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Zawj al-Batul

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Zawj al-Baṭūl (Arabic:زَوج البَتول) is one of Imam 'Ali's (a) epithets which means the husband of Batul.

Main article: Al-Batul

Batul is the epithet of Lady Fatima (a), the daughter of the Holy Prophet (s),[1] 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.[2]

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Notes

  1. Qummī, Bayt al-aḥzān, p. 23.
  2. Ṣadūq, Maʿānī al-akhbār, p. 58.

References

  • 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.