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Yes, this is true. I could mention: Abu-Bakrs in the offspring of Imam Ali: Abu-Bakr, son of Imam Ali may Allah be pleased with him and honor his face himself and his wife Laila bint (daughter of) Mas'ud.1 Abu-Bakr, son of Imam Hasan bin Ali may Allah be pleased with both Omars in the offspring of Imam Ali: Omar, son of Imam Ali himself and his wife Um ...


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Shia View She was injured when defending her husband Imam Ali --peace be upon him-- at the time that Abu Bakr and Umar were trying to force Imam to give the pledge of allegiance to Abu Bakr, and she was later martyred from that injury that also immediately killed the embryo in her womb: وَ قَدْ كَانَ قُنْفُذٌ ... ضَرَبَ فَاطِمَةَ ع بِالسَّوْطِ حِينَ ...


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NOTE. parts of my answer is from Shia perspective. You can find some useful info from Wikipedia on the English, Arabic and Persian entries on the Hadeeth of the two weighty (or precious) things. These pages each has a different content, e.g. the English page shows some Sunni and Shia versions of the Hadeeth, one Sunni version of which is the one you have ...


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Who are the members of the Ahlul-Bayt? Initially it ought to be clear that the term ‘’Ahlul-Bayt’’ is a Qur'anic, Hadith (tradition), and theological expression meaning the family of the Islam Prophet(s). Of course The term "Ahl" lexically means closeness and love, and the meaning of "Bayt" is place for living. The names of Ahlul-Bayt members? The ...


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A Sunni view on the issue is that these are not accurate. First, it is not established that the prophet gave Fadak to her. Contrary to that there are hadith stating that she asked for it during the prophet's lifetime but the prophet refused her request. See e.g. [Sunnan Abi Dawood; Kitab Al-Kharaj, Wal-Fai' Wal-Imarah; hadith 2966]. Abu Bakr refused the ...


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In Arabic language, "Ahlu Al bayt" are the ones living in the bayt(house). Ahlu(people of) "Ahlu al-Rajul" are the family of Rajul(man) In Sharia: "Ahlu al Bayt" refers to the prophet Muhammed (PBUH) scholars have differed on who are Ahlul-Bayt: 1- His wives and children ONLY, they used this aya from the quran as a proof O wives of the Prophet, you ...


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Actually It is so because at that time Zaid(May Allah be pleased with him) was known among people as Zaid bin Muhammad. If you know the history, you may know that Zaid was servant of Muhammad(SAW) given to Him as a gift by Hazrat Khadeeja(May Allah be pleased with her). Prophet(SAW) later said that Zaid is my son(begotten son) because Zaid preferred Muhammad(...


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I have read this in Sahih Muslim, where Hussain bin Sabra asked the same question to the Prophet's companion, Zaid bin Arqam. Here is the answer to the same question. Bk 31, Number 5920: Yazid b. Hayyan reported, I went along with Husain b. Sabra and 'Umar b. Muslim to Zaid b. Arqam and, as we sat by his side, Husain said to him: Zaid. you have been ...


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The following answer does not intend to hurt the feelings of our dear brothers and sisters of Ahle Sunna as we are all followers of the same religion. Ayatollah Sayed Ali Sistani, the great Shia Marja in Iraq, said, “Shiites should defend Sunnis’ social and political rights before defending their own rights, and we call [everyone] for unity. As I ...


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Well 1st i think there is a difference between sunni and shia view of ahl-ul-Bayt (beginning on who are included in ahl-ul-Bayt). And as far as i know most sunni people have a big respect for ahl-ul-Bayt and try their best to treat them well. Now, if you mean by early days the time of the rightly guided Caliphs then at that time there was AFAIK no ...


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The very basic Fiqh rule says: الأصل في الأشياء الإباحة The default state of things is permissible Although usually "things" are meant to be food, drinks... etc. This rule can (probably with some caution) be applied to worship as well. The Prophet (pbuh) said: Narrated `Aisha: The Prophet was asked, "What deeds are loved most by Allah?" He ...


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This names are usually used by Sunni Muslims to try to prove Imam Ali a.s. loved the Sunni Caliphs and named his children after them. About the Kuniyah Abubakr: About Abubakr it is not a name to be given by father of one to the child. Abubakr is a Kuniyah (title) which is given to one by people. Any one called Abubakr has another name. Also Abubakr was a ...


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According to Muslim gnostic commentators, sufis or mystics, the first thing that Allah created was the light of the Holy Prophet. This idea is backed by various Islamic traditions a most notable one being a hadith by the Prophet that reads: "The first thing Allah created was my light." This and many other hadiths with similar theme have been subject of ...


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Even if i do agree with @Rehan Ullah's answer. I would like to add that indeed in some sahaba's -earlier- Quran copies the Verse (33/6) was read "وأزواجه أمهاتهم وهو أب لهم" by Ubay ibn Ka'ab (May Allah be pleased with him) which means -be careful this is my own translation- (and his wife are their mothers and he's a father for them) and "النبي أولى ...


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salaam alaykum, The statement "Keep light and overtake" references two factors in relevance to one subject. In the prior sentence Imam Ali is informing you about the journey you're on. The aim of reward/punishment is ahead in this journey and there is no going backwards or any other direction because of the driving force that limits your choices of where ...


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Banu Hashim are excluded from receiving Zakat based on: ... Verily these sadaqat are the impurities of people, and they are not permissible for Muhammad (may peace be upon him), and for the family of Muhammad. ... (See for example in Sahih Muslim) Leave it, leave it, throw it; don't you know that we do not eat the sadaqa? (Sahih Muslim) This ruling ...


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Entire Banu Hashim can not receive Zakat, not just direct descendants of Prophet (SAW).


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He means make yourself light by keeping away from the "Burduns" of the human desires (Source). These attire sins and sinful acts however these are regarded to be "light" on the scale when compared to good deeds they can let you lose your aim or at least lose to track them (for a while)! In this article which seems to contradict the major understanding of ...


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All Praise to Allah Subhanahu wa Taala and blessings of Him be on Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him His family and companions, Well it is known that all the wives of Rasulullah salAllahu alayhi wasallam were living in a separate house which were like simple individual room or chambers but separate from each other. It is mentioned in this book that Ayesha ...


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Ahlul Bayt of Prophet Muhammad are regarded as the same as cloak people, namely: Ali, Fatimah, Hassan and Hussain (a.s.). There are many hadiths (Islamic traditions) which have been narrated by both Shia and Sunni scholars, and prove the issue. In order to elucidate the issue, it ought to be paid heed that the word/phrase Ahl al-Bayt is considered as a Qur'...


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Generally speaking, when using the words ahl al-bayt (people of the house, Arabic: أهل البيت), the wives and daughters are included. When Allah ﷻ sent the angels over to Ibrāhīm and they gave him and his wife the good tidings of a baby (Prophet Is'hāq), the angels set the mercy of Allah on the people of the house to mean Ibrāhīm and his wife, Sārah: ...


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Since the Shi'a believe these 14 persons are chosen by Allah (t.) the answer to why is not trivial. You're asking: Why did Allah choose these individuals and not others. Allahu a'lam. Shias believe these 13 individuals are the best human beings after the Prophet (s.). You could also ask why was Muhammad (s.) chosen to be the last prophet and not prophet Isa ...


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Sadly the original post has been changed a few times and I wonder if the answer of @Noor would be the same by now. I think all Muslims do agree that the first lady among ahl al-Bayt which accepted Islam is our prophets () wife Khadija bint Khuwaylid() one may differ on whom it was among men (even among the Sunni's there are three plausible options), maybe ...


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Assalam-0-Alikum Dear Quran says many Times.. ATEE-ULLAH-A WA ATEE-URRASOOL (Follow ALLAH and Follow Prophet Muhammad SAAW) Quran Never said.. follow your aalims. In Non Shiasm .. Muslims must follow only what Prophet Muhammad(SAAW) has told. if you are listening any Aalim or Imaam listen him carefully. But never apply all blindly upon yourself. ...


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