I Am an Iranian Daughter

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Wednesday, February 08, 2006

Tomorrow is the tenth of Moharam (the first month of Arabic year). About 14 centuries ago, Imam Hossein stood against the time government. And on tenth of Moharam a war between government army and Imam and his followers happened. Hossein (P.U.H) just had 72 men among his followers at the battle and the government army was more than 1000 men. They stood and struggle for their believes although the Khalife( the time governor) offered to award them best things and governing of some cities. At last at the evening of the day all the faithful men were killed but one –Imam Sadjad- (he was sick) was alive. All their families (women and children) arrested as the prisoners of the war.

Hossein is the third children of saint Fatima (our prophet's daughter) and Ali (shia`s first Imam and the bravest and the most faithful man in Islam history who was born in Ka`be in Mecca).

On this day Shia Muslims try to hold different ceremonies to respect Hussein and his followers and talk about their beliefs and thoughts.


At 2:18 AM , Blogger Omid Memarian said...

Nice Blog, You should update it more Iranian Doughter...Good Job

At 12:39 PM , Blogger Wajahat Abbas said...

Nice Blog.

Keep writing. About 10th Muharram, ya this is the day, which changes the world forever.

At 12:39 PM , Blogger Winston said...


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At 11:04 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Blogs such as yours help us all to see each other as human despite our different languages, countries, and cultures. Very nice.

At 12:19 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi ,
have you looked at wikipedia?
there is arabic instead of farsi!!!!

I have changed some of them to Persian but please check it again



At 12:20 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi ,
have you looked at wikipedia about göthe and hafez?
there is only arabic books instead of farsi!!!! hafez and sadi were arabs!!!!!!!!!

I have changed some of them to Persian but please check it again




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