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  • Abu Ayyub (Maulana Ali’s Shia)

    Among those who had pledged allegiance to Maualana Ali(SA), remained steadfast to him even in the face of oppression and brutalities and fought battles with him was Abu Ayyub:

    Abu Ayyub: When Rasulullah migrated to Madina, Abu Ayyub was privileged to host him. He was on the forefronts in the battle of Siffeen. He was the one who argued against Khawarij on the day of Neherwan. When Muawyah started openly abusing Maulana Ali, Abu Ayyub confronted him, “O Muawyah, stop abusing Ali.”  Muawyah replied, “I cannot do that.” Upon hearing this, Abu Ayyub left the town, saying, “I swear to Allah that I will not reside in a place where I hear Ali being abused.” He left Madina for a place  near the  sea shore where lived till his death.

    November 4, 2017 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 947

  • Sa’ad bin Ubbadah (Maulana Ali’s SA Shia)

    Among those who had pledged allegiance to Maualana Ali and remained steadfast to him
    even in the face of oppression and brutalities was Sa’ad bin Ubbadah.
    Sa’ad bin Ubbadah was one of the chiefs of his tribe, Khazraj. He was known as “al Kamil
    (the accomplished),” as he excelled in swimming and archery even before the advent of
    Islam. He embraced Islam but did not attend the battle of Badr as he was taken ill due to a
    snake-bite. Later on, he fought every battle with Rasulullah SAW . He refused to pledge oath to
    Abi Bakr on the day of Saqifah and left Madina fearing for his life. He lived in Hauraan in
    Shaam till Abu Bakr died. He also refused to pledge oath to Umar and two and a half years
    later he died in that place itself.

    November 4, 2017 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 760

  • Zaid bin Soohan and Jundub (Maulana Ali’sSA Shia)

    Among those who pledged allegiance to Maulana Ali SA, fought battles with him and remained steadfast to him even in the face of oppression and brutalities was Zaid bin Soohan. It is narrated that one night during one of his battles Continue Reading

    June 10, 2017 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 589

  • Oais al Qarni

    Among those who pledged allegiance to Maualana AliSA, fought battles with him and remained steadfast to him even in the face of oppression and brutalities  was  Oais al Qarni.  Rasulullah had said, “There will be a man whose name will be Oais and who will have a white birthmark. Whoever meets him after me should convey my salaam to him for he will intercede on behalf of many on the day of Qayamat.

    Oais was present with Maulana AliSA in the battle of Siffeen. One day a man from the people of Shaam approached the army of Maulana AliSA and shouted, “Is Oais al Qarni with you?” The people in Maulana Ali’s army replied, “Yes.” The Shaami replied, “I have heard RasulullahSAW say that Oais al Qarni is among the noble followers.” Thereafter he left the army of Mauwyah and joined Maulana AliSA.

    It is said that on the day of Siffeen, Maulana AliSA called out, “Where is the constabulary of death?” (those who have pledged themselves to fight till death). Ninety-nine people stood up. Maulana AliSA said, “This is not the total I have been promised.” Thereafter, stood up a man in a woollen robe. Maulana AliSA enquired, “Who are you?” The man replied, “I am Oais al Qarni.” Upon hearing this, Maulana AliSA said, “Allah O Akbar,” and all of them proceeded towards the battle. Oais was the first to be martyred in the battle of Siffeen.

    April 12, 2017 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 546

  • Umr bin al Humq al Khozaa’ee – Maulana Ali’sSA Shia

    Among those who pledged allegiance to Maualana AliSA, fought battles with him and remained steadfast to him even in the face of oppression and brutalities  was  Umr bin al Humq al Khoza’ee.  He was one of those few whom RasulullahSAW had named as worthy of Jannat. He survived after Maulana AliSA. Continue Reading

    November 16, 2016 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 459

  • Al-Had Al-´Aalim Al-Faadil Syedi Sheikh Qutub bin Sulaimanjee QR

    Syedi Sheikh Qutub bin Mulla Sulaimanjee QR was born in Burhanpur on 21st Jumadil Ukhra, 1163 H (27th May 1750AD), during the era of al-Dai al-Ajal Syedna Ibrahim Wajihuddin RA. He was named after al-Dai al-Ajal Syedna Qutbuddin Shaheed RA, as his chatti (naming ceremony) coincided with his urs mubarak. Continue Reading

    September 17, 2016 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 600

  • Maulana Malek al Ashtar RA

    “May Allah shower His mercy on Malik! I swear by Allah, had he been a rock he would have been a boulder; has he been iron he would have been a sword”. These words uttered by Amirul Mumineen Maulana Ali SA upon hearing of Maulana Malik al-Ashtar’s RA shahaadat reveal his revered status. His shahaadat impacted Maulana Ali SA in a profound way; the anguish and sorrow he felt were evident on his face, and he said, “I believe that his death has broken my back and shattered [the hearts of] Muslims.” Continue Reading

    July 7, 2016 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 1205

  • Maulana Mohammed RA bin Abi Bakr

    Maulana Mohammed RA bin Abi Bakr was one of the close and trusted companions of Maulana Ali SA. Born to Asmaa’ binte Umais and Abu Bakr, Maulana Mohammed RA was later adopted by Maulana Ali SA when he married Asmaa’ binte Umais. Maulana Mohammed RA was the result of the du´aa’ mubarak of Maulatena Fatema SA whose heart she had pleased by her profound khidmat during the final days of Maulatena FatemaSA. Continue Reading

    June 19, 2016 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 519

  • Maulana Hamzah AS

    Maulana HamzahAS was the uncle of RasulullahSAW and his fearless and staunch supporter in the early days of Islam. While divine governance mandated that Maulana Abu Talib SA tacitly support RasulullahSAW in his call towards Islam, while his brother Maulana HamzahAS manifest his support, defying all and enduring the atrocities of the oppressors. Continue Reading

    March 24, 2016 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 508

  • Maulana Abdullah bin Abbas RA

    Abdullah bin Abbas RA was the son of Rasulullah’s uncle and protégé of Maulana Ali SA whom he had taught and mentored personally: an exceptional disciple for the greatest master. He stands tall among all the scholars of early Islam and is known as ‘Rabbaani al-Ummat’, the highly learned of this ummah. One time, a hundred people came before him, each asking him a question. He heard all of hundred questions first and then proceeded to reply to each question, one after the other, in the order they were asked. He would address the individual who asked the question saying ‘this was your question and this is its answer…’. Such was his knowledge, memory and capacity. Continue Reading

    November 26, 2015 • Hudud Kiram • Views: 700