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  Ali - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ali's father, Abu Talib, was a member of the powerful tribe of the Quraysh, and an uncle to the young Muhammad.
While Ali and the rest of Muhammad's close family were washing the prophet's body for burial, at a gathering attended by a small group of Muslims at Saqifah, the sucession was given to Abu Bakr As-Sideeq by vote, who became the new leader of the Muslim community.
The capital of the province of Syria, Damascus, was held by Mu'awiyah, the governor of Syria and a kinsman of Uthman, Ali's slain predecessor.
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 Wikinfo | Ali Ben Abu Talib
Abu Bakr, Umar and Uthman, however, occupied this position before him, and it was not until 656, after the murder of Uthman, that he assumed the title of caliph.
Ali's descendants by Fatima are known as the Fatimids.
Ali is described as a bold, noble and generous man, "the last and worthiest of the primitive Moslems, who imbibed his religious enthusiasm from companionship with the prophet himself, and who followed to the last the simplicity of his example." (See further Caliphate.)
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 Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad bin Saud - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Abdul Aziz bin Muhammad bin Saud (Arabic: عبد العزيز ن محمد بن سعود) was the second ruler of the First Saudi State and son of Muhammad bin Saud.
One notable event of his reign were attacks on the shrines of Ali bin Abu Talib in Najaf, Iraq and on the shrine of Imam Husayn in Karbala, Iraq.
This was done in 1802, and is not surprising considering the view in Wahhabism that opposes the building of shrines and which considers the Shia not to be Muslim (both shrines are very important to the Shia).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Abdul_Aziz_Ibn_Mohammed_Ibn_Saud   (236 words)

 Imam Ali Bin Abu Talib A.S
Ali bin Abu Talib (A.S.)* was the cousin and son-in-Law of Prophet Muhammad (pbuhandp)*.
Imam Ali was born in 600 A.D., on the 13
Ali as Caliph and ruler: After the death of the third Caliph, Ali (A.S.) was literally forced to accept the position of the Caliph.
www.irfi.org /articles/articles_401_450/imam_ali_bin_abu_talib_a.htm   (3467 words)

 Second Session
Abdullah Bin Saba was a Jew, and, according to Shia sources, a hypocrite and is harshly condemned.
Jalalu'd-din Suyuti, in his Durru'l-Mansur quotes Abu'l-Qasim Ali Bin Hasan (commonly known as Ibn Asakir Damishqi), who quotes Jabir Bin Abdullah Ansari, one of the greatest companions of the Prophet, as saying that he and others were sitting with the Holy Prophet when Ali Bin Abu Talib came in.
Ali forbade this and said that the princesses were exceptions and were to be honored.
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 Seventh Session, Part 2
Ali's knowledge is similar to Noah's in that Ali was vehement against the infidels and compassionate toward the believers.
Ali was certainly most deserving of the caliphate, but he was cast aside by the political maneuvering of lesser men.
Abu Bakr, for reasons of political expediency, proposed the names of Umar and Abu Ubaida Bin Jarra, and they too, returning the proposal, suggested the name of Abu Bakr, telling him that he was the most qualified for the position.
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Nevertheless, at the cornerstone of Shi'a history is the figure of 'Ali and his persecution by the illegitimate caliphs.
However, 'Ali, Muhammed's son-in-law and cousin, was not part of this committee nor were other members of Muhammed's immediate family, and many believed that Muhammed had designated 'Ali as a successor, for the Traditions had Muhammed naming him as both his brother and his successor.
'Ali had been raised with Muhammed and was the second person (after Muhammed's wife Khadija) to recognize Muhammed's role as a prophet; he was the first of Muhammed's tribe, the Quraysh, to declare himself an apostle.
www.wsu.edu /~dee/ISLAM/SHIA.HTM   (1310 words)

 Abu talib - Illustrated Abu Talib (Freddy Robinson) discography   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Abu Talib did not want to alienate them; nor did he wish to betray his nephew.
Talib, Ali ibn Abu: 4th Caliph and Leader of the Shiite sect of Islam
Abu Talib, the octogenarian notable, was still keen on shielding his nephew but by Abu Talib summoned his nephew and apprised him of the minutes of his
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 Shi\'a Islam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Shi'a is short for Shi'at Ali, a follower of Ali ibn Abi Talib, who was the prophet Muhammads relative and cousin.
The Shi'a belief is that Prophet Muhammad, appointed his cousin Ali as the first Imam, according to God's command; Ali then appointed his eldest son by Fatima Zahra, Hasan ibn Ali, as the second Imam.
Ali ibn Abi Talib Hasan ibn Ali Husayn ibn Ali Ali ibn Husayn Zayd bin Ali bin Hussayn rather than Muhammad al Baqir Zaidis also reject the notion of divinely appointed Imams.
shia-islam.iqnaut.net   (1534 words)

 Shi'ite Muslims
However, he was passed over by Abu Bakr, ‘Umar, and ‘Uthman, only finally becoming caliph in when he was in his mid-50’s in 656 A.D. He fought the Khawarij at Nahrawan, and defeated a revolt by ‘Aisha and the Basrans at the Battle of al-Jamal (the Camel).
‘Ali bin Abi/Abu Talib was born c.600 - became caliph 656 A.D. and assassinated 661 A.D..
When ‘Ali became caliph, he crushed a revolt at the Battle of the Camel, killing the generals Talha and Zobair, and captured A’isha.
www.muslimhope.com /Shiites.htm   (4453 words)

 My Flag : Islamic period
In the battle of Siffin, Malik Ashtar was in command of the horsemen and Ammar bin Yasir of the foot soldiers of Kufa, while Suhail bin Hunif commanded the horsemen and Qais bin Sa'd was the commander of the foot soldiers of Basra.
Hashim bin Utba fell in the encounter, and was killed by Harith bin Munzir, therefore, the banner of the contingents was taken over by his son, Abdullah.
It is recounted that he had the banner of the Prophet, which was borne by Ali bin Abu Talib during the assault of Khaibar, and since then the green banner became the heir'loom in the progeny of Ali bin Abu Talib.
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 Sa`d bin Mu`adh
Sa'd bin Mu'adh came to Mecca with the intention of performing 'Umra, and stayed at the house of Umaiya bin Khalaf Abi Safwan, for Umaiya himself used to stay at Sa'd's house when he passed by Medina on his way to Sham.
Abu Jahl), for he is chief of the valley (of Mecca)." Sad then said (to Abu Jahl).
The man was Hibban bin Qais from (the tribe of) Bani Mais bin 'Amir bin Lu'ai who shot an arrow at Sad's medial arm vein (or main artery of the arm).
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 Untitled Document   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Used after the name of Ali Bin Abu Talib, the cousin and son in law of the Prophet Mahammad (SAW).
Imam Abu 'Abdullah Muhammad bin Idris al-Shafi'i (RA).
1.Sahihu I Bukhari or Bukhari Sharif by Abu Abdullah Muhammad bin Ismail Al-Bukhari (RA).
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 Ahlul Bayt Muhammadan Family Naqshbandi Muhibeen
The Martyrdom of Hazrat 'Ali bin Abu Tâleb (r.a.a.) - Sheikh Muzaffer Ozak al-Jerrahi
Axioms of Hazrat 'Ali bin Abu Tâleb (radhi Allahu Anhu).
On the Khalifate of Hazrat 'Ali bin Abu Tâleb (karam Allah wajhu) - Sheikh Abdul-Qadir al-Jilani
angelichealing.net   (738 words)

 My Flag : Appendix III
This term is also seen in the tradition that, "Verily, Hussain bin Ali, leaving for Iraq, entrusted the book and his will (istawda al-kitab wa'l wasiyya) to Umm Salma, the widow of the Prophet, and when Imam Zayn al-Abidin returned to Medina, she handed these over to him." (al-Kafi, 1st vol., p.
Qais bin Sa'd was the first to swear allegiance (bayt) to Hasan on the day when Ali bin Abu Talib died, and it was followed by 40,000 Kufans, acclaiming him as the fifth caliph.
It was absolutely a temporal pledge of allegiance (bayt) to raise Hasan on power against Muawiya, but due to the disloyalty of the Kufans, he made a peace treaty and abdicated the power in favour of Muawiya.
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 The Martyrdom Of The Faithful: Imam Ali bin Abu Talib (A. S.)
The Martyrdom Of The Faithful: Imam Ali bin Abu Talib (A. Zirat Of Ameer-ul-Mo`mineen Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (as)
Hearing this, she made it clear that her condition for marrying him is the death of Ali bin Abi Talib: "If you desire this wealth and beauty, I see no reason that would prevent you from killing Ali bin Abi Talib.
Thus, he became one of the Kharijis who believed that it was their duty to kill Ali (A.S.), Mua'wiyah and Amr Bin AI-Ass to enable the people to chose a new Imam and end the strife.
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 The History of Karbala
Abdullah bin Amar who was himself taking part in the fight reported that he attacked Imam Husain (radiyallahu ‘anh) with his spear and might have killed him, but he desisted, thinking not to carry the sin on his head.
Qara bin Qais, an eye witness, narrated that when these ladies saw the mangled corpses of Hazrat Husain (radiyallahu ‘anh) and that of his relatives and his companions, the could not restrain their grief and lamentations.
Ibn Marjana, you are a liar and a son of a liar, and not Husain bin Ali (radiyallahu ‘anh).” Ibn Ziyad, the wretch, got annoyed and put him to death.
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 The Martyrs from Bani Hashim
Yazid bin Reqaad Al-Jahni targeted an arrow towards him, he tried to thwart the arrow with his hand but the shot was so powerful that the arrow passed through the hand and pierced the forehead, while his hand also got stuck with the arrow.
After that Abdullah bin Aqil came in the battle field and kept fighting until he was badly bruised and battered and collapsed on the ground.
Hamid bin Muslim narrates that such a youth came in battlefield who seemed to be a shining piece of moon and he was faced with the stoned hearted men Amr bin Sa'ad bin Nafil Al azdi who attacked from all sides and started narrowing the siege.
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 Ali bin abi Talib
`Ali was a skilled and fearless fighter, and the Prophet gave him his standard to carry on the day of Badr and in subsequent battles.
The Prophet also predicted `Ali’s martyrdom with the words: "This shall be dyed red from this" and he pointed to `Ali’s beard and head respectively.
`Ali was described as having white hair which he parted in the middle, a very large white beard, and large, heavy eyes.
www.sunnah.org /publication/khulafa_rashideen/caliph4.htm   (2561 words)

 Ammar b. Yasir   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Ali, no one loves you but a believer and no one hates you but a hypocrite.
Ali, you are in the same position with respect to me as Harun was to Musa except there is no Prophet after me.
For this reason, Ammar thought that Ali bin Abu Talib would be the Caliph after our Master Muhammad [s].
www.al-islam.org /gallery/kids/Books/companion8/10.htm   (313 words)

 Imam Zainul-Abideen (A.S.) Who Safeguarded the Husaini Revolution || Imam Reza (A.S.) Network
He was the fourth Holy Imam from among the Imams of Ahlul-Bayt (A.S.) after Imam Ali bin Abu Talib(A.S.), Imam Hasan(A.S.) and Imam Husayn (A.S.).The rest of the Holy Imams were his offspring.
Abu Ja'far (A.S.) is reported to have said: "He would go out in the darkness of the night carryimg a bag on his back.
That is why Imam al-Sajjad (A.S.) stood,in the stronghold rule,in the presence of Yazid bin Mu'awiya and all his assistants and chiefs of evil, to deliver his never-forgotten speech, in which he criticized the deviant and devilish Umayyad policy.
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 Follower Network --Shi'a--
According to Sunni commentaries and admissions, the word Shi'a means "follower of Ali Bin Abu Talib" and was used in this way during the time of the Prophet Muhammad [s.a.w].
Abu Hanifah, whose lifetime more or less corresponded to that of Imam Jaffar al-Sadiq, peace be upon him, studied religious knowledge with him and regarded him as the most learned man of the age."
Unfortunately those who heeded the Prophet Muhammad’s wish were few and were known as "Shi'a of Ali." They were subjected to all types of discrimination and persecution, and suffered from the day that the Prophet Muhammad [s.a.w], passed away.
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 Hazrat Ali :: SoundVision.com Shopping
A brief description of the life of Ali, one of the great Companions of the Prophet Mohamed (peace and blessings be upon him).
This cousin and later, son-in-law of Prophet Mohamed (peace and blessings be upon him) accepted Islam at a very young age, blossomed into a great Muslim and rose to become the leader or Khalifa of the Muslims.
Hazrat Ali aims to give a brief overview of this great Companion's life, his achievements, life history before and after Islam, as well as his character.
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 Muslims, Islam, and Iraq
One of these was the asassination (in 661 AD) in Kufa of 'Ali ibn Abi Talib, whom Shi'ites regard as their first imam (believing that he was the rightful political and spiritual successor of the Prophet Muhammad).
In 656, after the asassination of the third caliph, 'Uthman, 'Ali succeeded him and in 656 had moved to Kufa, an early center of the Shi'is that is just slightly to the northeast of Najaf.
Although Abu Mus'ab al-Zarqawi and his branch of al-Qaeda is a Sunni Arab organization operating in Iraq, he and his organization do not represent a large number of Iraqis.
www.uga.edu /islam/iraq.html   (8486 words)

 The Isma'ilis
Isma'ilis are a Shi'a sect and therefore firmly uphold the Shi'a doctrine of the imamate (imamah).
Like their Twelver (Ithna-Ashari) Shi'a brethren, the Isma'ilis regard Ali bin Abu Talib as spiritual successor to Muhammad.
After Ali, a number of imams are recognised through to Ja'far as-Sadiq.
www.compsoc.man.ac.uk /~moiz/islam/ismailis.html   (651 words)

1631 - 1636 Sultan Abul Amlak Sidi Muhammad I as-Sharif bin 'Ali, Sultan of Tafilalt.
15) Mulay Muhammad al-Mahdi bin Sharif (s/o a Mulatto slave).
1636 - [1664] Sultan Sidi Muhammad II bin Sharif, Sultan of Tafilalt, eldest son of Sultan Abul Amlak Sidi Muhammad I as-Sharif bin 'Ali, Sultan of Tafilalt, educ.
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