Posted by: pinkturtle2 | Disember 15, 2011

Upacara 10 Muharram Pada 6 Disember Lepas..

Smoke billows as part of Ashura rituals as Muslim Shiite pilgrims gather in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Smoke billows as part of Ashura rituals as Muslim Shiite pilgrims gather in the Iraqi holy city of Karbala on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners parade a horse, symbolising the one used by seventh-century Muslim saint Imam Hussain in battle, during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammad's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners parade a horse, symbolising the one used by seventh-century Muslim saint Imam Hussain in battle, during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammad’s grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain’s tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners flagellate themselves during an Ashura procession in Quetta on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners flagellate themselves during an Ashura procession in Quetta on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed’s grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain’s tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner performs religious rituals during an Ashura procession in Karachi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner performs religious rituals during an Ashura procession in Karachi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed’s grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain’s tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson in southern Iraq in the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed’s grandson in southern Iraqin the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession  in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson in southern Iraq in the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson in southern Iraq in the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Bahraini Shiite Muslim men hit their heads with swords during Ashura mourning rituals in Manama on December 6, 2011 to commemorate the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Saudi Shiite Muslim men re-enact in a street play the killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammed, during Ashura mourning rituals in the mostly Shiite Qatif region of Eastern Province on December 6, 2011.

Saudi Shiite Muslim men re-enact in a street play the killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of Prophet Mohammed, during Ashura mourning rituals in the mostly Shiite Qatif region of Eastern Province on December 6, 2011.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession  in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson in southern Iraq in the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners flagellate themselves during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourners flagellate themselves during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed’s grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain’s tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Indian Shiite Muslim performs a ritual of self-flagellation in a religious procession in the old quarters of New Delhi on December 6, 2011 during Ashura commemorations marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

A young Pakistani Shiite Muslim boy flagellates himself during a religious procession on the ninth day of holy Islamic month of Moharram in Peshawar on December 5, 2011. Pakistan stepped up security across the country as minority Shiites began annual Ashura processions to commemorate the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. During the annual festival of Ashura, culminating on the 10th day of Moharram when Hussain died, Shiites parade in major cities, beating their chests and whipping their backs with flails.

Kashmiri Shiite Muslims perform a ritual of self-flagellation with knives during a religious procession  in downtown Srinagar on December 6,2011 held on the 10th day of Ashura, which commemorates the slaying of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson in southern Iraq in the seventh century. During the Shiite Muslim holy month of Muharram, large processions are formed and the devotees parade the streets holding banners and carrying models of the mausoleum of Hazrat Imam Hussain and his people, who fell at Karbala. Shias show their grief and sorrow by inflicting wounds on their own bodies with sharp metal tied to chains to depict the sufferings of the martyrs.

Iranian Shiite Muslim men participate in traditional Ashura mourning rituals in Tehran on December 6, 2011 during commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of Islam's Prophet Mohammed, in the battle of Karbala.

Iranian Shiite Muslim men participate in traditional Ashura mourning rituals in Tehran on December 6, 2011 during commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, grandson of Islam’s Prophet Mohammed, in the battle of Karbala.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner performs religious rituals during an Ashura procession in Quetta on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammad's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

An Indian Shiite Muslim is covered with his own blood after self-flagellation during a religious procession in Mumbai on December 6, 2011. Devout Shiite Muslims the world over observe rituals - beating of their chests and self-flagellation during Ashura commemorations - marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammad, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

An Indian Shiite Muslim is covered with his own blood after self-flagellation during a religious procession in Mumbai on December 6, 2011. Devout Shiite Muslims the world over observe rituals – beating of their chests and self-flagellation during Ashura commemorations – marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammad, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

An Indian Shiite Muslim is covered with his own blood after self-flagellation during a religious procession in Mumbai on December 6, 2011. Devout Shiite Muslims the world over observe rituals - beating of their chests and self-flagellation during Ashura commemorations - marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner flagellates himself during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

Iraqi Muslim Shiite men perform in a street play re-enacting the killing of Imam Hussein as part of Ashura rituals in Baghdad's Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Iraqi Muslim Shiite men perform in a street play re-enacting the killing of Imam Hussein as part of Ashura rituals in Baghdad’s Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Iraqi Muslim Shiite men perform in a street play re-enacting the killing of Imam Hussein as part of Ashura rituals in Baghdad's Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

Iraqi Muslim Shiite men perform in a street play re-enacting the killing of Imam Hussein as part of Ashura rituals in Baghdad’s Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

An Iraqi Muslim Shiite man hits his head with a sword during Ashura rituals in Baghdad's Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

An Iraqi Muslim Shiite man shouts as he takes part in Ashura rituals in Baghdad's Sadr City on December 6, 2011. Ashura mourns the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, who was killed by armies of the caliph Yazid near Karbala in 680 AD.

A disabled Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner (L) flagellates himself during an Ashura procession in Rawalpindi on December 6, 2011, on the tenth day of the holy month of Moharram, to mark the martyrdom of seventh century saint Imam Hussain. Shiite Muslims stage religious processions on Ashura to commemorate the death of the Prophet Mohammed's grandson Hussain at Karbala in modern-day Iraq in 680 AD. Reciting elegies and hymns, participants carry black banners and march behind replicas of Imam Hussain's tomb in Iraq, whipping their backs in a display of devotion.

A young Myanmar Shiite Muslim takes part in a religious procession in Yangon on December 6, 2011 as part of Ashura celebrations. The commemorations mark the seventh-century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

A young Myanmar Shiite Muslim takes part in a religious procession in Yangon on December 6, 2011 as part of Ashura celebrations. The commemorations mark the seventh-century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

An Indian Shiite Muslim performs a ritual of self-flagellation with a razor blade in a religious procession in the old quarters of New Delhi on December 6, 2011 during Ashura commemorations marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

An Indian Shiite Muslim performs a ritual of self-flagellation with a razor blade in a religious procession in the old quarters of New Delhi on December 6, 2011 during Ashura commemorations marking the seventh century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq.

A young Indian Shiite Muslim cries as an elder makes a cut on his forehead with a knife during a procession to mark Ashura in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011. Ashura is the 10th day of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, observed around the world in remembrance of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed.

A young Indian Shiite Muslim cries as an elder makes a cut on his forehead with a knife during a procession to mark Ashura in Hyderabad, India, Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2011. Ashura is the 10th day of Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar, observed around the world in remembrance of the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner carries blood-stained knives after performing religious rituals during a procession on the ninth day of holy Islamic month of Moharram in Islamabad on December 5, 2011. Pakistan stepped up security across the country as minority Shiites began annual Ashura processions to commemorate the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. During the annual festival of Ashura, culminating on the 10th day of Moharram when Hussain died, Shiites parade in major cities, beating their chests and whipping their backs with flails.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim mourner cleans blood-stained knives after performing religious rituals during a procession on the ninth day of holy Islamic month of Moharram in Islamabad on December 5, 2011. Pakistan stepped up security across the country as minority Shiites began annual Ashura processions to commemorate the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. During the annual festival of Ashura, culminating on the 10th day of Moharram when Hussain died, Shiites parade in major cities, beating their chests and whipping their backs with flails.

A Lebanese Shiite woman bleeds from the head from self inflicted wounds during Ashoura day in the southern market town of Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, on Tuesday Dec. 6, 2011. Ashoura marks the anniversary of the death in the seventh century of the Prophet Muhammad's grandson Imam Hussein. His death in a battle outside of the Iraqi city of Karbala sealed Islam's historical Sunni-Shiite split, which still bedevils the Middle East. Ashoura is one of the holiest days of the Muslim Shiite calendar.

A Lebanese Shiite woman bleeds from the head from self inflicted wounds during Ashoura day in the southern market town of Nabatiyeh, Lebanon, on Tuesday Dec. 6, 2011. Ashoura marks the anniversary of the death in the seventh century of the Prophet Muhammad’s grandson Imam Hussein. His death in a battle outside of the Iraqi city of Karbala sealed Islam’s historical Sunni-Shiite split, which still bedevils the Middle East. Ashoura is one of the holiest days of the Muslim Shiite calendar.

A Pakistani Shiite Muslim prevents a man from flailing himself further with a chain fitted with knives during a religious procession on the ninth day of holy Islamic month of Moharram in Islamabad on December 5, 2011. Pakistan stepped up security across the country as minority Shiites began annual Ashura processions to commemorate the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. During the annual festival of Ashura, culminating on the 10th day of Moharram when Hussain died, Shiites parade in major cities, beating their chests and whipping their backs with flails.

A young Pakistani Shiite Muslim boy flagellates himself during a religious procession on the ninth day of holy Islamic month of Moharram in Islamabad on December 5, 2011. Pakistan stepped up security across the country as minority Shiites began annual Ashura processions to commemorate the death of Imam Hussain, the grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, along with his close relatives and supporters in the Battle of Karbala in modern-day Iraq in the year 680. During the annual festival of Ashura, culminating on the 10th day of Moharram when Hussain died, Shiites parade in major cities, beating their chests and whipping their backs with flails.

GAMBAR2 PERAYAAN 10 MUHARRAM PADA TAHUN LEPAS DI SINI


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  1. Sabda Sayyidina Husien:

    ” Wahai orang-orang Kufah! Semoga kamu dilaknat sebagaimana dilaknat maksud- maksud jahatmu. Wahai orang-orang yang curang, zalim dan pengkhianat! Kamu telah menjemput kami untuk membela kamu di waktu kesempitan tetapi bila kami datang untuk memimpin dan membela kamu dengan menaruh kepercayaan kepadamu maka sekarang kamu hunuskan pedang dendammu kepada kami dan kamu membantu musuh-mush di dalam menentang kami “. (Jilaau Al’ Uyun, ms 391).

    ” Binasalah kamu! Bagaimana boleh kamu menghunuskan perang dendammu dari sarung-sarungnya tanpa sebarang permusuhan dan perselisihan yang ada di antara kamu dengan kami ? Kenapakah kamu siap sedia untuk membunuh Ahlul Bait tanpa sebarang sebab? ” (Ibid).

    ” Ya Allah! Tahanlah keberkatan bumi dari mereka dan selerakkanlah mereka. JADIKANLAH HATI-HATI PEMERINTAH TERUS MEMBENCI MEREKA kerana mereka menjemput kami dengan maksud membela kami tetapi sekarang mereka menghunuskan pedang dendam terhadap kami “. (Ibid)

    “Binasalah kamu! Tuhan akan membalas bagi pihakku di dunia dan di akhirat……..Kamu akan menghukum diri kamu sendiri dengan MEMUKUL PEDANG-PEDANG DI ATAS TUBUHMU DAN MUKAMU AKAN MENUMPAHKAN DARAH KAMU SENDIRI. Kamu tidak akan mendapat keberuntungan di dunia dan kamu tidak akan sampai kepada hajatmu. Apabila mati nanti sudah tersedia azab Tuhan untukmu di akhirat. Kamu akan menerima azab yang akan diterima oleh orang-orang kafir yang paling dahsyat kekufurannya”. (Mulla Baqir Majlisi-Jilaau Al’Uyun, m.s. 409).

    [Sedarlah, sesiapa redha dan ikut fahaman golongan Rafidhah ini akan juga terkena laknat Sayyidina Husien, tapi kenapa masih ada yg terpengaruh? Tak sedarkah yg mereka sedang ditipu oleh Syiah?].


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