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Bibi Zainab Binte Ali (a.s)
Transcript of Bibi Zainab Binte Ali (a.s)
Birth: 5th, Jamad ul Awaal or 1st, Shabaan 5th Hijri
Birth-Place: Madina, Iraq
She was such a birth in the household of Ali (a.s) that she was the pride of Father
In Iran, Bibi Zainab's (a.s) birthday marks Nurse's Day
When Bibi Zainab came in the world, Prophet (saw) held her in his hands and stared crying. People asked why, he replied because she wil go through alot of pain during the event of Karbala.
Father: Imam Ali Ibn Abu Talib (a.s)
Mother: Bibi Fatima Binte Muhammad (a.s)
Sibling(s): Imam Hassan (a.s) & Imam Hussain (a.s)
Paternal Grandparents: Hazrat Abu Talib (a.s) and Bibi Fatima Binte Asad
Maternal Grandparents: Prophet Muhammad (saw) & Bibi Khadija (a.s)
Great ability, intelligence, knowledge, insight, courage, and perseverance.
When Bibi Zainab (a.s) would talk she would resemble her father's way of talking.
Her life was full of difficuties but she never feared coping with difficulties, this enhanced her endurance and elevated her soul.
Bibi Zainab (a.s) was an Important role in Karbala.
Karbala is where Imam Hussain (a.s) fought for the right of Islam.
When they cut the water from the tents of Al-Hussain (a.s) she gave shared her very little water she had.
In the Court of Damascus
The Looted Caravan Was Taken To The Court Of Damascus (Yazid's Palace).
In The Court Of Yazid, Bibi Zainab (a.s) and Imam Zain ul Abideen (a.s) Gave Such a Speech which Left Yazid and All his Supporters astonished.
As a reult of her seech alot of eople in Sham, realized the truth behind Yazid's actions and later on revolted against him.
15th, Rajab. 62 AH --- Damascus, Syria
While she was going to Damascus to mourn over Bibi Sakina 's (a.s) grave. She saw Imam Husssain's (a.s) head on a tree. She started crying over Imam Hussain's (a.s), while Yazid (LA)had not allowed crying upon Imam Hussain (a.s). The tree was owned by a loyal supporter of Yazid (LA). That man came towards Bibi Zainab (a.s) and hit her on the head with a shovel/ax/stick.
After the event of Karbala, a year and a half later; she came back to Madina. She cried over the event of Karala, she died of sadness
Poem- The Patience Princess
The One Who Lost Her Sons, & The Brothers, Friends & Loved ones.
She Faced The Hardship All and All but Kept Her Faith till End and All.
Zainab the Glory All Be Yours. You Are The Pillar of Patience and Strength. On Which Imamat Truly Stands
Zainab You Are The One and Only.
The Patience Princess.
Bibi Zainab Binte Ali (a.s)
, Saniya, Aylia,
Eraj, Madiha & Zahra
Zainab - 'Zain' meaning ornament/adornment and 'ab' meaning Father.
Name was chosen by Prophet Muhammad (saw)
Name resembles to eloquent way of speaking of Bibi Zainab (a.s).
Titles: Al Aqilah (Gentlewoman), Al Alimah (Knowledgeable), Abadat ul Alyul-Ali(Worshipper of Ali’s household), Al Kamilah (The Perfect), Al Fadhilah (The Virtuous), Al Siddiqah al Sughra (The Junior Veracious Lady), Umm al Masaib (Mother of Misfortunes)
The Speech of Bibi Zainab (a.s)
"Praise to Allah, and may the blessing of Allah be upon Muhammad and his progeny. O people of Kufa, you are hypocrites and deceitful. You feign to be sorry for the death of my brother and his companions. May you always shed tears.
And then Said to Yazid "Do you, Yazid, think that – when you blocked all our avenues of the earth and the horizons of the heavens before us, so we were driven as captives – that we are worthless in the eyes of Allah and that you are respectful in His eyes? Or is it because you enjoy with Him a great status? So, you look down at us and become arrogant, elated, when you see the world submissive to you and things are done as you want them, and when our authority and power became all yours? But wait! Have you forgotten that Allah said, “Do not regard those who disbelieved that we grant them good for themselves? We only give them a respite so that they may increase their sins, and for them there is a humiliating torment.” (3:178)
Her last words were : “And your Lord never treats His servants unjustly.” (41:46) So scheme whatever you wish to scheme, and carry out your plots, and intensify your efforts, for, by Allah, you shall never be able to obliterate our mention, nor will you ever be able to kill the revelation (that was revealed to us), nor will you ever exalt our position, nor will your shame ever be washed away. Your view shall be proven futile, your days limited in number, and your wealth wasted on the Day when the caller calls out,
“The curse of Allah be upon the oppressors.” (11:18)
The Patience Princess
At the time of Bibi Zainab's (a.s) marriage many men came for her hand. She was married in a simple ceremony with her cousin, Abdullah Ibn Jaffar Tayyar (a.s). Abdullah Ibn Ja'far Tayyar had been brought up under the direct care of Prophet Muhammad (saw). After his death, Imam Ali (as) became his supporter and guardian until he came of age. He grew up to be a handsome youth with pleasing manners and was known for his sincere hospitality to guests and selfless generosity to the poor and needy.
Although Sayyeda Zainab's (as) husband was a man of means, she lived a modest life, not a life of luxury. She and her husband were charitable to the needy people. The Arab tribes called Abdullah Ibn Ja'far Tayyar "the sea or the cloud of munificence".
The marriage of Sayyeda Zainab (as) did not diminish her strong attachment to her family. Together this young couple had five children, of whom four were sons, Ali, Aun, Muhammad, and Abbas, and one daughter, Umm Kulthum.