Peace be upon you father of Al Hasan

In the name of Allah, the Abundantly Merciful, the Intensely Merciful.

Praise be to Allah.

May the peace, mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you.

During these days, the life of Ali bin Abi Talib, may the prayers of Allah be upon him, was sealed.

A life filled with pain and suffering and which he found no comfort in.
He was a boy but he did not find an opportunity to play like every other boy and enjoy his childhood; Allah wished to dispatch as a prophet the one who raised him, so he found himself in the heart of a verbal battle that often led to the throwing of stones. In fact, sometimes it led to ripping the guts apart.

He grew up in that environment only to find that he had no choice but to carry a sword to defend the new religion, its prophet and the ones who believed in him.

Before Muhammad pbuhap departed, Allah appointed Ali a vicegerent of Allah on His earth after the vicegerent of Allah, Muhammad, just as the way of Allah has always been.

Muhammad died.

So Ali found that he had no choice but to demand a divine right that the people swarmed to usurp.

His demand led to the people swarming around him, gathering their army and gangs to attack his home, dragging him tied up in ropes, oppressing him, offending him, and causing harm to his wife, Fatimah the daughter of Muhammad pbuhap, although it was authentically narrated that whoever harms her harms her father, the prophet Muhammad, and angers Allah SWT.

Fatimah died.

Ali remained oppressed, sitting in his home for more than twenty years.

Mistakes piled up, the cries of the oppressed ones became louder, and after the three, most people did not find a solution for what they were in except with Ali.

Satan welcomed him with three wars for which he prepared all the satans of the earth, once being led by Aisha, once by Muawiya and Ibn al-As, and finally by Satan himself. These battles did not end except with Ali lying in bed, covered in his blood.

Peace be upon you, father of al-Hasan, to the degree of the suffering and pain you endured.

Peace be upon you father of al-Hasan. You have moved far ahead and you exhausted the one who succeeds you tremendously. Your tragedy was great in the heavens, and your calamity devastated all creatures; we belong to Allah and unto him do we return.

May God increase your rewards on the occasion of the calamity of the Prince of Believers Ali bin Abi Talib, may the prayers of Allah be upon him. 

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