She is a notable woman for her knowledge in Islamic history. She is among the Imamiyyat (the women of the Ahl al-Bayt and the companions of the Imams) narrators of the hadith and narrated on the authority of Imam Zayn al-Abidin.
Thābit ibn Safiya famously known as Abū Hamzah al-Thumālī Thābit ibn Dīnār (Arabic: أبو حمزة الثمالي) was a close companion of Imam Ali Zayn al-Abidin.Al-Rasool Al-A'dham Mosque
The Al-Rasool Al-A'dham Mosque (Arabic: مسجد الرسول الاعظم, translit. Masjid Al-Rasool AlAdham) is a Shia Islam mosque located in Bankstown, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.
The mosque is supervised by Ayatollah Mohammad Hussein al-Ansari, the mosque generally promotes Shi'a teachings and is attended almost exclusively by Shi'a worshipers.Al Ghaybah
Al-Ghaybeh (Arabic: الغیبه) is a theological book on the subject of the occultation of the Twelfth Imam of the Twelvers, Muhammad al-Mahdi. The aim of book returns to the doubtful atmosphere in that period and neediness to proving the occultation by reason and narration.Batriyya
Batriyya (Arabic: بترية, adjective form Batri) is a Muslim sect from Zaidiyyah, some Shia clerics may use this term to refer to any shiite mixing the allegiance to the Imams and the allegiance to Abu Bakr and Umar.
Among those who used the term were Fadil Al-Darbandi, Muhammad Al-Sanad and Yasser Al-Habib.Du'a Nudba
Du'a Nudba is one of the major Shiite prayers about Muhammad al-Mahdi and his occultation. Nudba means to cry and Shiites read the prayer for ask to help them during the occultation. The supplication recite in Eid al-Fitr, Eid al-Adha, Eid al-Ghadeer, and in every Friday morning. Mazar al-Kabir, Mazar al-Ghadim, and Mesbaho al-Zaer were narrated the supplication. These books were written with authentic narrators such as Sayyed Ibn Tawus. Muhammad Baqir Majlisi wrote this prayer in Zaad-ul-Maad from Imam Ja'far al-Sadiq. Also, Albazofari, a person who lived in minor occultation, narrated from The Four Deputies of Imam Mahdi that Imam Mahdi said to read the prayer.Dukayniyya Shia
The Dukayniyya Shia (named for one of its leaders, Abu Nu'aym al-Fadl ibn al-Dukayn) were a sect of the Zaidi branch of Shia Islam. The Dukayniyya Shia were led by Abu Nu'aym al-Fadl ibn al-Dukayn and Ibrahim ibn al-Hakam.Family tree of Abu Bakr
Abū Bakr (c. 573–August 23, 634/13 AH) was the first Muslim ruler after Muhammad (632–634). Sunnis regard him as his rightful successor (caliph), the first of four righteous Caliphs (Rashidun).Fatimah bint Hasan
Fātimah bint al-Hasan ibn ‘Alī (Arabic: فاطمة بنت الـحسن بن علي) was a daughter of Hasan ibn ‘Alī, wife of ‘Alī ibn Husayn (fourth Twelver Imām), and mother of Muhammad al-Bāqir (fifth Twelver Imām). Her kunya was Umm ‘Abd Allāh and she was referred to as, "as-Siddīqa" ("the very truthful one") by ‘Alī ibn Husayn. It has also been reported that her features were such, that no one in the family of Hasan ibn ‘Alī looked like her.Hakimah Khātūn
Hakimah bint Muhammad al-Jawād (Arabic: حکیمه بنت محمد) Hakimah Khatun or Lady Hakimah was the daughter of Imam Muhammad Taqi al-Jawad, and the aunt of Imam Hasan al-Askari. She is a prominent narrator in Shia hadith and history, especially for her narration of the birth of Al-Mahdi.Khalafiyya Shia
The Khalafiyya Shia (named for its founder Khalaf ibn Abd al-Samad) were a subsect of the Zaidi branch of Shia Islam.Khashabiyya Shia
The Khashabiyya Shia (named for their exclusive use of pieces of wood as weapons in their revolt against the Ummayads under the leadership of Al-Mukhtar) are an extinct subsect of the Zaidi branch of Shia Islam. They originated as followers of Al-Mukhtar and hence would have been expected to be categorized under the Kaysanite Shia sect. The Khashabiyya Shia were later known in Khurasan as the Surkhabiyya (named for their leader Surkhab al-Tabari).Layla bint Abi Murrah al-Thaqafi
Layla bint Abi Murrah bin ‘Urwah bin Mas‘ud al-Thaqafi (or Umm Layla) (Arabic: ليلى بنت أبي مرة بن عروة بن مسعود الثقفي) was a wife of Hussein ibn Ali and the mother of Ali al-Akbar, and Fatema Sughra. Her grandfather Urwah ibn Mas'ud was considered by Muhammad as one of the four chiefs of Islam.Rawda Khwani
Rawda khwani (Persian: روضه خوانی, "reading the Rawda") is the Shia Iranian Muslim ritual of the Mourning of Muharram. It is held every day of the year to commemorate the death of Husayn ibn Ali and his followers during the Battle of Karbala.Rubab bint Imra al-Qais
Rubāb bint Imra’ al-Qays (Arabic: ربـاب بـنـت إمـرئ الـقـيـس), or Umm Rubāb (Arabic: أم ربـاب) was a wife of Al-Husayn ibn ‘Alī, and the mother of ‘Alī al-Asghar (also known as ‘Abdullāh) and Ruqayyah. Her father was Imra’ al-Qays ibn ‘Adī bin Aws (Arabic: إمـرئ الـقـيـس ابـن عـدي بـن أوس).Shia Islam in Benin
Shia Islam in Benin is composed of a minority, Shia Muslim community of Benin. The majority of Muslims in Benin, however, practice Sunni Islam.Shia Islam in Botswana
Shia Islam in Botswana is composed of a tiny minority of Shia Muslim community of Botswana.Shia Islam in Ivory Coast
Shia Islam in Ivory Coast is composed of a tiny minority of Shia Muslim community of Ivory Coast.Shia Islam in Singapore
Shia Muslims are a minority in Singapore. Twelver Shias have been in Singapore since before the First World War. In the 1970s Rajabali Jumabhoy and his wife Fatima Premjee bought a shophouse in Lim Ah Woo Road where Muharram majaalis were addressed by Maulana Mazahir (an Urdu-language preacher from Lucknow in India).Shia Islamic beliefs and practices
The beliefs and practices of Twelver Shia Islam are categorised into:
Theology or Roots of the Religion - five beliefs
Ancillaries of the Faith or Branches of the Religion - ten practicesone of the practices are they always like to be worshipping to god.
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