Friday, December 9, 2011

The Painted Veil

The Shia Blogger of Mumbai

My Brother Kim

My Blogs Bleed With a Million Curses on Yazid

The Bleeding Blogger And Kim and Viola

The Shia Blogger From Mumbai

You Kill a Million Shias You Still Cant Kill Hussain

My Kama Matam Ashura 2011 Tandav on the Soul of Shimr

My Kama Matam Ashura 2011 Tandav on the Soul of Shimr

Ali Shah Hardcore Zanjir Zani Ashura Mumbai

Shooting Hussain and Humanity

Kim Jansen The Poet of Moving Images

It was Kim who sent me a message on Flickr , he wanted me to help him get access to the hijra community , that he and Viola were documenting, his note to me was polite and thus made me respond to him , normally I avoid all those who contact me regarding the hijra community.

I am a photographer I shoot the transgender community but after the shoot I am back to reality, I cannot solve gender based problems you have to approach the right forum.

So when it turned out that Kim and Viola were staying in Bandra we met I took them home they endeared themselves to my family my grand daughter and my wife invited them to lunch before leaving for Karbala..

I took them around to meet Ma Madhurima as Laxmi Narayan Tripathi my hijra gury was locked up in Big Boss house .. and than accidentally they shot the Eid e Ghadeer Juloos , they liked the Shias , their humility the fervor of Hussain and so they cancelled their tickets and decided to shoot Ashura in Mumbai.. the rest you know they shot Kaisar Bagh , and finally 9 Moharam at Honda and Byculla and the Ashura at Amin Imambada and my own kama matam on the streets of Mazgaon on the Hancock Bridge..

They met my daughter and Assad and now they will leave home with some memorable love linked memories ..Kim and Viola mean a lot to me they shot my culture my faith and the angst of the Shia youth .. I salute and than them for spreading Humanity as the Message of Imam Hussain.. and the war of the Shias against modern contemporary Yazidi terrorism continues ..

Shias bombed out of existence in Afghanistan and eunuch Muslim society wont shed tears , they were devoid of tears when the Holy Prophets grandson Imam Hussain was slaughtered in the most heinous and brutal manner .. Wahhabi power based anti Shia tirade , Salafi based puritanical methods of erasing Shiasm is the cause of agony on the soul of Islam..and our blood gives testimony to our ongoing battle with these spiritual corrupted infidels ..and eunuch Muslim society watches helplessly as one Muslim kills another Muslim all in the name of Misplaced Martyrdom .. and a lost Cause and a heaven inhabited by 72 nubile virgins ..

Ahl al-Bayt


Ahl al-Bayt (Arabic: أهل البيت‎) is an Arabic phrase literally meaning People of the House, or family of the House. The phrase "ahl al-bayt" was used in Arabia before the advent of Islam to refer to one's clan, and would be adopted by the ruling family of a tribe. Within the Islamic tradition, the term refers to the family of the Islamic prophet Muhammad.[1] Muslims venerate Muhammad's household as having a special significance in the Qur'an, the Muslim holy scripture, and the hadith, reports recording the words and actions of Muhammad.

There are differing interpretations over the scope and importance of Ahl al-Bayt. In Twelver and Ismaili Shia Islam, the Ahl al-Bayt are central to Islam and are believed to be the true successors of Muhammad. The Shi'a definition of the phrase includes Muhammad, Fatimah, Ali, Hasan and Husayn (known collectively as the Ahl al-Kisa, "people of the mantle") and the imams, The Twelve Imams.

Also mentioned in Sunni hadith are the descendants of Fatimah or families of the Ulama (Islamic clergy).[2] Most, but not all Shi'a believe that these A'immah to be the divinely chosen leaders of the Muslim community.[1][3] This is based on the hadith, "People of the Cloak", where the Prophet referred to only Fatimah, Ali, Hasan, Hussain and Himself (stating that wives were not part of the Ahl al Bayt because they could be divorced and were no longer part of the household when their husband died), a hadith which many Sunni Muslims believe in. Collectively Muhammad, Fatimah and the Twelve Imams are known as the The Fourteen Infallibles.

In Sunni Islam, Muhammad's household includes his wives, his daughter, Fatimah, his cousin and son-in-law, Ali and their two children, Hasan ibn Ali and Husayn ibn Ali. Other Sunni include all Muhammad's descendants and sometimes the descendants of his paternal uncle, ‘Abbas ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib, the founders of the Abbasid Caliphate.[2] In Sunni and Shia thought, every Muslim has the obligation to love the Ahl al-Bayt.

Ahl al-Bayt family

The term "Ahl" signifies the members of a household of a man, including his fellow tribesmen, kin, relatives, wife (or wives), children, and all those who share a family background, religion, housing, city, and country with him.[citation needed]

"Bayt" refers to habitation and dwelling, including tents and buildings both. It can also be roughly translated as a household. The "Ahl-Al-Bayt" of any person refers to his family members and all those who live in his house. Ahlul Bayt is the polite form of addressing the members and wife of the family.[4]

The following terms all have the same meaning:

Ahl al-Bayt = People of the House
Ahl al-Nabi (s) = Family of the Prophet; the Ummah
Ahl Bayt al-Nabi (s) = Family of the House of the Prophet
`Itrat al-Nabi = [People of the] Mantle of the Prophet

[edit] Interpretation

There has been much debate concerning who Ahl al- Bayt consists of. Although there have been many disagreements there is a consensus amongst Sunni and Shi'a Muslims, that the "Ahl al Kisa" hadith refers specifically to Ali, Fatimah, Hasan and Husayn. Mention of the Ahl al-Bayt, Muhammad's household, is present in a verse of the Qur'an as follows:

O wives of the Prophet! you are not like any other of the women; If you will be on your guard, then be not soft in (your) speech, lest he in whose heart is a disease yearn; and speak a good word.
And stay in your houses and do not display your finery like the displaying of the ignorance of yore; and keep up prayer, and pay the poor-rate, and obey Allah and His Messenger. Allah only desires to keep away the uncleanness from you, O people of the House! and to purify you a (thorough) purifying.
And keep to mind what is recited in your houses of the communications of Allah and the wisdom; surely Allah is Knower of subtleties, Aware.
—Sura Al-Ahzab (33), ayat 32-34[5]

The precise definition of the term in this verse has been subject to varying interpretations. In one tradition, according to which Muhammad's companion Salman al-Farsi is included as a member, it is used to distinguish from the muhajirun (Muslim emigrants from Mecca) and ansar (Medinan converts to Islam). According to Sunni doctrine, the term includes the wives and dependants of Muhammad, as it addresses them in the preceding verse - an interpretation which is attributed to `Abd Allah ibn `Abbas and Ikrimah ibn Abi-Jahl, both of whom were companions of Muhammad. This is supported[improper synthesis?] by various traditions attributed to Muhammad wherein he addresses each of his wives as Ahl al-Bayt.[6] Further members of the household, according to the Sunni perspective, include Ali, Fatimah, Hasan and Husayn, who are mentioned in the tradition of the mantle. Some versions of this tradition recognise Umm Salamah, a wife of Muhammad, as a part of the household. Thus, according to the Encyclopaedia of Islam, "[t]he current orthodox view is based on a harmonizing opinion, according to which the term ahl bayt includes the ahl al-ʿabāʾ, i.e. the Prophet, ʿAlī, Fāṭima, al-Ḥasan and al-Ḥussain, together with the wives of the Prophet."[1]

Other interpretations include the family of Ali, as well as the families of Muhammad's relatives such as Aqeel, Ja'far, and ‘Abbas ibn ‘Abd al-Muttalib|al-Abbas. Early Islamic jurists Malik ibn Anas and Abū Ḥanīfa included the clan of Banu Hashim within the definition, while al-Shafi'i included the whole of Banu Muttalib.[1]

In Shia thought, the household is limited to Muhammad, Fatimah, Ali, Hasan, Husayn, and their descendants (altogether known as the Ahl al-Kisa); as per their deduction from the tradition of the mantle. They interpret the change in pronoun in the Qur'anic verse as showing that only the aforementioned members constitute Ahl al-Bayt.[1] Madelung writes that "[t]his change of gender has inevitably contributed to the birth of various accounts of a legendary character, attaching the latter part of the verse to the five People of the Mantle."[7] Shias view these individuals as infallible and sinless Imams, and regard devotion to them as an essential part of the religion.[1]

Shia Muslims also support this claim with a hadith mentioned in the Sunni Ṣaḥīḥ collection. Many Sunni scholars remark that the verse of purification was revealed concerning five people: Muhammad, Ali, Fatimah, Hasan and Husayn.[8]

The tradition about this hadith goes from different sources to Fatimah, the daughter of Muhammad. She narrated that once her father visited her home, he had fever and was not feeling well, he asked for a Yemeni cloak which Fatimah brought to him and folded it around him. Later he was joined in that Yemeni cloak by his grandsons Hasan and Hussein, who were followed by their father Ali ibn Abi Talib, who was cousin and son-in-law of Muhammad. Finally Fatimah asked the permission to enter that cloak. When all five of them joined together under the cloak, Muhammad narrated the Qur'anic verse 33:33[10] to those under the cloak that all five of them are chosen ones, and he further stated that he wants God to keep all impurities out of reach and away from all of us. Muhammad then prayed to God to declare all five of them as his Ahlul Bayt and keep away the Najasat (impurities). God, at that request immediately sent Gabriel (Jibral) to reveal to Muhammad that all the five under the cloak are dearest and closest to God and they are Taher (purest of the pure) without any traces of impurities[9]

The Twelver and Ismaili branches of Shia Islam differ in regards to the line of Imamate. While the Twelver believe in a lineage known as the Twelve Imams, the Ismaili believe that the descendants of Isma'il ibn Jafar, rather than his brother Musa al-Kadhim, were the inheritors of the Imamate instead.

According to Anas ibn Malik, Muhammad, for six months straight used to pass by the door of Fatimah whenever he left for fajr prayers and said, "it is time for salat, of family of the house (Ahel al biat)! 'Surely Allah desires to remove all imperfection from you, of family of the house, and purify you completely.'" From surah Al Ahzab 33, verse 33[10], Sunan al-Tirmidhi- Vol. 2 sahih 902
[edit] Significance

Muhammad's household is venerated by Muslims, who attach to them a special status.[citation needed] This is derived from verses in the Qur'an and hadith which stipulate love towards Muhammad's relatives, though in some cases interpretations differ, an example being: "Say: "No reward do I ask of you for this except the love of those near of kin."[11] According to classical exegete al-Tabarani, the verse most likely refers to Muslim believers related by blood ties. Another interpretation adopted by Shia applies the verse to ahl al-bayt; while another view interprets the verse as commanding love for relatives in general. The latter view is favored by academic scholar Madelung.[12]

Sharia (Islamic law) prohibits the administration of sadaqah (charity) or zakat (tax) to Muhammad's kin (including the Banu Hashim), as Muhammad forbade this income for himself and his family.[citation needed] The explanation given by jurists is that these alms are considered the defilements of the people, who offer them to purify themselves from sin, hence it would be unbecoming of the kin to handle or use them. Instead, they are accorded part of the spoils of war.[13][14] Muslims in their daily prayers invoke blessings upon them by saying: "O God, bless Muhammad and his family." In many Muslim communities, high social status is attributed to people claiming to be blood-descendants of Muhammad's household, and are labelled sayyids or sharifs.[15]

Most Sunni Sufi circles (tariqah) trace their spiritual chain back to Muhammad through Ali.[citation needed] In Shia thought, Muhammad's household is central to the religion. In one version of Muhammad's farewell sermon, he is represented as saying that God has given believers two safeguards: the Qur'an and his family; in other versions the two safeguards are the Qur'an and his Sunnah (statements and actions of Muhammad). Popular Shia belief ascribes cosmological importance to the family in various texts, wherein it is said that God would not have created Jannah (heaven) and earth, paradise, Adam and Eve, or anything else were it not for them. The majority of Shia regard the heads of the family as divinely chosen Imams who are infallible and sinless.[1]
[edit] Ahl al-Bayt in the Qur'an

There seems to be some confusion as regards where the Qur'an mentions the Ahlul Bayt. Laypeople[who?] tend to confuse the word "Ahl" with "Ahl al-Bayt". Apart from Qur'anic quote 33:32-33:-

And his wife was standing (there), and she laughed: But we gave her glad tidings of Isaac, and after him, of Jacob.
She said: "Alas for me! shall I bear a child, seeing I am an old woman, and my husband here is an old man? That would indeed be a wonderful thing!"
They said: "Dost thou wonder at Allah's decree? The grace of Allah and His blessings on you, o ye people of the house! for He is indeed worthy of all praise, full of all glory!"
—Sura Hud (11), ayat 71-73[16]

Ahlus-Sunnah holds this verse as evidence that wives of Muhammad are included in his Ahlul Bayt. The Shia hold that the wife of Ibrahim (Abraham) was a member of his Ahl al-Bayt because she was the mother of a prophet. However, none of the wives of Muhammad (except for Khadija) gave birth to any surviving child.[17]
[edit] List of Ahl al-Bayt according to Shia Islam

The Ahl al-Kisa together with the Imams make up the Shia definition of Ahl al-Bayt. Ahl al-Bayt are seen as divinely appointed individuals and teachers of the Islamic faith after Muhammad.[

the mirror is where the soul of a woman lies

in india muslims live in peace .. in afghanistan muslims end up as pieces of a jigsaw puzzle in blood and flesh

Habib Nasser Sword Matam Wound

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser gets his wound stitched without anesthesia .. Habib Hospital

Habib Nasser Does Sword Matam

Habib Nasser Does Sword Matam

I Wont Sell My Shiasm ,,Because I Want A Blue Tick On A Facebook Page

I wont remove my Shia Hindu Sufi pictures evr

Habib Nasser Getting Ready for Sword Matam

kim and glenn amin imambada


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Dhuljanah (Arabic: ذو الجناح‎) was the horse of Husayn ibn Ali. The original name of Zuljanah was Murtajiz and the reason for it being named that way was because of its sound of neighing being sweet, furious and high making it different from other horses. It was purchased by the Prophet Muhammad from an Arab called Haris. It features prominently in the traditional narrating of the story of the Battle of Karbala and it is thought to have been a White Stallion.

According to the legend, when Husayn ibn Ali was a mere child and learning to crawl, he used to go to the stable of Zuljanah and look at it. Once the Prophet of Islam said that his grand son was curiously looking at the horse as if some mysterious conversation was taking place, so the Prophet asked the child if he wished to ride the horse and on being answered the Prophet Muhammad ordered the horse to be mounted and when Husayn ibn Ali approached the horse it amazingly lowered itself to the ground allowing the child to mount him.
[edit] The Role of Zuljanah in the Battle of Karbala

In the battle of Karbala, Husayn ibn Ali used the horse and went to the battlefield. According to a collection of Hadith, Zuljanah on its own killed 60 enemies of Husayn ibn Ali in the Battle of Karbala.

It is also believed that Zuljanah wept in sorrow of Husayn ibn Ali's martyrdom, weeping a single tear.

After the martyrdom of Husayn ibn Ali, Zuljanah went to the camps of Zaynab bint Ali and then went to the Euphrates river never to be found again.
[edit] Present day remembrance of Zuljanah

The practice of taking out the replica of Zuljanah is still prevalent in processions during Muharram. Muslims in countries like Pakistan, Iran, India, Bahrain and Iraq decorate a replica of Zuljanah and take it along with them in an Azadari procession. This replica reminds them of the real Zuljanah and people often feed the replica with their own hands.

Zuljanah is a revered horse by most Muslims as it is believed that the Prophet Mohammad used to ride it as well.

I Shut my Facebook Account ,, Targeted Shia Harassment

27 May 2018 As a Shia I am targeted even  by  Sufis Sufism that  I promoted vigorously as a Malang .. I have renounced my Malang...