martyrdom

Posted on December 30, 2009 by

Mo’jza-e-Husain (A.S.)

On the 10th of Muharram, 1431 AH, 2009, more than 40 of my Azadar brothers lost their lives to a suicide bombing in the Ashurah procession to commemorate the martyrdom of Imam Husain (A.S.) and His companions (A.S.). Here is a first hand account of my friend’s relative who was at the blast site: I 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

Posted on January 23, 2009 by

Guzra Hai Koi Aisa Saabir-o-Aabid?

اگر اللّھ ہم اہلِبیت[ع] کی دشمنی کا حکم قرآن میں دیتا تب بھی ہم پہ اتنے ظلم نہ ہوتے جتنے ہماری مَوَدّت واجب ہونے کے بعد ہم پہ ہوئے علی ابن الحسین اسیرِ کربلا، آدمِ آلِ محمد، فرزندِ حسین، علی ابن الحسین زین العابدین جس نے اپنے پورے خاندان کے قتل کئے جانے پر خدا Read More

Posted on January 12, 2009 by

Response To Zakir Naik Part 2: The Oppressor, The Oppressed and A Sacrifice

Read this and this first. ************** In 60 AH, Yazid (L.A.), son of Muawiyah (L.A.), came to power. And the first step he took was to ask the Governor of Madinah, Walid bin Utba (L.A.), to get Imam Husain (A.S.) to pay allegiance to Yazeed (L.A.), or send his head to Damascus. Imam Husain (A.S.) Read More

Posted on September 21, 2008 by

Justice to Muslims, and the Justice of Muslims

One day a man was traveling on his camel with his possessions and his slave. He stopped at a mosque and went inside to pray, leaving the slave to take care of the goods. When he was gone, the slave climbed on the camel’s back. When the master returned, the slave declared himself as the Read More

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