۲۹ شهریور ۱۴۰۰ |۱۲ صفر ۱۴۴۳ | Sep 20, 2021
Muslims mark Arbaeen as COVID-19 restricts pilgrimage to Karbala

For centuries the followers of the Ahlul Bayt (a) continue to find the events of Karbala to be the most painful tragedy of their own and their grief is renewed, instead of forgotten, year after year.

Hawzah News AgencyMourning is grief of the loss of a loved one and the expression of this grief varies from culture to culture. One who loves the Ahl ul-Bayt and holds sincere sympathy for any oppressed victim mourns over the loss of Imam Husayn and the 72 members who accompanied him during the tragedy of Karbala. Various hadiths emphasize on the value of mourning for the martyrs, both publicly and privately.

One way is to express extreme grief over this tragedy as well as acknowledge Imam Husayn’s virtues and strive to emulate him as he proved to be the perfect exemplar. Consequently, the mourner receives bounteous rewards, both in this world and the next. In the above mentioned article, te author offers the outcomes of mourning for Imam Husayn (a) using evidence from Qur’anic verses and passages from Ziyarat ‘Ashura. Acknowledging the valiance and sacrifice of Imam Husayn and his companions and displaying inner and outward sorrow for the tragedy helps one attain divine mercy, divine forgiveness, and companionship with the Ahlul Bayt in this world and the next.

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