In the book al-Kāfi there is a tradition, which says that a wife of Imam Sajjad (a.s.) had some connection with the tribe of Bani Hanifa. A Shia of Imam (a.s.) informed him that this wife of his bore enmity to Amir ul-Mu’minīn (a.s.). After investigating the matter Imam (a.s.) divorced her. She had already received the Meher amount (Dower),
The short life History of Hadhrat Abbas (as)
It was the fourth of Sha’ban in the year 26 AH. In the holy city of Medina, a man came running to the Prophet’s Mosque. He stood for a moment at the door looking among the worshippers for some particular person.
He was excited and when he spotted the Prophet’s cousin and son-in-law, Imam Ali ibn Abi Taleb (PBUH), he rushed towards him breathlessly, shouting I have good news for you.The man was none other than Qanbar the faithful servant of the Imam.
He wiped the sweat off his forehead and said: my master I am coming from your house now and God Almighty has blessed with another son.
al-Husayn ibn Ali: Muslim leader and martyr
Born: January 626 (Shaban, 3); Medina, Saudi Arabia
Died: October 10, 680; Karbala, Iraq
Al-Husayn ibn Ali, (born January 626, Medina, Arabia [now in Saudi Arabia]—died Oct. 10, 680, Karbala, Iraq) Shiite Muslim hero, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and son of Imam Ali (the fourth Islamic caliph) and Hazrat Fatima, daughter of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). He is revered by Shiite Muslims as the third imam (after Imam Ali (PBUH) and Imam Husayn’s older brother, Imam Hasan (PBUH).
After the assassination of their father, Imam Ali (PBUH), Imam Hasan (PBUH) and Imam Husayn (PBUH) acquiesced to the rule of the first Umayyad caliph, Muawiya, from whom they received pensions.