Revolusi Imam Husain(a.s.) (Indonesian)

Revolusi Imam Husain(a.s.) (Indonesian)

Revolusi Imam Husain(a.s.) (Indonesian)

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جلد Revolusi Imam Husain(a.s.) (Indonesian)
Published by:
Yusuf Fazl
Original Language:
14.0 × 10.5 cm

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We know That an evil man called Yazid, seized the Islamic government at its dawn and Hossein (p.b.u.h), and other superior personalities of the Prophet (s.a.w) household, endeavored to save Islam and the Muslims, and also Yazid prohibited water to a group of his followers and finally killed all of them without giving their thirsty lips water, We also know the Prophet (s.a.w) himself,introduced Hussain, his daughter's Fatemeh's son as the reviver of his religion, and considered him a life - saving ship for the people.
Now on the bloody revolution of Hossein (p.b.u.h), which in the 51st year of Hejrat saved Islam's Truth from being inverted and gave Islam new life we have at hand abundant and countless analysis and examinations, and the advantage of this ready pamphlet is in it's briefness.
After analyzing the great personality of Hussain (p.b.u.h) and the superior characteristics of the Prophet of Islam's pure lineage, we deal with the characteristics of Yazid and his impure lineage, and the lineage of Bain Omayah and explains the long previous record of this impure lineage and its resistance, from the dawning of the great Islam, against it, and finally was reach this point of Bani Omayeh after it's defeat by Islam, how they changed tactics, and by their apparent accepting of Islam they stole it from their masters and in this manner they endeavored forth ruin of Islam.
Then, by reminding us of Ali's endeavourment to adjust the direction of Islam, it deals with the explanation of Hussain start? And even though Hussain (p.b.u.h) and superior personalities of the Prophets (s.a.w) lineage and many of their followers were martyred and apparently defeated, what notable and interesting result was gained? How did Islam find new life in this great battle and its way altered and corrected?

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