pehli baar dekkhenge

gul haai aqeedat haiN yeh ashAAr nahiN haiN”

Ye sabr ka imtehaan, ya Imam-e-Zamaan

Gar aaj bhi nah aaye tou Maula kab aayeNge?

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Ariza e hajat Imam mahdi (a.s)



Ariza can be written to Imam-e-Zaman (a.s) whenever you feel a need or you are into a problem. No matter how big is your problem Imam-e-Zamana is the Imam of our time & HE is a Hujjat from Allah (s.w.t). Allah has granted him the power & because of his exsistence this entire universe is in to exsistence

You can write in any Language or your own too.

Our beleif is that Imam (a.s) knows about all our affairs and is always ready to help us. He is aware of our action & he helps us even if we don’t ask or seek His (a.t.f.s) help.
“We are never neglectful of your guardianship nor are we ever unmindful of your remembrance”. (Behaarul Anwar, V. 53, pg. 176)

But if we write Ariza to Imam (a.s) then or belief comes to our action.

In morning of 15th shabaan ( The time of birth of Imam mehdi (a.j) is the best time to send ARIZA to imam e zaman (a.s)). He read our wishes and also solves our problems.


We can also send this ARIZA on any juma also.

When you decide to send Ariza ( Drop your Ariza In sea, river, well, ect)



Recite after

Bismillah Hir Rahmanir Raheem.

LOUDLY…Ya husain Bin e Rauh

Then in normal tone…

Salamun alika ashahado anna wafateka fi sabilillahe wa annaka

Haeyyun indallahe marzooqun wa qad qa tab toka fi hayatekal latee

Laka indallahe azza wa jalla wahaadehi ruk atee wa hajatee ela maulana

sahibal asr e alaihislam fa sallim ha aelaihe fa antas fiqetul ameen.

And Drop your Ariza In sea, river, well, ect


We Should inculcate the habbit to write to Imam (a.s) whenever we are in difficulty rather than approaching someone who doesn’t has the power on any thing. Rather than writing a letter to a Minister or President we should write to our Master who has the control of our all affairs.

It always goes to Allah (swt). But unlike us, Imam (a.s) are infallibles and they hold a MUCH greater position infront of Allah (swt) and if we ask them to put forth our request in front of Allah (swt), if we go through them then Allah (swt) is going to accept our prayers faster. As has being said many times, tawassul is not wajib. You can pray directly too

Your basic intention should be to ask the Imam to interceed on your behalf Inshallah Imam (a.s) will heed your call.

Below is the Answer by Moulana Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi on Ariza.

Ariza is basically a du`a which, instead of saying, you write it down on a piece of paper. There are ahadiths where the Imams have told us that we can write down our prayer (du`a) in a paper and put it in a well or a river. See for example, a similar hadith in the last section of Mafatihu ‘l-Jinan under the section “ruq`a-e hajat”.

How it reaches how is not our concern. The God who can hear our voice, surely has the power to know the du`a we have put in writing. As for the curiosity of your brother; I would strongly advise against opening up the ariza or ruq`a-e hajat. If he believes in it, then he should not touch it; if he does not believe in it, then he does not have to write an ariza–it is not wajib.
Moulana Sayyid Muhammad Rizvi…k/msg00282.html

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