Hujjat al-Islam Ahmad Moballeghi said, “The women of the Ahl al-Bayt, including the Lady ‎Fatimah al-Ma’sumah, were both the origin and source of the great social movements, just ‎like the men of the Ahl al-Bayt themselves.”‎

RNA – Speaking at a ceremony marking the death anniversary of Lady Fatimah al-Ma’sumah ‎in Qom, Hujjat al-Islam Ahmad Moballeghi said, “Thanks to the presence and social ‎movement of Lady Fatimah al-Ma’sumah, today, the holy city of Qom has become a base ‎of the production and reproduction of the sciences, knowledge, merits, nobilities and the ‎shrine of the Ahl al-Bayt.”‎
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The head of the Islamic Research Centre of the Islamic Consultative Assembly stated that ‎the women of the Ahl al-Bayt were just as social as their men and added, “The women of ‎the infallible and purified Ahl al-Bayt were present on the social scene in a manner ‎appropriate to their time, such that after the tragedy of Ashura, Lady Zaynab reminded the ‎people of the sermons of Imam Ali with her expressive and eloquent sermons and ‎effectively categorized and analyzed issues in her speeches.”‎

Hujjat al-Islam Moballeghi said that the social movement of Lady Fatimah al-Ma’sumah ‎transformed Qom into the shrine of the Ahl al-Bayt and added, “If Lady Fatimah al-Ma’sumah ‎was an isolationist, Qom would not have become the Qom that it has become.”‎
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His Eminence said, “It’s stated in the narrations that due to the blessings of the ‘generous ‎lady of the Ahl al-Bayt,’ a special account has been opened in Qom and the city has been ‎designated as a base and shrine for the infallible and purified Ahl al-Bayt.”‎
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Speaking about the necessity of recognizing the dignity of the Ahl al-Bayt and the necessity ‎of the dignity of the Ahl al-Bayt, he said, “We must distinguish between the three types of ‎Shi’i, Islamic and humanitarian messages for the world and put aside unidimensionalism in ‎this regard.”‎
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Hujjat al-Islam Moballeghi said, “The holy city of Qom must be the basis for the production ‎of the Quranic and humane teachings of the Ahl al-Bayt for the people of the world and the ‎unity of the ummah for the Islamic world and the Islamic Seminaries and research centres ‎have a responsibility in this regard.”‎

Lady Fatimah al-Ma’sumah was born in 790 CE and passed away in 816 CE. She was is the ‎daughter of Imam Musa al-Kadhim and sister of Imam Ali al-Ridha. In 816 CE, she traveled ‎to Iran from Madinah to visit her brother, Imam al-Ridha, in Tus. However, she passed away ‎in the middle of the way due to an illness and was buried in Qom.

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