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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » About Ahl al-Bayt
The Shi‘a agree that the Ahlul Bayt, because of their high status of being alongside the Qur’an, must be infallible, and that this group is a select group of the Prophet’s relatives. The Prophet himself clarified who the Ahlul Bayt are in many narrations (hadith)...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » About Ahl al-Bayt
In a well-known hadith narrated by both Shi‘a and Sunni Muslims, the Prophet Muhammad (s) has likened his household to the ship, or safinah, of Prophet Noah: Be aware that surely the parable of my household among you is like the ship of Noah: Whoever embarked on the ship of Noah was saved, and however refused so was drowned...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Qur’an
In some books of Hadith and Qur'anic exegesis, there are certain narrations which have given grounds for the idea that some alteration of the Qur'an has in fact taken place, but the following points should be borne in mind...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Qur’an
Apart from the literary miracle of the Qur'an there are some other manifestations of its miraculous nature. If the literary miracle of the Qur'an can only be grasped by one who has some mastery in the Arabic language, the other miraculous qualities can, fortunately, be grasped by everyone...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Qur’an
The Holy Prophet performed various miracles, the commentaries upon which are recorded in books of Hadith and history. But the eternal miracle which radiates throughout all the ages is the Holy Qur'an; and the secret as to why the Prophet of Islam, and not any other Prophet, should have been distinguished by this miracle resides in this: The religion brought by him is the last religion, and it is t...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Qur’an
History clearly shows that the Prophet of lslam performed diverse miracles in the course of his mission. But he laid stress above all else upon that miracle which is eternal, the Holy Qur'an, and the secret as to why the Prophet of Islam, and not any other Prophet, should have been distinguished by this miracle resides in this: The religion brought by him is the last religion, and it is to last un...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Infallibles
on the 10th of Rabi al-Thani of the year 201 AH, after 28 years of sufferance and difficulty, Hadrat Masoomah (A.S.) no longer could endure her sickness and the effects of the poison. She left this world with a broken heart, while she had not been able to see her brother. She was buried in Qum and her shrine became the beauty of this city since then.

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » About Ahl al-Bayt
In the south of Arabia, there is a place called Najran. There lived the Christian tribe of Najran who staunchly believed that Prophet Jesus (as) was the son of God. The Prophet invited them to accept Islam. In response to that, a delegation of their priests and elders came to Madina in order to discuss religion with the Holy Prophet Prophet Muhammad (S).

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Infallibles
her life is the real meaning of the mentioned verse of the Holy Quran which says: And give good news to the patient who, when a misfortune befalls them, say: Surely we are Allah's and to Him we shall surely return. Those are they on whom are blessings and mercy from their Lord. Peace be upon her and her noble sons, who sacrificed themselves for the sake of Allah (J) before their mother, Lady zayna...

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Qur’an & Ahl al-Bayt » Infallibles
Hadrat Fatima Ma’sumah (S.A.), the Blessed and the Gracious Divine Lady among the Holy Ahlul Bayt (A.S), was born in the holy city of Medina on the First Day of the month of Dhu al-Qa'dah 173 A.H. Her father was Imam Musa al-Kazim (A.S), the Seventh Imam, and Imam Rida (A.S), the Eighth infallible Imam was her elder brother. Hadrat Fatima Ma’sumah (S.A.) was, as a result of her father's teachings)...

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لا يكونُ أخوكَ أقوى مِنكَ على مَودّتِهِ.
Do not let your brother be stronger than you are in your amity for him.