Tuesday 26 January 2021
News ID: 86456
Publish Date: 10 January 2021 - 21:33


Today is Monday; 22nd of the Iranian month of Dey 1399 solar hijri; corre(January 11)

Today is Monday; 22nd of the Iranian month of Dey 1399 solar hijri; corresponding to 27th of the Islamic month of Jamadi al-Awwal 1442 lunar hijri; and January 11, 2021, of the Christian Gregorian Calendar.
1487 lunar years ago, on this day in 45 years before Hijra, Abdul-Muttaleb, the paternal grandfather of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA), passed away in Mecca and was laid to rest in the Jannat al-Mu’allah Cemetery – unfortunately desecrated and destroyed by Wahhabi heretics 93 years ago in 1925 when the Godless Aal-e-Saud clan occupied Islam’s holiest city. His father was the monotheist Hashem, a direct descendant of the Prophet Abraham’s (AS) firstborn son, Prophet Ishmael (AS), while his mother was Salmah bint Amr of the Khazraj clan of Yathreb – which was to become known as Medinat an-Nabi or simply Medina, following the migration to that city of his grandson the Prophet. Named Shaibah by his mother, he was brought to Medina by his uncle Muttaleb, following the death of his father Hashem. When the people of Mecca saw Shaibah with his uncle, they thought he was his slave, and called him Abdul Muttaleb, which means slave of Muttaleb. Although Muttaleb tried to explain that the boy was his nephew, the name stuck. Muttaleb continued to manage his brother Hashem’s duties until Abdul Muttaleb was old enough to take over. Abdul Muttaleb took over the duties of Saqaya and Rifada when his uncle Muttaleb died. He had many good qualities and made many changes to the lives and habits of the Quraish. In the year known as Aam al-Feel or Year of the Elephant in which his grandson the Prophet of Islam was to be born, a miraculous incident happened, when Abraha, the governor of Abyssinian-occupied Yemen, riding an elephant, marched upon Mecca to raze down the holy Ka’ba and in the process his soldiers seized the camel-herd of Abdul Muttaleb, who boldly approached the invader and demanded the return of his camels. When Abraha mockingly asked him as to why he is not requesting that the Ka’ba should be spared, Abdul Muttaleb said: I am the owner of camels, while the Ka’ba has its own Owner. No sooner did the elephantine army of Abraha tried to storm the city, a swarm of tiny birds appeared overhead by the command of God Almighty, raining death upon men and beasts by dropping pebbles upon them and reducing them to resemble chewed straw, as Surah al-Feel of the holy Qur’an states. To Abdul-Muttaleb goes the credit of having a divinely-inspired dream that led to the rediscovery and unearthing of the spring of Zamzam which God Almighty had caused to burst from under the feet of a thirsty little Ishmael, as his mother Hajar, frantically ran between the hillocks of Safa and Marwa, trying to find water for her seemingly dying son. When grandson Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) was born and the infant soon became orphan with the death of his father Abdullah, the doting grandfather Abdul-Muttaleb took care of the boy until his own death 8 years later, but before breathing his last, gave custody of the child to his other son, the monotheist Imran Abul Taleb – the guardian of both his nephew and the creed of Islam in Mecca. Abdul-Muttaleb’s another son was the valiant Hamzah, who was also a devout Muslim and achieved martyrdom in the Battle of Ohad, which the pagan Arabs imposed upon the Prophet.
1391 solar years ago, on this day in 630 AD, Mecca, the then centre of paganism, peacefully surrendered to Muslim at the approach of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) without notice with some 10,000 believers, following the breach of the Treaty of Hodaibiyyah signed two years earlier by the Arabs. The Prophet declared general amnesty to his bitter foes and even did not retaliate against the killers of his dear uncle, Hamza, that is, the Abyssinian slave Wahshi and his masters who had ordered him to commit the savagery at Ohad five years earlier – Hind and her husband Abu Sufyan. He spared them by calling them "tulaqa” or freed slaves. This display of the clemency had a profound effect and multitudes of Qoreish started embracing the truth of Islam, as borne out by "Surah Nasr” revealed by God on this day. The Prophet ordered demolishment of temples and the holy Ka’ba was cleansed of the idols the polytheists had installed at Abraham’s edifice of monotheism. The chief idol atop the Ka’ba was pulled down by Imam Ali (AS), who, the Prophet lifted on his shoulders to end idolatry in Arabia. The lunar hijri calendar date is 20th Ramadhan 8 AH.
1132 solar years ago, on this day in 889 AD, Abdur-Rahman III, the Omayyad Emir of Cordoba, and the first self-styled caliph of Spain, was born to a Christian concubine, while his father’s mother was also a Christian concubine. He succeeded his grandfather, Abdullah, and broke all allegiance with the Abbasid caliphate of Baghdad. During his 49-year rule until his death at the age of 72, his legitimacy was under serious question as a result of the bid by the Fatemid Ismaili Shi’ite Dynasty of North Africa to expand its sphere of influence in Spain, where Muslims considered the Omayyads as usurpers and the descendants of the Prophet worthier of governance.
992 lunar years ago, on this day in 450 AH, Abu’l-Abbas Ahmad ibn Ali an-Najashi, passed away in Matirabad near the city of Samarra in Iraq at the age of 78. He is considered the earliest and among the most authentic Shi’ite Muslim scholars of "Ilm ar-Rijaal”, which literally means "Knowledge of Men”, and refers to a discipline of Islamic religious science in which the narrators of hadith are evaluated. His book "Rijaal an-Najashi” has been the most reliable source of information about early ulema and scholars of the School of the Ahl al-Bayt of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA), and paved the way for later generations to further explore this vital field. His seventh ancestor, Abdullah an-Najashi, the governor of Ahvaz and Fars during the reign of Mansour Dawaniqi, the 2nd self-styled caliph of the usurper Abbasid regime, was a student of Imam Ja’far Sadeq (AS), the 6th Infallible Heir of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA). He compiled the Imam’s answers to his queries under the title "Risalat-Abdullah an-Najashi”.
696 solar years ago, on this day in 1325 AD, Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, was built by one of the Aztec kings before the European invaders set foot on American soil.
268 solar years ago, on this day in 1753 AD, Hans Sloane, British physician, naturalist and collector of books, manuscripts and curios, that formed the basis for the British Museum in London, died, leaving one of the world’s largest and most varied collections of natural history specimens.
142 solar years ago, on this day in 1879 AS, the Anglo-Zulu War began, and lasted almost six months at the end of which the British annexed the Zulu kingdom to their dominion of South Africa, massacring a large number of natives and destroying their homes and hearths.
117 solar years ago, on this day in 1904 AD, British occupation troops massacred 1,000 dervishes in Somaliland, which although the northern part of the Republic of Somalia, is today a self-declared independent state which no country or organization has recognized.
85 solar years ago, on this day in 1935 AD, scholar and renowned orator, Seyyed Abu’l-Qassim Dehkordi, passed away in Isfahan at the age of 79 He wrote several books including "Jannat al-Maawa” on ethics, and annotation of Fayz Kashani’s "Tafsir Saafi” on ayahs of the holy Qur’an.
41 solar years ago, on this day in 1979 AD, during the most sensitive phase of Iran’s Islamic Movement, when the US was making feverish efforts to maintain the British-installed Pahlavi regime, the Father of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini (RA), ordered formation of the Revolutionary Council. Its main duties were to coordinate the people’s struggles against the Shah and set the stage for formation of the interim government after the regime’s downfall. Imam Khomeini emphasized not just the ouster of the Shah, but establishment of the Islamic system for guaranteeing people’s freedom, Iran’s independence, and administration of social justice. After the Shah’s ouster, the Revolutionary Council also acted as a lawmaking body until the formation of the elected Majlis (parliament).
10 solar years ago, on this day in 2010 AD, Professor Mas’oud Ali Mohammadi, Iran’s nuclear physicist was martyred when a bomb-rigged motorcycle blew up outside his home in Tehran. The assassins were hirelings of the US and the Zionist entity. The next year, on capture and trial, one of the principal assassins, Majid Jamali Fashi confessed that he was an operative of Mossad and had visited the usurper state of Israel.
7 solar years ago, on this day in 2014 AD, notorious Zionist terrorist, Ariel Sharon, known as the "Butcher of Beirut”, plunged into the bowels of hell after languishing in coma for eight years as a result of divine wrath that struck him on January 5, 2006, for his crimes against humanity.sponding to 27th of the Islamic month of Jamadi al-Awwal 1442 lunar hijri; and January 11, 2021, of the Christian Gregorian Calendar.
1487 lunar years ago, on this day in 45 years before Hijra, Abdul-Muttaleb, the paternal grandfather of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA), passed away in Mecca and was laid to rest in the Jannat al-Mu’allah Cemetery – unfortunately desecrated and destroyed by Wahhabi heretics 93 years ago in 1925 when the Godless Aal-e-Saud clan occupied Islam’s holiest city. His father was the monotheist Hashem, a direct descendant of the Prophet Abraham’s (AS) firstborn son, Prophet Ishmael (AS), while his mother was Salmah bint Amr of the Khazraj clan of Yathreb – which was to become known as Medinat an-Nabi or simply Medina, following the migration to that city of his grandson the Prophet. Named Shaibah by his mother, he was brought to Medina by his uncle Muttaleb, following the death of his father Hashem. When the people of Mecca saw Shaibah with his uncle, they thought he was his slave, and called him Abdul Muttaleb, which means slave of Muttaleb. Although Muttaleb tried to explain that the boy was his nephew, the name stuck. Muttaleb continued to manage his brother Hashem’s duties until Abdul Muttaleb was old enough to take over. Abdul Muttaleb took over the duties of Saqaya and Rifada when his uncle Muttaleb died. He had many good qualities and made many changes to the lives and habits of the Quraish. In the year known as Aam al-Feel or Year of the Elephant in which his grandson the Prophet of Islam was to be born, a miraculous incident happened, when Abraha, the governor of Abyssinian-occupied Yemen, riding an elephant, marched upon Mecca to raze down the holy Ka’ba and in the process his soldiers seized the camel-herd of Abdul Muttaleb, who boldly approached the invader and demanded the return of his camels. When Abraha mockingly asked him as to why he is not requesting that the Ka’ba should be spared, Abdul Muttaleb said: I am the owner of camels, while the Ka’ba has its own Owner. No sooner did the elephantine army of Abraha tried to storm the city, a swarm of tiny birds appeared overhead by the command of God Almighty, raining death upon men and beasts by dropping pebbles upon them and reducing them to resemble chewed straw, as Surah al-Feel of the holy Qur’an states. To Abdul-Muttaleb goes the credit of having a divinely-inspired dream that led to the rediscovery and unearthing of the spring of Zamzam which God Almighty had caused to burst from under the feet of a thirsty little Ishmael, as his mother Hajar, frantically ran between the hillocks of Safa and Marwa, trying to find water for her seemingly dying son. When grandson Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) was born and the infant soon became orphan with the death of his father Abdullah, the doting grandfather Abdul-Muttaleb took care of the boy until his own death 8 years later, but before breathing his last, gave custody of the child to his other son, the monotheist Imran Abul Taleb – the guardian of both his nephew and the creed of Islam in Mecca. Abdul-Muttaleb’s another son was the valiant Hamzah, who was also a devout Muslim and achieved martyrdom in the Battle of Ohad, which the pagan Arabs imposed upon the Prophet.
1391 solar years ago, on this day in 630 AD, Mecca, the then centre of paganism, peacefully surrendered to Muslim at the approach of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA) without notice with some 10,000 believers, following the breach of the Treaty of Hodaibiyyah signed two years earlier by the Arabs. The Prophet declared general amnesty to his bitter foes and even did not retaliate against the killers of his dear uncle, Hamza, that is, the Abyssinian slave Wahshi and his masters who had ordered him to commit the savagery at Ohad five years earlier – Hind and her husband Abu Sufyan. He spared them by calling them "tulaqa” or freed slaves. This display of the clemency had a profound effect and multitudes of Qoreish started embracing the truth of Islam, as borne out by "Surah Nasr” revealed by God on this day. The Prophet ordered demolishment of temples and the holy Ka’ba was cleansed of the idols the polytheists had installed at Abraham’s edifice of monotheism. The chief idol atop the Ka’ba was pulled down by Imam Ali (AS), who, the Prophet lifted on his shoulders to end idolatry in Arabia. The lunar hijri calendar date is 20th Ramadhan 8 AH.
1132 solar years ago, on this day in 889 AD, Abdur-Rahman III, the Omayyad Emir of Cordoba, and the first self-styled caliph of Spain, was born to a Christian concubine, while his father’s mother was also a Christian concubine. He succeeded his grandfather, Abdullah, and broke all allegiance with the Abbasid caliphate of Baghdad. During his 49-year rule until his death at the age of 72, his legitimacy was under serious question as a result of the bid by the Fatemid Ismaili Shi’ite Dynasty of North Africa to expand its sphere of influence in Spain, where Muslims considered the Omayyads as usurpers and the descendants of the Prophet worthier of governance.
992 lunar years ago, on this day in 450 AH, Abu’l-Abbas Ahmad ibn Ali an-Najashi, passed away in Matirabad near the city of Samarra in Iraq at the age of 78. He is considered the earliest and among the most authentic Shi’ite Muslim scholars of "Ilm ar-Rijaal”, which literally means "Knowledge of Men”, and refers to a discipline of Islamic religious science in which the narrators of hadith are evaluated. His book "Rijaal an-Najashi” has been the most reliable source of information about early ulema and scholars of the School of the Ahl al-Bayt of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA), and paved the way for later generations to further explore this vital field. His seventh ancestor, Abdullah an-Najashi, the governor of Ahvaz and Fars during the reign of Mansour Dawaniqi, the 2nd self-styled caliph of the usurper Abbasid regime, was a student of Imam Ja’far Sadeq (AS), the 6th Infallible Heir of Prophet Mohammad (SAWA). He compiled the Imam’s answers to his queries under the title "Risalat-Abdullah an-Najashi”.
696 solar years ago, on this day in 1325 AD, Mexico City, the capital of Mexico, was built by one of the Aztec kings before the European invaders set foot on American soil.
268 solar years ago, on this day in 1753 AD, Hans Sloane, British physician, naturalist and collector of books, manuscripts and curios, that formed the basis for the British Museum in London, died, leaving one of the world’s largest and most varied collections of natural history specimens.
142 solar years ago, on this day in 1879 AS, the Anglo-Zulu War began, and lasted almost six months at the end of which the British annexed the Zulu kingdom to their dominion of South Africa, massacring a large number of natives and destroying their homes and hearths.
117 solar years ago, on this day in 1904 AD, British occupation troops massacred 1,000 dervishes in Somaliland, which although the northern part of the Republic of Somalia, is today a self-declared independent state which no country or organization has recognized.
85 solar years ago, on this day in 1935 AD, scholar and renowned orator, Seyyed Abu’l-Qassim Dehkordi, passed away in Isfahan at the age of 79 He wrote several books including "Jannat al-Maawa” on ethics, and annotation of Fayz Kashani’s "Tafsir Saafi” on ayahs of the holy Qur’an.
41 solar years ago, on this day in 1979 AD, during the most sensitive phase of Iran’s Islamic Movement, when the US was making feverish efforts to maintain the British-installed Pahlavi regime, the Father of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini (RA), ordered formation of the Revolutionary Council. Its main duties were to coordinate the people’s struggles against the Shah and set the stage for formation of the interim government after the regime’s downfall. Imam Khomeini emphasized not just the ouster of the Shah, but establishment of the Islamic system for guaranteeing people’s freedom, Iran’s independence, and administration of social justice. After the Shah’s ouster, the Revolutionary Council also acted as a lawmaking body until the formation of the elected Majlis (parliament).
10 solar years ago, on this day in 2010 AD, Professor Mas’oud Ali Mohammadi, Iran’s nuclear physicist was martyred when a bomb-rigged motorcycle blew up outside his home in Tehran. The assassins were hirelings of the US and the Zionist entity. The next year, on capture and trial, one of the principal assassins, Majid Jamali Fashi confessed that he was an operative of Mossad and had visited the usurper state of Israel.
7 solar years ago, on this day in 2014 AD, notorious Zionist terrorist, Ariel Sharon, known as the "Butcher of Beirut”, plunged into the bowels of hell after languishing in coma for eight years as a result of divine wrath that struck him on January 5, 2006, for his crimes against humanity.


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