The heart of the city is with them but its words against

The heart of the city is with them but its words against them

The heart of the city is with them but its words against

Yazil became angry and plotted to assassinate Imam Husain (as). That is, "Mar has sincere sympathy. (Hussein) Every Qiya's sword is against him. "Yazid's un-Islamic activities. As a ruler, Yazid was not proficient in his father's opinion. He was ineffective, ruthless and treacherous. And he was always intoxicated with women and alcohol, which hurt the feelings of devout Muslims, and they opposed Yazid and supported Imam Hussein (ra). Medina is important. From Medina to Damascus, the importance of Medina was greatly diminished. At that time Medina was devout. When the Muslims sided with Imam Husain, they planned to assassinate Yazid Husain. Obaidullah, the son of Muawiyah, was the guardian of Kufr. The common people of Kukar became disgusted with his tyranny, so they ruled Umayyad. Ray. Imam Hussein at their invitation. (Ra.) Left for Kufra with his party. But in the meantime, Yazid put pressure on the people of Kufa. Attitudes change. They broke their promise to Imam Husain (as) and betrayed him. Basically, the betrayal of the people of Kufa accelerated the battle of Karbala. 

As Muawiyah has been presented in different ways by different historians

Arab Administrator Treasurer and Minister of Defense of the Umayyad Caliphate

Administrative System of Muawiyah


The assassination of Muslim bin Akil 

Imam Husain (RA) is his cousin Muslim to know the political status of Kufr. Bin sends Akil. He observes the honesty, mentality, inspiration, etc. of the people of Kufa. Muslim. Although the situation in Kufa was reported in favor of Husain (RA), the people of Kufa later betrayed him. Kufr | The ruler, Obaidullah bin Ziad, conspired to kill the Muslim, which made the battle of Karbala inevitable. The Pathetic Event of Karbala After receiving the encouragement and persuasion of Abdullah Ibn Zubair and the letter of reassurance from the Muslim, Imam Husain (RA) left for Kufra with 200 devotees and relatives. The ruler received the news of Yazid Hussein's journey to Kufa. He instructed Obaidullah to stop. As Hussein approached Kufra, he was stopped by a cavalry force led by al-Hayr of Tamim Gaetr. As Hussein's party advanced on the west bank of the Euphrates River, a group of 4,000 troops sent by Yazid, led by Omar bin Saad, prevented them from entering Kufa. Hussein, besieged, set up tent camp in the desert of Karbala on the Euphrates River, 25 miles north of Kufr, and requested to accept one of the three peace proposals to avoid conflict. 

For example

1) Let him go back to the place where he came from.

2) Or send him to Damascus for talks with Yazid. Or. 

3) Let him go to the battlefield and fight against the enemies of Islam. 

But Obaidullah rejected his peace offer and ordered Imam Husain (as) to surrender unconditionally to Yazid. In the end, Hussein decided to fight. Historian Moore said, "Well had it been for the Umayyad house, if the prayer had been agreed to."

The war between the parties began

Going to fight and showing on the battlefield Eventually, on the 10th of October, 60 AH or the 10th of Muharram, 61 AH, care was taken between the two sides in the desert of Karbala. In this unequal war, only on June 62, Juggam with his relatives to fight against more than 5000 soldiers. Imam Husain (RA) and all the others were martyred. Shows the culmination of heroism and freedom. Imam Husain (RA) was defeated and killed. Apart from Zainul Abadan, the ailing son of Husain (RA), there were no other males in the lineage of the Prophet (SAW). The mine brutally beheaded Hussein and beheaded Hussein and sent him to Yazid. Yazid returned the severed head of Hussein to his sister Zainab and son Zainul Abidin. Later, Husain's body was buried in Karbala along with his head. Awaken the sympathy of the collector reader," said historian Edward Gibbon. That is to say, "In that distant age and climate, a scene like that of Hussein (ra) conveys sympathy even in the hearts of the most difficult readers." Imam Hussain's family in the desert of Karbala. The tragic scene of this shocking incident is still alive in the heart of every Muslim in the world.

The Importance and Impact of the Battle of Karbala The tragic and shocking massacre of Karbala is very important and touching in the history of Islam. 




It took two forms in the history of Islam 

The heart of the city is with them but its words against

(1) political strife.

(2) religious divisions. 

Political catastrophe: The brutal assassination of Karbala caused a political catastrophe for the Islamic State. The recurrence of this incident in the homes of different regions including Kufa, Basra, Hejaz gradually turned into a reaction. As a result, the voices of Ali's descendants in the caliphate became louder and louder. Historian William Muir.

1637- "The tragedy of Kerbala decided not only the fate of the Caliphate but the Mohammedan kingdoms long after the Caliphate and had waned and disappeared." 


Umayyad-Hashemite Conflict 

The Umayyad-Hashemite conflict intensified as a result of the Karbala massacre. The massacre caused a stir in the Islamic world. This event determined the fate of the Khilafah and the Muslim Sultanate long after it.


He established authority in Sicily and Calabria. But on the occasion of the Kharijite revolt, the Umayyad Caliph of Spain, Anasir, occupied Mauritania. He built a beautiful city called Al-Mansura on the outskirts of Susa. This For some time it was the capital of the Fatimids. Mansur died in 952 AD after seven years of rule. And was buried in Mahdia. The suppression of the rebellion of Abu Yazid and his followers during his reign is particularly noteworthy. He is also credited with establishing the new city of Mansura on the outskirts of Susa.



Al-Muiz (952-985 AD) (Al-Muiz, 952-975 AD)

After the death of Caliph al-Mansur in 952 AD (342 AH), his son Abu Tamim ascended the throne as the fourth caliph of the Fatimid caliphate, taking the title of Ma'd al-Mu'izz. He was born in 319 AH (929 AD) in Mahdia. He spent his childhood in a wartime environment. He himself was a skilled soldier. Al-Muiz was in charge of education and he knew many languages. Arabic, Barbarian, Nubian, Ancient Italian, Greek and Slavic He had language skills. Historian Syed Amir Ali said of him, 'He was unquestionably the Mamun of the west and under him North Africa attained the highest pick of civilization and prosperity.

The Conquest of Egypt The main source of revenue was Egypt. Egypt first for the Umayyads and then for the Abbasids in Baghdad. Is considered an important province. Egypt was ruled by the Ikhshids during the reign of Fatimi Khalifa Muiz. Was ruled by Kafur. Despite the peaceful rule of the infidels, Egypt became a region of anarchy. In the plague. Due to the famine the situation took a massive shape. The previous three Fatimid attacks caused unrest in Egypt. But Fatimid propaganda continues in Egypt. Prime Minister of the country, Chief Qazi and Treasurer of the Fatimids

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