Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s) – the youngest child of Imam Hussain bin Ali ibne Abi Talib (a.s) and Bibi Rubab (s.a), the daughter of the chief of the tribe of Kinda Imraul Qays – was born on 9th Rajab 60 A.H in the Holy city of Madina only few weeks before Imam Hussain (a.s) left Madina.
Six-month old Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s), the beloved brother of Bibi Sakina bintul Hussain (a.s) about whom a saying of Imam Hussain (a.s) goes that I do not like the place where Sakina (s.a) is not present, has the honour of being the youngest martyr of Karbala.
Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s) is given the title “Bab al-Hawa’ij” (the door to fulfilling people’s needs) along with Hazrat Abbas (a.s). Whatever your needs are, use him as a waseela to ask Allah and they will be granted.
At Karbala Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s) was only six months old. The fact that Imam took with him a newly born baby further demonstrates the his intention was never to engage in any armed rebellion.
The Jhoola or cradle in Muharram processions and gatherings is taken out in memory of Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s) to remember his sacrifice.
Heartiest Congratulations to Imam al-asr (ajtf) and all the believers of Ahlulbayt (a.s) on the auspicious occasion of birth anniversary of Noor e Rabab (s.a), Jaan e Hussain (a.s), Shah e Tabassum, Babul Hawaij, the youngest flower of Gul e Zahra (s.a), Hazrat Ali Asghar (a.s). ♥