Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Muslims Love Killing Muslims ,,, And The Custodians of Islam Maintain Eunuch Silence ,,,,

they promote peace
through jehadi violence
suicide bombers ..mayhem
they sit play the violin..

Na Jane Kaun Duaon Mein Apni Yad Rakhta Hai Mein Doobta Hoon Samandar Uchal Daita Hai

Dont Take The Muslim Voter For Granted

the first suspect
for chaos on the
soul of humanity
dead or alive
wanted .. he is
human like
others but
on his character
dubious evidence
taunted ,, never
left in peace
illogically haunted

Jis Ki Rago’n Mein Aatish-E-Badr-O-Hunain Hai Us Soorma Ka Isme Girami Hussain Hai. . .

Malang Bhi Karten Hain Matam Hussain Ka

Bachban se kaha meine ya ali madadd
maa, bab, ne bhi kaha ya ali madad

puchta hai tu, kyun hum malang muskuratey hain?
ek bar tu bhi keh, ya ali madad

salaami Karbala mein kya qayamat ki ghari hogi churi Shabbir ki gardan pe jis dam chal rahi hogi

hussain is a very powerful element of our existence .. no tears no cry i would die

My friend Amin crying with me is a Hindu Gujrati who converted to Shiasm.. and is far too devout I am learning to be devout from him.. like him.. i have far too many flaws

picture shot by dr glenn losack md

Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!

shaheed-e-Karbala ki mominoN jab yaad aati hai
tadap jaati hai duniya, khoon ke aansooN bahaati hai
Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!

Whenever the martyrs of Karbala are remembered
The world cries and sheds tears of blood
O Hussain! O Hussain!

shah hast Hussain baadshah hast Hussain
deen hast Hussain deen pana hast Hussain
sar daad na daad dast dar dast-e-Yazeed
haq aa ke bina La-Ila hast Hussain

Ruler is Hussain, Emperor is Hussain,
Faith is Hussain , guardian of faith is Hussain .
Offered his head and not the hand to Yazid.
Truly, the mirror of faith is Hussain

sajde mein sar kataane ko aakhir kata dia
lekin Khuda ke naam ka danka baja dia
Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!!

Finally, he was martyred during prayer
But the word of God was made famous the world over
O Hussain! O Hussain!

deed ki gar talaash hai sar ko jhuka namaaz mein
dil se khudi ko bhool kar khud ko mita namaaz mein
aayega tujh ko jab nazar roo-e-Khuda jab namaaz mein
pahle Hussain ki tarah sar ko kata namaaz mein
aur keh
Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!

If you search for God, bow your head in prayer
Forget the self, lose your self in prayer
You will then realise God in your prayers
When you first sacrifice yourself like Hussain in prayer and then say,
O Hussain! O Hussain!

kis ki majaal ai Hussain tujh ko ho tujh se ham-saree
baap ke ghar Imam the naana ke ghar payambari
shakl-e-Hussain dekh kar haq bhi kahega hashr mein
ai mere Mustafa ke laal ummat-e-Mustafa baree
Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!

Who can claim parity with you O Hussain,
Your father was the leader and grandfather was prophet.
Even God will say looking at the face of Hussain
O the flower of Muhammad, all his followers are forgiven
O Hussain! O Hussain!

salaami Karbala mein kya qayamat ki ghari hogi
churi Shabbir ki gardan pe jis dam chal rahi hogi
kaleja thaam kar Meer-e-falaq bhi rah gaya hoga
kaleje per Ali Akbar ke barchi jab lagi hogi

What difficult time it would have been in Karbala
When Shabbir had the knife on his throat.
Even the prince of the Universe would have his heart out
When the dagger was drawn on the heart of Ali Akbar

mujhe jaane do paani bhar ke ye Abbas kehte the
kayi din ki pyaasi hai Sakina ro rahi hogi
luti hai jaise duniya Karbala mein ibn-e-Haider ki
kisi mazloom ki duniya na duniya mein luti hogi

Let me go, let me take the water with me, urged Abbas
Sakina is waiting, thirsty for days.
Like the world of father of Haider was lost
Nobody's world would have been lost this way

Mohammad ke nawaase ne jo kee teghoN ke saaye mein
bashar to kya farishtoN se na aise bandagi hogi
hamare khooN ke badle mein ummat bakhsh de Ya Rab
Khuda se hashr mein ye iltijaa Shabbir ki hogi
Ya Hussain! Ya Hussain!

As prayed the grandson of Muhammad under the swords
Let alone humans, even angels would not have prayed that way.
O God ! forgive the Muslims in lieu of my sacrifice
This will be the request of Shabbir on the judgement day.
O Hussain! O Hussain!

Mourning of Muharram

from wikipedia

The Mourning of Muharram is an important period of mourning in Shia Islam, taking place in Muharram which is the first month of the Islamic calendar. It is also called the Remembrance of Muharram (Arabic: ذكرى محرم or مناسبة محرم‎). Many of the events associated with the remembrance take place in congregation halls known as Hussainia.
The event marks the anniversary of the Battle of Karbala when Imam Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of the Islamic prophet Muhammad, and a Shia Imam, was killed by the forces of the second Umayyad caliph Yazid I. The event is marked by arranging 'majalis' (gatherings) to review Islamic teachings and to commemorate Imam Hussain's sacrifice. The mourning reaches its climax on the tenth day, known as Ashura, on which the forces of Yazid killed the 72 individuals who fought, including Imam Hussain, his family and supporters. The women and children left living were made prisoners and transported to Yazid's court in Damascus.
Contents [hide]
1 Etymology
2 Background
2.1 History of commemoration
2.1.1 Azadari in Lucknow
3 Types of mourning
3.1 Ziarat Imam Husayn Shrine
3.2 Matam
3.3 Taziya
4 Shia Hadiths
5 Reason for Mourning
6 See also
7 Notes
8 Further reading
9 External links

Majlis in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
The words Azadari (عزاداری) which mean mourning and lamentation; and Majalis-e Aza have been exclusively used in connection with the remembrance ceremonies for the martyrdom of Imam Hussain. Majalis-e Aza, also known as Aza-e Husayn, includes mourning congregations, lamentations, matam and all such actions which express the emotions of grief and above all, repulsion against what Yazid stood for.
The term majalis has both a grammatical meaning and a meaning which relates to Aza-e-Husayn. In its technical sense, a majalis is a meeting, a session or a gathering..

Shia Muslims in Amroha Uttar Pradesh, India Children on camels in front of Azakhana or Hosania Juloos as part of the commemoration of Muharram

Shi'a Muslims in Bahrain strike their chests during the Remembrance of Muharram.
According to Shia sources, The Azadari of Muharram was started by the family of Muhammad (the Ahl-ul-Bayt) after the death of Muhammad's grandson Husayn ibn Ali at the Battle of Karbala in 680 AD. Following the battle of Karbala, Muhammad's granddaughter Zaynab bint Ali and sister of Husayn, began mourning for the fallen and making speeches against Husayn ibn Ali's opponents: Ibn Ziyad and Yazid I. News of Husayn ibn Ali's death was also spread by Imam Zain-ul-Abideen, who succeeded Husayn as the Shia Imam, via sermons and speeches throughout Iraq, Syria and Hejaz.
Zainab and Zain-ul-Abideen informed the people that Yazid had martyred Imam Husayn and seventy-two of his companions including his six month old son Ali Asghar, and that their women and children were taken as prisoners to Syria. When word of mourning reached Yazid he decided to release the captive women and children from the prison in Damascus, out of fear of public revolt against his rule. He sent for Zain-ul-Abideen, informed him of the impending release and asked if he wished for anything further. Zain-ul-Abideen said he would consult with Zainab. She asked Yazid to provide a place where the people could mourn for Imam Husayn and others of Muhammad's household. A house was provided, and here Zaynab binte Ali held the first Majlis-e Aza of Husayn and started the Mourning of Muharram.[citation needed]
[edit]History of commemoration
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The mourning and commemoration for Husayn ibn Ali originated in Iraq, as this is where Husayn was martyred. However, they were held in Iran as early as the twelfth century, when both Sunnis and Shias participated in them. In the Safavid period, the annual mourning ceremonies for Imam Hosayn, combined with the ritual cursing of his enemies, acquired the status of a national institution. Expressions of grief such as sine-zani (beating the chest), zangir-zani (beating oneself with chains), and tage-zani or Qama Zani also known as Tatbeer (hitting oneself with swords or knives) emerged as common features of the proliferating mourning-processions (dasta-gardani). Mourning for the martyred Imam also takes place in assemblies held in buildings erected especially for the purpose, known either as Hussainia or takia, as well as in mosques and private houses.
[edit]Azadari in Lucknow
Main article: Azadari in Lucknow

The Muharram, 1795: Asaf al-Daula, Nawab of Oudh, listening at night to the maulvi reading from the scriptures during Muharram, c.1795.
In Lucknow, India, the Muharram processions and rituals are known as Azadari. The processions, including the Chup Tazia, have been observed since the sixteenth century or earlier, when Lucknow was capital of the state of Awadh.
In the 20th century, beginning in 1906, Azadari became a focus of communal tension in Lucknow. In 1977, after riots broke out for the fourth time since 1968, the government of Uttar Pradesh banned the Azadari processions. Shia leaders protested the ban, and many Shia Muslims courted arrest by defying the ban each year.
In 1997 a hunger strike was launched to protest the Azadari ban. In April three Shia youths committed self-immolation and died. A noted Shia scholar called for a peace march on 18 April 1997 that reportedly drew more than 200,000 Shias.[citation needed]
Late in the year, after months of arrests and clashes between police and protesters, the government granted limited permission for Shias in Lucknow to hold Azadari processions.
[edit]Types of mourning

Main articles: Marsia, Noha, and Soaz

Shia Muslims take out a Alam procession on day of Ashura in Barabanki, India, Jan, 2009.
How the event is mourned differs between different branches of Shia and different ethnic groups. The event is also observed by many Sunnis, but to a lesser extent, and as a time of remembrance, rather than mourning[citation needed].
In the Twelver three traditional schools (Usooli, Akhbari, and Shaykhi), mourners, both male and female, congregate (in separate sections) for sorrowful, poetic recitations performed in memory of the death of Husayn, lamenting and grieving to the tune of beating drums and chants of "Ya Husayn." Passion plays are also performed, reenacting the Battle of Karbala and the suffering and death of Husayn at the hands of Yazid. They offer condolences to Imam-e-Zamana also known as Imam al-Mahdi whom they believe will avenge the blood of Husayn and bring justice to the world.
Bektashis and Alevis also mourn, and they keep themselves from eating and drinking ("fasting") the first 10–12 days of Muharram. In this period, the Alevis wear black clothes, do not shave themselves and avoid any type of entertainment and pleasure. Originally, it was also forbidden to bathe and change clothes during this period, but today most Alevis do not follow this rule. This is called "Muharrem Matemi", "Yas-i Muharrem" or "Muharrem orucu". But because it is also called "fasting", many people falsely think that Alevis celebrate the Muharram. The definition of the "fast" in this connection is different from the normal type of "fasting". Bektashis also greet each other by saying "Ya Imam! Ya Husayn."
The only Ismaili group which mourns are the Mustaali, who mourn similarly to the majority of Twelvers. Although, Nizari Ismaili commemorate Muharram through the tradition of not celebrating marriages, birthdays, and other religious celebrations during this time to show respect to there other Muslim brothers who are mourning.

Tabuiks (funeral biers) being lowered into the sea at a Muharram procession in West Sumatra, Indonesia
For the duration of the remembrance, it is customary for mosques to provide free meals (nazar) on certain nights of the month to all people. These meals are viewed as being special and holy, as they have been consecrated in the name of Imam Husayn, and thus partaking of them is considered an act of communion with Allah, Imam Husayn, and humanity.

Muharram procession: Shia Muslims in Malir, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan flagellated themselves during the Moharram procession to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, grandson of Muhammad.
In South Asia, a number of literary and musical genres, produced by both Shias and Sunnis, that have been inspired by the Battle of Karbala are performed during the month, such as marsiya, noha and soaz. This is meant to increase the peoples understanding of how the enemies fought The Battle of Karbala against Husayn and his followers. In Trinidad and Tobago and Jamaica all ethnic and religious communities participate in the event, locally known as "Hosay" or "Hussay"[citation needed]. In Indonesia, the event is known as Tabuik (Minangkabau language) or Tabut (Indonesian).
[edit]Ziarat Imam Husayn Shrine
Main articles: Imam Husayn Shrine and Ziarat
Many Shia also tend to embark on a pilgrimage to the Imam Husayn Shrine in Karbala itself, as it is one of the holiest places for Shias outside of Mecca and Medina. Up to one million pilgrims a year visit the city to observe the anniversary of Husayn ibn Ali's death. [1] The shrine is located opposite that of Abbas ibn Ali.

Zanjir(Chain) used for 'Zanjir matam'
Many of the male and female participants congregate in public for ceremonial chest beating (matam) as a display of their devotion to Imam Husayn and in remembrance of his suffering. In some Shi'a societies, such as those in Bahrain, Pakistan, India, Afghanistan and Iraq, some male participants incorporate knives or razors swung upon chains into their matam.
Main article: Ta'zieh

Indian Shia Muslims take out a Ta'ziya procession on day of Ashura in Barabanki, India, Jan, 2009.
One form of mourning is the theatrical re-enactment of the Battle of Karbala. In Iran this is called taziya or taziyeh. Theatrical groups that specialize in taziya are called taziya groups.[1] Taziyas were popular through the Qajar dynasty until the early twentieth century, but the re-enactments slowly declined until they were mostly abandoned in the large cities by the early 1940s. Nonetheless, taziyas continued to exist in Iran on a smaller scale especially in more rural and traditional areas. Reza Shah, the first of the Pahlavi dynasty, had outlawed taziyas. Despite some attempts since 1979, Muharram processions and various forms of the rawza khani are still more common.[2]
In South Asia where dramatic commemorations are less significant, ta'zīya came to refer specifically to the miniature mausoleums used in processions held in Muharram. It all started from the fact that the great distance of India from Karbala prevented Indian Shi'is being buried near the tomb of Imam Husayn or making frequent pilgrimages(ziyarat) to the tomb. This is the reason why Indian Shi'is established local karbalas on the subcontinent by bringing soil from Karbala and sprinkling it on lots designated as future cemeteries. Once the karbalas were established on the subcontinent, the next step was to bring Husayn's tomb-shrine to India. This was established by building replicas of Husayn's mausoleum called ta'zīya to be carried in Muharram processions. Thousands of ta'zīyas in various shapes and sizes are fashioned every year for the months of mourning of Muharram and Safar; and are carried in processions and may be buried at the end of Ashura or Arbain.[3]
[edit]Shia Hadiths

A banner (alam) being carried in a procession during the Remembrance of Muharram in Bahrain.
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Imam of Islam
Family tree · Battle of Karbala

Maqtal Al-Husayn · Mourning of Muharram · Day of Ashura · Arba'een · Imam Husayn Shrine · Hussainia · Majlis-e-Aza · Marsia · Noha · Soaz · Ta'zieh · Tabuik · Hosay · Chehel Minbari · Chup Tazia · Tatbeer

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Muhammad said:
Surely, there exists in the hearts of the Mu' mineen, with respect to the martyrdom of Husayn, a heat that never subsides.[4]
Muhammad said:
O Fatimah! Every eye shall be weeping on the Day of Judgment except the eye which has shed tears over the tragedy of Husayn for surely, that eye shall be laughing and shall be given the glad tidings of the bounties and comforts of Paradise.[5]
Ali ibn Hussein said:
Every Mu'min, whose eyes shed tears upon the killing of Husayn ibn' Ali and his companions, such that the tears roll down his cheeks, God shall accommodate him in the elevated rooms of paradise.[6]
Ali said to Ibn Abbas:
(Once when he happened to pass by Karbala), Isa (Jesus) sat down and began to weep. His disciples who were observing him, followed suit and began weeping too, but not comprehending the reason for this behaviour, they asked him: "O' Spirit of God! What is it that makes you weep?" Isa (Jesus) said: "Do you know what land this is?" The disciples replied: "No." He then said: "This is the land on which the son of the Prophet Muhammad shall be killed.[7]
[edit]Reason for Mourning

Zaynab binte Ali Sister of Imam Hussain after Karbala vowed that as long as the people do not recognise the actual cause of Karbala, the followers of Hussain will continue to protest on the streets and in the dwellings as to what happened in Karbala. Though besides Sunnis several Shias do not know that it's a protest and invitation to people to come and listen to mourners as to what happened in Karbala. It is believed by many[who?] that Hussain's journey to Karbala was to claim his Imamat over the people of Kufa who had written letters inviting him to Kufa. Whereas per Shia's belief Husain knew he was to be killed there. He undertook this journey to deny his approval or Bait to Yazid becoming Caliph because he considered Yazid to be a danger to the Muslim Ummah and a threat to Islam. His sacrifice and revolution were to preserve Islam and his Grandfather's Ummah against the innovation, hypocrisy, wickedness as well as the attempts to destroy and alter Islam and the quest for worldly pleasures and worldly gains by Yazid and his people. It was a matter of right and wrong, just and unjust and Hussain chose what is just, despite the consequences.[citation needed]
[edit]See also

Qama Zani
Carpet Washing Ceremony
Markazi Imambargah Shah e Najaf

thaam kar tooti kamar kehti thay farzande nabi abbas laaun kaise laashe akbar

haye kis dil se kiya tum ne gawara bhaiya har tamache pe sakina ne tumhay yaad kiya

abbas ay shere nayastane hyder

abbas ay shere nayastane hyder
deti thi sada zainab rokar
abbas ay shere....

kya isi din ke liye maangi thi baba ne dua
aake pardes may hojaoge tum humse juda
sotay ho chain se darya ke kanaare bhaiya
kya sunayi nahi deti tumhay halmin ki sada
abbas tanha hai khade ran may sarwar
abbas ay shere....

ay mere shere jawan ay mere bhai ho kahan
shaakh hai dil pe mere teri judaai ho kahan
dayr se deti hoo bhaiya mai duhaai ho kahan
lut-ti hai fatema zehra ki kamayi ho kahan
abbas khanajr hai halqe sarwar par
abbas ay shere....

kya isi din ke liye saath behan thi aayi
aagayi neend jo darya ki tarayi paayi
phir palat kar hame soorat bhi nahi dikhlayi
aagaya ran se alam tum nahi aayi bhai
abbas phat-ta hai mera sadme se jigar
abbas ay shere....

girke ghoray se sada baap ko akbar ne jo di
dibare fatema zehra ki ajab haalat thi
haath malte thay kabhi ghaat ko taktay thay kabhi
thaam kar tooti kamar kehti thay farzande nabi
abbas laaun kaise laashe akbar
abbas ay shere....

haal shabbir ka ab to nahi dekha jaata
hai kamar kham nahi aankhon se soojhayi deta
ye zeefi ye jawan laal ka sadma bhaiya
thaam lo badke zara haath tumhi bhai ka
abbas khaate hai thokar par thokar
abbas ay shere....

bhai ko bhool gaye dhyaan na behno ka raha
yaad aaya na koi paayi jo darya ki hawa
haye kis dil se kiya tum ne gawara bhaiya
har tamache pe sakina ne tumhay yaad kiya
abbas jab cheene gaye kano se gohar
abbas ay shere....

hai qayamat ka saman loot hai har simt machi
koi pursa nahi haalat ajab bachon ki
taaziyane koi khaata hai tamache koi
aag daaman may hai masoom sakina ke lagi
abbas bhaiya utho lo jald khabar
abbas ay shere....

chor kar dashte musibat may behan ko bhai
tumne acha hi kiya door basayi basti
dekh sakte thay kahan tum to haye halat meri
balwaye aam may bhaiya mai khule sar hoo khari
abbas aada le gaye chaadar
abbas ay shere....

azmato izzate saadat bhula di bhai
aag qaimo may layeeno ne lagadi bhai
masnade ahmade mursal bhi jaladi bhai
taaziyano se hai abid ko saza di bhai
abbas ghash may hai pada mera dilbar
abbas ay shere....

عباس اے شیر نیستانِ حیدر

عباس اے شیر نیستانِ حیدر
دیتی تھی صدا زینب رو کر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

کیا اسی دن کے لیے مانگی تھی بابا نے دُعا
آ کے پردیس میں ہو جائو گے تم ہم سے جدا
سوتے ہو چین سے دریا کے کنارے بھیا
کیا سنا ئی نہیں دیتی تمہیں ھل من کی صدا
عباس تنہا ہیں کھڑے رن میں سرور
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

اے میرے شیر جواں اے میرے بھائی ہو کہاں
ساکھ ہے دل پہ میرے تیری جدائی ہو کہاں
دیر سے دیتی ہوں بھیا میں دُہائی ہو کہاں
لُٹتی ہے فاطمہ زھرائ کی کمائی ہو کہاں
عباس خنجر ہے حلق سرور پر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

کیا اسی دن کے لیے ساتھ بہن تھی آئی
آ گئی نیند جو دریا کی ترائی پائی
پھر پلٹ کر ہمیں صورت بھی نہیں دکھلائی
آ گیا رن سے علم تم نہیں آئے بھائی
عباس پھٹتا ہے میرا صدمے سے جگر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

ٍٍٍٍِِِِِْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْْگر کے گھوڑے سے صدا باپ کو اکبر نے جو دی
دلبر فاطمہ کی عجب حالت تھی
ہاتھ ملتے تھے کبھی گھاٹ کو تکتے تھے کبھی
تھام کر ٹوٹی کمر کہتے تھے فرزند نبی
عباس لائو ں کیسے لاش اکبر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

حال شبیر کا اب تو نہیں دیکھا جاتا
ہے کمر خم نہیں آ نکھوں سے سو جھائی دیتا
یہ ضعیفی یہ جوان لال کا صدمہ بھیا
تھام لو بڑھ کے ذرا ہاتھ تم ہی بھائی کا
عباس کھاتے ہیں ٹھوکر پر ٹھوکر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

بھائی کو بھول گئے دھیان نہ بہنوں کا رہا
یاد آیا نہ کوئی پائی جو دریا کی ہوا
ہے کس دل سے کیا تم نے گوارا بھیا
ہر تماچے پہ سکینہ نے تمہیں یاد کیا
عباس جب چھینے گئے کانوں سے گوہر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

ہے قیامت کا سماں لوٹ ہے ہر سمت مچی
کوئی پُرسا نہیںحالت عجب بچوں کی
تعزیانے کوئی کھاتا ہے تماچے کوئی
آگ دامن میں ہے معصوم سکینہ کے لگی
عباس بھیا اُٹھو لو جلد خبر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

چھوڑ کر دشت مُصیبت میں بہن کو بھائی
تم نے اچھا ہی کیا دُور بسائی بستی
دیکھ سکتے تھے کہاں تم تو ہائے حالت میری
بلوائ عام میں بھیا میں کُھلے سر ہوں کھڑی
عباس عدائ لے گئے چادر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

عظمت و عزت سادات بُھلا دی بھائی
آگ خیموں میں لعینوں نے لگا دی بھائی
مسند احمد مُرسل بھی جلدی بھائی
تعزیانوں سے ہے عابد کو سزا دی بھائی
عباس غش میںہے پڑا میرادلبر
عباس اے شیر ۔۔۔

My Kama Wound 4 Day Shot By Marziya Shakir 4 Year Old

My Dagger is from Pushkar ,,, Bought blessed from the Hindu Temple of Brahma by my Hindu friend Raj Tilak ,, he charged me nominal for this dangerous blade , he said a part of him will be with me..and I have used this Dagger in Lucknow , Hyderabad ,,,it is light weight with a hooked top.. and needs to be handled carefully , in Lucknow it got stuck inside leaving behind a gaping hole ,,,

The wound is left untreated , no ointments only rose water , in my case because of my diabetes ,, the bleeding takes a wee bit longer to stop... but the wound heals once Marziya touches it and changes the bandages ,,,she shoots the picture of my healing head , this time I have 3 healers in my house ..

Moharam In Hyderabad Choti Bargah -Hazrat Qasim Ibn Hassan

By Aliya Nurmohamed

Wessex Madrasah

Hazrat Qasim was the son of Imam Hassan and the nephew of Imam Hussein. He was born 7th Shaban 47AH 3 years before his father passed away. After Imam Hassan passed away Imam Hussein took Hazarat Qasim into his care and both Imam Hussein and Hazrat Abbas taught him valuable skills and lessons.

Hazrat Qasim was only 13 and he was very salient, courageous and brave. When Imam Hussein was preparing to leave Medina in 60AH Hazrat Qasims mother Umme Farwa asked Imam Hussein to take her and Hazrat Qasim with him and Imam Hussein agreed.

On the day of Ashura after Aun and Mohammed had fallen in the battlefield, Hazrat Qasim went to Imam and begged him for permission to go and fight but Imam Hussein refused. Hazrat Qasim was very disappointed and he went to his mother. When Ummie Farwa saw how disappointed her son was, she remembered that just before Imam Hassan had died, Imam Hassan had written a letter and told his wife Ummie Farwa that if Qasim is ever in difficulty, to give him this letter. The letter was given to Hazrat Qasim and inside it was written that Qasim must represent his father when Islam will need to be saved by sacrifice.

Hazarat Qasim presented the letter to Imam Hussein. Imam read the letter and after reading it allowed Hazrat Qasim to fight as this is what Imam had wanted Hazrat Qasim to do. Hazrat Qasim was also known for his handsomeness, when he approached the battlefield the enemy’s begin to think “how can we kill someone whose face shines like the moon”. On the battlefield Hazrat Qasim killed several warriors who came towards him. When the enemy’s saw his bravery and realised that they couldn’t overpower him in a single combat, they sadly stood behind Hazrat Qasim and he was hit on the head with a sword.

Hazrat Qasim tried to continue fighting but unfortunately he was very young and thirsty. He fell from his horse saying “Oh my uncle, accept my last prayers”. Sadly by the time Imam Hussein read his nephews body it had been trampled all over by all the enemy’s horses. Imam Hussein covered his body with his cloak, and then returned to camp. He went to visit Umme Farwa’s tent with the other sisters to give Umme Farwa the news. She was found praying to Allah saying how proud she was of Hazrat Qasim and asking Allah to give her strength to bear the news of her son.