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Meanwhile, as Al-Husayn's caravan got closer to its destination Kufa , coming to a place called Zubalah, Imam Husayn unexpectedly received shocking news.
The shocking news was about Muslim Ibn Aqeel and the person who provided him shelter, Hani's Ibn Urwah, both of whom were arrested and beheaded by the Governor Ibn Ziyad.
Mukhtar was also arrested and imprisoned and tortured by Ibn Ziyad. Imam Husayn gathered his companions and disclosed to them about the bad news, and said, "Our Shi'a have deserted us, those of you who prefer to leave us may do so freely and without guilt.
Imam Husayn continued with the journey along with close companions and family members until he was face to face with 1, horsemen led by Hurr al-Riyahi representing the enemy.
The enemy army blocked the camps of Imam Husayn a. Tension started to rise between the two. The Imam addressed the enemy explaining to them his motives for going to Kufa, that it was in response to the invitation of the people.
He even showed them a bagful of letters he received from Kufa. Hurr said that he and his men were not the writers of those letters.
Imam told them that if they did not like him to advance with the journey, he was prepared to return to Hijaz. Hurr replied, "We are commissioned to follow you until we take you to Governor Ibn Ziyad, and suggested to the Imam to go towards a station which is neither Kufa nor Medina.
Hurr and his army marched parallel to the Imam. The two sides reached a village called Nainawa where Ibn Ziyad's messenger Yazid's governor over Kufa delivered a message to Hurr.
The message read, " But let him stop in an open space, without vegetation or water. The Imam, his family and companions defiantly resumed their journey and reached a place where another enemy force blocked their move and forced them to stop.
When Imam Husayn learned that the place was called Karbala , he felt he reached the destination and ordered his camp to be setup.
That day was 2nd of Muharram, Hijri Upon learning that his army had succeeded to lay a siege around the Imam's camp, Governor Ibn Ziyad sent additional military units to Karbala and appointed Umar Ibn Sa'ad in charge.
Ibn Ziyad also found the Imam's proposal acceptable. However before agreeing to it officially, Shimr Bin Dhil-Jawshan, opposed it strongly.
Umar Ibn bin Sa'ad got the letter. After pondering over the consequences he decided to fight Imam Husayn a. On the 7th day of Muharram he moved his troops closer to the camp and began to surround the Husaini camp.
Ibn Sa'ad laid a blockade around the camp to cut it off from access to the river Euphrates, to deprive it of water in a move to force them to surrender.
Two days later, on the 9th of Muharram , the enemy's military forces closed in on the camp of Imam Husayn a. Imam asked his brother, Abbas, to talk to Ibn Sa'ad and request a delay of the aggression by one night.
Umar Ibn Sa'ad agreed to the demand. He ordered his troops to delay the aggression till next morning. Imam Husayn and his pious companions spent that night in prayers.
During the night the Imam told the companions, " I'll be most delighted to permit each and every one of you to go back, and I urge you to do so We will either live with you or die together with you.
Finally, the day of Ashuraa dawned upon the soil of Karbala. It was the day when Jihad would be in full bloom, blood would be shed, 72 innocent lives would be sacrificed, and a decisive battle would be won to save Islam and the Ummah.
It had been a few days since the water supply was cut off by the enemy. Children were crying for water, the women were desperate for water, Zainul-Abideen, the son of Imam Husayn a.
The suffering from the thirst was too painful to bear. And despite this, not a single person in the camp made any complaints or even questioned the mission of Imam Husayn.
Each member supported the Imam wholeheartedly and enthusiastically. Next morning Imam Husayn a. He stared at the intimidating army, and as large as it was Imam Husayn showed no signs of compromise.
Imam Husayn raised his hands in prayer:. It is Thee in whom I trust amid all grief. You are my hope amid all violence. Thou are my refuge and provision in everything that happens to me.
How many grievances weaken the heart, leaving me with no means to handle them, during which friend deserts me, and enemy rejoices in it.
I lay it before Thee and complain of it to Thee, because of my desire in Thee, Thee alone. You relieve me of it and remove it from me.
Before the actual engagement was to take place, Hurr, the previous commander of the enemy force, felt his conscience violently stirring, he was in turmoil.
Upon realizing the gravity of the situation, he suddenly broke away from Umar Ibn Sa'ad's camp along with two others. They rushed toward Imam Husayn a.
Hurr's heart was jumping with joy, his mind relieved of an agonizing tension. Hurr's defection worried Umar Ibn Sa'ad very much, lest others do the same and defect.
So Umar Ibn Sa'ad threw an arrow in the air to indicate the start of the battle. This was the outset of a catastrophe and a tragic event that Mu'awiya had once conceived to happen.
Imam Husayn's supporters insisted on being the first to fight. Therefore, they took the brunt of the enemy attack.
The battle was ferocious. Within a short time the Imam's supporters slay a large number of the enemy fighters; they were on the offensive and the enemy on the defensive.
This caused apprehension and confusion in the enemy military, the 72 of Husayn's against the 5, of the enemy some say 30, being on the defensive.
So worried and nervous, the enemy commander-in-chief ordered his army not only to set fire to the Imam's tents which were occupied mostly by frightened females and children , but at the same time reinforced his fighters with more troops.
The heroes began to fall, they were men of valor welcoming martyrdom, and they fell one after another, for the enemy was overwhelming in number.
By noon time the Imam stopped the fight to perform the Salat prayer. By this time those left were mainly his family and a few supporters.
They performed the Salat together. Two supporters were guarding the performers of Salat. The enemy was standing still, watching!!
When Salat was finished one of the guards fell dead; there were 17 arrows in his back. He engaged them in fierce fighting, falling on them like thunder, slaying numerous fighters.
He continued to move forward, deep inside the enemy. The enemy was overpowering in number, it overwhelmed him cutting him with swords and spears, and his body became nothing but wounds gushing blood, until he died.
His sister and others in the camp were horrified and shocked at the scene. Abbas and five other brothers of Imam Husayn went to fight.
They also engaged the enemy in a fierce fighting, almost doing the impossible. Abbas went toward the river to bring some water for the thirsty children.
While he was returning on his horse with the water, he was attacked by a large horde of the enemy, overwhelming and severely wounding him.
As much as he tried Abbas could not save the water, he fell from his horse to breath his last. Next to the battle field went the sons of Imam Al-Hasan and Zainab and their cousins about 17 of them.
They were all in their teens but each stood bravely, believing in the mission, facing a formidable enemy, and showed no less enthusiasm in their quest to embrace the martyrdom.
By the afternoon 70 brave persons had sacrificed their lives in Karbala to save Islam. All had fought under nerve racking conditions, severe thirst, dehydration, exhaustion, and agonizing feeling of what would happen to the family of the Prophet S afterwards.
Husayn endured all that and more, for he saw all his beloved ones brutally cut to pieces, including children. Remaining the only one, Imam Husayn was to face the enemy head on.
Precisely at that moment Imam Husayn heard his baby crying incessantly, agonizing because of the thirst. Imam Husayn's love for his family was unbound, especially for a suffering baby.
Imam wanted to awaken their conscience and stir their human feelings but the stone-hearted enemy, instead of giving water, zoomed an arrow toward the agonizing baby and killed him instantly.
Imam Husayn was shocked. He felt an unbearable wave of pain. The sight of the limp baby in his arms was agonizingly painful.
He filled his palm with the blood of the baby, and threw it upwards toward the sky, complaining to Allah swt ,. My consolation is the fact that Thou in Thine Majesty are witnessing what I am going through.
He took them on, fighting them bravely, and kept fighting, receiving many wounds in the process. Thousands of enemy fighters were surrounding him but none dared to move toward him.
The silence was broken when Shimr screamed for an attack, and then screamed again, threatening, and in response they attacked collectively, and one sword fell on Imam Husayn's left wrist and deeply cut his left hand.
The blood gushed like a fountain. Another sword was soon to follow and it hit his upper back. He was near the point of shock, even though staggering he tried to stand by leaning on his sword.
Then he received the fatal blow. It was at this point, that Shimr whose mother was a disbeliever, came forward and severed Imam Husayn's noble head from the body, the noble head kissed often by the Prophet S!
Shimr and others had the audacity to carry it on the tip of a spear to Yazid, miles away! Umar Ibn Sa'ad ordered the horsemen to trample upon the supine bodies of Imam Husayn and all others killed, to disfigure them even further, as if the wounds, the bloodied bodies, and the headless forms were not enough.
For three days the exposed bodies of the martyrs were left lying in the desert of Karbala. Afterwards, the people of the tribe of Bani-Asad, who were not far away from the battle field, helped bury them.
Umar Ibn Sa'ad and his forces representing Bani Umayya took the women and children as prisoners in shackles, put them on camels, and proceeded in a caravan from Karbala to Kufa.
At the forefront of the procession were the heads of Imam Husayn a. The scene was both grotesque and pathetic. This was the leftover of the beloved family of Prophet Muhammad S , in such a deplorable unimaginable condition, all caused by people who called themselves Muslims!
Karbala is the cruelest tragedy humanity has ever seen. Yet, the startling though appalling events in Karbala proved like a powerful volcano that shook the very foundation of Muslims, it stirred their consciousness, ignorant or learned alike.
For sincere Muslims, Karbala turned into a triumph. The tragic event became the very beacon of light to always remind Muslims to practice Islam honestly and sincerely, to do what is right irrespective of consequences, and fear no one except Allah swt.
On the other hand, Yazid never achieved what he and his father had planned to achieve, for within three years, Allah's wrath fell upon him, causing him to die at the age of 33 years.
And within a few decades the rule of Bani Umayya crumbled and came to an end. The tragedy of Karbala taught humanity a lesson that standing for the truth and fighting unto death for it is more honorable and valuable than submitting to the wrongful, especially when the survival of Islam is at stake.
Karbala: The site of the ugliest atrocities committed against Al-Husayn, his family and devotees, but Karbala saved Islam from disintegration in an indirect way.
Tulaqaa': Denigrating term used by Muhammad S for the disbelievers who had to become Muslims after Mecca was triumphed over.
Skip to main content. Highlights of Karbala The events of Karbala reflect the collision of the good versus the evil, the virtuous versus the wicked, and the collision of Imam Husayn the head of virtue versus Yazid the head of impiety.
Who Was Mu'awiya? Mu'awiya's Plot to Poison Imam Hasan a. Mu'awiya Dies Mu'awiya was getting older day by day. Yazid Becomes Ruler Upon Mu'awiya's death, Yazid, 30 years old, managed to impose himself on the people and become the Khalifa.
On the Way to Karbala During the early phase of the journey the caravan met Al-Farazdaq a famous poet at a place called al-Sifah.
Karbala Upon learning that his army had succeeded to lay a siege around the Imam's camp, Governor Ibn Ziyad sent additional military units to Karbala and appointed Umar Ibn Sa'ad in charge.
Imam Husayn raised his hands in prayer: "O Allah! The Battle Imam Husayn's supporters insisted on being the first to fight. He filled his palm with the blood of the baby, and threw it upwards toward the sky, complaining to Allah swt , "O' Allah, O' my Lord!
Lessons from the Tragedy of Karbala Karbala is the cruelest tragedy humanity has ever seen. Distance between Medina and Karbala about 1, miles.
Average travel by camel per day: miles. Sources 1. Mowlana Rafiq H. Naqvi, Khutbas at Salat of Jumu'a, Idara 2.
Mowlana Amir M. Faizi, Muharram Majlis, Idara 3. Abbas: Brother of Imam Husayn, flag-bearer during Karbala. Al- Farazdaq: A famous poet.
Bani Umayya: A clan known to be power hungry, greedy, and materialistic, of Mu'awiya. Basrah: An important town in south of Iraq.
Imam AlHasan a. Iraq: Country in which Imam Husayn suffered at the hands of its military. Khalifa: Head of state after the Prophet S. Medina: Famous town of the Prophet S in Arabia.
Quraish: The clan of the Prophet S. Syria: Syria, Lebanon, and Palestine nowadays used to be called Syria.
Talha: Sahaabi, leader during Jamal Confrontation, killed during that battle. Uthman: The third Khalifa killed by the protesting Muslims.
Yazid son of Mu'awiya: Son of Mu'awiya, the infamous despicable ruler, cause of Karbala tragedy. Zainab: Sister of Al-Husayn, heroin of Karbala, losing her children for the cause.
Zubair: Sahaabi, leader during Jamal Confrontation, refused to fight during that battle. Ramzan Sabir. Continue with Facebook.
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