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Ali (A.S.)     - The Miracle of Muhammad (S.A.W.
Who is this Ali?
The genealogy of Ali (A.S.)
Abu Talib (A.S.) - The Obliger of Islam.
The Birth of Ali (A.S.)
Ali (A.S.) - Under the guidance of the Prophet (S.A.W.)
The personality of Ali (A.S.)

The fate of Ali (A.S.)'s followers.
Ali (A.S.) - As viewed by the historians
The proclamation of the Holy Prophet (S.A.W.)
The death of Khadija (S.A.)
The death of Abu Talib (A.S.)
The Hijrat
The Prophet (S.A.W.) in Madina
The marriage of Fatema (S.A.)
The battle of Badr
The battle of Ohad
The battle of Khandaq
The treaty of Hudaibia
The battle of Khaibar
The conquest of Mecca
The battle of Hunain
The despatch of Surah Baraat
Mubahela (Maledictory Conflict)
The expedition to Yemen
The last Hajj
Ghadeer -e-Khum
The Last days of the Prophet (S.A.W.)
The will of the Prophet (S.A.W.)
The death of the Prophet (S.A.W.)
The conspiracy of Saqifa
Abu Bakr becomes Caliph
The regime of A bu Bakr
The usurping of Fadaq
The death of Fatema (S.A.)



During the days of Moaviya and Ummayed large number of people were arrested for the simple reason of being Ali (A.S.)’s friends and suffered the most severe tortures, but they did not surrender their love and friendship of Ali (A.S.), and stood firm to the end of their lives. History has recorded the names of such people who faced torture and death courageously for being in love with Ali (A.S.) even hundreds of years after his death. A man like Meesam-e-Tammar who twenty years after Ali (A.S.)’s martyrdom spoke from the crucifying cross, the virtues and human qualities of Ali (A.S.). Those were the days when the entire Muslim community was being suffocated, their freedom crushed, and their souls made prisoners in their own breast. A mortal silence appeared like the mist of death on every face. Meesam Tammar calls the people from the crucifix to come and listen to what he is going to say about Ali (A.S.). People thronged round him to hear him. When the powerful tyrannical government of Ummayed saw danger to their existence they ordered to put a gag in his mouth, when the gag proved ineffective Meesam was slain.

Similarly Ibne Sikkit was another such lover of Ali (A.S.). He was a great scholar and an authority in Arabic literature. Mutawakkil, the Banu Abbaside Caliph had engaged him to teach his two sons. One day Mutawakkil comparing his two sons with the sons of Ali (A.S.), Hasan (A.S.) and Husain (A.S.) asked Ibne Sikkit who was more dear to him. Ibne Sikkit replied, "By Allah I swear that Ali’s slave Qamber is definitely dearer to me than these two sons and their father". Mutawakkil ordered to severe his tongue, which was immediately cut before the assembled people. This too, two hundred years after Ali (A.S.).