Al-Salam Aliq or Aba'Abd Allah
The holy pilgrimage of the Holy Land has come to us from Imam Asebar (peace be upon him).
With very beautiful audio
Beautiful and completely free environment
"Greetings to those dead lips, hello to the merits of the blood, to hell with that dirty soil, hi to those fragmented members, hello on those woody teeth, hello, on top of the spear .... ..
Hey, whose heart is scorching, and your tears are remembering you, hello who is painful and sad and enthusiastic and humble, hello, who if he was with you in Karbala, he would protect you from the sharpness of the swords with his life. And he gave his half life for your sake, and .....
If my time had delayed me and my divine destinies were arresting me from your help and I would not fight those who fought you and hostile to those who hated you, instead of regretting and regretting your tribulations in the morning. And I will dance on you and brush blood for you instead of tears, so much so that I will die from the overwhelming tribulation and grief ... "
These hilarious moaning and these words are full of burning and full of tears and ah, a cry of sorrows of sorrow and sorrow is one who is hurting himself at the tragedies of Imam Hussein (peace be upon him) and a heart of love and affection for He remembers his heels.
This is a breakthrough from the narrative of the sad story of Karbala and an epiphany from the great incident of Ashura, which flowed from the words of the Imam of the Imam of Allah (PBUH & HP) Farah Al-Sharif in his great-grandfather, Hazrat Abbas (pbuh) Abdullah al-Hussein (peace be upon him).
What is collected in this letter is two pilgrimages from the Holy Land of Imam Ali (PBUH & HP) of Farah Al-Sharif, the late Majlesi in Bihar al-Anwar (vol. 98, p. 317), as well as in Takfat al-Zayer from the old book of Sheikh Mufid al-Rahmah Has been. The pilgrimage of the martyrs of Karbala was also issued from the holy shrine of the Prophet, and includes the names of the martyrs and some of the people and their killers. Which is in books such as Iqbal Seyyed bin Tawoos and Bihar al-Anwar al-Ma'muq Majlisi (vol. 98, p. 286, vol. 45, p. 65)