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Finally on the 21St of Ramadhan the Imam attained martyrdom, an event which plunged the Ummah into chaos and enabled the Omayyud tyrants to seize power and distort Islam.

Let us now review the days of joy in this blessed month. On 15th Ramadhan, in the second year of the Hijra, the Prophet became a grandfather, when son Hassan (a.s.) was born to his daughter Fatima and Imam Ali (a.s.). It was a very happy occasion for the AhI-ul-Bait and none was more happy than Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.).

The Qur'an and hadith bear witness to his pristine purity, enjoining Muslims to love and tread the radiant path of the Prophet's illustrious progeny. Being forced to abdicate the Khaliphate a few months after his father Imam Au's martrydom, Imam Hassan (a.s.) spent the rest of his life in Medina propagating and expounding Islam and the Holy Qur'an.

The same year on 2nd Ramadhan, the history of faith and righteousness took a new turn, when a few hundred Muslims defeated a vastly superior force of Meccan pagans, at a place called Badr. It was the first armed encounter the new found Islamic State had to face, and by the Grace of the Almighty, it came out with flying colours.

Six years later, in the year 8 A.H. Allah bestowed another great victory for the Prophet in blessed Ramadhan, when Mecca the hitherto bastion of infidelity fell without a fight. Abu Sufyan and his pagan hordes laid down their arms, and Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w.) entered his birthplace granting amnesty to his deadly adversaries on condition they accept Islam. He then purged that pinnacle of monotheism, the Holy Ka'ba , Of the filth of idols, with Imam All personally dismantling the deities atop the holy house. Bilal, the Abyssinian then called the faithful to prayer.

"There is no god but Allah, and Muhammad is the Prophet of Allah."

Hence, dear Muslims we must strive to keep fresh the memory of these great events which shaped our history and laid firm the foundations of the Almighty's last revelation to mankind, Islam. By organising speeches and lectures, as is normally seen in Ramadhan, we not only enlighten our young ones of the significance of this blessed month and its immortal events, but also acquaint others of Islam's lofty teachings. Likewise it is

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