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Truth_path

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    Truth_path reacted to Hameedeh in Community Reputation Score ?   
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Kazemi in Zeinab(as) was the reason blood defeated on Ashura   
    Ayatollah Khamenei :
    If Zainab Kubra (a.s.) and Imam Sajjad (a.s.) had not fought, or revealed and interpreted the truth of Ashura's philosophy, or the purpose of Hussein ibn Ali (a.s.) and the enemy's oppression during the days of captivity--in the evening of Ashura in Karbala, in the following days en-route to Sham and Kufa, and in the city of Sham, then on the pilgrimage of Karbala, and while moving to Medina and during the many years that these great figures lived--the event of Ashura wouldn’t have survived and remained as vivacious till this day.
    Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a prominent role model in history; she shows the significance of a woman's presence in one of the most important events of human history. Blood gained a victory over the sword on the day of Ashura, and Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) was the cause of that victory. This was because the forces of righteousness were apparently defeated in a military fight in Karbala, but Zeinab al-Kubra's (s.a.) behavior was the factor that turned this apparent defeat into a permanent and decisive victory. That victory was due to the role she played after the day of Ashura. That is a very important point. The event proved that women are not on the periphery of history. It proved that women can have a central role in important historical events. This has been pointed out in several places in the Holy Quran as well. But Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a recent example and does not belong to ancient times. The story of her life is a tangible event. She played a brilliant role, making the enemies - who had apparently won the battle and slain all their opponents - feel humiliated in their own base. She branded them with permanent disgrace and turned their victory into a defeat. That was what Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) did. She proved that it is possible to turn feminine morality and modesty into glory and a great jihad.
    April21 , 2010

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    Truth_path got a reaction from SeyedMoAbbas in Zeinab(as) was the reason blood defeated on Ashura   
    Ayatollah Khamenei :
    If Zainab Kubra (a.s.) and Imam Sajjad (a.s.) had not fought, or revealed and interpreted the truth of Ashura's philosophy, or the purpose of Hussein ibn Ali (a.s.) and the enemy's oppression during the days of captivity--in the evening of Ashura in Karbala, in the following days en-route to Sham and Kufa, and in the city of Sham, then on the pilgrimage of Karbala, and while moving to Medina and during the many years that these great figures lived--the event of Ashura wouldn’t have survived and remained as vivacious till this day.
    Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a prominent role model in history; she shows the significance of a woman's presence in one of the most important events of human history. Blood gained a victory over the sword on the day of Ashura, and Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) was the cause of that victory. This was because the forces of righteousness were apparently defeated in a military fight in Karbala, but Zeinab al-Kubra's (s.a.) behavior was the factor that turned this apparent defeat into a permanent and decisive victory. That victory was due to the role she played after the day of Ashura. That is a very important point. The event proved that women are not on the periphery of history. It proved that women can have a central role in important historical events. This has been pointed out in several places in the Holy Quran as well. But Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a recent example and does not belong to ancient times. The story of her life is a tangible event. She played a brilliant role, making the enemies - who had apparently won the battle and slain all their opponents - feel humiliated in their own base. She branded them with permanent disgrace and turned their victory into a defeat. That was what Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) did. She proved that it is possible to turn feminine morality and modesty into glory and a great jihad.
    April21 , 2010

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    Truth_path reacted to Ali al-Dheeb in Introduce yourself here.   
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Khomeinist in Zeinab(as) was the reason blood defeated on Ashura   
    Ayatollah Khamenei :
    If Zainab Kubra (a.s.) and Imam Sajjad (a.s.) had not fought, or revealed and interpreted the truth of Ashura's philosophy, or the purpose of Hussein ibn Ali (a.s.) and the enemy's oppression during the days of captivity--in the evening of Ashura in Karbala, in the following days en-route to Sham and Kufa, and in the city of Sham, then on the pilgrimage of Karbala, and while moving to Medina and during the many years that these great figures lived--the event of Ashura wouldn’t have survived and remained as vivacious till this day.
    Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a prominent role model in history; she shows the significance of a woman's presence in one of the most important events of human history. Blood gained a victory over the sword on the day of Ashura, and Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) was the cause of that victory. This was because the forces of righteousness were apparently defeated in a military fight in Karbala, but Zeinab al-Kubra's (s.a.) behavior was the factor that turned this apparent defeat into a permanent and decisive victory. That victory was due to the role she played after the day of Ashura. That is a very important point. The event proved that women are not on the periphery of history. It proved that women can have a central role in important historical events. This has been pointed out in several places in the Holy Quran as well. But Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a recent example and does not belong to ancient times. The story of her life is a tangible event. She played a brilliant role, making the enemies - who had apparently won the battle and slain all their opponents - feel humiliated in their own base. She branded them with permanent disgrace and turned their victory into a defeat. That was what Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) did. She proved that it is possible to turn feminine morality and modesty into glory and a great jihad.
    April21 , 2010

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    Truth_path got a reaction from MuslimahAK in Zeinab(as) was the reason blood defeated on Ashura   
    Ayatollah Khamenei :
    If Zainab Kubra (a.s.) and Imam Sajjad (a.s.) had not fought, or revealed and interpreted the truth of Ashura's philosophy, or the purpose of Hussein ibn Ali (a.s.) and the enemy's oppression during the days of captivity--in the evening of Ashura in Karbala, in the following days en-route to Sham and Kufa, and in the city of Sham, then on the pilgrimage of Karbala, and while moving to Medina and during the many years that these great figures lived--the event of Ashura wouldn’t have survived and remained as vivacious till this day.
    Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a prominent role model in history; she shows the significance of a woman's presence in one of the most important events of human history. Blood gained a victory over the sword on the day of Ashura, and Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) was the cause of that victory. This was because the forces of righteousness were apparently defeated in a military fight in Karbala, but Zeinab al-Kubra's (s.a.) behavior was the factor that turned this apparent defeat into a permanent and decisive victory. That victory was due to the role she played after the day of Ashura. That is a very important point. The event proved that women are not on the periphery of history. It proved that women can have a central role in important historical events. This has been pointed out in several places in the Holy Quran as well. But Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) is a recent example and does not belong to ancient times. The story of her life is a tangible event. She played a brilliant role, making the enemies - who had apparently won the battle and slain all their opponents - feel humiliated in their own base. She branded them with permanent disgrace and turned their victory into a defeat. That was what Zeinab al-Kubra (s.a.) did. She proved that it is possible to turn feminine morality and modesty into glory and a great jihad.
    April21 , 2010

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    Truth_path reacted to AmirAlmuminin Lover in Introduce yourself here.   
    Salaam Alykum
    I am Amin, Iranian, living in US. I'm 25 years old.
    I like helping people and learning more about our beautiful religion, Islam Shia. I like technology, electronics, and computer science. My goal is Shahadat, inshaallah.
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    Truth_path reacted to Dhulfiqar20 in Introduce yourself here.   
    Salam alaykum
    My Name is Hamza, i live in Germany and im 22 Years old. I come from lebanon, im a hezbollah and harakat amal supporter.
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    Truth_path reacted to Ali al-Dheeb in Introduce yourself here.   
    Salam, 18 years old, living in France, born from jewish parents, convert to islam almost a year ago, still looking between sunni and shia islam, even through I'm convinced of shia islam for now.
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Sindbad05 in Salam-e-akhir   
    Allahomma Salli Ala'la Fatimatata wa abiha Wa ba'liha Wa baniha Wa Siri Almostada'3i fiha , bi adadi ma Ahata behi Elmok.
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    Truth_path reacted to Ron_Burgundy in Salam-e-akhir   
    Allah huma salia'alla Muhammad wa ale Muhammad
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    Truth_path reacted to Sindbad05 in Salam-e-akhir   
    Bar Khusnoodi-e-Syeda Zehra a.s Salwaat.  
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    Truth_path reacted to Hameedeh in Bab al-Hawaaij   
    اَلسَّلامُ عَلَيْكَ يا اَبَا الْفَضْلِ الْعَبّاسَ ابْنَ اَميرِ الْمُؤْمِنينَ
    AsSalam Alayk ya Abal Fazl Al Abbas ibn Amir al Momineen AS. 
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    Truth_path reacted to AfricanShia in Imam Husayn (as), Sayyid al-Shohada   
    4264.الإمامُ الرِّضا عليه السلام : فَعَلى‏ مِثلِ الحُسَينِ فَليَبكِ الباكونَ ؛ فإنَّ البُكاءَ عَلَيهِ يَحُطُّ الذُّنوبَ العِظامَ . ... كانَ أبي عليه السلام إذا دَخَلَ شَهرُ المُحَرَّمِ لا يُرى‏ ضاحِكاً ، وكانَتِ الكَآبَةُ تَغلِبُ عَلَيهِ حَتّى‏ تَمضِيَ عَشرَةُ أيّامٍ ، فإذا كانَ يَومُ العاشِرِ كانَ ذلكَ اليَومُ يَومَ مُصيبَتِهِ وحُزنِهِ وبُكائهِ ، ويَقولُ : هُوَ اليَومُ الَّذي قُتِلَ فيهِ الحُسَينُ عليه السلام 
    Imam al-Rida (AS) said,
     ‘Let the weepers weep over someone like Husayn, for verily weeping over him reduces the burden of great sins. Then he continued, saying, ‘As soon as the month of Muharram would set in, my father (AS) was never seen laughing and he would be overcome by melancholy until after the first ten days had passed. When the tenth day dawned, it was a day of grief and sorrow and crying for him, and he used to say, ‘This is the day when al-Husayn (AS) was martyred.’
    Wasa'il al - Shia, v. 1. p. 394. no. 8
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    From The Bible, Jeremiah 46:10 :
    But that day belongs to the Lord, the LORD Almighty-- a day of vengeance, for vengeance on his foes. The sword will devour till it is satisfied, till it has quenched its thirst with blood. For the Lord, the LORD Almighty, will offer sacrifice in the land of the north by the River Euphrates.
    ---
    The great Imam Husayn(as) attempted to drink from the Euphrates River but got an arrow shot in his neck.
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Hameedeh in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path got a reaction from M.IB in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path got a reaction from AfricanShia in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path got a reaction from ktk in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Heavenly_Silk in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path got a reaction from Salsabeel in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    No I didnt go there....InShaAllah as soon,with your Duas...
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    Truth_path reacted to Salsabeel in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    Alhamdolillah, yes. 
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    Truth_path reacted to notme in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    Someday, inshaAllah. For now, only by photos and videos. 
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    Truth_path reacted to AfricanShia in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    YA HUSSAIN!!!
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    Truth_path reacted to M.IB in Have you gone to Karbala?   
    I wish to go to Karbala and Najaf and Hajj, although I have been to Imam Rida [as] shrine at Mashhad,  
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