Ek munafiq.




On one occasion, a Companion of the Prophet disparagingly said to Bilal, “You son of a black woman.” Hearing this, the Prophet swiftly rebuked this Companion for his racism saying, “Are you taunting him about his mother? There is still some influence of ignorance in you.”¹

unequivocally condemned racism when he said: “All mankind is descended from Adam and Eve. An Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab. And a non-Arab has no superiority over an Arab. A white person has no superiority over a black person, nor a black person has any superiority over a white person, except by piety and good action.” This declaration was the first of its kind in human

Set forth by al-Bukhari in al-Ṣaḥīḥ, 1:20 $30. Set forth by Aḥmad b. Hanbal in al-Musnad, 5:411 §23536. •Abü Nu’aym in Hilya al-Awliya’, 3:100.

Hazrat Imam Jafar Sadiq AlahisSalam part 7

The Pious Children

He had seven children, six sons and a daughter. Their names were: (i)Hazrat Ismail, (ii) Hazrat Muhammad, (iii) Hazrat Ali, (iv)Hazrat Abdullah, (v) Hazrat Ishaq, (vi) Hazrat Musa Kazim The name of the daughter was ‘Um Farwah’ to whom Ibn-ul-Akhizar writes, ‘Fatima’. Shahar Satani in malal n nahal talks only of five children. (Anwaar e Sufiya)

Spiritual Descendants (Khulfa-e-Kiram)

The history shows that his followers were of an outstanding status. Each one of them was capable enough to lead the whole world so far as spiritual leadership was concerned. Their holy names are (i) Hazrat Imam Musa Kazim, (ii) Hazrat Imam A’azam and (iii) Hazrat Bayazid Bustami

Final Departure

Hazrat Imam Jafar Sadiq soul departed from this world on Friday, 15th Rajab or 24th Shawal-ul-Mukarram, Hijri 148/ 765A.D. at the age of 68 in Medinah during the regime of second Caliph of the lineage of Abbasids, Abu Jafar-Ibne-Abu- Al Abbasul Safa’ah. He martyred due to poisoning. Saalikin and (Masaalik-ul-Jaame’-ul-manaaqib)

Holy Shrine

His holy shrine is in the vicinity of his holy father Hazrat Imam Baqir’s holy shrine at Jannat-ul-Baqi at Medinah Munawarah. (Masa’alik-ul-Sa’alikin and Tahezib-ul-tahazib)