Ali ibn Husayn
Ali ibn Husayn
|Other names||Zayn al-Abidin, Imam as-Sajjad|
|Known for||Mysticism, Shia Imam|
|As-Sahifa as-Sajjadiyya, Al-Risalah al-Huquq, The fifteen munajat|
Ali ibn Husayn, also known as Zayn al-Abidin and Imam as-Sajjad was the fourth imam in Shia, Islam. He was the son of Husayn ibn Ali and the grandson of Ali ibn Abi Talib. He survived the Battle of Karbala and was taken to the caliph in Damascus. Eventually, he was allowed to return to Medina. His life was devoted to spiritual and religious teachings, mostly in the form of prayers and supplications. His famous supplications are known as As-Sahifa as-Sajjadiyya.
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- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Sharif al-Qarashi, Bāqir (2000). The Life of Imām Zayn al-Abidin (as). Translated by Jāsim al-Rasheed. Iraq: Ansariyan Publications, n.d. Print.
- ↑ Chirri, Mohamad Jawad (1986). "Al-Sahifat Al-Sajjadiyya" (Revised ed.). The Muhammadi Trust of Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
- ↑ Dungersi Ph.D., M. M. (December 1, 2013). A Brief Biography of Ali Bin Hussein (as). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. ISBN 1494328690.
- ↑ Imam Ali ibn al-Hussein (2001). The Complite Edition of the Treatise on Rights. Qum: Ansariyan Publications. p. 16.
- ↑ Imam Ali ubnal Husain (2009). Al-Saheefah Al-Sajjadiyyah Al-Kaamelah. Translated with an Introduction and annotation by Willian C. Chittick With a foreword by S. H. M. Jafri. Qum, The Islamic Republic of Iran: Ansariyan Publications.