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The Islamic Nabi Arabic: Therefore, she is often revered not only for her admirable characteristics and actions, but also for her membership in, and continuation of, the biological line of Muhammad. According to a historian, the Arabian Peninsula never produced the like of Zainab after her. The name “Zaynab” means “the adornment of her father” Walid ki Zeenat in Urdu.

Fatimah died when Zaynab was seven years old. This tragic event at an early age and will of her mother to care as mother and sister of her brothers is plain enough to explain the special closeness with Al-Hasan and Al-Husayn. Although Zaynab’s husband was a man of means, the couple is said to have lived a modest life.

Much of their wealth was devoted to charity. The marriage of Zaynab did not diminish her strong attachment to her family. Some sources suggest that Zaynab held sessions to help other women study the Quran and learn more about Islam. According to one of her biographies, The Victory of Truthshe started this practice in Medina and later continued it when she moved with her father and family to Kufa. Zameer Akhtar Zainab had finished 8 journeys during her life, from Madina to Kufa with her father Ali was the first trip.

She travelled second time from Kufa to Madina with her brother Hassan. During her 5th, 6th and 7th journeys from Karbala to Kufa, Syria and return to Medina via Karbala, she appeared to be the first lady Revolutionist. During voyage a follower and friend of Yazid, saw her and hit her with a spade on her head, this attack caused her death.

Her husband Abdullah who was a very rich man, bought the surrounding land and made the shrine especially in the name of Zainab, [11] that is why Shia Muslims, specially in sub-continent, commemorate her martyrdom anniversary by conducting a Majlis. Some time after the death of the Muawiyah IHusayn went to Kufa by the invitation of the people of Kufa for him to claim the leadership of the Muslim community.

Zaynab accompanied him, as did most of his household. By the time Husayn’s army arrived, the people of Kufa had changed their minds and betrayed and did not join Husayn’s army at the Battle of Karbala. In many ways Zaynab functioned as a model of defiance against oppression and other forms of injustice. When her nephew, Ali ibn Husayn Zayn al-Abidinwas sentenced to death by the governor of Kufah Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyadshe threw herself over him in a protective embrace yelling “By God, I will not let go of him.


खुत्बा ई बिबी ज़ैनाब | Khutba e Bibi hazrat Zainab ka in Darbar e Yazeed (lanti)

If you are going to kill him, you will have to kill me along with him. Because Zayn al-Abidin was the only one of Husayn’s sons to zanab the Battle of Karbala, this courageous action was pivotal in kutba the survival of an important part of Ali genetic line and thus the future Imams in Shia Islam.

Zaynab and the other survivors of Husayn’s army, most of them women and children, were marched to DamascusYazid’s capital, where they were held captive. Tradition says that Zaynab, already in anguish due to the death of her brother Husayn and her sons Aun and Muhammad, was forced to march unveiled. This was an extreme indignity to inflict on a high-ranking Muslim woman, the granddaughter of Muhammad. While captive in Damascus, Zaynab held the first majlisor lamentation assembly in the palace of Yazid to mourn the loss of her beloved brother Husayn.

Another illustration of Zaynab’s pious defiance was when a Syrian in Yazid’s court demanded that he be given one of the younger captive girls, Fatimah bint Husayn. This comment is representative of a larger sermon attributed to Zaynab in which she condemns Yazid and many of his actions, specifically focusing on his treatment of the household of Muhammad.

The sermon is very eloquent and is reminiscent of the work in the Quran’s exegesisZaynab did with other women in Medina and Kufa. The full text of this sermon is linked in the external links section below. Eventually Yazid released his captives and allowed them to return to Medina. On the way back, the party stopped once again at Karbala to mourn the loss of Husayn and the others that died there.

At the first day of Safar[18] according to a narration of Turabi, when they arrived at Damascus, they and the heads of fallen ones were taken into Yazid’s presence.


Then he paid attention to an objecting woman. I will tell you. I am the granddaughter of Muhammad.

Zaynab bint Ali

I am the daughter of Fatimah. At this time, Zaynab gave her khutbah Arabic: According to narration of Al-Shaykh Al-Mufidin Yazid’s presence, a man with red skin asked Yazid to give one of the captured woman as a bondwoman.

Alternatively, many Khuyba believe her grave urdi be found within Al-Sayeda Zainab Mosquea different mosque that is located in Cairo. Their 52nd DaiMohammed Burhanuddinmade zarih a cage-like structure surrounding the tomb for the shrine in Cairo. The Fatimids and some others believe that the Sayyidah Zaynab Mosque in Damascus is actually the burial site of one of her sisters, Umm Kulthum bint Ali perhaps caused by confusion between “Sugra” and “Kubra”.

There is some historical evidence suggesting Zaynab lived in Cairo near the end of her life.

Zaynab bint Ali – Wikipedia

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. MedinaAl- HijazArabian Peninsula.

Part of a series on Shia Islam. Muhammad Ali Fatimah Hasan Hussein. Sermon of Zaynab bint Ali in the court of Yazid. The Victory of Truth: The Life of Zaynab bint ‘Ali. Retrieved 16 July An Early Biography of Muhammad. New York Uddu Press. Retrieved 26 November Retrieved 15 December Power, Patronage, and Piety. The Caliphate of Yazid b. State University of New York Press. The Caliphate ohutba Yazid B.

Hazrat Zainab ka Darbaar e Yazid main Khutba – video dailymotion

Nafasul Mahmum, Relating to the heart rending tragedy of Karbala. Translated by Aejaz Ali T Bhujwala. Martyrdom in South Asian Memory: Martyrdom in South Asian Memory.

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