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I do not believe in this at all but I am very slightly unsure. Is it true that after karbala  the army took Imam Hussain's (AS) shirt or all his clothes off. I do not mean any disrespect nor do I seem to believe this but some other people said so, God knows which school of thought they are from.They were like that is why we cry he was without a kafan but I thought because he was in the heat of the desert and also his body was in pieces so it didn't seem right. I did ask but then others where just like that even the Prophet(SAWW) laboured without his shirt at times. I think I've heard this before however it isn't quite similar to this situation. Can someone guide me please 

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51 minutes ago, Mohsin Bokhari said:

I do not believe in this at all but I am very slightly unsure. Is it true that after karbala  the army took Imam Hussain's (AS) shirt or all his clothes off. 

Salam. The evilness of some people is beyond the imagination. Yes, some people stole the ring, clothing, and other items belonging to Imam Hussein AS after his martyrdom. There was a report that someone wanted to steal his underwear and the ground shook as if an earthquake occurred and prevented the heinous crime.

https://www.al-islam.org/maqtal-al-husayn-abd-al-razzaq-al-muqarram/master-martyrs-battle-field#al-husayn-‘-murdered

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According to Bukhari this is the disrespect Ibn Ziyad (la) showed to Imam Husayn (as).

https://sunnah.com/bukhari/62/95

(22) Chapter: The merits of Al-Hasan and Al-Husain رضي الله عنهما

Narrated Muhammad:
Anas bin Malik said, "The head of Al-Husain was brought to 'Ubaidullah bin Ziyad and was put in a tray, and then Ibn Ziyad started playing with a stick at the nose and mouth of Al-Husain's head and saying something about his handsome features." Anas then said (to him), "Al-Husain resembled the Prophet more than the others did." Anas added, "His (i.e. Al-Husain's) hair was dyed with Wasma (i.e. a kind of plant used as a dye).

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