Narjis is the name of Imam Al-Hasan Al-Askari’s wife, and was also called ‘Maleeka’. She was the mother of Imam Al-Mahdi (pbuh). She was born a Christian, the granddaughter of the Roman Caesar, and based on a dream in which she saw Lady Mary (pbuh) and Lady Fatima (pbuh), she allowed herself to be sold into slavery. She was bought and freed by Imam Al-Hasan Al-Askari (pbuh), whom she later married.
Lady Narjis also incarnated as Lady Khadijah (pbuh), the wife of Prophet Muhammad (pbuhahf). She was the first believer in Islam, and the mother of Fatima Al Zahra (pbuh).
Lady Khadijah enabled the religion of God. Islam did not rise except through Ali’s sword and Khadijah’s wealth. Lady Khadijah was a very successful business woman. After the death of her father, she inherited the family business. It was here where she would hire her distant cousin Muhammad, whom was younger than her, and later she would propose to him. She used all her wealth in the cause of God. It is said that the Holy Prophet said wonderful things regarding Lady Khadija: “She believed in me when no one else did, she accepted Islam when people rejected me, and she helped and comforted me when there was no one else to lend me a helping hand.”
A true example of absolute faith. She has returned in this day and age to give victory to the Qa’im.