[1], The expenses of enforcing Umayyad rule in Iraq and the expansionist war efforts along multiple fronts, including the enormous cost of the failed sieges of Constantinople in 717–718, had erased much of the monetary gains from the conquests of Transoxiana, Sind and the Iberian Peninsula under al-Walid I and caused a financial crisis in the Caliphate. An anecdote told of Yazid is that his wife Su'da learning he was pining for an expensive slave girl, purchased this slave girl and presented her to Yazid as a gift. upright, meticulously loyal and ruthless in the collection of taxes. Historically, the provinces neglected to forward the revenues if political conditions allowed and governors often pilfered such funds. [43] The Egypt-based Arabic historians al-Kindi (d. 961), Bishop Severus ibn al-Muqaffa (d. 987) and al-Maqrizi (d. 1442) also make note of the edict and describe its execution in Egypt. His sister Sakinah (a.s.) arranged provisions for the journey for him worth one thousand Dirham and dispatched it for him. Yazid It’s Aa very famous name in the arab lands. Then you may marry her after the completion of her Iddah”.2. She was a wealthy merchant from Mecca who employed the 24-year-old Muhammad and then proposed marriage. [30] The defeat of the Muhallabids and Yazid's successive appointments to the governorship of Iraq of Maslama—who was shortly dismissed for not forwarding the provincial tax surplus to the caliph's treasury—and Maslama's lieutenant Umar ibn Hubayra al-Fazari signaled a triumph for the Qays–Mudar faction in the province and its eastern dependencies. If u think its right then next time give this very name ‘Lanaat Ullah’ to ur next son will u? [18] Indeed, members of the Quda'a's principal tribe, the Banu Kalb, had formed the core of the caliph's army during the suppression, pursuit and elimination of the Muhallabids. Bayazeed Bustami means Aba Yazeed or Abu Yazeed meaning father of Yazeed. She was the daughter of Yazid I, and wife of Abd al-Malik ibn Marwan.Some called her the scholar cause she studied Muslim religion, especially Hadith.She was also called generous as she gave up all of her money for a poor member of Abu Sufyan's family.. He married the other one to Muhammad bin Abu Bakr, who bore him Qasim bin Muhammad bin Abu Bakr, while both of them were maternal cousins. Of whom the Prophet spoke highly, with love, The Muslims will loot and with them they will fight? On the day of the battle of Malh, in the days on the ignorance, he was a Christian, he accepted Islam during the Caliphate of Umar bin Khattab. Copyright 2011-2020 QuranicNames.com. His mother was Layla, the daughter of Abi Murrah bin Urwah bin Mas’ood Saqafi. on Tuesday 17th of April 2018 12:32:21 PM, The six sahabas (raliyallahu anhu) listed below , were among the companions of Prophet Mohammed ( swallahu alaihi wassalam) who partcipated in the battle of there after called or addressed as the Shuhadha Badr…, 1)Yazeed ibn al-Akhnas al-Muhajiri(raliyallahu anhu) She answered, “I do not desire to have anyone as my father in law after the Prophet of Allah (S)”. Hisham (bin Muhammad Kalbi) says, that Rabab was from among the best and most learned women, and after the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.) people sent her proposals of marriage. I wed my other daughter Salama to you, while O Husayn! [1], Yazid did not possess military or administrative experience before his reign. 6)Yazeed ibn al-Mundhir al-Khazraji(raliyallahu anhu), Among the above ” Yazeed ibn al-Harith ibn Fushum ash-Shahad al-Khazraji (raliyallahu anhu) ” was the swahaba who was killed during the battle of Badr…. [11], Yazid built the Umayyad desert palaces of al-Qastal and al-Muwaqqar, both in the general vicinity of Amman. To ensure the flow of revenues to the treasury, Yazid appointed governors based on the example set by al-Hajjaj, i.e. When Imam reached Hirrah (near Madinah) he distributed all the wealth among the destitutes. 1 Beside herself with grief, she cries out her prayers. [21] Most of the pious Qur'an readers and the mawālī (non-Arab Muslim converts) of Basra supported Ibn al-Muhallab's cause, with the exception of the prominent scholar al-Hasan al-Basri. [12], By dint of his descent, Yazid was a natural candidate for the succession to the caliphate. 680–683). Lanat on this bastard. Name Yazid Categories. [1] During Umar II's rule the militarist camp led by Maslama may have accepted a temporary pause in activity to recover from the Constantinople debacle. [41] In 723 he led another raid north of Balanjar, but made no remarkable gains. Historians have recorded Yazid's genealogy, who is from the Banu Umayya clan of the tribe of Quraysh, as follows: "Yazid b.Mu'awiya b. Sakhr b. Harb b. Umayya b. Abd Shams b. Abd Manaf. [18], Evading the pursuit of Umar's or Yazid's commanders, Ibn al-Muhallab made his way to Basra, the center of his family and Azd Uman tribe. JazakAllah Khairan on Thursday 10th of November 2016 04:12:24 PM. “There should be no Shahezanan (Mistress of the women in Persian) upon the nation of Muhammad (S) but should be Sayyidatun Nisa (Mistress of the women in Arabic). Formerly Umm Ishaq was married to Imam Hasan (a.s.), and when his end drew near, he told his brother Imam Husayn (a.s.) that, “I am pleased with this woman, when I am dead you may take her to your house. Professional Details So leave this matter to Allah. Katwa died on the island and at some point Mu'awiya married her sister Fakhita. [32], The orientalist Henri Lammens considers Yazid's portrayal as "a pro-Mudar and anti-Yaman extremist" as "unfair, as he actually tried to balance the conflicting groups, just as other Umayyad rulers did". She was also called generous as she gave up all of her money for a poor member of Abu Sufyan's family. [3], Yazid established marital ties to the family of the powerful viceroy of Iraq for his father and brother Caliph al-Walid I (r. 705–715), al-Hajjaj ibn Yusuf (d. 714), marrying the latter's niece Umm al-Hajjaj, the daughter of Muhammad ibn Yusuf al-Thaqafi. [9], An anecdote told of Yazid is that his wife Su'da learning he was pining for an expensive slave girl, purchased this slave girl and presented her to Yazid as a gift. “By your life! Affiliation: We (the author) say, that we strongly perceive that her real name was Salafah, which was erroneously changed to Salamah or vice versa. Imam Ali (a.s.) said. [39], In March 722 the Syrian army of Yazid's governor in Armenia and Adharbayjan, Mi'laq ibn Saffar al-Bahrani, was routed by the Khazars in Armenia, south of the Caucasus. Tom Clancy's Jack Ryan Books on Islam, Muslims, Prophet Muhammad(s), Ahlul Bayt. The defeat marked the culmination of the Caliphate's winter campaign against the Khazars and resulted in considerable Syrian losses. Will u start calling all people who have this name are bad, or this is not good name?? Yazeed is a direct Quranic name for boys that means “he makes progress”, “he increases in power and wealth”, “he becomes happier”, “he increases in virtue”.eval(ez_write_tag([[580,400],'quranicnames_com-medrectangle-3','ezslot_7',113,'0','0'])); And so they fall down upon their faces, weeping, and [their consciousness of God’s grace] increases their humility. Abul Faraj Isfahani relates that Sakinah was along with the daughter of Caliph Usman (bin Affan) in a mourning gathering. [36] Unlike the era of al-Hajjaj, however, Yazid applied this principle for the first time to Ifriqiya, Khurasan, Sind and the Iberian Peninsula. If you regularly visit this site and wish to show your appreciation, or if you wish to see further development of Al-Islam.org, please donate online. Damiri relates from Faeq, that Sakinah, the daughter of Imam Husayn (a.s.), came weeping to her mother Rabab, while she was an infant. Status: [1], However, Atikah was known as she was a relative to twelve Umayyad caliphs (out of fourteen)[a] and this enabled her to take off her Hijab in front of them, and no other known woman that had such number of mahrams (men permitted to see her hair according to muslim sharia) between caliphs. 724–743). Anti-Umayyad groups began to gain power among the disaffected. Atikah bint Yazid (Arabic: عاتكة بنت يزيد ‎) was an Umayyad princess. Last appearance: • Abdullah (popularly referred to as Ali al Asghar), who was martyred in his infancy along with his father. It is said that, while feasting with Hababah, Yazid threw a grape into her mouth, on which she choked and died in his arms. Female Sahabi Names, Female Sahaba Names. Yazid I is considered an evil figure by most Muslims for having killed Husayn ibn Ali, the prophet Muhammad's grandson and starting the Second Fitna crisis. The noblemen of Quraysh sent her proposals of marriage, but she replied, “I do not desire to have anyone as my father in law after the Prophet of Allah (S)”. Introduction: Birth of Our Master Imam Husayn (a.s.), the oppressed, On some of the virtues of Imam Husayn (a.s.), His eloquence, abstinence, humility, and worship, Forty Traditions (Ahadith) regarding the merit of mourning over the afflictions of Imam Husayn (a.s.), the reward of invoking curse upon his murderers, and prophesies regarding his martyrdom, Part 1: On what befell Imam Husayn (a.s.) before Yazid bin Mu’awiyah claimed alle­giance from him, until his Martyrdom, Relating to the death of Mu’awiyah bin Abu Sufyan, The governor of Madina and Imam Husayn (a.s.), Discourse of Allamah Majlisi in Biharul Anwar, Conversation of Angels with Imam Husayn (a.s.), The army of genie in defense of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Dialogue of Umm Salama (a.s.) with Imam Husayn (a.s.) during his journey, Conversation of Jabir bin Abdullah Ansari with Imam Husayn (a.s.), On Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s intention on proceeding towards Makkah (from Madina) and the letters addressed to him by the people of Kufa, Letters of the people of Kufa to Imam Husayn (a.s.), Muslim bin Aqeel’s departure from Makkah in mid-Ramazan according to the discourse by Mas’oodi, Nu’man bin Basheer issues warning to the people of Kufa, An account of the personality of Nu’man bin Basheer, Ubaydullah bin Ziyad’s exit from Basra towards Kufa, Muslim bin Aqeel (a.s.) taken to the presence of Ubaydullah bin Ziyad, Martyrdom of Muslim bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib (a.s.), Pilgrimage to the grave of Hani bin Urwah Muradi, Meeting between Habib bin Mazahir and Meytham at Tammar, The Commander of the faithful Imam Ali (a.s.) reveals his mysteries to a well, Martyrdom of Rushayd al Hajari (May Allah sanctify his spirit), An account of the personality of Abu Arakah, Martyrdom of the two infant sons of Muslim bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib (a.s.), Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s intention of proceeding towards Iraq from Makkah, Relating to Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s departure from Makkah towards Iraq, Information to Hurr bin Yazeed ar Riyahi, his encounter with Imam Husayn (a.s.) and resisting him from going towards Kufa, Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s halt at the ground of Karbala, Umar bin Sa’ad’s entry, and the circumstances therein, Ubaydullah bin Ziyad’s letter to Imam Husayn (a.s.), Shimr bin Ziljawshan’s arrival at Karbala and the events on the night of ninth Muharram, Proposal of security to Abbas bin Ali (a.s.), Relating to the events of the night before Ashura’ (the tenth of Muharram), Relating to the events of the day of Ashura’, the array of the two armies and Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s remonstration amidst the people of Kufa, Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s sermon on the day of Ashura’, Zuhair bin Qayn’s address amidst the people of Kufa, Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s address to the people of Kufa, Praise of the battle of the companions of Imam Husayn (a.s.) and their Martyrdom (May Allah be pleased with them), Reminding for Prayers by Abu Samamah Saedi and the Martyrdom of Habib bin Mazahir, Martyrdom of Abdullah and Abdul Rahman Ghifari, Martyrdom of a collective number of companions of Imam Husayn (a.s), Martyrdom of Suwayd bin ‘Amr bin Abi Muta’, Receding to the account of the condition of the companions of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Combat of the members of Imam Husayn (a.s.)’s Household (Ahlul Bayt) and their Martyrdom (May Allah be pleased with them), Martyrdom of Abul Hasan Ali bin Husayn al Akbar (a.s.), Regarding Urwah bin Mas’ood, the maternal (great) grandfather of Ali Akbar (a.s.), Martyrdom of Abdullah bin Muslim bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Aun bin Abdullah bin Ja’far bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Muhammad bin Abdullah bin Ja’far bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Abdul Rahman bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Ja’far bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Abdullah al Akbar bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Qasim bin Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Abdullah bin Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Abu Bakr bin Hasan bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of the sons of the Commander of the faithful Ali (a.s.), Martyrdom of Abdullah bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Ja’far bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Muhammad al Asghar bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Martyrdom of Abu Bakr bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Relating to the Martyrdom of our Master Abbas bin Ali bin Abi Talib (a.s.), Description of the valor of Hazrat Abbas (a.s.), Relating to the Martyrdom of Our Master Abu Abdullah Husayn (a.s.), and furthermore the Martyrdom of a suckling child and Abdullah bin Hasan (a.s.), Martyrdom of the suckling child (Abdullah, Ali al Asghar), Part 3: Relating to the incidents after the Martyrdom, Plundering of the belongings of Imam Husayn (a.s.) and the wailing of the womenfolk of Ahlul Bayt, Looting of the heads of the martyrs, jewelry of the women folk and Camels of the Master of the oppressed by the Kufan army, Incidents of the evening of the tenth of Muharram (Ashura’) and dispatching the blessed heads to the accursed Ubaydullah bin Ziyad, Exit of Umar bin Sa’ad from Karbala to Kufa, Relating to the burial of our Master Imam Husayn (a.s.) and his companions, Entry of the Household (Ahlul Bayt) of Imam Husayn (a.s.) into Kufa, Sayyidah Zainab bint Ali (a.s)’s sermon in Kufa, Imam Ali bin Husayn (a.s.)’s remonstration amidst the people of Kufa and his reproach to them for their breach of trust and deception, Sayyidah Umm Kulthum bint Ali (a.s.)’s sermon in Kufa, Relating to the entry of the Household of Imam Husayn (a.s.) into the presence of Ubaydullah bin Ziyad, Ubaydullah bin Ziyad dispatches Abdul Malik Salami to Madinah with the news of Martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.), and the sermon of Abdullah bin Zubayr in Makkah, Dispatching of the blessed heads of the Pure Household by Ubaydullah bin Ziyad, the accursed, from Kufa to Syria, and the events that occurred thereafter, A short Account of the Events taken place en route to Syria, Entry of the Household (Ahlul Bayt) into Syria and the blessed head in Damascus, Sayyidah Zainab (a.s.)’s sermon in the presence of Yazid, the accursed, on the first of the month of Safar, Dream of Sayyidah Sakinah, daughter of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Dream of the wife of Yazid and her lamenting upon Imam Husayn (a.s), Dream of the infant daughter of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Incident pertaining to an envoy of the Roman king in the court of Yazid, Dispatching of the Household (Ahlul Bayt) by Yazid from Syria to Madinah, Entry of the Household into Madinah, and their mourning upon Imam Husayn (a.s.), Part 4: Relating to the events that manifested after the Martyrdom of Abi Abdullah Imam Husayn (a.s.)…, Mourning of the Heavens and Earth and its inhabitants upon Imam Husayn (a.s.), An account of Zuhri on the Martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Complaining of the Angels regarding the Martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.) in the Audience of Allah and their lamenting upon him, Bemoaning of the Genies upon the Martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s), Incident of the congregation of Imam Moosa al Kazim (a.s.) on the day of Nawrooz, Elegies of poets expressing grief upon the Martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Part 5: Relating to the number of children and wives of Imam Husayn (a.s.), the merit of visiting his blessed grave, and the oppression of the Caliphs upon his grave, The children of Imam Husayn (a.s.) and some of his wives, As regards Sakinah, daughter of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Merit of visiting the grave of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Oppression of the Caliphs upon the blessed grave of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Conclusion: An account of the Tawwabeen (Penitents) and the rising of Mukhtar bin Abu Ubaydah Saqafi to avenge the blood of Imam Husayn (a.s.), The departure of the Tawwabeen and their Martyrdom, The elimination of the murderers of Imam Husayn (a.s.) by Mukhtar, Elimination of Umar bin Sa’ad and other murderers of Imam Husayn (a.s.), Ibraheem bin Malik Ashtar leaves for battle with Ubaydullah bin Ziyad, Nafasul Mahmum, Relating to the heart rending tragedy of Karbala'.

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