What did Prophet say about Imam Hussain?

Prophet Muhammad described Husayn and his brother, Hasan, as “the masters of the youth of Paradise.”

Do Sunnis celebrate Karbala?

For the Sunni majority, the day is marked with fasting and special prayers in mosques. For Shia Muslims, it marks the anniversary of the killing of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Hussein during the Battle of Karbala, and is therefore a day of mourning.

What did Muhammad say?

Believing that God had chosen him as his messenger Muhammad began to preach what God had revealed to him. The simple and clear-cut message of Islam, that there is no God but Allah, and that life should be lived in complete submission to the will of Allah, was attractive to many people, and they flocked to hear it.

What is the significance of Imam Husayn (as) ’s letter from Karbala?

Shaykh Muhammad Mahdi al-Asifi in his book entitled Ashura makes an analysis of Imam Husayn (As)’S Letter From Karbala To His Brother, Muhammad. This letter Imam al-Husain wrote “at a critical juncture in the history” of the Muslim Ummah. The Umayyads had gone to great lengths in tyranny and had corrupted Islamic society.

What did the Imam say in his sermon at Karbala?

On reaching Karbala’, a point where they had been forced to discontinue their journey and to disembark on the orders of Ibn Ziyad, the Imam stood up to address his companions. In that sermon he declares that life under tyranny is not worthy of man, unless the people rise in an attempt to restore the higher values.

What was the Imam’s motive in making his last will?

This testament does not mention the formalities that usually form part of the last will made nowadays. On the other hand the Imam wished to clarify his motive. He wanted to tell the people that his movement was not an ordinary one based on human passions and worldly desires.

What is the aim of Imam Hussain’s revolution?

Aim of Imam Hussain (AS)’s Revolution The aim of my revolution is to reform the society and revive the true teachings of Islam (Tuhaf al-Uqul, p.243) 2. Being Free-spirited