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Photos: International day of Ali Al-Asghar in Istanbul, Turkey

12:19 PM | 2021-08-17 536
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The international day of Imam Hussein's youngest sons Ali Al-Asghar "peace be upon them" was held in Halkali of Istanbul, Turkey

 

According to Zehraana.org, Abd Allah bin al-Hussain bin Ali bin Abi Talib (Arabic: عبدالله بن حسین بن علی بن ابی طالب) best known as Ali al-Asghar (Arabic: علي الاصغر) [the younger Ali] and Abd Allah al-Radi' (Arabic: عبدالله الرَضيع) [suckling Abd Allah"] was the youngest child of Imam al-Hussain (a) and his mother was Al-Rabab.

 

He is the youngest martyr of the Battle of Karbala on the day of Ashura and has very respectable and a high position among Shi'a (and even Sunni Muslims). He is given the title "Bab al-Hawa'ij".

 

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