Zawj al-Baṭūl (Arabic:زَوج البَتول) is one of Imam 'Ali's (a) epithets which means the husband of Batul.
Batul is the epithet of Lady Fatima (a), the daughter of the Holy Prophet (s), hence, 'Ali b. Abi Talib (a), her husband, was titled "Zawj al-Batul". Delivering a sermon upon his return from the Battle of Nahrawan, he described himself as Zawj al-Batul.
- ↑ Qummī, Bayt al-aḥzān, p. 23.
- ↑ Ṣadūq, Maʿānī al-akhbār, p. 58.
- Qummī, ʿAbbās. Bayt al-aḥzān. Translated to Farsi by Ishtihārdī. Qom: [n.d].
- Ṣadūq, Muḥammad b. ʿAlī al-. Maʿānī al-akhbār. Qom: Jāmiʿa-yi Mudarrisīn, 1403 AH.