sogandzakerhaghighi

sogandzakerhaghighi:

When the opposition saw the success of the Muslims at Khaybar, they decided not to fight for Fadak. They handed over the land of Fadak to RasulAllah (saww).

Thus, this land was regarded as ‘Faye’, because it wasn’t attained from the spoils of war.

Islamically speaking, whatever is achieved from…

thejourneyofkarbala

- Dam ‘entirely liberated’ -

Jets flew overhead, as smoke rose from the site of a strike that a peshmerga member said targeted an entrance to the dam.

“In the beginning, they surprised us with their offensive. But now, we know their tactics, and they can’t take another yard from us,” Major General Sardar Kamal said at the frontline.

sogandzakerhaghighi
sogandzakerhaghighi:

One of the many men who was martyred as he was thirsty on the plains of Karbala, was Ali Akbar (as). 

Aba Abdillah (as) heard the tragic news of the dire condition his son was in. He hurried to go to his son but went a direction opposite to where he lay. 

His daughter questioned him and he said, “Don’t blame me, for the pain of Ali Akbar (as) has blinded your father.”

He eventually made it to his son where he was breathing his last. He saw his son smile and then quickly get sad. He asked his son why he had the sudden change of emotions.

His son replied, “Oh father, I smile cause I see my grandfather RasulAllah (saww) coming to quench my thirst! But oh father, I get upset because I see my grandmother Fatima Zahra (sa) slapping her cheek for every tear you shed.”

Ya Hussain (as). 

Assalamu alayk, Ali Akbar (as) ❤️

sogandzakerhaghighi:

One of the many men who was martyred as he was thirsty on the plains of Karbala, was Ali Akbar (as).

Aba Abdillah (as) heard the tragic news of the dire condition his son was in. He hurried to go to his son but went a direction opposite to where he lay.

His daughter questioned him and he said, “Don’t blame me, for the pain of Ali Akbar (as) has blinded your father.”

He eventually made it to his son where he was breathing his last. He saw his son smile and then quickly get sad. He asked his son why he had the sudden change of emotions.

His son replied, “Oh father, I smile cause I see my grandfather RasulAllah (saww) coming to quench my thirst! But oh father, I get upset because I see my grandmother Fatima Zahra (sa) slapping her cheek for every tear you shed.”

Ya Hussain (as).

Assalamu alayk, Ali Akbar (as) ❤️