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Once abbasiyad caliphate tried to excavate the body of imam hussain(a.s.) many years after the tragedy......coz it is said that the shahids do not die nd their body do not wear nd tear out in the grave........when the shias resisted they settled down to excavate the grave of hur(a.s.) ............during the battle of karbala when hur (a.s.) was injured and blood was gushing out of his forehead imam hussain(a.s.) tied the hand made handkerchief of janab fatima on his forehead the blood stooped and he was buried with handkerchief..............so when his grave was excavated his body was found in the same state with that handkerchief on his forehead.........abbasiyad people knew that the handkerchief was of janabe fatima so they become greedy and thought it would be a treasure to keep janab-e-fatimas handkerchief......so even after much protest of shias the handkerchief was untied and removed....the effect was that the blood again started gushing out of the wound.......the authorities had to tie the handkerchief back on his forehead.............thus proving that not only does their body remains preserves but also their blood and thus they are alive even being dead in world's view

ur brother in faith

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Just to let the shias know that it was not the abbasite who dug the grave of hazrat hur but the Shia leader shah Ismail safavi, I've also read this this in some Shia work. But here il qoute a Shia poster who already posted this info on shiachat in the past. His/ her name qizilbash.

"The great Traditionist (Muhaddis) Sayyed Ne'matullah Jazaeri narrates an incident in his book "Anware No'maniyah" that once Shah Isma'il Safawi came to Karbala. He heard the people denying and doubting the faithfulness of Hurr bin Yazid-ar-Riyahi (one of the companions of Imam Husain, who was martyred in Karbala). He gave the order to dig the grave of Hurr.

When the grave of Hurr was opened people saw the corpse of Hurr lying afresh. A kerchief was tied on his forehead, regarding which it is related, that on the day of 'Ashoora' (the tenth of Moharram), Imam Husain (A.S.) himself had tied a kerchief on the bleeding forehead of Hurr. Shah Isma'il ordered that the kerchief should be removed and given to him so as to be kept in his shroud. As soon as the kerchief was removed, blood started oozing from the forehead of Hurr, hence it was tied back. Shah Isma'il ordered another kerchief to be tied instead of it.

When this was done the blood ceased to stop flowing. The Shah was helpless and ordered the kerchief to remain at it's original place. He then acknowledged the faithfulness and high honour of Hurr. Then he ordered a Shrine to be erected on the grave.

In the same manner Shaikh Kulaini and Shaikh Sadooq (two great Shi'ah Ulamas)'s graves were opened, and their bodies were found fresh there in as if sleeping in peace. The Henna applied on the hands of Shaikh Sadooq also remained intact even after so much time. The signs of life were visible from his body.

On the other hand, when the spirits of the non-believers are being punished, their bodies are also effected. When Bani Abbas gained victory over Bani Ummayah and entered Damascus, they started exhuming their graves. When the grave of Yazid ibne Mu'awiyah was opened, only a lump of mud was found instead of his body."

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