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Nikah of Lady Umme Kulthum(as)

In this article we have sought to refute Ansar.org’s claim that Umar al Faruq was the son in law of Imam ‘Ali (as). Afriki’s article is not a new piece of research scholarship against the Shi’a.Countless adherents of Mu’awiya have echoed these words and cited the same ‘proofs’, from al Muhaddith Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlavi, through to […]

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    In this article we have sought to refute Ansar.org's claim that Umar al Faruq was the son in law of Imam 'Ali (as). Afriki's article is not a new piece of research scholarship against the Shi'a.Countless adherents of Mu'awiya have echoed these words and cited the same 'proofs', from al Muhaddith Shah Abdul Aziz Dehlavi, through to countless Ulema of Sippa-e-Sahaba - all have tried and spectacularly failed, and all will appear before Rasulullah (s) on the Day of Judgement in ignominy and abject humiliation. The Shi'a firmly reject the notion that Imam 'Ali (as)married his young innocent daughter to Umar and through the course of this article we have shall provide over one hundred replies as to why we reject such a claim.

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