Imam Jafar Sadiq A.S.- Jo Mohtaj Momin ko Khana khilaye to aisa hai ke usne Hazrat Ismail ki Aulad me se 100 admiyo ko QATL se bachaya. ||  Imam Baqir A.S. Agar koi Momin ke liye dua karta hai to farishte ALLAH se uske liye dua karte hai aur farishton ki dua ALLAH jald qubul karta hai. ||  Imam Sadiq A.S.- Jo Quran ki tilawat dekh ke kare to uski annkhon ki roshni mazbut hogi aur uske waledain ke gunah maaf honge, chaahe wo kafir hi kyun na ho. ||  Imam Ali A.S. Bhooka rehna sabse MUFID(faydewali) aur behtar dawa (medicine) hai. ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Apne Bacchon ko NAMAZ sikaho aur jab baligh ho jaye to unko NAMAZ padhne par majboor karo. ||  Daman E Aql Ko Jo Chaak Nhi Kr Sakta, Wo Kbi Noor Ka Idrak Ni Kr Sakta, Bughz E Haider Ki Nijasat Ha Nijasat Aisi, Aab-E-Zum Zum Bhi Jise Pak Nhi Kr Sakta ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Apne bacho ka naam paida hona se pehle rakho. ||  Imam Ali a.s ne farmaya: Gunah aik Aisa Marz Hai Jiski Dawa Astaghfar Hai Aur us Gunah ko Na Dohrana uski shifa Hai: Ref: Tajaliat-e-Hikmat Page 205 ||  Imam Ali A.S.- ILM aisi khubsurti hai jo chipi(hidden) rehti aur aisa rishta hai jo munqata(disconnect) nahi hota. ||  Hazrat Mohammad SAWW- Jab kabhi koi Faqeer raat ke waqt darwaze par dastak dekar(aakar) kuch maange to kabhi bhi oose thukrana nahi. ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Jo ISTEKHARA karega woh kabhi hairan nahi foga aur jo mashwara(advice) lega kabhi pareshan nahi hoga. ||  Hazrat Mohammad Mustfa SAWW- Maa Baap ki nafarmani wo gunah hai ki aadmi ki zindagi hi me ALLAH usko marne se pehle saza deta hai. ||  Imam Mohammad Taqi A.S.- Jo meri phuphi(aunty) MASUMA-E-QUM S.A. ki qabr ki ziyarat kare uske liye Jannat hai. ||  Imam Ali A.S.-Haaya(Sharm) bure kaamo se rok deti hai. ||  Imam Sajjad A.S.- Jhooti Qasam se mall barbaad ho jaata hai aur karobar me barkat khatm ho jaati hai. ||  Imam Ali A.S. Se Poocha gaya ke Sharif kaun hai? AAP ne farmaya 'Jo Kamzor ke saath INSAAF kare'.  ||  Hazrat Mohammad SAWW- 4 cheezen insaan ki khush nasibi hai Nek Dost, Nek Aulad, Uski Biwi ki soch uske jaisi ho aur uska Rozgar uske apne shehar me ho. ||  Hazrat Mohammad SAWW- Sona(Gold) aur Resham meri ummat ki Aurto ke liye Halal hai aur Mardo ke liye Haram hai. ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Bhook aur Bimari ek jagah jamaa nahi ho sakti. ||  S.7, A.20 : Logo Quran Padha jaye to dhiyaan se suno aur khamosh raho taaki tum par reham kiya jaye. || 
Victory of Imam Hossein (P) uprising was inspiring for Muslims
Date: 9th December 2011           5-Star-Rating 3 vote(s)
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Victory of Imam Hossein (P) uprising was inspiring for Muslims

Victory of Imam Hossein (P) and his uprising against oppression inspired Islamic Awakening in Muslim countries, visiting religious leader of Rasul Hossein Mosque in Cairo said here Wednesday.     

 Sheikh Muhammad Hussain made the remarks in an exclusive interview with IRNA. 

“Imam Hossein (P) was seeking justice and the revolutionary people of Egypt gained victory by following his approach, the Egyptian scholar underlined. 

He noted that the enemies do their best to divide the Muslims; Muslim nations should consider their joint principles and thwart enemies’ hostile plots. 

“Coexistence of Sinni and Shi'a Muslims in the Islamic countries
 is a good example for brotherhood among people,” the official stated. 
Islamic Awakening is a revolutionary wave of demonstrations and protests occurring in the Muslim world that began on Saturday, 18 December 2010. To date, there have been revolutions in Tunisia, Egypt; a civil war in Libya resulting in the fall of its government; civil uprisings in Bahrain and Yemen, major protests in Algeria, Iraq, Jordan, Morocco, Oman and minor protests in Kuwait, Mauritania, Saudi Arabia and Western Sahara. 

The protests have shared techniques of civil resistance in sustained campaigns involving strikes, demonstrations, marches and rallies, as well as the use of social media to organize, communicate, and raise awareness in the face of state attempts at repression and Internet censorship. 

Many demonstrations have met violent responses from authorities as well as from pro-government militias and counter-demonstrators. A major slogan of the demonstrators in the Muslim world has been ash-shab yurid isqat an-nizam ('the people want to bring down the regime'). 

During this period of regional unrest, several leaders announced their intentions to step down at the end of their current terms. 

Hundreds of thousands of Bahrainis taking part in the 'March of Loyalty to Martyrs', honoring political dissidents killed by security forces, on 22 February. The protests began in Bahrain on 14 February and were largely peaceful, until a raid by police on the night of 17 February against protestors sleeping at the Pearl Roundabout in Manama, in which police killed three protestors. Following the deadly raid, the protestors' aims expanded to a call for the end of the monarchy. 

On 18 February, government forces opened fire on protesters, mourners, and news journalists, prompting protesters to begin calling for the overthrow of the Bahraini monarchy and government. On 19 February, protesters occupied Pearl Roundabout after the government ordered troops and police to withdraw. On 22 February, an estimated one hundred thousand people, one fifth of the nation's population, marched. On 14 March, at the request of the Crown Prince, GCC Saudi Arabian troops entered the country, and opened fire on the protesters, several of whom were killed. Later thousands of Shi'a protesters arose in Iraq and Qatif in opposition to the Saudi-led intervention in Bahrain. 

On September 17, New York City witnessed an unprecedented campaign against the US government's policies, when the “Occupy Wall Street” (OWS) protests began in opposition to social inequalities and top-level corruption as well as corporatism in the US. 

The movement has now spread to major US cities in spite of mass arrests and widespread crackdown by the police, as well as to other countries, including Australia, Britain, Germany, Italy, Spain, Ireland, and Portugal.

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