Indian Magazine Applauds the Poetic Genius of a Kashmiri Bard Revering Karbala's Essence! Facilitating Arbaeen Pilgrimage: Pakistan Proposes Free Visas for Karbala-bound Travelers Are the Narrations of Karbala Reliable? A conversation with a Japanese clerk Sheikh Ibrahim Swada Interview with an American Orientalist Unity in Faith: Iraq and Pakistan Set the Stage for Pilgrim-Friendly Policies in Karbala and Najaf Pictures: Museum of the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussein How Iraqi people became the best hosts in history? - Part II How Iraqi people became the best hosts in history - Part I The center holds a seminar On the unseen dimensions of the personality of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him (Part One) Mr. Abdul Amir Al-Quraishi receives the delegation of the Iranian Arbaeen Committee From the sea to Al-Hussein sacred slaughter place Roofing the streets of the old city (views) A delegation from Karbala Center for Studies and Research visits the Media Department at Al-Hussaini Holy Shrine Karbala: Tarateel Sajjadiyya Festival With Pictures … Arbaeen pilgrims walking from the southernmost point of Iraq Publication of the eleventh issue of (The Week) newsletter Karbala theater produced by history and represented by reality (scenes) The committees of the International Conference for the Arbaeen visitation hold their session in preparation for the conference A meeting on ideological linguistic vocabulary
KCSR'S Publications / Scientific Publications
10:49 AM | 2020-08-20 1040
جانب من تشيع الشهيد زكي غنام
تحميل الصورة

Martyrs prior the battle of Karbala… Qais bin Mashar al-Sidawi

His name is "Qais bin Mashar bin Khulaid bin Jundub bin Munqith bin Jisr bin Nakrah bin Nawfal bin al-Saida," from the tribe of "Bani Amr al-Sidawi," a branch of Bani Asad tribe.

He was an honorable man in his tribe, a brave and loyal to the Prophet Muhammad's household "peace be upon them."

The famous companion "Abu Makhnaf" said "Al-Husayn (peace be upon him) called on his messenger (Muslim bin Aqeel), and send him with Qais bin Mashar al-Sidawi, Abd al-Rahman bin Abdullah bin al-Kadun al-Arhaby, to the people of Kufa."

"Muslim" came then to Medina, as he prayed in its mosque, then he hired two guides from Qais tribe. However, they lost the way, and became very thirsty, until the two guides him that this road ends with water source.

Therefore, Muslim sent a letter with Qais bin Mashar to al-Husayn, to tell him about this ordeal, and to take the Imam's answer.

According to the historian "Al-Tabari", "Qais bin Mashar al-Sidawi took the letter to Kufa, and when arrived to Qadisiyah town, a leader named (Husayn ibn Tamim) took him to the tyrant Ubayd Allah bin Ziyad, who told him to curse Imam Al-Hussein, but his answer was to shout from roof of Ubayd Allah's palace, (O people, Imam Hussein bin Ali is the best of God’s creation, he is the son of Fatima, the daughter of the Messenger of God, and I am His Messenger to you, so pledge your allegiance to him,) so Ubayd Allah bin Ziyad ordered his guards to throw him from the palace, so he died.

 

Source:

Mawsueat Karbala Al-Hadharia, publication of Karbala Center for Studies and Research.

[Vol. 4, p. 235-240].

 

 

 

Facebook Facebook Twitter Messenger Messenger WhatsApp Telegram Viber Email
Related topics
2020-01-25 1180
2020-01-25 922
2020-01-25 1160
2020-01-25 921
Decorative Elements
2020-01-25 921