Aisha in Hell ... عائشة فى النار ... Aïcha en Enfer

Shia Muslims celebrating the Death of Aisha and her entrance into Hell while chanting:
"Aisha in Hell, Aisha in Hell, Aisha in Hell."

Des Musulmans Chiites qui célèbrent la Mort d'Aïcha et son entrée en Enfer en chantant:
"Aïcha en Enfer, Aïcha en Enfer."

بعض المسلمين الشيعة يحتفلون بموت عائشة و دخولها النار و يغنون: عائشة فى النار، عائشة فى النار


See also: Aisha and Safwan

Voir aussi: Aïcha et Safwan

شاهد أيضا: عائشة و صفوان


  1. What terrible thing did Aisha do, and to whom? One Guess!

  2. My guess, er, yes! She was driving a car unescorted by her husband...

  3. God only knows. I absolutely seriously believe the damned mullahs and ayatollahs of Shia Islam are not only vicious totalitarians, exactly like Pol Pot, Joseph Stalin, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Mao Zedong and even Adolf Hitler, but that they are also completely insane. I have never heard even one report about any of them doing anything good for anybody. Even Satanists look good compared to them.

  4. Yes, Aisha poisoned Mohammed pouring the poison down his throat at the behest of her father Abu Bakr who wanted to be caliph. Next, Omar poisoned Abu Bakr. Next, Omar was stabbed by an envoy of the next caliph. Next, Uthman was murdered. Next, Ali and his sons were murdered...a lot of blood in Islam. Has it changed yet...or is assassination what they mean by 'peace'?

    1. AISHA:


      What is the proof that Mu'awiya killed Aisha and her brother Abdul-Rahman as well as Saad bin Abi-Waqqas?

      ( Section : Misdeed )

      Question :

      May peace and the mercy of Allah be upon you.

      Eminent Sheikh Yasser al-Habib (may Allah protect him).

      We have a couple of questions, most of them are related to issues concerning historical incidents and important historical figures.

      What are the historical evidences we can rely upon to confirm that Mu'awiya killed Aisha, and her brother, and Abu Bakr, and Saad, son of Abi-Waqqas?

      Pray for us. Thank you in advance.

      Answer :

      In His Name, splendid be the praise of Him. May peace and the mercy and blessings of Allah be upon you.

      May Allah increase our rewards and your rewards in the remembrance of the tragedy of the martyr Hussain, his household and companions (may Allah's blessings be upon them). May Allah make us and you among those who demand their revenge along with our Leader, the Master of the Command (may Allah's blessings be upon him, and may Allah hasten his noble reappearance).
      In a previous reply we discussed how the relationship between Aisha and Mu'awiya (may the curse of Allah be upon them both) was at unrest during its last days, as well as the relationship between Mu'awiya and Aisha's brother, Abdul-Rahman. The cause of this unrest was Mu'awiya's desire to appoint his son, Yazeed (may Allah curse him), as his successor, which was disliked by Aisha and Abdul-Rahman and hence they opposed him. This strengthens the possibility that Mu'awiya ordered the execution of them so that he may pass the leadership to his son.

      Among those who stated that Mu'awiya killed Aisha as well as killed several others; was Al-A'mash (i.e. Sulayman, son of Mahran), a reliable and trustworthy person according to us and to the Bakris alike. Al-Nibati narrates the following of him: «When he (Mu'awiya) entered Kufa, he said: "I did not kill you in order to make you perform prayer and fasting, because I know you were performing this! Rather I killed you so that I may rule over you!" Upon then, Al-A'mash said: "Have you seen a man with less modesty than him? He has killed seventy thousand people, among them are Ammar, and Khuzayma, and Hijr, and Amr, son of al-Hamaq, and Mohammad, son of Abi-Bakr, and Aws, and the son of Sawhan, and the son of Al-Tayyehan, and Aisha, and the son of Hassan, and then he says this!?"» [1]

      Some might criticize the reliability of this narration for the fact that Al-A'mash wasn't alive during Mu'awiya's era, and that he was born the same year in which Abi-Abdillah al-Hussain (may Allah's blessings be upon him) was martyred. However, this criticism is rejected, because his purpose in this narration wasn't to testify his witnessing of the incidents, but rather he only meant to mention historical incidents, and hence this narration of his was only to inform others of Mu'awiya's acts.

    2. AISHA:

      PART 2

      As for the question concerning how Mu'awiya actualled performed the killing; Al-Nibati narrates of the author of Al-Masalit that Mu'awiya: «…He was sitting on the pulpit and commanding people to pay allegiance to Yazeed. Upon then Aisha said: "Did the two Sheikhs (here she meant Abu Bakr and Omar) call for the pledge of allegiance for their sons?" He said: "No." She said: "Then who do you follow (as your example)?" Then he became embarrased, so he prepared a hole for her in which she fell and died.»

      According to the narration of the son of Abil-'Aass, he said: «"Which spot do you wish to be buried in?" She said: "I had decided to be buried next to the Messenger of Allah, however I invented new things (to the religion) after him, so bury me in Al-Baqee." It is also reported that Mu'awiya used to threaten people to make them pay their allegiance to Yazeed. This news reached Aisha, so she entered upon him after her two uncles while riding a donkey, and it urinated and laid it droppings on his carpet. Then he said: "I can not stand the words of this obscene woman!" Then he arranged for her end. Abdullah, son of Zubayr, used to mock him with the following words:

      "The donkey went with the mother of Amr,
      She didn't return, nor did the donkey return!"» [2]

      It was done in the 58th year of the noble Hijrah. Sheikh al-Nemazi says: «In year 58, Mu'awiya toppled Aisha into the well.» [3]

      As for her brother, Abdul-Rahman, his death was due to unknown circumstances in a place called "Al-Habashi", and it took place after he left Medina for Mecca in response to Marwan, son of Hakam, who called him to pay allegiance to Yazeed. It is probable that Mu'awiya sent someone to kill him and bury him alive. The first one who doubted that he died a natural death; was his sister Aisha. Al-Hakem and Ibn Asakir both narrated that she saw a woman go into prostration and then die. Upon then she said: «"In this woman, I find a lesson for Abdul-Rahman, son of Abi-Bakr; he rested in one of his resting places, and when they went to wake him up, they found him dead." Then Aisha suspected that this was done to him out of evil, and that it was done quickly (to finish him off), and that he was buried alive. She saw that he was a lesson for her. Then, whatever was in her of these suspections went away.» [4]

      However, even though doubt was removed from Aisha - or at least that's what the narration says - doubt is not removed from us, because we have already been informed of Mu'awiya's character; a tyrant specialized in political assassinations!

      As for Saad, son of Abi-Waqqas, the Bakri sources state that Mu'awiya assassinated him with poison just like how Imam Hassan (may Allah's blessings be upon him) was killed. Among these narrations is the following that is narrated by Al-Maqdasi on the authority of Sha'ba, who said: «Saad and Hassan, son of Ali, died on one (and the same) day. He said: It is reported that Mu'awiya poisoned them.» [5] The following is narrated by Abul-Faraj al-Esfahani: «Mu'awiya poisoned him (i.e. Imam Hassan) when he wanted to make Yazeed the successor after him, and he poisoned Saad, son of Abi-Waqqas, as well. They both died on days close to each other.» [6]

      May Allah grant you and us knowledge and understanding. Peace. The 5th of the month of Muharram al-Haram, year 1429.

      [1] Al-Sirat al-Mustaqeem, by Al-Nibati al-Amili, volume 3, page 48

      [2] Ibid. Volume 3, page 45

      [3] Mustadrak Safinat al-Bihar, volume 5, page 214

      [4] Mustadrak al-Hakem, volume 3, page 476, and Tareekh Dimashq, by Ibn Asakir, volume 35, page 37

      [5] Al-Bid' wal-Tareekh, by Al-Maqdasi, page 153

      [6] Maqatil-ul-Talibyeen, volume 5, page 31

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    The oppression against Al-Zahra, and the killing of Al-Zahra in that monstrous way by Omar…are there any sources in their (Sunni) books that mention this incident, even indirectly???

    The sources that speak about the oppression of the Greatest Truthful Lady, Her Father's Mother, Fatima al-Zahra (may Allah's blessings be upon her), are more than to be counted. Here are some of them:

    • What has been narrated by Al-Shahrastani of Ibrahim, son of Sayyar al-Mu'tazili al-Nazzam, who said: «Omar hit Fatima on the day of the pledge of allegiance to such a degree that she lost the fetus in her stomach, and he used to cry out: "Burn her house along with those inside!" None were inside the house but Ali, and Fatima, and Hassan, and Hussain.» [1]

    This was also narrated by Al-Safadi on behalf of Al-Nazzam, with the following phrase: «Omar hit the stomach of Fatima on the day of the pledge of allegiance to such a degree that she lost Al-Muhassin.» [2]

    • What has been narrated of Al-Baladhiri, of Sulayman al-Taymi, and of Abdullah, son of 'Awn - both of these are trusted by the Bakris - who both said: «Abu Bakr sent (a message) to Ali that he wanted for him to pledge allegiance, and he did not pledge allegiance to him. Thereupon, Omar came and brought a lamp with him. Fatima then approached him at the door, and Fatima said: "O son of Al-Khattab! Are you going to burn my door?" He said: "Yes."» [3]

    • What has been narrated of Ibn Abd Rabbah - who is regarded as one of their approved and virtuous personalities - who said the following regarding those who failed to pledge allegiance to Abu Bakr (may Allah curse him): «They were Ali, and Abbas, and Zubayr, and Saad, son of Ubada. As for Ali, and Abbas, and Zubayr, they were sitting in the house of Fatima till Abu Bakr sent Omar, son of al-Khattab, to force them out of Fatima's house, and he told him: "If they refuse, then fight them!" Then he approached them with a piece of burning wood in order to set their house on fire. Fatima approached him and said: "O son of Al-Khattab! Have you come to burn our house?" He said: "Yes, or you will enter that which the nation has entered (the allegiance of Abu Bakr)."» [4]

    • What has been narrated of Ibn Qutayba al-Daynouri - who is regarded by them as "Al-Sadouq" (the excessively truthful man), as Ibn Hajar described him - who said: «Abu Bakr was missing a people who failed to pledge allegiance to him who were at the place of Ali (may Allah dignify his face). So he sent Omar to them, who then came and called for them while they were in the house of Ali, and they refused to go ut. So he called for wood, and he said: "By Him whom in His Hands is the self of Omar, you will go out or I will burn it on those who are inside it!" Then it was said to him: "O Aba-Hafs! Fatima is in it!" He said: "And so what?!" So they went out and all pledged allegiance, except for Ali, for it is claimed that he said: "I have sworn to not go out, nor place my robe on my shoulders until I collect the Qur'an." Thereupon, Fatima (may Allah be pleased with her) stood at her door and said: "I have never seen a people that have approached us in a worse way than you! You left the Messenger of Allah (may Allah's blessings be upon him) a corpse between our hands and you agreed between yourselves to neither obey us nor return our right!"

    PART 2

    Thereupon, Omar went to Abu Bakr, and he said to him: "Will you not take this man who has failed to pledge allegiance to you?" Then Abu Bakr said to Qunfudh, who was a servant to him: "Go and call Ali to me." So he went to Ali, and he (Ali) said to him: "What is your desire?" Then he said: "The successor of Allah's Messengers calls for you." Then Ali said: "How quick are you to lie about Allah's Messenger!" So he returned and delivered the message. Thereupon, Abu Bakr cried for a long time. Then Omar said: "Do not act slowly for this man who failed to pledge allegiance to you." Then Abu Bakr said to Qunfudh: "Return to him and say to him: 'The successor of Allah's Messenger calls for you to pledge allegiance.'" Qunfudh came to him and did what he was asked. Ali raised his voice and said: "Glory be to Allah! He claims something that is not for him!" Qunfudh returned and delivered the message. Thereupon, Abu Bakr cried for a long time. Then Omar stood up and a group of people walked with him till they reached the door of Fatima, and they knocked the door. When she heared their voices, the shouted with her loudest voice: "O my father, O Allah's Messenger! What have we faced after you from the son of Al-Khattab and the son of Abi-Quhafa!"» [5]

    • What has been narrated of Al-Juwayni in his chain of narrators of Ibn Abbas, of the Messenger of Allah (may Allah's blessings be upon him and his family) who foretold what will happen to his daughter, Al-Zahra (may Allah's blessings be upon her). He said: «And when I saw her, I remembered what will happen to her after me as if I was her and humiliation entered her house, and her sanctity was violated, and her right was usurped, and she was prevented from her inheritance, and her side-rib was broken, and she lost her unborn child, and she was screaming: "O Mohammadah! And she was not answered! And she asks for help but is not helped! And she will remain, after me, sorrowful, and grieved, and crying."» [6]

    • What has been narrated of Al-Suyuti in regards of Abu Bakr's (may Allah curse him) regret for his attack on the house of Al-Zahra al-Batoul (may Allah's blessings be upon her), in which he said: «I wish that I had not revealed the house of Fatima, and that I had rather left it, even if it would have remained closed for a war!"» [7]
    May Allah prescribe to you all that is good in this world and the Hereafter.
    The 24th of Sha'ban, year 1426.
    [1] Al-Milal wal-Nihal, by Al-Shahrastani, volume 1, page 57
    [2] Al-Wafi bil-Wafiyat, by Al-Safadi, volume 6, page 17
    [3] Ansaab-ul-Ashraf, by Al-Baladhiri Ahmad, son of Yahya, son of Jabir al-Baghdadi, volume 1, page 586
    [4] Al-Aqd al-Fareed, by Ibn Abd Rabbah al-Andalusi, volume 5, page 13
    [5] Al-Imama wal-Siyasa, by Ibn Qutayba, page 12
    [6] Fara'id al-Simtayn, by Al-Juwayni al-Shafi'i, volume 2, page 34
    [7] Musnad Fatima, by Al-Suyuti, page 34. The same report of Abu Bakr was also narrated of Al-Tabarani in Al-Mu'jam-ul-Kabeer, volume 1, page 62, and Al-Tabari in his history book, volume 3, page 430, and Ibn Abd Rabbah in Al-Aqd al-Fareed, volume 2, page 254, and many others.


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