The titles of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him).

The title, according to the people of knowledge is the name by which a person is known, indicating either his praise or slander. And because Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas son of the Commander of the Faithful (peace be upon both of them) had all good qualities, morals and virtues, all his titles were signs of his praise, reverence and magnificence, as he (peace be upon him) is the son of the Commander of the Faithful; Ali Ibn Abi Taleb (peace be upon both of them) and the brother of the two Imams the beloved grandsons of the Great Prophet (Allah's prayers be upon him and upon his holy Household) and the masters of the youth of Paradise; al-Hassan and al-Hussayn (peace be upon both of them).

And in addition to his noble status, he is the descendant of the people of the House of the Revelation and Prophethood, and the one educated by those who were raised by the Great Messenger of Allah (Allah's prayers be upon him and upon his holy Household), knowing that the Holy Prophet has said: "My Lord has educated me and [gave me] the most beautiful education."

Thus, Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) has inherited the virtues and qualities from their essence, has the ethics and morals from their source, and combines the beauty and perfection becoming an abundant source of goodness and loveliness.

Yes, Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him) has ethics that can not be limited in an article, therefore his titles came to highlight some of his numerous noble qualities and virtues. We mention some of them here as follows:

Bab [gate of] al-Hussayn (peace be upon him).

Bab [gate of] al-Hawa'ij [needs]

As-Saqqa' [the quencher]

Saqi 'atasha [He who quenched the thirst of those in] Karbala

Qamar [moon of] Bani Hashem

Qamar al-'Ashira [Moon of the tribe]

Hamel al-Liwa [Standard-bearer]

Batal [hero of the] al-'Alqami

Kabsh al-Katiba [the ram of the battalion]

Hami Dha'ina [protector of caravan]

Sab' al-Qantara [lion of the bridge]

Al-Dhaygham [one of the lion's names]

Al-'Abd al-Saleh [the good slave]

Al-'Abed [the worshipper]

Al-Tayyar [the flying]

Al-Shahid [the martyr]

Al-Siddiq [the truthful]

Al-Fadi [the redeemer]

Al-Mu'thir [the redeemer]

Al-Muwasi [the consoler]

Al-Hami or al-Muhami [the defender]

Dhahr [the back/ supporter of] al-Wilayah

Qa'id al-Jaysh [Army chief]

Al-Mustajar [he who is sought for protection]

Al-Wafi [the complete]

Al-Sa'i [the seeker]

Al-Musta'jil [the hasty]

Al-Musaffi [the purifier] and other many titles.
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