Reflection About Ashura

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How Ashura affected me personally Ashura is the tenth day of the month of Muharram in the Hijri and called upon Muslims Ashura marks the day when Hussein bin Ali grandson of the Prophet Mohammad was killed in the Battle of Karbala, so he considers Shiites day mourning and sorrow. Many other historical events also took place on the same day. Muslims have differed about the fasting that day Ashura is the tenth of Muharram, an Islamic name, came Ashura tide with the deletion of the ground that after the eye, the word Ashura means tenth in Arabic, and here comes the label, and if it has been translated word literal translation, it means "the tenth day". Indeed, any day on the tenth of this month, "Muharram", and despite the fact that some Muslim…show more content…
Accounts varied on the origin of the fast of Ashura them. Some of them said it was a day of fasting when Quraish before ignorance and to the imposition of fasting during Ramadan has become optional. Some books of the Sunnis and the movement of the Prophet Muhammad fasted when he learned that the Jews of the city Asmonh. Some rejected this novel to the different Ashura Ashura Jews from Muslims. As he tells the followers of the Sunni sect that fasting on the day of Ashura delegates remained like all days where laments fasting, and did not care about him one of the Muslims more than that fasting in which his virtues which it was stated words of the Prophet as Narrated by Muslim, "expiate for the past year" has been up on it in the era of the caliphs, so Friday was the tenth of Muharram and one of the City of immigration, which is the day when Al-Hussein bin Ali was killed in…show more content…
On Ashura in 61 immigration tribe of the Prophet killed Muhammad and third Ahlulbait Imam Hussein bin Ali and his companions and the men of his family in the battle of Karbala, unjustly, of them: his brother Abbas ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib, his two sons, the largest and Abdullah infant, his brothers, Abdullah bin Ali bin Abu Talib Othman bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Jafar bin Ali bin Abi Talib, Mohammed bin Ali bin Abi Talib, the sons of his brother Hassan Abu Bakar bin Hassan bin Ali, and al-Qasim bin Hassan bin Ali, and Hassan Al-Muthanna, the son of his sister Zainab, Aoun bin Abdul Abdullah bin Ja'far al-Tayyar, Al-Aqeel Abdullah bin Muslim bin Aqeel, Abdul Rahman bin Aqeel, Jafar bin Aqeel bin Abi Talib, Muhammad bin Muslim bin

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