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Bassim - وعدك وينه (Wa'dek Weyna)

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Uploaded on Feb 9, 2008

Al Hajj Mulla Bassim Karbalaei recites for the tragedy of Karbala, over 1300 years since the massacre of Imam Hussain (a.s.) and his family and companions. Imam Hussain (a.s.) is the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed (s.a.w.). Here Mulla Bassim recites for Abo Fothlel Abbas (a.s.), the half-brother of Imam Hussain (a.s.) who gave everything he had away by being killed serving Imam Hussain (a.s.) and Islam. Abbas (a.s.) went to get water for the camp of thirsty women and children, and refused to drink despite days of thirst whilst his brother Imam Hussain (a.s.) was thirsty. Upon returning to the camp, his left hand was cut, and his right hand, and arrow was shot into his eye and he was hit on his head and thus fell to the desert sand dropping the flag. Abel Fothlel means "the father of virtues" Abbas (a.s.). This is because he displayed all the virtues known to man on that day of Ashoora (the tenth of Muharram), in Karbala.

باسم الكربلائي

Despite that Imam Hussain died over 1300 years ago, his martyrdom, struggle and tribulation is an inspiration to millions around the world today. Millions mourn and cry for him, as if he died yesterday.

This eulogy is a remembarance of the family of Mohammed and their struggles and oppression in Karbala. The chest beating is just culture, but its foundation represents joining the family of Mohammed in their tragedy and creates a sense of mourning, also showing that love for them is important, pure, and rewardable by Allah (s.w.t.).

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