Imam Ali A.S. Kamzor par zulm karna badtareen zulm hai. ||  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 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. ||  S.7, A.20 : Logo Quran Padha jaye to dhiyaan se suno aur khamosh raho taaki tum par reham kiya jaye. ||  Imam Sadiq A.S. Naye Kapde pehante waqt LA ELAAHAA ILLALAH MUHAMMDUR RASULALLAH padho taake tum aafato se najat pao aur khush raho. ||  The Holy Prophet Mohammad s.a.w.w said :Train your children in three things :thelove of your Prophet ,the love of his progeny i.e AHLULBAYT and recitation of the Quran....Al -Jami-ul-saghir vol 1 p14 ||  Hazrat Mohammad SAWW- Sona(Gold) aur Resham meri ummat ki Aurto ke liye Halal hai aur Mardo ke liye Haram hai. ||  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. ||  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 ||  Nahjul Balagha: Certainly, the Quran is wonderful in its outward form, and its inner meanings are profound. ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Bhook aur Bimari ek jagah jamaa nahi ho sakti. ||  Wo Jis Ne Apny Na Na Ka Wada Wafa Kar Dia Ghar Ka Ghar Supard-E-Khuda Kar Dia Nosh Kar Lia Jis Ne Shahadat Ka Jaam Us 'Hussain Ibne-Ali' Par Lakhon Salam ||  Imam Ali A.S. Bhooka rehna sabse MUFID(faydewali) aur behtar dawa (medicine) hai. ||  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 Mehdi ATFS- Jab ALLAH SAWW se koi DUA maango to pehle MUHAMMAD WA AALE MUHAMMAD par DURUD(Salwat) bhejo phir apni dua talab karo/maanogo. SALWAT ||  Imam Ali A.S.- Apne Bacchon ko NAMAZ sikaho aur jab baligh ho jaye to unko NAMAZ padhne par majboor karo. ||  Pani Ki Talab Ho To 1 Kaam Kia Kar Karbala K Naam Pe 1 Jam Piya Kar Ki Mujko Hussain Ibn-E-Ali Ne Yeh Naseehat Zalim Ho Muqabil To Mera Naam Liya Kar ||  Zarurat Thi Talwaar Ki Na Aur Kisi Hathiyar Ki Sirf Ek Dua Thi Karbala Main Alamdaar Ki Fakat Mil Jaye Ijazat Aqa Hussain Sai To Yaad Diladunga Jung Haider-E-Karrar Ki ||  Hazrat Mohammad SAWW- Maa-Baap ki nafarmani wo gunah hai ke aadmi ki zindagi hi me ALLAH usko marne se pehle saza deta hai. ||  Hazrat Mohammad Mustafa SAWW-Agar Koi MUSALMAAN ko milawat wala MAAL bechta hai wo humme se nahi hai. QAYAMAT ke din wo YAHUDIYO ke sath uthaya jayega. || 

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Iranians mourn martyrdom anniversary of Imam Reza (AS)
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Iranians mourn martyrdom anniversary of Imam Reza (AS)

Today coincides with the martyrdom anniversary of Eight Infallible Imam of Household of Holy Prophet, Imam Reza (Peace Be Upon Him).

Heartiest condolences to all Shia Muslims through the world on this occasion.

Imam Reza (PBUH) from Birth to Martyrdom

Imam Reza (PBUH) was born in 148 AH, i.e. about (1250) years ago in the city of Medina. His father was Imam Musa ibn Ja'far (PBUH), the seventh Imam of Shia Muslims and his mother was a noble and wise lady named Najma. Imam Reza (PBUH) was born in the same year that his grandfather, Imam Ja'far Sadegh (PBUH), was martyred.

Reading the life of Imam Ali ibn Musa al-Reza (PBUH), from the beginning up to his martyrdom, has very valuable and instructive points. The long period of Imamate of Imam Reza (PBUH) on the one hand, and the formation of deviant currents and political events on the other hand, has distinguished his life from the life of other Imams.

As mentioned above, Imam Reza (PBUH) was born in the year 148 AH, i.e. about (1250) years ago in the city of Medina and was martyred on the last day of Safar 203 AH. The eighth Imam of Infallible of Household of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) always sought the happiness and welfare of people in this world and the Hereafter with his blessed words during his lifetime.

Imam’s Names

His name is (Ali), but according to the custom among the Arabs, he was called (Abul Hassan). Such names are called (nicknames).

In addition to names and nicknames, people are sometimes given another name called (title). The eighth Imam has several titles. Among the most famous of these titles are (Reza), (Alem Al-Muhammad), (Gharib Al-Ghoarba), (Shams Al-Shomous) and (Moin Al-Zoafa). There is a special reason for naming each person by these names, i.e. name, nickname and title. It is said that he was nicknamed (Reza) because God is pleased with him. Imam's childhood, adolescence and youth passed in Medina. Good morals, abundant knowledge, faith and worship were many of the characteristics that characterized the Imam.



Moral Characteristic of Imam Reza (BPUH)

Much has been said about the good morals of the Imam. Here are some examples of what the Imam paid attention to in dealing with people. All of this is a lesson (how to live) for us:

- He (Imam Reza) never hurt others with his words.

- He did not interrupt anyone while speaking.

- He helped he needy a lot.

- He was sitting at a table with his servants and was eating food.

- He always had a smiling face.

- He never laughed with a loud voice.

- When sitting, he never stretched his legs in front of others.

- He never leaned against the wall in presence of others.

- He was visiting the patients perpetually.

- He was patient as well.

- Etc.

These were partial characteristics and morality of the eighth Imam of Shia Muslim Ali ibn Musa al-Reza (PBUH). With having these characteristics, should not God be pleased with this morality and behavior? And does not he deserve to be called (Reza)? Is not the one whom God pleases pleased with? This is how the name (Reza) is worthy and deserving for that great Imam.

Imam Reza (PBUH) in View of Poets

Since the time of Imam Reza (BPUH), poets and writers have written and authored a lot to describe the greatness of that Imam and each of them has described that Imam as good. There was a poet named (Abu Nawas) who was very component and capable of composing. He was told, “You have written poetry about everything, you have praised the mountains and the plains and music in your poems, but surprisingly, you have remained silent about an important subject such as the great personality of Imam Reza! While you know him well and are fully acquainted with the morals, behavior and greatness of the Prophet.”

Abu Nawas first replied, “I swear by God, only his greatness has prevented him from doing this, how can someone like me write a poem about a prominent figure like Imam Reza (PBUH)?” Then he said a poem, the summary of which means: Do not ask me to praise him, I cannot praise a man that Gabriel is a servant of his father.

Persian language poets also have composed many poems about Imam Reza (PBUH).

Spiritual Personality of Imam Reza (PBUH)

Imam Reza (PBUH) was also prominent in terms of paying attention to spiritual issues and dealing with matters of worship. Many narrations and stories of this aspect of Imam's life have been narrated in historical books, which are interesting for all of us to hear. When we see that our Imam and the leader who has accepted him as our leader and we have made his life our model, worship in this way and pays attention to the matters of worship in this way, we ourselves are forced to follow the same method and Learn the same way. Here are some examples of things historians have noticed in this regard:

- He was sleeping less at night and spending most of his precious time in worship.

- He fasted many days.

- His prostrations were very long.

- He was reciting the Holy Book a lot.

- He was adhering to the first prayers of the time.

- Except during prayers, he (Imam Reza) was pleased with prayers to God.

Emigration of Imam Reza (PBUH) to Khorasan

When Imam Reza (PBUH) found himself forced to travel, in order to express his dissatisfaction with this trip, he visited the holy shrine of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) several times and made a pilgrimage in such a way that everyone understood that The journey is not to the Imam's satisfaction.

One of the witnesses narrates that I saw the Imam on a pilgrimage, approached him and congratulated him on the fact that the Imam was about to travel, but the Imam replied: “Leave me alone! I will leave the neighborhood of the Prophet (PBUH) and I will die in exile!”

After that, the Imam called all his relatives and friends and said to them, “Cry for me! Because I will not return to Medina. This shows that the Imam was familiar with Ma'mun's sinister plan, but had no choice but to accept his decision.”

The Imam left Medina with the envoys of Ma'mun and left for Khorasan. According to Ma'mun's order, the Imam's route from Medina to Khorasan was determined in such a way that the people of the Shiite cities were deprived of visiting the Imam. Because if the Shiites succeeded in visiting their Imam closely and meeting him and benefiting from his words, they would be more devoted to him, and this would be a great danger for the rule of Ma'mun. Therefore, the cities of Kufa and Qom were removed from the Imam's journey. But there is disagreement among historians as to which route the Imam reached Khorasan and the city of Merv. The following is a summary of the routes quoted for this trip:

Martyrdom of Imam Reza (PBUH)

Ma'mun, who saw more and more people turning to Imam Reza (PBUH), had no excuse against his fellow Muslims, the Abbasid dynasty. So he decided to go to Baghdad to talk to him closely. But what gift did he bring them on this journey? Could he remove the Imam from his guardianship? Could he have ignored the widespread allegiance he had taken from the people? Could he tolerate the reaction of the people to the removal of the Imam? Could he have given a convincing reason for the mass dissatisfaction of the Shiites and the followers of the Imam? This is where Ma'mun once again reveals his true face and turns to hidden violence and game politics.

He first kills his minister, Fadl ibn Sahl, and sheds tears over his body, and sets a reward for finding his killers, and when they are arrested, they testify that Ma'mun ordered them to do so. But he kills them in disbelief.

He then follows the plan to remove Imam Reza (PBUH), but tries to implement this plan in a way that shows that he is free from this. So on his way to Baghdad, he stops in Toos and poisons Imam Reza (PBUH) by eating poisonous pomegranate or grapes to the Imam, and liked what he did after the assassination of Fadl ibn Sahl, here too He sheds tears on the pure body of the Imam and buries him next to the grave of his father Harun Al-Rasheed.

Imam Reza (PBUH) had previously warned some of his companions about his martyrdom at the hands of Ma'mun. For example, he once said to two of his companions: Now is the time for me to return to God and it is time for me to join the grandfather of the Messenger of God (PBUH) and my fathers. The scroll of my life is done. This authoritarian ruler (Ma'mun) has decided to kill me with poisoned grapes and pomegranates.

Among the various quotations about the day, month and year of the martyrdom of Imam Reza (PBUH), the most famous is that he was martyred on Friday, the end of the Safar month of the year 203 AH, while 55 years have passed since the blessed life of the Imam. Is. According to all historians, the place of Imam's martyrdom was the city of Toos and his burial place was in the garden of Hamid ibn Qahtaba in Sanabad, which was later named (Mashhad Reza - the place of martyrdom of Imam Reza (PBUH) and is now known as Mashhad.

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