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Can you please help with these doubts that I've met recently and since then i feel like all of the waqia e karbala is twisted . 1. Was imam hussain going to koofa to build an army if yes then it was a good strategy by opponents to kill them when they were alone. 2. Why the opponents didn't kill imam sajjad in karbala as without him there would've been no shias and eventually everybody would've obeyed yazid. 3. Imam hussain was forced to leave madina but he left a daughter there to whom no harm was made. Please help me clear my concepts
Building Mosques Over Graves - ON THE SAD OCCASION OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE GRAVES OF JANNATUL BAQI BY THE WAHABIS ( 8TH SHAWWAL -1345 AH / April 21, 1925) Pre-Islamic instances of mosques built over graves:The following list is merely indicative and should not be treated as exhaustive:1. Prophet Dawood (a.s.) in Quds, Israel2. Prophet Ibrahim (a.s.) in Hebron, Israel3. Prophet Is’haaq (a.s.) in Hebron4. Prophet Yaqoob (a.s.) in Hebron5. Prophet Yusuf (a.s.) in HebronAll these graves were elevated structures of stones and remained in this condition even after the spread of Islam in Quds. (
Salaam Alaykum The saudi regime is once again planning to destroy islamic heritage. Their target this time includes the green dome above the holy grave of the Holy Prophet (saww), his prayer niche, his mimbar and masjid-e-ghamama among others. I will post an article from the Independent which has more details in my post below. The troubling issue is that many muslims are not aware about this. And those who eventually get aware usually dont raise their voices against it.. Take a look at http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/middle-east/medina-saudis-take-a-bulldozer-to-islams-history-8228795.
Destruction of Jannatul Baqi - The oppression on Janabe Fatima (sa) continues till today ON THE SAD OCCASION OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE GRAVES OF JANNATUL BAQI BY THE WAHABIS( 8TH SHAWWAL -1345 AH / April 21, 1925) ____________________________________________________ HISTORY OF THE CEMETERY OF JANNAT AL-BAQI WHERE IMAM HASAN B. ALI (2ND IMAM), IMAM ALI B. AL-HUSAYN (4TH IMAM), IMAM MUHAMMAD B. ALI (5TH IMAM), & IMAM JA'FAR B. MUHAMMAD (6TH IMAM), PEACE BE UPON THEM, ARE BURIED On 8th Shawwal, Wednesday, in the year 1345 AH (April 21, 1925), mausoleums in Jannatul al-Baqi
Visitation of Graves and Wahhabism Visitation of graves and respecting them has been an age-old tradition, an act revered and considered absolutely important. The visitation of a pilgrim is widely accepted among the people and due to this they respect the pilgrim. This trait is found in all the religions and across all nations.People of the past and the present have always considered visiting graves as means of fortune and prosperity. Abu Hatim says that whenever Abu Mashur Abdullah Demeshqi Ghassani (died 218 A.H.) used to go towards the mosque people one after the other used to salute him an
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