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Hz Hamza, Prophet Muhammad's uncle, Very nice Hymn about him, amazing Voice

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Uploaded on Nov 14, 2010

The owner of this amazing voice is Mesut Şimşek. And hymn called "Yer Agliyordu Hamza'ya" which means, "Earth was Crying for Hamza". Special thanks for Musa_Todu for the video montage. I hope you like it

Hz Vahsi become Muslim afterwards, and he killed the Müseylemetü'l-Kezzap (The Flase Prophet) at Yemame war with the very same spear that he killed Hz Hamza. He lived his short life after being honoured with Islam with praying and crying. And he is a sahabe which means he is a friend of Prophet Muhammed. So i am warning all my muslim brothers, do not think or say anything bad about him.


LYRICS with my poor translation:

Earth was crying for Hamza
Heavens were crying for Hamza
Uhud (Mountain where the battle happened) was crying, crying
Crying for its Hero.

He visited the Prophet
Choosed Islam as his religion
Said, i would die for you
The lion of God Hamza

Earth was crying for Hamza
Heavens were crying for Hamza
Uhud was crying, crying
Crying for its Hero.

He gives power to believers.
And fear to infidels
He sincerely loves Prophet
The lion of God Hamza

Earth was crying for Hamza
Heavens were crying for Hamza
Uhud was crying, crying
Crying for its Hero.

He went to Uhud for Jihad (War on the way of God)
He was always on the very front.
Never afraid of Kafirs.
The hero of Uhud, Hamza.

Earth was crying for Hamza
Heavens were crying for Hamza
Uhud was crying, crying
Crying for its Hero.

Vahsi ambushed and wait for Hamza
He couldn't dared to come close to him.
And When he had the chance.
He speared him

Earth was crying for Hamza
Heavens were crying for Hamza
Uhud was crying, crying
Crying for its Hero.

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