Captives of Karbala(A.S.)

Posted on March 12, 2009 by

Ayyam-e-Aza: Spirit Tortures And The Dark Night

Picking up from where I left, I returned home after the Shaam-e-Ghariban majlis. My parents were too worried about my back and making me feel like a Mummy-Daddy kid. They weren’t letting me pick up any weights in case my stitches came apart and I was like “What the hell, it’s no big deal!” They Read More

Posted on March 11, 2009 by

Ayyam-e-Aza: The First Ten Days

I am being forced to blog about this by a friend. Well not exactly forced, but she’s a pretty nice gal so I won’t turn down her ‘order’. ************** What does the term Ayyam-e-Aza mean? ‘Ayyam’ stems from, and is the plural of, ‘Youm’ meaning ‘Day’ and ‘Aza’ means ‘Sorrow’. So meaning ‘Days of Sorrow’, Read More

Posted on February 23, 2009 by

Back But Khuda Hafiz Again

I’m back. Where was I? Well, my grandmother called me and I went to pay her a visit. I am now officially a Zaair of Lady Zainab Binte Ali (S.A.), Princess of Islam and Queen of Syria! Man, what a peaceful visit! No tension, no problems, nothing to bug me. Just me and my thoughts, Read More

Posted on February 12, 2009 by

Khuda Hafiz

By the time you read this post, I’ll be gone. Hopefully my head’ll clear a little. Too much has happened in the past few days. I never realized they are so many in number and so brutal. I was in shock Monday night. Khair, he is okay and getting better. Everyone’s keeping a low profile. Read More

Posted on January 29, 2009 by

Ash-Shaam! Ash-Shaam! Ash-Shaam!

Minhaal, a sahabi of Ali ibnul Husain (Syed-e-Sajjad), came to him and asked him where he had faced the most hardships, during Karbala and it’s aftermath. He replied “Ash-Shaam! Ash-Shaam! Ash-Shaam!” (Syria! Syria! Syria!) Minhaal then asked him why he cried so much. After all, martyrdom was the destiny and inheritance of Aal-e-Muhammad (S.A.W.W.). Syed-e-Sajjad Read More

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