Glorious Verses About Pure Ahl Al Bait And Hazrat Ali (k.v.)

1- “Innema yüridullahü liyüzhibe ankümürricse ehle’l beyti ve yütehhireküm tethira-Allah has willed to remove uncleanness from you and to purify you.” (Al-Ahzab, 33)

2- “Kül la es’eleküm Aleyhi ecren ille’l meveddete fi’l kurba- Say (O Muhammad!): For this I demand of you no recompense. I ask you only to love my kindred (Ahla-l Bait).” (Al-Shura, 23)

3- “Among the believers there are men who have been true to Allah. Some have died and others await their end, yielding to no change.” (Al-Ahzab, 23)

4- “As for the man who after their defeat answered the call of Allah and the Apostle, those of them that do what is right and keep from evil shall richly be rewarded.” (The Imrans, 172)

5- “Can he then, who is a true believer, be compared to him who is an evil doer? Surely they are not alike.” (Al-Sahdah, 18)

6- “Should they seek to deceive you, Allah is all-sufficient for you. He has made you strong with His help and rallied the faithful round you.” (Al-Anfal, 62)

7- “O the Prophet! Allah is your strength and the faithful who follow you.” (Al-Anfal, 64)

8- “Do the evil-doers think that they are equal in Our sight with those who believe and do good works, so that their lives and deaths shall be alike? How ill they judge. (Al-Jatiyah, 21)

9- “But of all the creatures those that embrace the Faith and do good works are the noblest.” (Al- Bayyinah, 7)

10- “Your only protectors are Allah, His Apostle and the faithful those who attend to their prayers, render the alms levy when they kneel down in worship.” (Al-Maidah, 55)

11- “But the righteous shall drink of a cup tempered at the Camphor Fountain, a gushing spring at which the servants of Allah will refresh themselves, they who keep their vows and dread the far-spread terrors of Judgement Day; who, though they hold it dear, give sustenance to the poor man, the orphan, and the captive, saying: ‘We feed you for Allah’s sake only; we seek of you neither recompense nor thanks: for we fear from our Lord a day of anguish and of woe.’

Allah will deliver them from the evil of that day and make their faces shine with joy. He will reward them for their steadfastness with robes of silk and the delights of Paradise.” (Al-Insan, 5-11)

12- “Those that give alms by day and by night, in private and in public, shall be rewarded by their Lord. They shall have nothing to fear or regret.” (Al-Baqarah, 274)

13- “Those that have embraced the faith and fled their homes and fought for the cause of Allah with their wealth and with their persons; and those that sheltered them and helped them shall be as friends to each other.” (Al-Anfal, 72)

14- To those that dispute with you concerning Jesus after the knowledge you have received, say: “Come, let us gather our sons and your sons, our wives and your wives, our people and your people. We will then pray and call down the curse of Allah on every liar.” (The Imrans, 61)

15- “We have given you Kawsar (The innocent people who continue from Hz. Fatima and Ali). Pray to your Lord, sacrifice to Him. (O Muhammad!) He that hates you shall remain childless.” (Kawsar, 1-3)

Note: Both in the Koran and in the Hadiths, the person who is mentioned with praises is Hz. Ali. Abdullah Ibn Abbas reported that 300 verses were revealed about Hz. Ali and Ahmed b. Hanbel said that the virtuous sayings of the Prophet (a.s.v.) about Hz. Ali had not come for others. (Hz. Ali by Mustafa Yağmurlu, p. 114, Beyan Publication.)


1. The Messenger of Allah (a.s.v.) says: “Ali! Gabriel believes that he loves you.”

Hz. Ali said: “Has Gabriel reached the rank to love me?”

Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “Yes, Allah (May he be honored and glorified), who is more favorable than Gabriel, love you.” (1)

(1) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, A. Fikri yavuz, Sönmez Publ., p. 249

2- The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) called Hz. Ali (k.v.) on the day in Taif and held a private conversation with him. (It lasted too long that) People said: “The Prophet (a.s.v.) lengthened the meeting with the son of his uncle.” (When the Prophet (a.s.v.) heard this) He said: “It was not me but Allah who had a private meeting.” (2) From Hz. Jabir (r.a.):

(2)Kütüb-i Sitte Muhtasarı, Ibrahim Canan, vol. 12 p.470 Hadith no: 4409

3- We were near the Prophet (a.s.v.), there was a group of people standing around him. Hz. Ali entered the room. When he came in, they left and started to criticize him, they said: “We must not leave when he comes in.” Then they entered the room again. Thereupon he said: “It is not me but it is Allah that made him come in and made you leave.” (3) From Ibrahim b. Sa’d b. Ebi Vakkas and he transmitted it from his father:

(3) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p.38, H.38

4- The Holy prophet (a.s.v.) said: “When I was ascended to Heaven, I was taken to a palace made of pearls. Its bed was made of shining gold. My Lord revealed me three good attributes about Ali:

1. He is the Gentleman (Master) of Muslims,

2. He is the (Imam) leader of the pious,

3. He is the commander of those whose foreheads and arms were marked white (the elected). (4)

(4) From Ibni Kani (r.a.); Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 281

5- The Prophet said: Allah the Almighty ordered me to love four persons and He also loved them”. They asked the Prophet to tell them their names. The Prophet said: “Ali is among them -he said it thrice-, and they are also Ebu Zer, Mikdad and Selman.” (5)

(5) From Hz. Bureyde (r.a.), the same book p. 293

6- Gabriel descended and told me that Allah the Most High loved four persons from my Companions. They are: Ali, Selman, Abu Zer and Mikdad. (6)

(6) From Abu Bureyde (r.a.) The same book p. 310

7- Ali! My Lord commanded me to instruct you well in the subtleties of religion so that you will comprehend and gain a power that will fill your heart. It was for this that the verse of the Koran “For heeding ears comprehend and protect” (Haqqa, 12) was revealed. And so, it is that you have become the power to heed and comprehend as mentioned in the verse. (7)

(7) Abu Nuaym, Hilye, vol. 1, p. 80

8- The Prophet (a.s.v.) ascended the pulpit and made along speech. Then he asked where the son of Abu Talib Ali was. Ali came up and said: “I am here, the Prophet of Allah!” The Prophet hugged and kissed him on the point between his eyes and said with a lofty voice:

“O the Muslims! He is my brother, my cousin and my son-in-low. He is my flesh, my blood and my hair. He is the father of my two grandsons Hasan and Husayn that are the exalted people of the young dwellers of Paradise. He is the person who drives away the troubles from me. He is the lion of Allah, he is the sword of Allah to His enemies in the world. May the curse of Allah and the curses of those who curse be upon those who feel enmity towards (Hz.) Ali. Whoever is far from Ali is far from Allah and me, whoever wants to be far from Allah and me, let him be far from Ali. Let this make public by you to those who are not present here.” Then he said: “O Ali! Sit down. It is Allah who told and introduced all these about you.”(8)

(8) From Enes b. Malik (r.a.), Abdülbaki Gölpınarlı, Hz. Peygamber ve Oniki Imam, p. 28, Der Publ. 1979, Istanbul

THE SACRED TRADITIONS (Hadith-i Sherif) ABOUT PURE AHLA-L BAYT (The Members of the Prophet’s Family) AND HAZRAT ALI

1- While our dear Prophet (a.s.v) was returning to Madina from the Farewell Pilgrimage, he said near the source of water, named “Gadir-i Hum”, taking Hz. Ali near him:

Hz. Prophet of Allah (s.a.v.) performed the pilgrimage that is known as “Farewell Pilgrimage” in history and accepted as the summary and complement element of his Prophecy on the 10th anniversary of the Emigration. He ordered the Muslims that belonged to the other neighboring tribes to join him and over 100 thousand people gathered in Mecca. Islamic action that started with only man turned out to gather more than 100 people at Pilgrimage in a very short time, in 23 years.

He presented his speech known as Farewell Khutba (sermon) and considered as a general revelation, completed his pilgrimage and set off for Madina. The expedition stopped at Gadir-i Humm near a source of water. He ascended a pulpit set up under a tree at lunchtime, called Hz. Ali near him and made the following speech. “O believers! I am but a human being. The time that the messenger of Allah will come and I will accept him is approaching. I am leaving you two valuable and heavy things. They cannot be separated from each other. As long as you obey them, you will not go astray. First is the Holy Koran, the Book of Allah, this contains instructions and guidance for you and it has Divine light. It is the rope of Allah from the heavens. One who follows it will be rightly guided and he who discards it will go astray. The second thing is the Members of My family (Ahla-l Bait). I warn you about My Ahlal Bayt. I warn you about my Ahla-l Bayt. (1)

O the Muslims! Am I not better than their souls of all Muslims? Therefore, whoever I am the Master of Ali is also his Master. O Lord! Become the friend of those who love Ali and become the enemy of those who feel enmity towards Ali.” (2)

(1) Sahih-i Muslim 2: 325; Thirmizi, H. No: 4036, 4038; I. Hanbeli, Musned, 5:182,189, 3:26

(2) I.Hanbel, Musned, 4:281, Buhari,Tarih, 1.375, I. Mace, Sunen, H.No:116, The writer of Hz. Ali from Beyan Publications says: Over 100 hadith transmitters, commentator on the Koran and historians narrated this hadith by common report.

2- Our dear Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “I am leaving you two things, if you hold fast them, you will never lose your way after me. One of them is greater than the other one. One of them is the Book of Allah and the other is my Ahla-l Bayt. They do not separate from each other. They come to me together at the pond of Kevser. Pay attention, what will you do to these two trusts after me? (3)

(3) From Zayd b. Erkam; Thirmizi, vol.2, p.308

3- Our dear Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “O Ali! (4) You are like the rank of Aaron to Moses to me so that there is no Prophet after me.” (5)

(4) The Leader of Believers Ali (k.v.), the son of Abu Talib, was born in 600 A.D. 23 years before the Emigration, at the Holy Kaaba from Fatimah, the daughter of Hashimi Asad. From Hakim Abu Abdullah, Müstedrek, vol.3,p. 348; Shah Veliyullah Devlevi written in İzzetü’l Hifa that this news was known by public that there was nobody that was born in the Kaaba before and after Hz. Ali

(5) From Esma, Abu said, Malik b. Hasan; Camiul Kebir, Camiussaðir, Buhari, Taberi

4- When I ascended to Meraj, I saw the following on the Door of Paradise: “La ilahe ilallah Muhammedün Resulullah ve eyyetühü bi Ali-There is no god but Allah, Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah, I supported and helped Muhammad with Ali.” (6) From Enes b. Malik (r.a.):

(6) Suyuti, Tefsir, Chapter Isra; Zevahir ül Ukba, p.69

5- On the door of Paradise, two thousand years before the earth and the sky were created, it was written: “La ilahe illallah Muhammedün Resulullah and Ali is the brother of the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.)” (7) From Jabir (r.a.):

(7) From Taberani, Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, trans. by A. Fikri Yavuz, p. 243

6- Our dear Prophet (a.s.v.) says:

“Ali (k.v.) is my brother both in this world and in the next world.” (8)

(8) Feyzü’l kadir, vol.4, p.355, Hadith No: 5589

7- Our dear Prophet (a.s.v.) says:

“I am the house of wisdom and Ali is the door to it.” (9)

(9) Thirmizi, Sahih, vol.2, p.399

8- “I am the city of knowledge. Ali is the gate to it, whoever would like to enter this city should go through the door.” (10) From Hz. İbn-i Abbas:

(10) Hakim-i Nişaburi, Müstedrek, vol. 3, p. 126

9- “Ali! You are my brother both in this world and in the hereafter.” (11) From Hz. Ibn-i Omar:

(11) Thirmizi Menakib, 3722

10- I heard Ali (k.v.) says as follows: “I swear by Allah the Almighty who opens the seeds and creates the living beings: My illiterate Prophet (a.s.v.) guaranteed this matter: I will be loved by believers and disliked by hypocrites.” (12) From Zirr Ibnu Hubeysh:

(12) Kütüb-ü Sitte Muhtasarý, İbrahim Canan, vol. 12, p.468, Hadith No: 4408

11- The Holy Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) says: “Ali! The great Allah has forgiven you and your progeny (generation)!” (13)

(13) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 249

12- I went to visit Hz. Aisha (r.a.) with my aunt and it was asked Aisha: “Which woman is the dearest to the Prophet (a.s.v.)?” He said: “Fatima”. “Among the men?” He said: Fatima’s husband. For as far as I know Ali would fast and perform the prayer very much.” (14) From Cem-i İbnu Umeyr et Teymi:

(14) Kütüb-ü Sitte Muhtasari, İbrahim Canan, vol. 13, p. 42 Hadith No: 4484

13- Our dear Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “Ali (k.v.) is from me and I am from him. Allah the Almighty is the helper of all believers.” (15)

(15) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 244

14- Ali! People are from the two genealogy but I and you are from one genealogy. (16) From Hz. Jabir (r.a.):

(16) Buhari, Muslim

15- When this verse “O the Family of the Prophet! Allah has willed to purify you by removing your sins” (Ahzab, 33) was descended; about six months long, while the Prophet was going to morning prayer, he called at Fatima’s house and said: “The Family of the Prophet! Wake up for morning prayer, Allah has willed to remove your sins and to purify you!” (17) From Hz. Enen (r.a.):

(17) Kütübü Sitte Muhtasari, vol. 13, p. 56, Hadith No: 4495

16- The Prophet of Allah left the house in the morning wearing a black, embroidered woolen cloak. Just at that moment, Hasan came and he put him under the mantle. Then, Husayn came and he put him under the mantle as well. Then Fatima came and he spread the mantle over her too, then Ali came and he put Ali under the cloak as well then he said: “O the Hosehold of the Prophet! Allah wants to remove your sins and purify you.” (Ahzab, 33) (18) From Aisha (r.a.):

(18) The same book, vol. 13, p. 56, Hadith No: 4496

17- The Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “Know that I am leaving you two heavy things. One of them is the book of Allah the Most High. It is the rope of Allah (between His Throne and the sky), he who holds it is rightly guided, he who leaves it goes astray. Second thing is my Ahla-l Bayt. Those who were present there asked Zeyd İbnu Erkam: “Are the women included in Ahla-l Bayt?” He said: “No! I swear by Allah that a woman lives with a man for a while then, her husband divorces him and she turns back to either her father her people. However, the Family of the Prophet is himself and his companions that have been disallowed to accept alms.” (19) From Zeyd İbnu Erkam (r.a.):

(19) The same book, vol. 13, p.57, Hadith No: 4497

18- The Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “But after this, I am commanded to close the doors except the gate of Hz. Ali. Your envoy told what he was supposed to tell. I swear by Allah that I did not open or close anything by myself. I only obeyed what I am ordered to do.” (20) From Hz. Zayd b. Erkam (r.a.):

(20) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musnad.

19- The Holy Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “Ali is the most favorable of people. He who suspects him has denied the blessing.” (21)

(21) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 245

20- The Prophet said: Ali is the best of human beings. He who turns away from him is considered to have cursed on blessing. (22) From Hz. Jabir (r.a.):

(22) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 246

21- While I was at the door of the Prophet (a.s.v.), the following verse was descended: “O Ahla-l Bayt! Allah wants to remove your sins and purify you.” (Ahzab, 33) There was the Prophet (a.s.v.), Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husayn. He spread a mantle over them and said: “My God! These are the people of my house. Remove their sins and purify them!” I asked: “O the Prophet of Allah! Am I not of the People of the House?” He said: “You too shall come to a good end as you are the wife of the Prophet.” (23) From our Mother Ummu Salama:

(23) Kütüb-ü Sitte Muhtasarı, vol. 13, p. 54, Hadith No: 4494

22- The Prophet said: “Love Allah because He feeds you with His blessings. Love me because Allah loves me and love My Ahla-l Bayt because I love them.” (24) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(24) Kütüb-i Sitte Muhrasarı, vol. 13, p. 52, Hadith No: 4492

23- Our dear Prophet says: “Ali is the leader of the faithful and the murderer of the infidel. He that helps him is helped by Allah. He who injures him cannot get the help of Allah. The help of Allah is cut off from whom that injures him.” (25)

(25) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p.246

24- I and Ali are the proof of Allah on the servants of Allah.” (26)

(26) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 246

25- “I am the servant of Allah and the brother of Hz. Prophet. I am the greatest faithful. Whoever tells that he is the greatest faithful after me is a liar. I performed my prayer seven years earlier than other human beings.” (27) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(27) Kütüb-ü Sitte Muhtasari, vol. 16, p. 516, Hadith No: 6021

26- “The prophet (a.s.v.) said: Whoever loves Hasan and Husayn has certainly loved me. Whoever hates Hasan and Husayn has surely hated me.” (28) From Hz. Abu Hurayra:

(28) Kütüb-i Sitte Muhtasari, vol. 16, p.519, Hadith No: 6029

27- A group of Companions went to a dinner that the Prophet was invited together with him. They met Husayn on the way and he was playing with children. Ya’la says: “The Prophet (a.s.v.) opened his arms and tied to catch Husayn. Husayn was running. When he caught him, he put one of his hands under his chin, the other on his neck and kissed him. He said: “Husayn is from me and I am from Husayn. Whoever loves Husayn, may Allah love him! Husayn is a grandson of my grandsons.”(29) From Ya’la Ibnu Mürre:

(29) Kütüb-i Sitte Muhtasari, vol. 16, p. 519, Hadith No: 6025

28- The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) says:

“I and this (Ali k.v.) are proofs (mediator) on my people on the Day of Resurrection.” (30) From. Hz. Enes (r.a.):

(30) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 247

29- Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “The best of my brothers is Hz. Ali and the best of my uncles is Hz. Hamza (r.a.).” (31) From Hz. Abis İbn-i Rabia:

(31) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 247

30- “What do you want from Ali? What do you want from Ali? What do you want from Ali? To tell the truth, Ali is from Me and I am from Him. He is the guardian (Saint) of all the believers after me.” (32) From Hz. Imran İbn-i Husayn:

(32) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 248

31- “O People! Do not complain about Ali! I swear by Allah, he is very just in the Person of Allah (or he is very stern in the path of Allah).” (33) From Hz. Abu said:

(33) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi p. 248

32- “Be happy, Ali! Your life and your death are with me!” (34) From Hz. İbn-i Kani:

34- Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 248

33- “Ali! A believer does not hate you and a hypocrite does not like you!” (35) From our Mother Ummu Salama:

(35) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 248

34- “Shall I tell you the most rebellious of all men? The first is Uhaymir (red faced man) that killed the camel from Samud Tribe. The other is the one who will hit you (your head) Ali! This place of yours will be wet from the blood that you will shed.” (36) From Ammar bin Yasir:

(36) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 249

35- The Prophet (a.s.v.) was sitting among the Companions at the mosque. Meanwhile Ali entered. He looked for a seat but he could not find. The Prophet was looking at the faces of the Companions to see who will give him a place to sit. Hz. Abu Baqir who was sitting on the right side of the Prophet called: “Abu Hasan! Come and sit here!” Ali sat between Abu Baqir (r.a.) and Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.). Suddenly the face of our Prophet shone and he said turning to Abu Baqir: “O Abu Baqir! The great knows the value of the great.” (37) From Enes (r.a.):

(37) Hadislerle Müslümanlık p. 1048

36- Amir b. Sa’d Ebi Vakkas is transmitting from his father: Muaviyah b. Ebi Sufyan ordered Sa’d to curse Hz. Ali (k.v.). When he did not curse on him, he asked: “What made you not to curse Ali?” Sa’d answered: “The Prophet of Allah said three things about Ali that if I have even one of these qualities, it is better than owning a flock of red-haired camels. As long as I remember them, I cannot curse him. They are:

1. When the Koran was revealed, the Prophet called Ali, his two sons and Fatima and he spread a cloak over them and said: “O Lord! They are my family, the members of my house (Ahla-l Bayt)

2. When he went on a war, Ali said to him: “You left me with children and women!” Thereupon, he said: “Will you not like at my sight the rank of what Aaron obtains the rank at Mose’s sight? However, there will be no Prophet after me.” Therefore, when I remember this I never curse on him.

3. On the eve of the Battle of Khaibar, the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) said: I shall offer this standard to a person who loves Allah and His Messenger and by whose hand Allah will grant victory upon us.” All of us waited excitingly. Then he enquired about Ali. He was told that he had sore eyes. Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) asked people to send for him. When he came, the Prophet (a.s.v.) put his holy saliva in his eyes and prayed for him. He was cured of his eyesore. He handed over the standard to him and Allah bestowed victory through him.

After this, muaviyah could not say anything about Hz. Ali (k.v.) until he left Madina. (38) From Amir b. Sa’d Ebi Vakkas and he also heard it from his father:

(38) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, p. 1049-1050

37- Husayn b. Sebre and Amr b. Muslim went to visit Zayd b. Erkam (r.a.).

They asked Zayd to tell them what they heard from the Prophet (a.s.v.). Zayd said: “One day, the Prophet made us a speech at the place called as “Humma” between Mecca and Madina. He praised Allah. He gave us some advice and said the following after reminding us some certain things:

“I am a man like you are. The day that I will embrace My Lord has approached. I am leaving you two things: One of them is the Book of Allah that it has guidance and divine light in it. Protect it and hold it fast.” After encouraging the interest and desire towards the Glorious Koran he said: “The second thing is my Ahla-l Bayt and continued repeating twice: “Do not forget that Allah will be your witness about how you treat my Ahla-l Bayt! Do not forget that Allah will be your witness about how you treat my Ahla-l Bayt!”

Husayn asked: “Zayd, who are the members of the House of the Prophet? Are his wives from Ahla-l Bayt as well?” Zayd answered: Yes, women are also from his Ahla-l Bayt but Ahla-l Bayt are the persons for whom alms and zakat are forbidden.” Husayn asked: “Who are they?” Zayd: “They are the descendants of Hz. Ali, Abbas, Jafar and Akil.” Husayn asked: “Is alms forbidden for all of them?” Zayd said that it was. (39) From Husayn b. Sebre and Amr b. Muslim:

(39) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, p. 1044-1045

38- The Holy Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) said: “Sit down, O Abu Turab!”

(Abu Turab is the nickname of Hz. Ali (k.v.) given to him by the Prophet (a.s.v.) himself.) (40) From Sehl b. Sa’d:

(40) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 249

39- The Holy prophet (a.s.v.) says: “Remembering Ali is worship.” (41)

(41) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 250

40- The Holy Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “The hypocrite does not like Ali. Believers do not feel enmity towards Ali.” (42) From Our mother Ummu Salama:

(42) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 250

41- The first person who performed prayer with the Prophet (a.s.v.) is Ali (k.v.)

The first person who accepted Islam is Ali bin Ebi Talib (k.v.). (43) From Zayd b. Erkam, Ibn Abbas, Bureyde, Malik bin el-Huveyris, Abu Rafi and Anas b. Malik (r.a.):

(43) Thirmizi, Tuhfe 10, 238; Ahmed b. Hanbel, 4, 368-371; Ibn-i Sa’d, 3, 21; Nesai, H. 2-3-4

42- The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) said on the Day of Khaybar: “Tomorrow I will offer this standard to a man by whose hand Allah will grant victory. He loves Allah and His Messenger and Allah and His Messenger loves him.”

When it was morning, they went to the Prophet early. They all expected to be given the standard. He enquired: “Where is Ali the son of Abu Talib?” They said that he had sore eyes. He told them to send Ali near him so Ali came. The messenger of Allah put his holy saliva on his eyes and prayed for him. He got better soon and felt well as if he had no pain. He gave him the standard and Ali said: “O the Prophet of Allah! Shall we fight against them until they are like us?” The Prophet said: “Do not hurry! Firs of all, go to their fields, then invite them to Islam and tell them what they should do by Allah. Surely it is better for you that Allah guides a man through your help than having flocks of red-haired camels.” (44) From Sehel b. Sa’d (r.a.):

(Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 15-16, H. 16

43- Hasan, the son of Ali, wearing a black turban on his head assembled people and said: “You killed a person yesterday that the former had never reached and the latter will never reach his rank and about whom the Prophet said: “Tomorrow I will offer the standard to a man who loves Allah and His Prophet and who is loved by Allah and the Prophet. Gabriel will fight on his right and Michael will fight on his left. The standard will not be taken back from him until Allah will grant the conquest of Khaibar through him.” He conquered Khaibar. He did not have any dinars and dirhems, except 900 dinar, with which he could by a servant for his family. He spent all his money on the path of Allah. (45) From Hubeyre bin Yerim:

(45) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p.21-22, H. 22

44- The Holy Prophet of Allah said (a.s.v.):

“O the People of Quraysh! By Allah, He will send a man among you whose heart is tested for faith. He will cut off the necks of some of you.” Omar asked if it was himself and the Prophet said that it was not him but he was the person who was mending his shoes. At that moment, he was having Ali mend his shoes. (46) From Mansur, Mansur from Rib and Rib from Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(46) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 40, H. 41

45- The Prophet of Allah ordered to close all the doors of mosque except the door of Hz. Ali (k.v.). (47) From Abu Belec, Belec from Amr. B. Meymun and he had narrated it from Ibn. Abbas (r.a.):

(47) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p.42, H. 44

46- The Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “You are according to my sight like at the rank of Aaron at Moses’ sight.” (48) From Yahya bin Said, he got it from Said bin el Museyyeb, he got it from Said bin ebi Vakkas (r.a.):

(48) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 42, H. 44

47- A group of envoys from Nejran Christians came near our Prophet (a.s.v.). They claimed that Hz. Jesus was God. Our Prophet (a.s.v.) said to them: “Let us gather our members of family and pray. Let us wish the curse of Allah be upon the liars. Hz. prophet called Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husayn (May peace be upon them!). He wanted them to say amen after the pray he will make. He prayed and said: “My God! My Ahla-l Bayt are these.” The people from Nejran were frightened that it would be a bad end for them so they all left.

The following verse was descended due to this:

“Those that dispute with you concerning Jesus after the knowledge you have received, say: ‘Come let us gather our sons and your sons, our wives and your wives, our people and your people. We will then pray and call down the curse of God on every liar (The Imrans, 61).” (49) From Amir b. Sa’d Ebi Vakkas and he narrated it from his father:

(439) Hadislerle Müslümanlýk, Ahmed bin. Hanbel, Musned, Muslim, Thirmizi

48- The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) said: “There is no doubt that Ali is from me and I am from Ali. He is the guardian of each believer after me.” (50) From Mutarrif bin Abdullah, he got it from Imran bin Husayn (r.a.):

(50) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 58, H. 65

49- I heard the Prophet (a.s.v.) saying: “Ali is from me and I am from Ali.” (51) From Yahya bin Adem, he from Israel and he from Abu Ishak and he narrated from Hubºi bin Cunadeti’s Seluli:

(51) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 59, H. 66

50- Hz. Prophet said to Ali: “You are from Me and I am from You.” (52) From Ubeydullah, he from Israel, he from Abu Ishak and he from Bera bin Azib (r.a.):

(52) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai,p. 59 H. 67

51- The Holy Prophet (a.s.v.) said to Ali: “You have the rank of Aaron at my sight. I am from you.” He aid to Jafer: “You looked like my nature and morality.” (53) From El Kasım el-Cermi, he from Israel, he from Abu Ishak and he from Hubeyre bin Yerim and Hani bin Hani. Both of them are from Ali (k.v.):

(53) Hadislerle Hz. Ali, Nesai, p. 60, H. 68

52- Our Dear Prophet (a.s.v.) says: “Ali! You are a “Sayyid” both in this world and in the next world.” (54)

(54) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi p. 250

53- “Ali! Glad tidings to the person who loves you and who confirms you! Woe to those who dislike you and do not believe you!” (55) From Ammar bin Yasir (r.a.):

(55) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi p. 250

54- The Prophet (a.s.v.): “Ali is the way that causes the sins to be forgiven (you should follow his way). The person that follows this path becomes a believer, and that leaves it becomes a disbeliever.” (56)

(56) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 251

55- A man came and asked my father: “Who is the person that the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) loves most among people? He answered: “Fatima among women and Ali among men.” (57) From Abdullah bin Ata and Ibni Burayra (r.a.):

(57) Thirmizi, vol. 10, p. 370, Tuhfe; Nesai, Hadislerle Hz. Ali:

56- “O Ali! You are like the Kaaba.” (58)

(58) Munavi, Kunuz ul Hakaik, p. 188

57- “Ali is with the Koran, the Koran is also with Ali. They cannot be separated from each other until they come to me at the pond in paradise.” (59) From our Mother Ummu Salama:

(59) Taberani, Mucemu’s-Sağir

58- “Ali is from me and I am from Ali. Nobody can apply the truth and obligations except Ali and me.” (60) From Hz. Habeşi:

(60) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musned

59- “Ali! Nobody is allowed to sit next to that mosque except me and you.” (61) From Hz. Abu Said:

(61) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p.254

60- “It is not proper to sit near this mosque except Me or Ali.” (62) From our Mother Ummu Salama:

(62) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 254

61- “O Ali! You have the nature of Jesus. The Jews disliked him and they even blamed his mother. The Christians liked him and they even descended him to a rank that he did not have (to be the son of Allah).” (63) From Hz. Ali:

(63) Bukhari and Muslim

62- “At my sight, Ali is like my head on my body.” (64) From Hz. Ibn-i Abbas

(64) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

63- “There three people who exceeded others in faith:

1. Yusha ibni Nun was the first person to believe in Hz. Moses

2. Sahibi Yasin (Habin-i Neccar) was the first person to believe in Hz. Jesus

3. Ali was the first person to believe in Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) (65) From Hz. Ibn-i Abbas:

(65) Suyuti, Cami ul Kebir

64- “There are three most faithful people:

1. Hizkil, a believer from the Family of Pharaoh

2. Habibu’n Neccar, the owner of Yusha Family

3. Ali, the son of Abu Talib (k.v.)” (66) From Hz. Ibn-i Abbas:

(66) Suyuti, Camiussagir

65- There are three faithful (Siddiq):

1. Habibu’n Neccar, a believer from the Family of Yasin and he said: “My People! Have faith in the true messengers that Hz. Jesus sent.”

2. Hizkil, a believer from the family of Pharaoh and he said: “Will you kill a man (Moses a.s.) because he said: ‘My Lord is Allah’?”

3. The third of them is Hz. Ali and he is the most virtuous of them.” (67) From Hz. Abu Leyla:

(67) Suyuti, Camiussagir

66- The Prophet (s.a.v.) sent the letter of privilege with Hz. Abu Baqir. Then he called him and said: “A person from my Ahla-l Bait is suitable to reveal it” and thereupon he called Ali and gave the letter of privilege to him. (68) From Simak b. Harb and he narrated it from Anas (r.a.):

(68) Thirmizi, 485, Tuhfe; Ahmed bin Hanbel, vol 3 p. 212

67- “Of whom I am the guardian, Ali is also his Guardian!” (69) From Sa’d bin Ubeyde, he got it from Ibn-i Bureyde and he narrated from his father:

(69) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musned, 5, 350, 358, 361; Ibn Ebi Asim, 1354

68- “Bureyde! Am I not better than their souls for believers?”

I said: “Yes, the Messenger of Allah!”

“Of whom I am the Master, Ali is also his Master!” (70) From Ibn-i Abbas, he narrated from Bureyde:

(70) Ahmed bin Hanbel, 5, 3247; el Hakim, 3, 110

69- I entered near Ummu Salama, she said: “Can any of you swear at the Prophet (a.s.v)?” I said: “Suphanallah or Maazallah- Glory be to God or God Forbid!” He said: “I heard the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v) saying: Whoever swears at Ali swears at me.” (71) From Abu Abdullah el-Cedeli:

(71) Ahmed bin Hanbel, vol. 6, p.323; El-Hakim, vol.3, p.121

70- “AbuBaqir went near the Prophet after getting permission. He heard Aisha saying with a loud voice: “I know that you like Ali more than me!” He said after bended down in order to spank her when he heard this: “O the daughter whomsoever! I see that you make your voice louder towards the Prophet.” The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) stopped him by holding him and Abu Baqir (r.a.) left there angrily. The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) said: “O Aisha! did you see how I rescued you from the man (your father)? (72) Nu’man b. Beshir (r.a.):

(72) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musned, vol.4, p.271-5; Abu Davud, 4999, Bezzar, Musnad, vol. 3, p. 194-5

71- Fatima (r.a.) came walking that looked like the walking of the Prophet (s.a.v.). The Prophet (a.s.v.) greeted her and he made her sit next to his right (or left). Then he told her something secret. She cried. Afterwards, he told her something else more secret thing and she smiled. When I asked her what it was, she said: “He said to my ear secretly: ‘Gabriel comes once every year and we recite the Koran together. This year he has come twice and we recited the Koran: You are the first person to meet me from my Family after my death. How happy I am that I will die before you!’ I cried because of this. Then he said: ‘Will you not be pleased to be the greatest women of all believing women or this Umma?’ When he said this, I became happy and I smiled on account of this.” (73) From Mesruk, he got it from our Mother Aisha:

(73) Bukhari, vol. 2, p. 79-80, Feth: Muslim, vol. 16, p.5, El-Hakim, vol.3, p.156, Nesai, H. 128

72- “Fatima is a part of me. Whatever is hard for her is hard for me too. Whoever injures her injures me. Whoever hurts the Prophet practises unbelief. (his deeds are in vain)” (74) From Ibn Ebi Muleyke, Misver b. Mahreme:

(74) Bukhari, vol.7, p. 105, Feth: Muslim, vol.16, p.2, Nevevi Abu Davud, vol. 6 p. 80-81, Avnu’l Ma’bud, Thirmizi, vol.1, p.319, Ahmed bin Hanbel, vol 4 p.328, Nesai H. 130

73- “Ali! Be careful! You will suffer hardship after me.” Hz. Ali asked: “Is it because of the safety of my religion?” Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) said that it was. (75) From Ibni Abbas:

(75) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

74- Allah the Almighty became friends with me like He did with Hz. Abraham. My castle is opposite to the castle of Hz. Abraham at Paradise. The castle of Ali the son of Abu Talib (k.v.) is between my castle and Hz. Abraham’s castle. Ali is the beloved between two friends.” (76) From Huzeyfe (r.a.):

(76) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

75- When the Resurrection Day comes, a red dome will be set up on the right side of the Throne for me and a green dome will be set up for Abraham (a.s.v.) on the left side of the Throne. A dome from white pearl will be built for Ali the son of Abu Talib between us. What do you think about the beloved between two friends?” (77) From Huzeyfe (r.a.):

(77) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

76- “When the Resurrection Day comes, I will be called from the center of the Throne: “O the Prophet! Your father Abraham is such a good father and your brother Ali is also such a good brother.” (78) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(78) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

77- “O amr! Shall I show you the planet of paradise that eats meals, drinks water and walks in the streets? What you see is the planet of the Paradise. (Hz. Prophet pointed the son of Abu Talib, Ali)” (79) From Amr Ibn-i Hamk:

(79) Taberani, Mucemul Kebir

78- “Looking at Ali’s face is worship!” (80) From Aziziye:

(80) Aziziye, vol. 3, p. 417

79- “Looking at Hz. Ali is worship.” (81) From Ibn-i Mesud:

(81) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

80- “Whoever would look like to seek knowledge of Adam, the understanding of Hz. Noah and the good morality of Hz. Abraham (a.s.) should look at the son of Abu Talib, Ali (k.v.).” (82) From Abu Nuaym:

(82) Suyuti, Camü’l Kebir

81- “The truth (Haq) is together with him (Hz. Ali), the truth is with him.” (83) From Ebu Said:

(83) Suyuti, Camu’l Kebir

82- “He who loves Ali surely loves me. He who loves me loves Allah.”

“He who dislikes Ali dislikes me. He who dislikes me dislikes Allah.” (84) From Abu Salama (r.a.):

(84) Taberani, Mu’cemül Kebir

83- “Ali! He who loves you loves me and he who dislikes you dislikes me.” (85) From Selman:

(85) Taberani, Mu’cemül Kebir

84- “He who loves Ali has certainly loved me and he who hates Ali has certainly hated me.” (86) From Aziziye:

(86) Aziziye, vol.3, p. 318

85- “He who loves you has loved you because he loves me. A servant is deserved my friendship only through loving you.” (87) From Ibn-i Abbas:

(87) Deylemi, Musned’ül Firdevs

86- “To loves Ali removes sins like the fire endeavor wood.” (88) From Ibn-i Abbas:

(88) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

87- “He who would like to live my life, to die with my death and to have peace in the Paradise of Huld, whose saplings my God planted with His power, must be a friend of Ali because He never misguides you and leads you astray.” (89) From Abu Nuaym:

(89) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

88- “To love Ali means to get rid of hypocrisy.” (90) From Kunuz:

(90) Deylemi, Musned’ul Firdevs

89- “To love Ali means to be released from the Fire.” (91) From Kunuz

(91) Deylemi, Musned’ul Firdevs

90- “To love Ali is a good quality. The sin does not do any harm with this quality. (The person that has this quality does not harm anybody.)” (92) From Kunuz:

(92) Deylemi, Musned’ül Firdevs

91- “Ali is the door of knowledge. He is the person who declares what I have brought from Allah to my people after me. To love him means to have faith. To dislike him is insincerity and to look at him means affection.” (93) From Abu Zar (r.a.):

(93) Deylemi, Musned’ul Firdevs

92- “The glory of the page of a believer is to love Ali the son of Abu Talib.” (94) From Enes (r.a.):

(94) Deylemi, Musned’ul Firdevs

93- “He who would like to live as I live, die as I die and enter the Paradise that my Lord promised me, whose saplings He planted with His powerful hands and it is called as the Huld Heaven, must make Ali and my descendants after him a friend. For they never take you out of the door of guidance and enter you the door of astray.” (95) From Ziyad (r.a.):

(95) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

94- “Let Allah be enemy to those who feels enmity towards Ali (k.v.)!” (96) From Rafi (r.a.):

(96) Suyuti, Camiu’s Sagir

95- “He who tortures Ali has tortured me.” (97) Amr Ibn-i Şas:

(97) Ahmed b. Hanbel, Musned

96- “He who swear at Ali has sworn at me. He who has sworn at me has sworn at Allah.” (98) From our Mother Ummu Salama:

(98) Hakim el Mustedrek

97- “He who has separated from Ali has separated from me. He who leaves me has left Allah.” (99) From Ibn-i Omar (r.a.):

(99) Taberani, Camiu’l Kebir

98- “Ali! He who separated from you has left me and he who leaves me is considered to have left Allah.” (100) From Abu Zar:

(100) Hakim, el Mustedrek

99- “Ali! He who leaves me leaves Allah. He who has left you is considered to have left me.” (101) From Abu Zar (r.a.):

(101) Hakim el Mustedrek

100- “Surely, my people (Ummah) will treat you unjustly after me. Yet, you will live upon my religion and will die upon my Sunnah. He who loves you has loved me. He who disliked you has disliked me. This place (your beard) will be blooded (with the blood that will shed from your head). (He points that he will be martyred).” (102) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(102) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

101- “If Allah puts the love of Ali into the heart of a believer and if he continues with it, Allah the Almighty will have his feet fixed on the bridge Sirat on the Resurrection Day.” (103) From Muhammad Ibn-i Ali (r.a.):

(103) Suyuti Camiu’l Kebir

102- “Ali will shine in the paradise just like the morning star emits light to the people on the earth.” (104) From Anas (r.a.):

(104) Deylemi, Musnedul Firdevs

103- “Hz. Ali is the head of believers but property is the head of the hypocrites.” (105) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(105) İbni Adiyy, Kamil

104- “Ali pays my debt.” (106) From Hz. Anas (r.a.):

(106) Suyuti, Camiussagir

105- “Ali! You will wash my dead body, will pay my debt, bury me and you are the owner of my banner both in this world and in the next world.” (107) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(107) Deylemi, Musned’ül Firdevs

106- “Ali! In a short time, a wild group will have fighting with you. You are on the true path. He who does not help you on that day is not from me.” (108) From Ammar bin Yasir (r.a.):

(108) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

107- “Hz. Abu Baqir (r.a.) said: ‘Seek Hz. Muhammad (a.s.v.) in his Ahla-l Bayt.’ ” (109) From Ibn Omar (r.a.):

(109) Buhari, Fezailu’l Ashab, 12, 22

108- “Ali! Your hand is in my hand. On the Resurrection Day, you will enter the place where I will enter with me.” (110) From Hz. Omar (r.a.):

(110) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

109- “Abu Talib’s son Ali (k.v.) is the person who knows Allah the Most High best and he is the greatest of people to love and respect the people that say “La ilahe illallah”. (111) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(111) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

110- “The scholar of my Ummah (people) after me is Ali, the son of Abu Talib.” (112) From Selman (r.a.):

(112) Deylemi, Musnedü’l Firdevs

111- “Ali! You will explain the matter on which my people will have disputes after me.” (113) From Anas (r.a.):

(113) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

112- “When I was ascended to Heavens, I entered the paradise and I saw that it was written on the Throne: “La ilahe illallah Muhammedun Resullullah. I strengthened him with Ali (k.v.) and I gave him the victory with Ali (k.v.)” (114) From Ebu’l Hamra:

(114) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

113- “If the skies and the earth were put on a scale and if the faith of Hz. Ali (k.v.) were put on the other scale, Ali’s faith would weigh heavier.” (115) From Ibni Omar (r.a.):

(115) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

114- “2000 years before the Skies and Earth were created, it was written on the Door of the Paradise: “La ilahe illallah Muhammadün Resulullah- There is no God but Allah and Muhammad Aleyhisselam is the Messenger of Allah. I strengthened him with Hz. Ali (k.v.).” (116) From Jabir (r.a.):

(114)Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

115- “When I was ascended Meraj, I saw that it was written on the Throne:” There is no doubt that I am Allah. There is no god except Me. I created Adn Heaven with My power. Muhammad (A.S.) is the elected of My creatures. I strengthened him with Ali (k.v.) and I bestowed on him victory with Ali (k.v.).” (117) From Abu’l Hamra (r.a.):

(117) Suyuti, Cami’ul Kebir

116- “It is written on the Door of Heaven that “La ilahe illallah Muhammedun Resullulah! Ali is the brother of the Prophet of Allah.’ This was written 2000 thousand years ago before skies and earth were created.” (118) From Jabir (r.a.):

(118) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

117- “It is true that he is the first person to have faith in me and to shake hands with me on the Resurrection day. He is “The greatest faithful”. He is Faruk- He is the one who discriminates before right and wrong. Hz. Ali is the Chief of believers. Property is the chief of the property.” (119) From Selman (r.a.):

(119) Taberani, Mu’cemü’l Kebir

118- “This man (Hz. Ali exceeded you (Abbas) in Emigration.” (120) From Usame (r.a.):

(120) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

119- “How happy you are! I am the Master of the sons of Adam. You are (Ali and Abbas r.a.) are the Masters of Arab.” (121) Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(121) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

120- “I advise you to help Hz. Ali and Hz. Abbas r.a.. Whoever helps them and protects them is given divine Light by Allah the Almighty and he comes to me whit it on the Resurrection Day.” (122) From Ibni Abbas r.a.:

(122) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

121- “I am the master of the sons of Adam (a.s.). Hz. Ali (k.v.) is the master of Arab.” (123) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(123) Dare Kutni

122- “Anas, go and call me the Master of Arab!”

Hz. Aisha asked: “Are you not the Master of Arab?”

Hz. Prophet (a.s.) answered: “I am the Master of the sons of Adam and Ali is the Master of Arab.”

When Hz. Ali, arrived, the Prophet of Allah said: “O the Ansar community! I will show you such a person that if you follow him, you will not go astray. This person is Ali. Then, love him for your love towards me and offer him for your respect and service to me because Gabriel commanded this to me from Allah the Most High.” (124) From Sayyid Hz. Hasan (r.a.):

(124) Taberani, Mucemu’l Kebir

123- “ Aisha, If you want to see the Master of Arab, look at Abu Talib’s son Ali (k.v.).” Hz. Aisha asked: “O the Prophet of Allah, are you not the Master of Arab?” Hz. Prophet (a.s.) said: “I am the Imam of the Muslims and Master of the pious. If you like to look at the master of Arab, look at the Master of Arab.” (125) From Salam Ibni Kuheyl (r.a.):

(125) Salama Ibni Kuheyl (r.a.)

124- “Ali! I wanted five things for you from Allah. He gave me four of them except one. I wanted from Allah to gather my people upon you but He did not let it be. He gave permission of these things for you: On the Resurrection Day, I am the first person that will be given a seat and you are with me. You will hold the banner of Liva-i Hamd. You will carry it in front of me and pass the former and the latter with it. He also said you are the Guardian of Believers after me.” (126) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(126) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

125- “Ali! Allah the Almighty embellished you with such a thing that the no servants of Allah have been embellished with a more valuable decoration than that. It is the decoration of the pious people at the sight of Allah. It is the restraining from the worldly benefits. You cannot decrease anything from the benefit of the world and the world cannot decrease anything (any value) from you. Allah bestowed on you the love of the poor. You will be consented with them if they love you and they will be consented to you if they accept you as an Imam.” (127) From Ammar bin Yasir (r.a.):

(127) Nuhari, Edebü’l Mufred

126- “Ali! Same as I fight for the descending of the Koran, there will be some people that will fight for the explanation of the Koran.” They asked if they were Abu Baqir and Omar and Hz. Prophet said that they were not but the person who will fight is Hz. Ali, the repairer of shoes.” (128) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(128) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

127- “By Allah, in whose hands is my soul that I fight against the polytheists for the revelation of the Koran. One of you will fight against the people on the explanation of the Koran. The people will witness that there is no god but Allah and killing them will be a great event for people. They will even bayonet the Friend of Allah (Hz. Ali k.v.) and they will get angry with him as they did with Moses about a hole on the ship done by Khidhir, the murder of the child and the rebuilding of the wall. They are all done with the consent of Allah.” (129) From Abu Zar:

(129) Deylemi, Musnedü’l Firdevs

128- “Whoever I am the friend of Ali (k.v.) is also his friend. My God, help those who are a friend of him and show enmity to those who show enmity to him.” (130) From Hz. Anas r.a.):

(130) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

129- “Whoever I am the friend of Ali (k.v.) is also his friend. My God! Help him who shows him friendship and show enmity to him who show him enmity. Bestow victory on the person who helps him and help him who helps him.” (131) From Zayd bin Erkam (r.a.):

(131) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

130- “Leave Ali! (He repeated this thrice), Ali is from me and I am from him. He is the guardian of each believer after me.” (132) From Umran bin Husayn (r.a.):

(132) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musned

131- “Ali (k.v.) is from me and I am from him. He is the guardian of every believer.” (133) Imran bin Husayn r.a.:

(133) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

132- “Whoever Allah and the Prophet is a friend, Ali is also a friend of him. My God, Treat well the person who is a friend of him and perish the one who is an enemy of him. My God, be a friend to the person who is a friend of Ali and be an enemy to his enemies. I can trust nobody except Ali after the two pious persons. Therefore, my God, give him the Paradise!” (134) From Cerir r.a.:

(134) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

133- “Ali’ I am superior to you with my apostleship and there is no prophethood after me. You are superior to people with seven qualities that nobody from Quraysh can object to them:

1. You are the first person to believe in Allah

2. You are the most faithful person. (You keep your word with Allah)

3. You strongly obey the commands of Allah more than other people do.

4. You are the smartest of them.

5. You are the most just about Tebaa.

6. You give the most right decisions.

7. You are the greatest concerning good qualities at the sight of Allah.” (135) From Hz. Muaz (r.a.):

(135) Abu Nuaym

134- “Bureyde! Ali (k.v.) is your guardian after me. Therefore, love Ali because he does what he is ordered.” (136) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(136) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

135- “Bureyde! Am I not more deserving and better to believers than themselves? Whoever I am a friend of Ali is also his friend.” (137) From Bureyde (r.a.):

(137) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

136- “My God! Whoever I am the Master Ali is also his master. My God, help those who are friendly to him; perish those who feel enmity towards him; enable victory to those who help him and help him who protects him.” (138) From Habeshi (r.a.):

(138) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

137- “Let him who believes me and confirms me accept Ali as his guardian because his sainthood is my sainthood and my sainthood is the sainthood of Allah.” (139) From Ammar bin Yasir (r.a.):

(139) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

138- “My God, help him (Ali) and help others with Ali. Show mercy to him and show mercy others with him! Give him victory and give victory with him. My God, help him who is a friend of him and perish him who shows enmity to him.” (140) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(140) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

139- “Be careful, Allah is my helper and I am the helper of each believer. Whoever I am the helper of Allah is also his helper.” (141) From Zayd Bin Erkam (r.a.):

(141) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

140- “I advise those who have faith in me and confirm me Abu Talib’s son Ali’s guardianship. He who accepts him as his guardian has certainly accepted me as his guardian. He who accepts me as

141- “Surely, my heir, the owner of my secret, the most favorable of those after me and he who will fulfill my promise and pay my debt is Abu Talib’s son Ali (k.v.).” (143) From Selman (r.a.):

(143) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

142- “My God, You had taken from me Ubeyde Ibni’l haris on the day of Badr Battle and Hamza Ibni Abdulmuttalib on the Day of Uhud Battle. That is Ali! Do not leave me alone. You are the best of the heirs.” (144) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(144) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

143- “My God! Help him who helps Ali! My God, show him favor who shows favor Ali. My God, perish him who tortures Ali!” (145) From Amr Ibni Shurahbil (r.a.):

(145) Taberani, Mu’cemu-ul Kebir

144- “When I was ascended to Meraj, I arrived at my Lord (the Majesty) He told me His will about Ali with three good qualities:

1. He is the Gentleman of Muslims

2. He is the Friend of the pious

3. He is the commander of those whose foreheads and arms are marked with white (the elected).” (146) From Ibni Neccar (r.a.):

(146) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

145- “When I rose to Heaven, I was taken to a palace of diamond. Its bed was of shining gold. My Lord revealed me three good qualities about Ali:

1. He is the Gentleman of Muslims

2. He is the Leader (Imam) of the pious

3. He is the commander of (the elected) those whose foreheads and arms are marked with white.” (147) From Ibni Kani (r.a.):

(147) Bezzar, Musnad, Hakim al Mustadrak

146- “Greetings, O Ali, who is the Gentleman of Muslims and the imam of the pious!” (148) From Ibni Omar (r.a.):

(148) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

147- “Ali, Am I not making you pleased? You are my brother and my deputy. You pay my debt and you fulfill my promise and take the burden away from me. The person who loves you while I live has surely done his duty. After me, while you live, let Allah take the soul of the person who loves you as a faithful person and in protection. After me, let Allah make him who loves you although who has not seen you die faithfully and safely and may He protect him on the Day of the Resurrection. The person who dies while he hates you has died in a kind of death of ignorance and Allah asks him his deeds in Islam.” (149) From Ibni Omar (r.a.):

(149) Taberani Mu’cemu’l Kebir

148- “Do not talk about Ali too much because he is from me and I am from him. He is your guardian (saint) after me.” (150) From Abdullah Ibni Bureyde (r.a.):

(150) Ahmed bin Hanbel

149- “Nobody except Ali and me pays his debt.” (151) From Habeshi (r.a.):

(151) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

150- “Do not say this, he (Hz. Ali (k.v.) is the best of people after me.” (152) From Vehb Ibni Cemre (r.a.):

(152) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

151- “Fatima is dearer to me than you are, Ali (k.v.) and you are more beloved than her.” (153) From Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(153) Taberani, Mucemus Sagir

152- “My daughter, I love you because you are my child but Ali is dearer for me than you are.” (154) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(154) Taberani, Mucemul Kebir

153- “My daughter, be silent, I wedded you to Ali, the one who is the dearest to me from my Ahla-l Bayt.” (155) From Asma (r.a.):

(155) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

154- “May Allah bestow blessings on them and bless them (Hz. Fatima and Hz. Ali (k.v.). May He bestow blessings on their generation (descendants).” (156) From Bureyde (r.a.):

(156) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

155- “My daughter, do you not know that Hz. Allah the Almighty looked at the people on the earth and He chose your father among them, then, He sent him as a Prophet. Later, he looked at them for the second time and He chose your husband (Hz. Ali k.v.). Afterwards Allah sent a revelation to me and I wedded you to him and I made him my inheritor.” (157) From Abu Ayyub (r.a.):

(157) Taberani, Mu’cemu’ul Kebir

156- “My daughter, will you not consent to me that I wedded you to a man who was the first to accept Islam among my people, who is the most scholar, who is the greatest concerning his mild character.” (158) From Ma’kil Ibni Yesar r.a.:

(158) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musned

157- “My daughter, will you not be pleased that I wedded you to the first Muslim of the Muslims that accepted Islam, the most scholar one among the scholars. You are the best woman of the women among my people. Mary was also the best woman of her people.” (159) From Hz. Fatima (r.a.):

(159) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

158- “Fatima, will you not be pleased that Allah the Most High looked at the people on the earth and He chose two men and He made one of them your father and the other your husband?” (160) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(160) Buhari and Muslim

159- “Allah the Most High ordered me to marry Fatima (r.a.) to Ali” (161) From Ibni Mesud (r.a.):

(161) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

160- “Fatima, my daughter, I married you to the best of my people. He is the most scholar concerning knowledge, the most virtuous concerning mild character and the first to accept Islam.” (162) From Bureyde (r.a.):

(162) Tabib, Tarih’ul Baghdad

161- “Why are you crying, my daughter? I did not hurt you and I surely gave you the best of my people. By Allah, in whose hands my soul is, I wedded you to the person who is happy in this world and who is pious in the next world.” (163) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(163) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

162- “I married you to Hz. Ali. He is the first of my companions to accept Islam, the most knowledgeable of them and the greatest as a character.” (164) From Abu Ishak (r.a.):

(164) Taberani, Mu’cemul Kebir

163- O Anas, Do you know what Gabriel brought me from the owner of the Throne (Allah)? (Then, the Prophet said) Allah ordered me to wed Fatima to Ali.” (165) From Anas (r.a.):

(165) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

164- “Fatima, Be careful! I did not commit a fault by marrying you to the best of my people.” (166) From Ikrime (r.a.):

(166) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

165- “Truly, Allah created the generation of each prophet from his own descendants. He created my generation from the descendants of Abu Talib’s son Ali.” (167) From Jabir (r.a.):

(167) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

166- “My uncle, By Allah, Allah loves him (Ali) more than me. Truly Allah created the generation of each prophet from his own descendants and He created my generation from his (Hz. Ali’s k.v.) descendants.” (168) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(168) From Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi p. 288

167- “My God, be my witness! My God, I declared that this (Hz. Ali) is my brother and my uncle’s son. He is my son in love and my grandson’s father. My God, put the one who shows enmity to him to the fire lying on his face.” (169) From Ibni Omar (r.a.):

(169) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

168- “Ali, will you not be consented that at my sight, you have the rank of Aaron at the sight of Moses. You are not even a prophet, yet you are my deputy so, I should go.” (170) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(170) Suyuti, Camiul Kebir

169- “The Angels praised me and Ali even seven years before a person accepted Islam.” (171) From Amr Ibni Cemi (r.a.):

(171) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

170- “Hz. Ali will not die unless he will be filled with anger but he will be murdered.” (172) From Anas (r.a.):

(172) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

171- “Me, Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husayn are in the same dome under the Throne on the resurrection day.” (173) From Abu Musa (r.a.):

(173) Taberani Mu’cemul Kebir

172- “I am the house of wisdom and Ali is the door to it.” (174) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(174) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

173- “I am the city of knowledge and Ali is the gate to it. Let him who wants knowledge come to that door.” (175) from Jabir (r.a.):

(175) Suyuti, Camiussagir

174- “Ali is the saddle bag of my knowledge.” (176) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(176) Suyuti, Camiussagir

175- “I am the admonisher of Allah’s torment. Ali is the guide of the true path. Ali, those who are guided after me are rightly guided with your guidance.” (177) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(177) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

176- “Considering the sayings of the Quraysh’s people’s slanderers about me such as: ‘How quickly he separated from his uncle’s son and how he insulted him!’: ‘We are not separated. They also told about me that I was a magician, a soothsayer and a liar. Are you not contented with the rank near me like the rank of Hz. Aaron near Moses? There will not be a prophet after me.’

‘As for the saying that I was attacking the virtue of Allah: ‘This is the pepper plant that came from Yemen. Sell it and make profit from it with Fatima that Allah will give you from His virtue. Madina will certainly be pious only with me and with you.’ ” (178) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(178) Hakim al Mustadrak

177- “What happened to me that I cannot smile? That is Gabriel. Allah informs me that Allah the Almighty boasts with me, with my uncle Abbas and with Ali- the son of Abu Talib to the dwellers of Heaven and to the Angels who bear the Throne, to the spirits of the Prophets and to the angels of the seven Heavens. He also boasts with pride with my People to the dwellers of the sky below.” (179) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(179) Hakim al Mustadrak

178- “Akil! By Allah, I love you for two qualities: firstly, you are my relative; secondly, Abu Talib loves you. Jafar, Your nature really looks like mine. Yet, Ali, you are at the rank of Aaron to Moses at my sight because there is no prophet after me.” (180) From Abdullah Ibni Muhammad (r.a.):

(180) Hakim al Mustadrak

179- “Ammar! If you happen to see Ali going through a valley and other people in another valley, follow Ali’s path and leave the other people. For, he never leads you to a calamity and he never misguides you.” (181) From Abu Ayyub (r.a.):

(179) Suyuti, Cami’ul Kebir

180- “Abu Rafi, there will be a tribe that will fight against Hz. Ali after I die. Fighting against them is a reality that Allah has destined. He who cannot fight against them with his hands must do with his tongue. He who cannot fight against them with his tongue must fight with his heart (dislike them). There is nothing else to do beyond these.” (182) From Muhammad Ibni Ubeydullah r.a.:

(182) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

181- “The state of Hz. Ali among people is like the state of Sura (Chapter) of Ikhlas in the Koran.” (183) From Kunuz:

(183) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

182- “Greetings to you, the Father of two flowers (Hasan and Husayn)! I advise you the two flowers of the world. Soon your two supports will go away. Allah will be your protector after me.” (184) From Riyaz:

(184) Ibn-i Asakir, Tarih

183- “My God, let the tongue of Hz. Ali be set on truth and guide his heart rightly.” (185) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

184- “Ali, teach the sciences of Sharia to the people of Yemen in whom you will make rule and make your judgement among them. My God, guide him while he is ruling them.” (186) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(186) Hakim al Mustadrak

185- “Ali, go and read the letter to people. Surely, Allah will make your speech to be set on the truth and guide your heart rightly. Actually, people will come to you to make the judgement between them. When the two rivals come to you, do not make your judgement on favour of any of them before listening to them. It is better for you to know who is right in this way.” (187) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(187) Hakim al Mustadrak

186- “Ali, stand up! You are deserved to be called by the name “Abu Turab”. Did you get angry with me when I established brotherhood between Ansar and Muhajir and I did not establish brotherhood between you and any of them?

Will you not be pleased with the rank like of Aaron to Moses at my sight? There will be no prophet after me. Know that he who loves you will be protected safely. He who dislikes you will be killed by Allah as an ignorant man and he will be reckoned with his actions in Islam.” (188) From Ibni Abbas r.a.:

(188) Hakim al Mustadrak

187- “Ali, the most proper name for you is ‘Abu Turab’. ” (189) From Abu Tufeyl:

(189) Ibni Hibban Sahih

188- “Ali, I chose you for my self. You are my brother and I am your brother too. Whoever objects to you in this respect, say: “I am a servant of Allah and the brother of the Prophet of Allah.” Whoever claims this brotherhood for himself after you, has certainly told a lie.” (190) From Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(190) Hakim al Mustadrak

189- “Ali, you have such seven good qualities that nobody can object to them on the Resurrection day:

1. You are the first of believers to have faith

2. You are the one who keep your agreement with Allah the most

3. You are the most powerful of all in obeying the command of Allah

4. You are the most merciful towards the Tebaa (followers)

5. You are the most equalitarian of all

6. You are the most scholar, when making a decision

7. You are the greatest of all of them in respect of having virtues on the Resurrection Day.” (191) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(191) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

190- “Surely, Hz. Ali is like Aaron’s situation to Moses for me. Surely, there will be no prophet after me.” (192) From Hz. Omar (r.a.):

(192) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

191- “There are such three qualities that whoever has them is not from me and I am not from him. They are as follows:

1. Hating Hz. Ali (k.v.)

2. Defaming my Ahla’l Bayt

3. He who says faith consists of words (but not confirmed by heart).”

(193) From Jabir (r.a.):

(193) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

192- “The person who will go to the pond in the paradise first among you and the first person to accept Islam is Abu Talib’s son Hz. Ali.” (194) From Selman (r.a.):

(194) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

193- “Ali (k.v.)! Allah, His Apostle and Gabriel are pleased with you.” (195) From Muhammad Ibni Ubeydullah (r.a.):

(195) Suyuti, Cami’ul Kebir

194- “If you follow Ali as a friend of God, you will find that he guides you to the right path and he is in the right path.” (196) From Abu said (r.a.):

(196) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

195- “Wisdom is separated into ten parts and nine parts are given to Hz. Ali and one part is given to all other people. Ali knows this one part better than them.” (197) From Ibni Mesud (r.a.):

(197)Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

196- “Ali, stand up! You are really saved. Allah has given me whatever I wanted from Him. I wanted everything for you that I wanted for myself. However, I was told that there will be no prophet after me.” (198) From Abu Nuaym:

(198) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

197- “He who envies Ali has envied me. Whoever envies me becomes infidel.” (199) From Anas (r.a.):

(199) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

198- “Ali, there is no Ahla’l Bayt that they are in comfort but they suffer tears all the time. Ali, every blessing except the blessing of paradise is lost. The afflictions except the affliction of those who are destined for the hell also have an end. Ali, keep straight ahead, if you are harmed in the world, you will be pleased and comforted in the hereafter.” (200) From Anas (r.a.):

(200) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

199- “Ummu Suleymi, the flesh of Ali is from my flesh and his blood is from my blood. He is, at my sight, like at the rank of Aaron near Moses.” (201) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(201) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

200- Ali, you will have a stick of paradise on the Resurrection day. You will drive away the hypocrites from the pond with it.” (202) From Abu said Al Hudri (r.a.).

(202) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

201- “Hz. Ali is filled with faith up to the point of his shoulders.” (203) From Kunuz:

(203) Abu Nuaym, Hilye

202- “Abu Hasan, which is dearer for you? 500 sheep with their shepherd or five words that I will teach you and you will pray with? You can say: ‘My God, forgive my sins and make my profit lawful. Give me broadness in my morality. Make me contended with what You desire for me. Do not make my self tempt to anything that You have forbidden!” (204) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(204) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

203- “ ‘My God, Send me the most beloved person among people according to You that will eat this bird with me.’ Abu Talib’s son, Hz. Ali arrived at that moment and he ate it with the prophet.” (205) From Anas (r.a.):

(205) Tirmizi, Sahih, Sunen

204- “Ali, do not delay these three things:

1. The ritual prayer when its time comes

2. The dead body (corpse) when it is prepared

3. When you find a suitable person, you should have the widow marry to someone.” (206) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(206) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

205- “Ali, the case of the person who does not complete his ritual prayer is like a pregnant woman excepting a baby. She loses the baby when her birth approaches. She is neither a pregnant nor a mother.

Ali, the state of the person who performs his ritual prayer looks like a merchant that has no profit unless he gets his capital. The ritual prayer of the praying person is not accepted unless he performs the obligatory prayer.” (207) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(207) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

206- “Whoever helps one of the sons of Abdulmuttalib but does not get his return, I will give it to him when meets me in the hereafter.” (208) From Hz. Osman r.a.:

(208) Taberani, Mecma’uz Zevait, vol. 9 p. 173

207- “Even if a person stops between Hajer al Esved and Maqam-i Ibrahim to perform his ritual prayer and fasting but does not love the Ahla’l Bayt of the Prophet he goes to the hell when he dies.” (209) From Ibni Abbas r.a.:

(209) Taberani, Mecma’uz Zevait, vol. 9 p. 173

208- “What is happening to people? While they are talking among themselves, when they see someone from my Ahla’l Bayt, they stop their talking. By God! If a person does not love them for the sake of Allah and for their kinship to me, they cannot have faith by heart.” (210) From Hz. Abbas Ibni Muttalib r.a.:

(210) Kütüb-i Sitte Muhtasari, I. Canan, vol 15, p. 517

209- “Ali! You are a Sayyid both in this world and in the hereafter. Whoever loves you loves me and whoever is your friend is the friend of Allah. Your enemy is also my enemy and my enemy is the enemy of Allah. Let he who hates you suffer torment!” (211) From From Ibni Abbas r.a.:

(211) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musnad

210- “When I was ascended to Meraj, I saw an angel sitting on a throne of Divine Light. One of his legs was in the east and the other was in the west. He was looking at a tablet in front of him. The entire world was in front of his eyes. All the people were between his knees and his hand could reach both the east and the west. I asked: ‘Gabriel, who is this?’ He said that it was Azrael. He told me to go to the front and greet him so I went to the front and greeted him. He said: ‘And unto you also be peace (in reply to my salutation), Ahmed, what has the son of your uncle been doing?”

I asked him if he knew Ali, the son of my uncle. He answered: ‘I certainly know him. Allah has appointed me as a deputy to take the spirits of all the creature except your spirit and the spirit of Ali Ibni Abu Talib, the son of your uncle because He will grasp the spirits of both of you by His will’.” (212) From Abu Zar r.a.:

(212) Hz. Peygamberin Dilinden Dört Halifesi, p. 308

211- “Ali, may Allah and Islam reward you with blessings. As you helped your Muslim brother to pay his debts, may Allah forgive your debts on the Day of Resurrection! Allah forgives the debts of the servant who pays for the debt of his brother on the Resurrection day. It is asked the Prophet if this was belonged to only Hz. Ali and he said that it belonged to all the Muslims.” (213) From Abu Said r.a.:

(213) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

212- “There are three people that the angels desire them, they are: Ali, Ammar and Selman. “(214) From Anas r.a.:

(214) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

213- “Paradise longs for four people they are Ali (k.v.), Ammar, Selman and Mukdad (r.a.).” (215) From Sheddad Ibni Evs r.a.:

(215) Camiu’l Kebir

213- “Paradise longs for four people they are Ali (k.v.), Ammar, Selman and Mukdad (r.a.).” (215) From Sheddad Ibni Evs r.a.:

(215) Camiu’l Kebir

214- “The four people who will enter the Paradise are: I, you, Hasan and Husayn. Our descendants will also be following us. Our wives will come behind our descendants and those who follow us will be at our right and left sides.” (216) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(216) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

215- “Ali, be generous because Allah loves the generous. Be brave because Allah loves the brave. Be zealous because Allah loves the hardworking. If somebody wants you to help him, do it. If he does not know the value of it, you will get the merit.” (217) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(217) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

216- “Ali, beware and get frightened of the pray of the person who is subjected to injustice because he wants his right from Allah the Most High and surely Allah does not lose the right of the owner of the right.” (218) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(218) The same source

217- “He who would like to live as I do, he who would like to die as I die and he who would like to reside in Adn Paradise that my Lord planted its trees, let him follow Ali as a guide. Let him be a friend of his friend and let him attach my Ahla-l Bayt after me because they are my descendants. They are created in my character and they are bestowed by my understanding and my knowledge. Let those from my Ummah (People) who deny their virtue and who cease the salutation about them be subjected to torment. Let Allah not reach my intercession to them.” (219) From Ibni Abbas r.a.:

(219) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

218- “Ali, you will have a child after me. I gifted my name and family line to him.” (220) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(220) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

219- “O Fatima, Hasan and Husayn, If anybody is in war with you, I am in war with him. If anybody is in peace with you, I am in peace with him.” (221) From Abu Hurayra r.a.:

(221) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

220- “On the resurrection Day, Fatima, Ali, Hasan, Husayn and me are surely under a white dome around Jerusalem, which is the Throne of the Merciful.” (222) From Hz. Omar r.a.:

(222) Hakim al Mustadrak

221- “I, Ali, hasan and Husayn are inside a dome beneath the Throne on the Resurrection Day.” (223) From Abu Musa (r.a.):

(223) Taberani, Mu’cemu’l Kebir

222- “Let me be sacrificed to the father of the sole martyr (Hz. Hasan)!” (224) From Hz. Aisha r.a.:

(224) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

223- “Hasan, your brother Husayn wanted water before you. First, he will drink, then you can drink it. Both of them are at equal statue for me.

I, you (Fatima), and these two and the one who is sleeping (Hz. Ali) are at the same place on the Resurrection day.” (225) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(225) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

224- “Hasan, your brother Husayn wanted water from me before you did. He (Husayn) is not better than Hasan. In my opinion, they are at the same status.

I, you (Fatima), these two and this sleeping man (Ali) are at the same place on the Dooms Day.” (226) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(226) Suyuti, Cami,u’l Kebir

225- “Close all the doors that opens to that mosque but leave only Ali’s door open.” (227) From Zayd Ibni Erkam r.a.:

(227) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

226- “Ali and his followers (those who support him and attach him) are the ones that have been saved on the Day of resurrection.” (228)From Kunuz:

(228) Deylemi, Musnad’ul Firdevs

227- “Ali, tell them not from me but as a revelation from Allah that whoever cuts the Sidra tree is cursed by Allah.” (229) From Abu Jafer r.a.:

(229) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

228- “Ali, I like whatever I like for myself for you too and I do not like whatever I dislike for myself for you either. Do not sit on your buttocks between two prostrations.” (230) From Hz. Ali k.v.:

(228) Thirmizi, Sahih, Sunen

229- “Ali, when you are afflicted with a trouble, say: “My God, protect me with your eyes that do not sleep, patronize me with a protection of Yours that nobody is able to do. Forgive me with Your Omnipotence on me. I will not be perished as long as You desire me. I believe that my gratitude has been very little comparing to your favors on me and I was very little patient with the afflictions I was subjected by you. .

O the one who does not deprive me although I thanked a little in return of Your favors!

O the one who does not scorn me though I have little patience in return of Your afflictions!

O the Munificent, who does not have an end!

O my God who has innumerous blessings!

I request from you to have mercy on Hz. Muhammad (a.s.v.) and his family. I break the breasts of the enemies and of the cruel with Your power.” (231) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(230) Tirmizi, Sahih, Sunen

230- “Ali, I like for you whatever I like for my self and I do not like for you whatever I do not like for myself. Do not wear a yellow colored dress and a golden ring and do not wear a silk dress. Do not ride on a red saddle girth because it is the cushion on which the Devil sits.” (232) from Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(232) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

231- “Ali pay attention, I will teach you some words that when you say them you will be forgiven though you are forgiven: “La ilahe illallahu’l Aliyyu’l Azim. La ilahe illallahu’l Halimu’l Kerim. Suphanellahi Rabbi’s Semavati’s Seb’i ve Rabbi’l Arşi’l Azim ve’l Hamdu lillahi Rabbi’l Alemin-There is no god but Allah the Most High, who is free from defects. There is no god but Allah, who is the clement and the gracious. I consider Allah the Lord of the great Throne and the seven heavens free from all deficiencies. Glory belongs to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds.”(233) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(233) Ahmed bin Hanbel, Musnad

232- “Ali, the son of Abu Talib, I see that you are worried. Tell one of your family members to recite Azan to your ear because it is the remedy for grief.” (234) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(234) Deylemi, Musnedu’l Firdevs

233- “Ali, he who asks God to select and decide between two or more courses by a dream (to decide the best) and he who holds a consultation is never regretful. Ali, continue your night worship because the earth is collected together at night much more than the day. Ali, spend all the night with the remembrance of Allah because Allah has created blessings in the early time of the morning for my people.” (235) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(235) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

234- “Ali, pronounce the formula “Allahu Ekber” starting right after the morning prayer of the day before Bayram until the end of the afternoon prayer on the days that precedes that Bairam.” (236) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(236) Deylemi Musnedu’l Firdevs

235- “Ali, people are two kinds: Some of them are intelligent and they can be forgiven as they are good people and some of them are ignorant and they are deserved to be punished.” (237) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(237) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

236- “Surely Allah C.C. contends for glory with you (boasts with you) and he will generally forgive all of you but He will have mercy for Hz. Ali personally. A sinner is the one who hates during his life and after death.” (238) From Hz. Fatima (r.a.):

(238) Taberani, Musnedu’l Kebir

237- “Ali’s fighting with Amr Ibn Abdud (at Hendek Battle) is superior to the good deeds of my people until the Resurrection day.” (239) From Behz Ibni Hakim (r.a.):

(239) Hakim al Mustadrak

238- “Do not use bad words for Hz. Ali because he is very close to the mercy of Allah.” (240) From Kab (r.a.):

(240) Taberani, Musnedu’l Kebir

239- “Nobody dares to say anything to the Prophet when he (the prophet) is angry except Hz. Ali.” (241) From Ummu Salama (r.a.):

(241) Hakim al Mustadrak

240- “While we were near the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.), Zu’l Huveysira (from Temim Tribe) arrived there. The Prophet of Allah was dividing the war spoils. The man said: “The Prophet of Allah, be fair (just)!” The Prophet said:

“If I am not fair, who else can be fair? If I do not become fair, I am perished.” Omar could not stand this man and said: “Give me permission to cut off his neck!”

“Leave him Omar. He has such friends that none of you will like to perform prayer and fast together with them. They will recite the Koran but it will not go down their throat. They will be seen in Islamic community as the arrow leaving the bow. Their feather of arrow will be looked at but nothing will be found, the inside of it will be searched and they will find anything. Only dried dung and blood will cover them. One of their signs is one of their arms will be like woman’s breast or a piece of flesh. They will oppose to the most beautiful group of people.

Abu said: “I bear witness that I heard this from the Prophet of Allah.

I also bear witness that Ali bin Abu Talib (k.v.) made a war with them and I was together with him. He called that man. He was searched, found and brought. When I saw him, whatever the signs the Prophet told about him existed in him.” (242) From Abu Salama and Dahhak and he got it from Abu said al Hudri (r.a.):

(242) Buhari, Sahih, vol.6 p. 617-618; Muslim vol. 7, p.165

241- “The Prophet of Allah stood in front of the door of Hz. Ali and Hz. Fatima for six months long or according to some traditions for nine months and recited: ‘Innema yuridullahu liyuzhibe ankumurricse…….. – Allah has willed to remove uncleanness from Ahla’l Bayt and to purify them.’ ” (243)

(243) Ibni Hacer al Haytemi, Mecmuz- Zevaid, part 9, p. 121

242- “Our dear Prophet (a.s.v) said: “The similitude of my Ahla’l Bayt is the same as Noah’s ark. Whoever boards it will be saved and he who avoided it will drown.” (244)

(244) Sahih-i Muslim and Buhari, vol. 2 p.343

243- “There will be separations and oppositions among people. Hz. Ali (k.v.) and his friends will be upon the truth.” (245)From Ka’b r.a.:

(245) Taberani, Musnadu’l Kebir

244- “Gabriel came to me and said: ‘Muhammad (a.s.v.)! Frankly, Allah loves three people among your Companions, they are: Ali, Abu Zar and Mikdad Ibni’l Esved. Muhammad, Paradise is filled with the desire of three persons, they are: Ali, Ammar and Selman (may peace be upon them!)” (246) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(246) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

245- “Ali, Islam is a nude. His clothes are the fear of Allah and his hair is Guidance. His ornament is modesty. His supports are the chastity and his upholder is the pious deeds. The basic of Islam is to love me and my Ahla’l Bayt.” (247) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(247) Ibni Asakir, Tarih

246- “My God, Bestow your blessing, your mercy your favor and your consent on Hz. Abraham and Hz. Ali! My God, They (Hz. Ali, Fatima, Hasan and Husayn) are from me and I am from them. May your blessing, mercy, favor and consent be upon me and them!” (248) From Vasile (r.a.):

(248) Suyuti, Camiu’l Kebir

247- “Hz.Prophet (a.s.v.) dropped by the residence of our mother Fatima (r.a.). When he found out that Hz. Ali (k.v.) was not at home, he asked: ‘Where is the son of my uncle?’ Fatima said that there was a quarrel between them and so he got angry with her and left. The Prophet (a.s.v.) commanded her to look for him and learn where he went. When he was informed that he was lying down in the mosque, the Prophet (a.s.v.) went to visit him. Ali was really lying down there, his woolen cloak fell down over him and he was smeared by earth. The prophet called:’ Stand up, the Father of the earth!’

Sehl says that it was the name Hz. Ali liked the most.” (249) From Sehl, Ibnu Sa’d Es saidi (r.a.):

(249) Buhari, Salat, 58 Fedaili’l Ashab 9, Edeb 113, Isti’zan 40; Muslim

Fedailu’s Sahabe, 38

248- “Ali was the person who made the most proper decision at lawsuits.” (250) From Hz. Enes r.a.:

(250) Thirmizi, Menakib 3793, 3794

249- “Fatima is a piece of me. Whoever makes her angry makes me angry.” (251)

(251) Buhari

250- “While we were near the Prophet (s.a.v.), a group of young people from Ben-i Hashim came there. When the prophet saw them, his eyes were filled with tears and he turned pale. I said: ‘The Holy Prophet, we have not seen anything like this irritating manner on your face so far.’ He said: ‘We are such an Ahla-l Bayt that Allah chose hereafter for us in return of this world. My people of my house will be subjected to afflictions and to kidnapping and to exile after me.” (252) From Ibni Mesud (r.a.):

(252) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, H. 1248, Abu Davud, Muslim

251- “The great Prophet (a.s.v) said: ‘Mahdi is from us, he is from our Ahla’l Bayt.’ ” (253) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(253) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari, H. 1248, Abu Davud, Muslim

252- “We are the sons of Abdulmuttalib. We are the gentlemen of the residents of Paradise: I, Hamza, Ali, Jafer, Hasan, Husayn and Mahdi”. (254) From Hz. Anas (r.a.):

(254) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari, H. 1249

253- “Whoever treats my uncle (Hz. Abbas) badly has surely injured me. It is certain that the uncle of a person is like his father.” (255) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(255) Tirmizi, Menakib, 3764

254- “God protected His Prophet (a.s.v.) with his uncle Abu Talib.” (256) From Abdullah Ibni Mesud:

(256) Hakim, Mustadrak

255- “Muhammad is in the Family of Abraham.” (257) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(257) Kutub-ü Sitte Muhtasari

256- “The real mean person is the one who does not recite salawat on me ( salawat: the formula calling God’s benediction on the Prophet) though I am mentioned.” (258) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(258) Tirmizi, Daavat 110

257- “The Prophet (a.s.v.) was sent on Monday and Ali (k.v.) performed his prayer on Tuesday.” (259) From Anas b. Malik (r.a.):

(259) Tirmizi, Menakib, 3730

258- “My father Abu Layla would meet Ali and chat with him: Hz. Ali used to wear summer clothes in winter and winter clothes in summer. We asked my father the reason of it and he asked him it. Hz. Ali explained it as follows: ‘The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) called me near him when I had a sore eye. He put his holy saliva on my eyes and prayed as: My God, protect him against the illnesses that hot and cold cause. After that day, I neither sweated from hot nor shivered from cold.’ ” (260) From Abdurrahman Ibnu Ebi Leyla:

(269) Kutub-ü Sitte Muhtasari

259- “Hasan and Husayn are the masters of the young people of the Paradise. Their father is more favorable than them.” (261) From Ibnu Omar (r.a.):

(261) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari

260- “Hz. Fatima and Hz. Abbas (r.a.) visited Hz. Abubaqir (r.a.) and asked about the inheritance left them from the Prophet. Hz. Abubaqir told them:

‘I heard that the Prophet (a.s.v.) said that nobody could be an inheritor of them and what they left was the alms. However, the family of Muhammad may use what they need from this property. I swear by Allah that I never abandon what I saw the Prophet (a.s.v.) was doing, I absolutely follow it. If I do not obey any commands of him, I am afraid to go astray.’

Thereupon, Hz. Fatima was offended with Hz. Abubaqir and she did not talk to him for six months, until she died. Hz. Ali (k.v.) buried her at night. Hz. Ali did not inform Hz. Abubaqir about her death.

Hz. Ali (k.v.) sent him the news that he could visit him alone the next day. He did not want Hz. Omar to come.

Hz. Omar told Hz. Abubaqir not to visit them alone. Hz. Abubaqir told him that he would go there alone.

Hz. Abubaqir went to the residence of Hz. Ali. Ben-i Hashim gathered there, Hz. Ali stood up when he saw Hz. Abubaqir. He prayed and said: Emma ba’d, Hz. Abubaqir. The reason why we do not swear fealty to you is not that we deny your virtue. We do not have a thought of rivalry for you but we believed that we had rights in this matter. Yet, you behaved despotically against us.

He mentioned about his closeness to the Prophet (a.s.v.). While Hz. Ali was telling them, Hz. Abubaqir was crying.” (262) From Hz. Aisha (r.a.):

(362) Buhari, Fedailu’l Ashab 12; Muslim, Cihad 53 (1759)

261- “Once, the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) was in poverty and Hz. Ali (k.v.) learned this. He went out and looked for a job in order to earn money after he helped his needs. He dropped by an orchard that belonged to a Jew. He drew 17 buckets of water from a well and he is paid a hundred dried dates for each bucket. The Jew gave him seventeen good dates called “acve” among his dates. Ali (k.v.) brought them to the prophet of Allah.” (263) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.):

(263) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 766

262- “I would drive a bucket of water for one date on condition that the dates would be ripe and dried.” (264) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(264) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 767

263- “What a pity to Ammar! A group of rebels will kill him.” (265) From Ikrime (r.a.):

(265) Buhari, Selat 63, Cihad 17

264- “I saw Jafar-i Tayyar (zulcunaheyn). He was flying with angels in the Paradise.” (266) From Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(266) Tirmizi, Menakib 3767

265- “I was so hungry that I would put my stomach on the ground and I had such times that I demanded people ask me to recite the verses I knew so that they would understand my condition and would give food to me. It was Jafar Ibnu Abi talib (r.a.) who helped the poor very much. In these situations, he would take care of us and offer us whatever he had at home. Sometimes he would open the container of oil that was completely emptied and we would lick the rest left in it.” (267) From Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(267) Buhari, Fedailu’l Ashab 10; Tirmizi, Menakib 3770

266- “The Prophet ordered us to prepare Fatima (r.a.) for the first night of marriage and deliver her to Hz. Ali (k.v.). We went there and firstly, we put the soft soil brought from Bahta on the floor of Ali’s house. We stuffed palm fibers into the cushion we had sewed. We prepared a kind of dinner with dates, dried grapes (raisins) and drank sweet water after it. Then, we brought a piece of wood that would be used as a coat rack and put it in the room. We had not seen a better wedding than Fatima’s (r.a.) wedding.” (268) From our mothers Ummu Salama and Aisha:

(268) Kutubu Sitte Muhtasari, 604

267- “Allah does not like what you do not like and Allah is pleased with what you are pleased.” (269)

(269) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari, 4485

268- “Fatima (r.a.) is the Master of the women of the world, except Mary.” (270)

(270) Tirmizi, Menakib, 3872

269- “A caller will call out behind a curtain on the day of Resurrection: ‘O the crowd, Close your eyes, Fatima bintu Muhammad will pass by.” (271)

(271) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari, 4485

270- “I listened to Hz. Ali (k.v.). I, Abbas, Fatima and Zayd ibnu Harise had assembled near the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.). I said: ‘The Prophet of Allah the Almighty, I would like you to assign me for the duty of dividing one-fifth written in the Book of Allah the Most High, so that nobody will dispute with us on this matter afterwards.’ Hz. Ali (k.v.) continued saying: ‘The Prophet of Allah accepted my request and I divided it as long as he lived. Afterwards, Hz. Abubaqir also gave this duty to me and this continued until the last year of Hz. Omar’s time. That year, there were many spoils because of the conquests. He spared our share and sent it to me.’ I said: ‘We do not need it this year. Muslims need it so give it to them.’ He gave this share to Muslims. Nobody called me for this work after Hz. Omar (r.a.). After I had left Omar’s place, I met Abbas (r.a.) on the way. He told me (moaning): ‘Ali, yesterday you prohibited such a thing that nobody would give us anymore.’ How genius he was!” (272) From Abdurrahman ibnu Ebi Leyla:

(272) Abu Davud, Harac, 20 (2983-2984)

271- “My intimate friend I seek refuge is my Ahla-l Bayt and my support is Ansar. Therefore, forgive their faults and follow the virtuous ones.” (273) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(273) Tirmizi, Mernakib, 3900

272- “Hz. Ali (k.v.) told ibni Agyed: ‘Shall I tell you about myself and Fatima (r.a.), the daughter of the Prophet, who is the dearest for her father?’ I said: ‘Yes, sure.’

‘Fatima (r.a.) used to turn the mill wheel and her hands would get hurt. She used to carry water with a leather water bag that made wounds on her neck. She was sweeping the house and she was covered with dust. Meanwhile there were some slaves brought to the Prophet (a.s.v.). He asked Fatima: ‘My daughter, what do you need?’ Fatima was silent and she gave no answer. I interfered and said: ‘May I tell you, the Prophet of Allah?’ and I explained: ‘Fatima’s hands are wounded by using the mill. Her shoulders were hurt for carrying water with the leather water bag. I told her to visit you when the slaves arrived and to request a maid for herself from you in order to be a little comforted.’ The Prophet (a.s.v.) said upon my explanation: ‘Fatima, Fear Allah! Perform your obligatory duties towards Allah, do the house work by yourself. When you go to bed, say: ‘Suphanallah’ 33 times, ‘Elhamdulillah 33 times, and ‘Allahuekber’ 33 times. All of them make 100. This is better than your maid.’ Fatima (r.a.) said: ‘I’m pleased with Allah and His Prophet’, so the Prophet (a.s.v.) did not give her any maids.” (274) From Abu’l Verd ibnu Sumame:

(274) Buhari, Fedailu’l Ashab, 9 Humus 6, Nafakat,6-7, Davaat 11; Muslim, 80; Tirmizi, Davaat 24; Abu Davud, Harac, 20

273- “The Holy Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) says: ‘I am the Master (Sayyid) of the sons of Adam on the Resurrection day but I do not boast with it.” (275)

(275) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 1 (4335)

274- “While Hasan ibnu Ali and ibnu Abbas (r.a.) were sitting, a funeral was passing by, Hz. Hasan stood up at once but ibnu Abbas did not stand up. Hz. Hasan (r.a.) said: “Did the Prophet (a.s.v.) not stand up for the funeral of a Jew?” Thereupon, Ibnu Abbas had also stood up. He stood up for the funeral then, he sat down again.” (276) From Muhammad ibnu Sirin:

(276) Nesai, Cenaiz 47, (4, 46)

275- “I would hear the Prophet reciting the Koran during his night prayer, while I was at the roof of my house.” (277) From Ummu Hani, bintu Abi Talib (r.a.):

(277) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 402 (1349)

276- “Whoever draws sword against us is not from us.” (278) From Salama Ibnu’l Ekva (r.a.):

(278) Muslim, Iman, 162 (99)

277- “Whoever carries gun against is not from us.” (278) From Abu Musa and Ibnu Omar (r.a.):

(279) Muhari, Fiten 7; Muslim, Imam 163; Tirmizi, Hudud 26

278- “I fear neither from a believer nor from a polytheist among my people because the faith of a believer prevents him from committing evil and blasphemy stops the polytheist but a am afraid of a scholar hypocrite. They tell you what you will like and confirm but commit things that will harm you.” (280)

(280) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 25 (4797)

279- “When Khawarijs opposed to the true Imam Hz. Ali, (k.v.), they made the following sentence taken from the Koran a motto for them: “La hukme illa lillah- The judgement belongs only to Allah”. When Hz. Ali (k.v.) heard this, he said: “This is a correct sentence but told for the falsehood.” (281)

(281) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari

280- “On the Day of resurrection, I will be the first person to kneel down in order to bring lawsuit before the Merciful.” (282) From Ali ibnu Abi Talib (k.v.):

(282) Buhari, Tefsir, Hacc 3, Megazi 3-7

281- “I saw the prophet (a.s.v.) both rubbing his forehead against the Black Stone at Mecca and kissing it.” (283) From Ibnu Omar (r.a.):

(283) Buhari, Hacc, 60; Nesai Hacc 155

282- “When the Prophet’s son Kasim died, Hz. Hatice (r.a.) said: ‘The Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.), Kasim’s milk has boiled over, I wish Allah had lengthened his life until

he completed his infancy.’ He said:

‘He will complete his infancy in the paradise.’ Hz. Hatice said: ‘If only I had known it, the death of my child would not have been very sad for me.’ The Prophet (a.s.v) said: ‘If you want I can pray Allah and make you hear his voice.” However, Hatice said: ‘No, the Prophet of Allah, I confirm Allah and His Prophet.” (284) From Husayn bin Ali ibnu Ebi talib (a.s.):

(284) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, Hz. Hatice (r.a.)

283- “The corps of martyrs were brought to the Prophet (a.s.v.) on the Day of Uhud. He had their prayers performed as a group of ten each. When each group was changing, Hamza stood in his place and so he was being performed funeral prayer with each group.” (285) From Ibnu Abbas (r.a.):

(285) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 464 (1513)

284- “The most blessed of the women of the Paradise are Hatice, Fatima, Mary and Asiye.” (286) From Ibnu Abbas (r.a.):

(286) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, Hz. Hatice (r.a.)

285- “The Holy Prophet of Allah (a.s.v) said:

‘While people were denying me, she (Hatice) had faith in me. When people were not approving me, she approved me. When everybody said it was forbidden for me, she spent her property for me. Allah bestowed me to have a child by means of her. I did not have any children from other women. She was intelligent, virtuous and sharp-witted.” (287)

(287) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari

286- “I have a pond. Its width extends from the Kaaba to Beyti’l Makdis. Its water is pure white like milk. It has wooden ladles as many as stars. It is certain that I have the most number of people compared to other Prophets.” (288) From Abu Saidi’l Hudri (r.a.):

(288) Kutub-i Sitte Muhtasari, Kevser Havzı

287- “I will be the first person to arrive the pond.” (289) From Hz. Cundup (r.a.):

(289) Buhari, Rikak, 53; Muslim, Fezail 25

288- “I will arrive at the pond before you. Some of you will be shown to me ascending so high that if I bowed down, I would be able to hold them but they would retreat at once. I say:

‘My Lord, they are my Companions.’ However, He will say: ‘You do not know how much cruelty they committed after you’ and I will say: ‘Let those who change religion after me stay away from the Mercy, stay away from the Mercy!’ ” (290) From Ibnu Mes’ud (r.a.):

(290) Buhari, Rikak, 53, Fiten 1; Muslim, Fezail, 32

289- “I heard Hz. Abu Baqir (r.a.) saying: “I saw the Prophet (a.s.v.) at the pulpit. Hz. Hasan ibnu Ali was near him. He was sometimes turning towards people, sometimes to Hz. Hasan and saying: ‘This son of mine is a Sayyid, we hope that Allah will give peace to two big Muslim armies with him.” (291) From Hasan-i Basri (r.a.):

(291) Buhari, Sulh 9, Menakib 25, Fedailu’l Ashab 22, Fiten 20

290- “I can see what cannot see, hear what you cannot hear. Finally, the sky has hummed and buzzed and it has a right to hum. In the sky, there is no empty pace even four fingers length. There is an angel everywhere prostrating before Allah. I swear by Allah that if you knew what I knew, you would laugh less but cry more. You would not take pleasure in women in bed but you would go to roads and deserts and implore Allah heartily.” (292) From Abu Zar (r.a.):

(292) Tirmizi, zuhd 9; Ibni Mace, Zuhal 19

291- “Khawarijs (Harici) are the dogs of the Hell.” (293) From Ibnu Ebi Evfa:

(293) Kutub-u Sitte Muhtasari, 46 (173)

292- “He said: ‘Unless twelve Caliphs in whom all my people will gather come to you, this religion will continue. All these caliphs (Imams) of mine will be from Quraysh.’ ” (294) Jabir b. Semure (r.a.):

(294) Tirmizi, K. Fiten, No: 2224; Muslim, Imaret, 1821

293- “Even if there had not been any time for the Doomsday except one day, Allah would send a personality from my Ahla’l Bayt and he will fill the earth with justice same as it is filled with cruelty.” (295) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(295) Sunen-i Abu Davud, 4283

294- “Mahdi is from me. His forehead is broad; his nose whose middle part is a little bit high is thin. He will rule for seven years and he will fill the earth with justice as it was once filled with cruelty and torture.” (296) From Abu Said Al Hudri (r.a.):

(296) Sunen-i Abu Davud, 4285

295- “May Allah protect Ali! My God, turn the truth together with Ali wherever he turns.” (297) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(297) Tirmizi, Sunen, 3962

296- “We, the gathering of Ansar would know the hypocrites by their hatred towards Ali bin Ebi Talib.” (298) From Abu Said al Hudri (r.a.):

(298) Tirmizi, Sunen, 3962

297- “Ali, it is forbidden to pass from this mosque canonically unclean for anybody except for you and me.” (299) From Abu Said (r.a.):

(299) Tirmizi, Sunen, 3962

298- “My God, do not take my soul before you show me Ali!” (300) From Umm-i Atiye:

(300) Tirmizi, Sunen, 3982

299- “Hasan and Husayn, they are my two sweet basils in this world.” (301) From Abdurrahman b. Ebi naim (r.a.):

(301) Tirmizi, Sunen, 3982

300- “I went to visit Ummu Salama (r.a.) and she was crying. I asked her why she was crying and she said: ‘I saw the Prophet (a.s.v.) and there was some soil on his head and his beard, so I asked him what happened to him and he said: ‘ A couple of minute ago, I witnessed that Husayn was murdered’.” (302) From Selma (r.a.):

(302) Tirmizi, Sunen, 4022

301- “I am from Husayn and I am from Husayn. May Allah love the person who loves Husayn! Husayn is an Ummah from Ummah (People).” (303) Ya’la b. Mume (r.a.):

(303) Tirmizi, Sunen, 4026

302- “There was nobody else except Hasan b. Ali that looked like the Prophet (a.s.v.) most among the members of the Prophet’s Family.” (304) From Anas b. Malik (r.a.):

(304) Tirmizi, Sunen, 4030

303- “The Prophet (a.s.v.) looked like Hasan with his body between his breast and head and the part below his breast looked like Husayn.” (305) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(305) Tirmizi, Sunen, 4039

304- “The Prophet was carrying Husayn b. Ali on his shoulders. A man called: ‘O child, what a good rider you are riding on!’ and he said: ‘He is also -a good rider’.” (306) From Ibn-i Abbas (r.a.):

(306) Tirmizi, Sunen, 4034

305- “While Hz. Ali was at Rehbe in Kufa, a group of men approached near him and said:

-‘Greetings to you, our Master!’

Hz. Ali said:

-‘You are Arabs, how can I be your master?’

They said: ‘When we were at Gadir Humm Well between Mecca and Madina, we heard from the Prophet of Allah saying, ‘Whomever I am the Master of, Ali is also his Master.’

Rebah says: ‘When these men left, I followed them and asked who they were. They said they were a congregation from Ansar and Abu Ayyub al Ansari was also among them.’ ” (307) From Rebah b. Haris:

(307) Ahmed b. Hanbel, Musnad, Taberani

306- “Three things constitute the basis of modesty: To salute first when you meet someone, not to sit on the seat of honor in the big assemblies and to dislike hypocrisy and ostentation.” (308) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(308) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, Yusuf Kandehlevi, vol. 3, p. 1174

307- “Hz. Ali (k.v.)had given some property from the treasure three times in a year. Afterwards some other goods came to him from Isfahan. Ali said: ‘Go and get your share for the fourth time. I am not the protector of your property!’ He divided and gave all of it including the ropes.” (309) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(309) Kenzul Ummal vol. 2, p. 320; Abu Ubeyt

308- “I saw Hasan, the son of Ali, on the Prophet’s shoulders. The Prophet (A.S.V.) was saying: ‘My God! I love him so You love him too!’ ” (310) From From Bera ibn Azib (R.A.):

(310) Sahih-i Muslim, Fedaili’s Sahabe, 2422

309- “My God! I love him. You love him too and love those who love him as well.” (311) From Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(311) Sahih-i Muslim, Fedaili’s Sahabe, 2421

310- “He said: ‘Surely, Fatima is a piece of me. Whoever injures her injures me.’ ” (312) From Misver Ibni Mahreme (r.a.):

(312) Sahihi Muslim, Fedaili’s Sahabe, 2432

311- “While the Prophet (s.a.v.) was on the Hira Mountain, Gabriel came near him: ‘O the Prophet! Here comes Hatice! She is coming towards you. She has a pan with her, she must have something to eat or drink for you. When Hatice comes near you, tell greetings to her from your Great Lord and from Me and give her the good news that she will reside in a palace made of diamond in Paradise. There will be no noise, no trouble, no overwork or hardship there.’ ” (313) Abu Zur said he narrated this from Abu Hurayra (r.a.):

(313) Sahihi Muslim, Fedaili’s Sahabe, 2432

314- “Ali (k.v.), the son of Hz. Husayn told it to me and he learned it from Misver Ibn Mahver: While Hz. Ali (k.v.) ibn Ebi Talib was married to the Prophet’s daughter Fatima, he wanted to get engaged to the daughter of Abu Jahil. When Fatima heard this, she went to the Prophet and said: ‘(Dad!) Your people are talking among themselves that you do not get angry because of your daughters. See, Ali is going to be engaged to the daughter of Abu Jahil.’ Misver said that when the Prophet heard this, he stood up and I heard him saying: ‘There is no God but Allah and Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.’ After this (after pronouncing the Formula Elhamdulillah and reciting the profession of Faith of Islam), he said: ‘I wedded Zaynab to Abu’l Ass ibn Rabia. He promised me not to marry anyone after Zaynab and he behaved correctly on his promise. Surely, Fatima is a part separated from Muhammad. I surely do not like the people make mischief on her and I swear by Allah that the daughter of Muhammad can never live together with the daughter of Allah’s enemy.’ Kavi said Hz. Ali (k.v.) gave up marrying the daughter of Abu Jahil after he heard this.” (316) From Zuhri:

(316) Sahihi Muslim, Fedaili’s Sahabe, 96

315- “Give me some advice Ebel Hasan! Hz. Ali said thereupon: ‘Do not suspect what you believe closely and do not hesitate on what you know well. Do not think that your supposition is true! Know very well that what you give for the sake of Allah, the time you spent for His consent and your dealing justly for His sake and what you wear and make worn out are beneficial while you live in this world!’ ” (317) From Ibnu Abbas (r.a.):

(317) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, vol. 5, p. 1876

316- “You told the truth Ebel Hasan! He responded.

Ali b. Abu Talib (r.a.) said to Hz. Omar:

-O the Commander of the Believers! If reaching the ranks of your two friends (The Prophet and Hz. Abubakir) make you happy, do not be ambitious! Eat less, do not lengthen your gown too much and mend your old shirts and your old shoes. Then, you can reach them!” (318) From Hz. Omar (r.a.):

(318) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol. 5, p. 1876

317- “Blessing does not rely on having a lot of property and children. It lies under being a great scholar and very gentle and rising people by making them worship Allah. If you commit a good deed, praise Allah; if you commit a sin, implore forgiveness. Only two people are blessed in the world, one: a person that commits sin but compensate it with repentance right away, the other is the one who races with others in doing good works. The deeds done with the fear of Allah are valuable. How can a deed that is accepted be disregarded?” (319) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(319) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, vol. 5, p. 1877

318- “When Ibnu Mulcem wounded Ali (k.v.), Hasan (r.a.) came to his presence weeping. He asked: ‘Why are you crying, son?’

He said: ‘Why should I not cry? You are at the end of the life of this world and at the beginning of the life hereafter.’ Hz. Ali said:

‘My Son! If you follow these two pieces of advice that consists of four pieces of advice, you will never be harmed in your works!’ He asked him what they were and he said:

‘The greatest wealth is intelligence and the greatest poverty is stupidity. The greatest loneliness is arrogance and the greatest virtue is good morality.’

He said: ‘Dad, they are only four of them, can you tell me the rest of them?’ Hz. Ali (k.v.) continued: ‘Beware making friends with the fool because he does harm to you while he tries to do good! Do not be a friend with a liar because he makes you to be away from what is near you and near from what is away from you! Do not make friends with mean people as they make you away from what you need most! Beware making friends with sinners because they sell you cheaply!’ ” (320) From Ukbe b. Sahba:

(320) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, vol. 5, p. 1877

319- “The work done in the right place and at the right time is the most favorable guide. The most favorable action is the good morality. The most favorable friend is the intelligence. The most favorable inheritance is good manners. Arrogance is the most stressful loneliness.” (321) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(321) Beyhaki; Ibnu Asakir, Kenz, vol. 8 p.236

320- “From Muhammad bin Hasan: When Amr b. Sa’d came near to Imam Husayn, Hz. Husayn came to the exact opinion that they would kill him. After giving praise and glory to Allah the Almighty, he delivered a speech to his friends and said: You know what had happened so far. The world changed and became bad. The good ones and the good deeds have gone away, there is only sediment left. The afflictions and hardship of life have remained like the hard pastures. Do you not see? People do not deal justly and falsehood cannot prevented. Believers should desire to reach Allah. I consider death as happiness for it is a stress for me to live with the cruel.’

‘People!’ The Prophet of Allah (s.a.v.) said:

‘Whoever sees a sinful administrator that makes the things forbidden by Allah legitimate and breaks the rules of Allah, objects to the Sunnah of the Prophet, treats the servants of Allah sinfully and with antagonism and not to try to correct him with his words and behaviors, Allah accepts him as a partner of the same sins. Pay attention! They followed Satan, left the obedience to Merciful and caused mischief. They did not apply canonical judgments. They preferred the spoils taken without war. They made what is unlawful lawful and what is lawful unlawful.

I am more deserving to correct them than they are. Your letter has come to me. Your envoys have sworn fealty to me that you will not surrender me to them and not leave me alone. If you keep your promise, you will do the right thing. I am Husayn, the son of Ali. I am the son of Fatima, the daughter of the Prophet of Allah. I am together with you. My family is also together with you. You must obey me as well. If you do not act in this way, you will violate your agreement and not keep your fealty and this will be not good for you then. You have already done it to my father, my brother and my nephew.’ ” (322) From Hz. Ali’s son Imam Husayn (a.s.):

(322) Taberani, Mecmauz Zevaid, vol.9, p. 93; Tarih-i Ibni Cerir, vol.4, p.305

321- “The son of Ali Hz. Husayn left Madina to go to Mecca. He dropped by Ibni Muti who was digging a well. Ibni Muti said: ‘I have already widened this well of mine but today there is no water coming to my bucket. If you pray for me, the water of the well will increase.’ Hz. Husayn said: ‘Bring me some water from the well!’ They brought him some water in a bucket. Imam Husayn drank a little water from it, he gargled some of it and blew out the water into the bucket again. After this, the water in the bucket increased and became sweeter.” (323) From Abu Avn:

(323) Ibni Sad, Tabakat, vol.5, p.144

322- “I have been to Karbala. A man stood up and asked:

‘Is Husayn among you?’ Muslims said that he was. The man said: ‘I give the good news that he will be thrown to fire.’ Imam Husayn (r.a.) said ‘I recieved the good news that I will embrace my Merciful Lord and My Prophet, who will intercede for people and who is obeyed by people.’ The Muslims asked the man who he was. When the man said he was Ibni Cuveyr (Cuveyze), Hz. Husayn prayed: ‘My God! Throw him to the fire!’ A little while after, the horse the man was riding had started with fear and had a shy. The man’s foot was hanging at the stirrup strap. I swear by Allah that the man was divided into pieces. There was only his foot left on the animal.” (324) From Ibni Vail b. Alkame:

(324) Taberani, Mecma’z Zevaid, vol. 9, p.193

323- “Whoever wants the world, the world attaches him. He that does not attach to it does not give any value to its comforts. He who desires the world is the slave of the person that rules it. The world is enough for you to content. You cannot be happy even if the entire world is yours. He who continues today’s life same as yesterday is deceived. He who does not search for his own faults has some deficiencies. Death is better for the person who lives with deficiencies.

Know that mildness is adornment or bravery. Hastiness is foolishness. Journey makes man weak. To be friends with the wicked people is a shame. To be friends with the impious attracts the suspicions of others.

Human beings are four groups: Some have a share of goodness and favor but no share of morality. Some have a good morality but no share of goodness and favors. Some have a share of neither of good morality nor goodness or favors. They are the worst people. Some have both good morality and a share in goodness and favors. They are the most exalted people.” (325) From Imam Hasan b. Ali (a.s.):

(325) Ibni Neccar, Kenz, vol.8, p.222; Ibni Asakir, Kenz, vol 8, p. 37

324- “One day, the Prophet of Allah came to our house and asked:

‘Where are my grandsons Hasan and Husayn?’ We were hungry that day. There was nothing even to taste at home. Hz. Ali said to the Prophet (a.s.v.): ‘I took them somewhere. I was afraid that they would start to cry when they saw you.’ When the Prophet heard this, he went to the house of the Jewish where his grandsons were. He saw them playing near the pond under a date tree. There were date seeds in front of them. The Prophet (a.s.v.) said to Hz. Ali (k.v.): ‘Ali, you had better take my sons home before it gets warmer.’ Hz. Ali said: ‘There is nothing to eat at home. We wake up hungry. O the Prophet, would you please sit here a while then I can pick up some dates for Fatima?’ The Prophet stayed there for a while and Hz. Ali picked some dates for Hz.Fatima and put them in a bag. The Prophet (a.s.v.) embraced one of the children and Ali the other and left there. They arrived home by changing children while carrying on the way.

Ata (r.a.) tells: ‘They reported that Hz. Ali said: ‘There was nothing to eat in our house and in the Prophet’s house for days so I went out. I saw a dinar on my way and I hesitated to take it or not but I had to take it due to the exhaustion of hunger. I bought some flour at the market and brought it home to Fatima. I told her to prepare dough by kneading it and she started to knead. She was so exhausted that she could not stand upright. She was shaking and her hair was touching the edge of the basin at every shaking of her. She made the bread and I told this to the Prophet meanwhile. The Prophet (a.s.v.) said: ‘You can eat it. It is the sustenance provided by God for you.’ Hz. Ali (k.v.) says: ‘I remember fastening stones on our stomach with the Prophet so that we would not feel the hunger but today the alms of my property make forty thousand dinars.’ ” (326) From Hz. Fatima:

(326) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol.2, p.546

325- “During Uhud Battle, Hz. Ali (k.v.) came near Hz. Fatima (r.a.) and said: ‘Fatima, bring my sword! Do not worry! I am neither a coward nor a bad race. I swear by Allah I will struggle for the cause of Allah, who knows His servants very well, and in order to help Hz. Prophet.’ Hz. Prophet said addressing Ali: ‘Sehl b. Hureyf and Ibn as Summe fought as well as you.’ Meanwhile Gabriel said: ‘O Muhammad. He is more superior. He helped you more.’ The Prophet of Allah (s.a.v.) said: ‘O Gabriel! Ali is not a stranger; he is from Me.’ Gabriel added saying: ‘I am from both of you.’ ” (327)

(327) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol. 2, p.546

326- ‘We set out for Haibar after staying there for three days. My uncle Amir was also with us. He started to say: ‘My God! If You had not been, we would not have found the right way, not given the alms and not performed our prayer. We cannot live without Your blessing. Give us peace. Protect us with Your blessing when we reach You!’ When the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) heard this, he asked who he was. They said it was Amir. He said addressing him: ‘May your Lord forgive your sins!’ Whoever the Prophet of Allah prayed for, he would be a martyr. Omar, who was on his horse, said: ‘I wish I would have been bestowed the favor that Amir had been.’

We arrived at Haibar. Murahhah went into the centre shaking his sword and started to read a poem: ‘Haibar knows that I am a brave, experienced warrior. I spread terror in my wars.’ Amir (r.a.) fought against him and said: ‘Haibar knows that I am a brave, experienced warrior too and I spread terror in the battles I join.’ They attacked each other twice. Murahhab tore the shield of Amir. Amir was pleased with it. Suddenly, his sword turned to himself by accident. He was wounded severely and he died.

I met a group of the Companions of the Prophet on my way. They said: ‘Amir’s deed was of no use because he killed himself.’ I came to the Prophet crying upon this. He asked what had happened. I said: ‘They tell that Amir’s deed was in vain.’ He asked who had said that. I answered that they were a group of his Companions. He said that they were wrong because just on the contrary, Amir had two folds reward. Later the Prophet of Allah (a.s.v.) called Ali (k.v.), who suffered from his eyes, and said: ‘Today, I will give the banner to the one who loves Allah and his Prophet.’ I went and brought Ali with me. The Prophet put his saliva on his eyes, he became well and he gave the banner to him. Murahhah said again: ‘Haibar knows that I am a brave, experienced warrior. I give terror in the wars I fought.’ Hz. Ali came out against him saying: ‘I am a person that is called as the lion by my mother. I look like a roaring lion and I spread death and terror to enemies!’ and he wounded him on his head in his first attack. He killed him without wasting time, so the conquest of Haibar was succeded. (328) From Salama bin Ekva:

(328) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol.2, p. 548-549

327- “Hz. Ali (k.v.) gave some advice by writing the following letter to one of his governors: ‘Do not cut off your relation with people! If governors cut off their relations with people, their trouble increases. Their knowledge about the conditions and affairs of people decreases. If people cut off their relationship with their governors, they grew up without any knowledge. They do not show any respect to elders and any affection to the small ones. Beautiful is considered as ugly and ugly is considered as beautiful. They confuse the truth with falsehood. A governor cannot know the problems that people hide from him. He does not have any notes that will distinguish the correct words told him from the false ones so that he can solve the inconveniences caused due to the disconnection with people. You are either a very munificent person in dealing with justice because you can stay away from people for a long time. For, you give a lot or you donate much as you are a munificent person, or you are very mean that people gave up requesting anything from you as they have lost their hope that you will help them although they are in need of you very much. Therefore, you will have no problem of putting a lamb to put in a dark place and no problem of giving the right decision. Listen to me carefully after I say these. Be contended with your own share! Do not leave the righteousness!” (329) From Muhajir al Amir:

(329) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol.3, p712

328- “Hz. Ali (k.v.) appointed a governor to beni Ukbera and said to me: ‘Iraq is a country where there are less Muslims.’ Then he continued: ‘Come to me at lunch time.’ Then, I went to him; he did not have a guard (warden). He was sitting alone and there was a cup and a glass of water. He ordered to bring a bag. I said to myself: ‘I do not know what it contains but I think he trusted me and he will give me some jewels.’ The bag was not open. He untied it. To my surprise, the bag was full of flour. He took out some flour, put some of it in a cup and poured some water on it. He drank it after mixing it and gave it to me to drink. I could not help myself asking him: ‘The Commander of Believers! Why are you eating this meal although there are very delicious meals in Iraq?’ He said: ‘I do not fasten this bag because I am very mean. I buy as much as I need and if it spills out, I am afraid that they make a meal with the thing that does not belong to me because I do not want to eat forbidden and uncertain things, therefore I fasten the bag.’ Amesh transmits that Hz. Ali used to eat meals he brought from Madina for lunch and dinner.” (330) From a man that belonged to Sakif tribe:

(330) Hadislerle Müslümanlık vol. 3, p. 871

329- “One day while Hz. Abu Baqir was delivering a sermon at the pulpit, Hz. Hasan came there and told him to go down from his father’s place. Hz. Ali (k.v.) told Hz. Abubaqir (r.a.) to make sure he will not think that he taught it to the child to speak like that: ‘We certainly did not teach the child to say so.’ ” (331) Urve tells it:

(331) Ibnu Sa’d, Kenz’ul Ummal, vol. 3, p. 132

330- “Hz. Omar was reading a sermon at the pulpit. Hz. Ali’s son Hz. Husayn came up and went near him. He said: ‘Go down from my father’s place.’ Hz. Omar (r.a.) said: ‘Yes, the pulpit is your father’s, my father does not have a pulpit. Who taught this to you?’ Hz. Ali (k.v.) stood up and said: ‘Nobody taught him this.’ He scolded the child saying: ‘I will ask this to you, the naughty boy!’ Hz. Omar said: ‘Do not touch my nephew. He is telling the truth. This is his father’s place.”

Imam Husayn (r.a.), the son of Hz. Ali (k.v.) said:

“I ascended the pulpit when Hz. Omar was there. I told him to descend from my father’s pulpit and to ascend to his father’s pulpit. He said that his father did not have pulpit and made me sit next to him. While we were going home, he asked me who had taught it to me and I told him that nobody had taught it to me. Hz. Omar (r.a.) invited me to their house the next day.

I went to his house one day. He was with Muawiyah and Ibnu Omar was at the door. I wanted permission but they did not give, so I left there without entering the house. Later Hz. Omar saw me and asked me why I had not gone there. I told him that I went there but he was with Muawiyah. When Ibnu Omar returned without entering the house, I also went back. Hz. Omar:

‘You are not like my son Abdullah. You could enter the house because firstly Allah and then you enabled us to be Muslims and he stroked my head.’ ” (332) From Abu’l Bahteri:

(332) Hadislerle Müslümanlık, vol. 5, p. 1052

331- “Two persons came near Hz. Ali (k.v.) to solve a problem. Hz. Ali sat at the bottom of a wall, thereupon a man said: ‘O the Commander of the Believers, the wall will collapse.’ Hz. Ali (k.v.) said: ‘Go away! Allah protects us.’ He solved the problem between those two people. The wall collapsed after he stood up.” (333) From the father of Cafer b. Muhammad (r.a.):

(333) Delail’ün Nübüvve, p. 211

332- “If religion was according to people’s opinions, it would be better to wipe the beneath of the light thin-soled boot (mest) with hand in ablution than wiping the upper side of it. However, I saw the Prophet (a.s.v.) wiping the upper side of the boots.” (334) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(334) From Abu Davud, Taharet 6

333- “I came to ask Hz. Aisha about wiping the boots in ablution. She said to me: ‘I advise you Hz. Ali (k.v.) to ask about this because he has been on journeys with the Prophet (a.s.v.).’ ” (335) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(335) Muslim, Taharet 85; Nesai, Taharet 99; Ibni Mace, Taharet 86

334- “Even if the world has only one day left, Allah will lengthen that day and He will send a person from me on that day. Ibnu Mes’ud says that the Prophet (a.s.v.) said that if a person’s name from my Ahlal Bayt is like mine, if his father’s name is like my father’s, this person fills the earth with justice and equity although it was filled with injustice and tyranny in the past.” (336) From Ibnu Mas’ud (r.a.):

(336) Abu Davud, Mahdi 1; Thirmizi, Fiten 52

335- “The world has turned behind and going; the hereafter has turned towards and approaching. Both of them have sons special for them. You! Be the sons of the next world! Do not be the sons of this world, for, today there is action but no reckoning (account), tomorrow, there is reckoning but no action.” (337) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

337-Buhari, Rikak 4

336- “The Prophet (a.s.v.) sent Zubayr, Mikdad and me and told us to go to Rawzatul Hahnam and to find the woman who had a letter and to bring the letter back to him. We went there very quickly riding our house. We arrived at Rawza. When we met the woman, we told her to give us the letter but the woman said that he had not a letter. We spoke to her seriously and threatened to rob her unless she gave us the letter. She took the letter from the plaits of her hair and we brought it to the Prophet (a.s.v.).

The letter was written to some polytheists in Mecca by Hatib ibnu Belte.” (338) From Hz. Ali (k.v.):

(338) Buhari, Megazi 9, Cihad 141, Tefsir, Mumtahinna 1; Muslim, Fedailu’s Sahabe, 161; Abu Davud, Jihad, 108; Thirmizi, 343

337- “Hz. Prophet (a.s.v.) had forgiven the people of Mecca altogether except a few of them on the Qonquest day of Mecca. He made Bilal recite the prayer to call Muslims (ezan) when it was noontime. This ezan became the source of grief for some Meccans:

Abu Jahil’s daughter Cuveyriye said: ‘What a great favor of Allah for my father not to be present there while Bilal was braying on the Kaaba.’

Halid ibnu Esed said: ‘Allah bestowed a favor that my father had not seen this day.’

Haris ibnu Hişam said: ‘I wish I had died before this day.’

Abu Sufyan said: ‘I will not say anything, if I say something, even these pebbles will inform him.’

Thereupon the Prophet (a.s.v.) came up and said: ‘I know what you have said’ and he repeated all of it. Haris and Attab said: ‘We witness that you are the Prophet of Allah because only Allah and those who are with us knew this.’ The commanding was given to Hz. Ali (k.v.) during the conquest of Mecca.” (339)

(339) Kutubu Sitte Muhtasarı, the Qonquest of Mecca

338- “Yazit (the curse of God) appointed Ubeydullah ibni Ziyad to Kufe as a governor and he appointed Omar ibnu Sad Ebi Vakkas as a commander against Husayn (a.s.). He promised him the government of Rey in return of the victory he would win against Husayn. He martyred Husayn and 72 personalities with 19 people from their families. Omar b. Sad sent the holy heads to Ubeydullah b. Ziyad, the commander of the cursed Yazit. Ibni Zayd gathered people at Kufa and brought the holy heads. He prodded (pushed) the head of Husayn in front of the eyes of people with the stick he was holding. He put it between his lips and he did not lift it. Zayd b. Erkam (r.a.), who saw this insult shouted: ‘Take back that stick, I swear by Allah, who is the sole God, that I saw the Prophet (a.s.v.) kissing these lips’ and he started to cry. Cruel Ibni Ziyad said: ‘May Allah take out your eyes while you are crying. I would cut off your head if you were not an old dotard.’ While Zayd ibnu Erkam (r.a.) was leaving that place, he said: ‘O the people, you are a slave after this. You murdered Hz. Fatima’s son Hz. Husayn (a.s.) and you made Ibnu Mercane a chief over you. He will kill your good ones and make your bad ones a slave.’

Allah punished the cursed Yazit’s commander Ubedullah b. Ziyad while he was in this world. A tiny snake that appeared unexpectedly entered through his nose, came out from his mouth and disappeared. This was a sign and a warning of Allah in return of what was done to Hz. Husayn. (s.a.).

When that cursed person was killed by Muhtar es Sakafi, that snake was still going through his nose and coming from his mouth.” (340)

(340) Buhari and Thirmizi; Kütübü Sitte Muhtasarı, Kerbala Hadisesi

339- “When any food was brought to the Prophet (a.s.v.), he would ask the nature of this food. If they said that it was a present, he would eat it. If they said it was alms, he would not eat it but he would give it to his Companions to eat.” (341) From Abu Hurayra:

(341) Buhari, Hibe 5; Muslim, Zekat 175; Thirmizi, Zekat 25; Nesai, Zekat 98

340- “People will be as assemblies on the day of Resurrection. Each umma will follow its own Prophet. They will say: ‘Whosoever, intercede for us.’ Finally, intercession will be given to me. This is the Rank of Mahmud!’ ” (341) From Ibni Omar (r.a.):

342- Buhari, Tefsir, Beni Israel, 11, Zekat 52

341-“I listened to Hz. Ali (k.v.). He reported from the Prophet (a.s.v.): The Prophet (a.s.v.) said:

‘A man will come from Transoxiana (Maveraünnehir). He will be called el Haris Harrras (farmer).

There will be man called Mansur in front of his army. He will prepare the conditions for the Family of Muhammad and make the Caliphate possible (with his property, treasure and guns) same as the Kuraysh people helped the Prophet (a.s.v.). All the Muslims are obliged to help him.’ ” (343) From Hilal Ibnu Amr:

(343) Abu Davud, Mahdi, 1

342- “Marwan was the first person who made the recital of the Bairam Sermon before the prayer. When he attempted to do this, a man from congregation stood up and said: ‘You are doing a wrong action because prayer must be performed before the sermon.’ Marwan said that it was an old way and wanted to continue in his own way. Abu Said ul Hudri (r.a.) came up and said: ‘This man warned him as he was supposed to do, for; I heard the Prophet (a.s.v.) saying: ‘If anybody sees a bad action that is not in accordance with my Sunna, he must correct it with his hand. If he cannot, let him to correct it with his tongue, if he cannot do it, let him hate with his heart. This is the weakest rank of the faith.” (344) From Tariq Ibn Shiab:

(344) Melahim 17; Muslim, İman 78; Abu Davud, Salati İydeyn 248; Thirmizi, Fiten 11,

Note: The Sultans of Umayyads used to say political words that would disturb the congregation during the sermon. They would curse firstly Hz. Ali (k.v.) and Ahl-al Bayt. (Let this curse be upon those who curse them!). Those who wanted to perform their worship but did not want to listen to them would leave the mosque before the sermon started after performing their prayer. In order to prevent this marwan put the sermon before the prayer.

343- “The Prophet (a.s.v.) said: “Allah took a solemn promise from each Prophet that if He sent Muhammad while he was alive, he would have faith in him and he would help him. He also ordered each Prophet that their people would have faith in him and help him if he came while they lived.” (345) From Ibni Abbas (r.a.) and Hz. Ali (k,v.):

(345) Kütübü Sitte Muhtasari, Kur’an’da Mahdi Meselesi

344- “La feta illa Ali, la seyfe illa Zülfiqar- There is no brave man like Ali, no sword like Zulfiqar!” (346)

(346) İslam Tarihi, Hz. Muhammad ve İslamiyet. M. Asım Köksal, vol.3, p. 117,

Sources: Ibn Ishaq, Ibni Hisham, Sire, vol. 3, p. 100, Tarih, vol.3, p. 17,

Ibni Esir, El Kamil, vol.2, p. 74