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Khowali ibn Yazid al-Asbahiy preceded the man but became afraid and did not do it. Then Shimr bin Thiljoshan dismounted from his horse to do the job. Husayn ibn Ali asked for the permission to do Asr prayers.
Shimir gave the permission to say the prayers and Husayn ibn Ali started prayer and when he went into Sajda, Shimr ibn Dhiljawshan betrayed and said: "I swear by God that I am cutting your head while I know that you are grandson of the Messenger of Allah and the best of the people by father and mother.
Aftermath Following the battle, Umar ibn Sa'ad's army stormed the camp of the family of Husayn, looting any valuables and setting fire to the tents.
They captured the family of Husayn and sent Husayn's head and the deceased to ibn Ziyad in Kufa in the afternoon. Subsequently, Husayn's family were moved to the Levant by the forces of Yazid. Ask me. I will tell you [who I am]. Zaynab bint Ali then proceeded to give a sermon which according to Turabi is among the three most memorable sermons by the family of the Prophet.
He appointed a public speaker to bash Ali and Husayn ibn Ali.
The public speaker sat on the pulpit and began his lecture by praising Allah and insulting Ali and his son, Husayn. He devoted a long time to praising Yazid and his father Muawiyah. He also related the story of Husayn ibn Ali's murder.
Later Ali ibn Husayn returned to Karbala to identify the grave sites. Hurr was buried by his tribe a distance away from the battlefield. During this year, some prisoners died of grief, most notably Sukayna bint Husayn.
The people of Damascus began to frequent the prison, and Zaynab and Ali ibn al-Husayn used that as an opportunity to further propagate the message of Husayn and explain to the people the reason for Husayn's uprising. As public opinion against Yazid began to foment in Syria and parts of Iraq, Yazid ordered their release and return to Medina, where they continued to tell the world of Husayn's cause. Later uprisings Battle of Karbala and Husayn's death proved to be the start of the Second Islamic Civil War and Umayyads faced opposition from various quarters of the caliphate.
Ibn al-Zubayr secretly started taking allegiance in Mecca ,  although on the surface called for a shura to elect a new caliph.
They were unpersuaded, however, and on their return to Medina narrated tales of Yazid's lavish lifestyle and practices considered by many to be impious. The Medinese, under the leadership of Abd Allah ibn Hanzala , renounced their allegiance to Yazid and expelled the governor and the Umayyads residing in the city.
Yazid sent an army of 12, men under the command of Muslim ibn Uqba to reconquer Hejaz.
After failed negotiations, the Medinese were defeated in the Battle of al-Harrah , and the city was plundered for three days. Having forced the rebels to renew their allegiance, the Syrian army laid siege to Mecca. The defeat of Ibn al-Zubayr re-established Umayyad control over the caliphate. To atone for what they perceived to be a sin, they began a movement under Sulayman ibn Surad , a companion of Muhammad, to fight against the Umayyads.
As long as Iraq was in Umayyad hands, the movement remained underground. Tawwabin now came out in the open and called on the people to avenge Husayn's death, attracting large-scale support.
Their motto was "Revenge for Husayn". In November , the Tawwabin left to face the Umayyads, after mourning for a day at Husayn's grave in Karbala. The battle lasted for three days during which most of the Tawwabin, including their leader Ibn Surad, were killed.
A few successfully retreated to Kufa and joined the movement of Mukhtar. Mukhtare then went to Mecca and had a short-lived alliance with Abd Allah ibn al-Zubayr.
After Yazid's death, he returned to Kufa where he advocated revenge against Husayn's killers and the establishment of an Alid caliphate in the name of Husayn's half-brother Muhammad ibn al-Hanafiyyah , and declared himself his representative. In October , Mukhtar and his supporters, a significant of number of whom consisted of local converts mawali , overthrew Ibn al-Zubayr's governor and seized control of Kufa. His control extended to most of Iraq and parts of north-western Iran.
After crushing the rebellion, Mukhtar executed Kufans involved in the killing of Husayn, while thousands of people fled to Basra.
After facing defeat in open battles, Mukhtar and his remaining supporters took refuge in the palace of Kufa and were besieged by Mus'ab. Four months later in April , Mukhtar was killed along with some 6,—8, of his supporters. Battle of Karbala played a central role in shaping the identity of Shia and turned the already distinguished sect into a sect with "its own rituals and collective memory. That night Hussain assembled his group, stressing to them that it was his life that Yazid wanted and that they might be able to escape.
There he stood, amongst his family and companions, all having been deprived of water in the scorching desert for three days, pleading with them to leave him and save themselves!
After a few days of this stalemate, the government forces were commanded to attack and kill Hussain and his companions. Throughout the day the forces of Yazid asked Hussain for his allegiance, yet Hussain resisted. Eventually Hussain was alone with no one left to support him. Fatigued, thirsty, and heavily wounded, Hussain fell to the ground as the women and children looked on. She refused to be subdued and put her fear to one side so she could hold to account those responsible for the moral decay of society.
Despite the pervasive sexism of society at the time, Zainab managed to lead and inspire both men and women. Today millions of people pay homage to Hussain ibn Ali for his stand and annually mourn the tragic Battle of Karbala in which Hussain, his family and loyal companions were brutally killed one by one.
This can be considered as the best book in Urdu on the history of the sad incident of Karbala, and the holy warriors of the Ahl al-Bayt, may Allah be pleased with them all. Other files at archive. Following speech is an excellent source for learning about the incident of Karbala. This is a speech in Urdu delivered through live Internet broadcasting, on 10th Muharram , 17 December Toggle Navigation. Saturday, 18 July Rate this item 1 2 3 4 5 83 votes.
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