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The first day of Arabic twelfth month Dhul-Hajjah in the Islamic calendar coincides with the blessed and auspicious wedding anniversary of Imam Ali and Hazrat Fatimah az-Zahra (SA); a celestial wedding which was ordered by the Almighty Allah (SWT).

In choosing his future wife, a personality like Imam Ali would never content himself with ordinary criteria such as having temporary peace or tranquility in life; rather, he would take into consideration all dimensions of the matter.

He seeks to marry a godly woman who would be of the same rank as himself in faith, piety, knowledge, insight, chastity, and nobility; and this lady is certainly no one but the distinguished daughter of the Holy Prophet , whose virtues and merits was well known by Imam Ali since the date of her birth.

While congratulating the auspicious and blessed wedding anniversary of Hazrat Ali Ibn Abi Talib and Hazrat Fatimah az-Zahra (SA) to all followers and lovers of Ahl al-Bayt, we express hope that Muslims all over the world would take steps in the way of attaining spiritual perfection by modeling their behaviors on the characteristics of these two honorable, divine personalities.

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The sacred month of Zil-Hijjah is one of the highly blessed months.

Sayyeda Fatimah az-Zahra (SA) wedding details.

Eid al-Adha - Friday, January 21, 2005

Following the official announcement made by the Supreme Judiciary Council of Saudi Arabia that the standing in prayer of pilgrims on Mount Arafat (The Day of Arafat), the cornerstone of the five-day annual pilgrimage, will be held on January 20th 2005 (Thursday).

The Hajj will start on January 19th with the assembly of more than 2 million pilgrims in Mina, a valley near Makkah, on their way to Arafat, where Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) gave his last sermon.

Hence, Eid al-Adha will be celebrated on January 21st 2005 (Friday), Inshallah.

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Haider53 (February 22, 2005 at 4:45am)
very interesting