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Praise be to Allah the Lord of the worlds and blessings be upon the Messenger, the Prophet, the Warner, the Trustworthy and upon his Progeny, the blessed descendants, and curse be upon all their enemies.No matter how powerful the tyrants are and no matter how long their rule lasts, it is of no use because Allah the most High is All-Powerful against them.
He punishes them and sends different types of chastisement on them in this world and the Hereafter.For this reason their name and remembrance will remain alive forever, and all those freedom-loving people have followed him and shall continue following him till the uprising of Qaem Ale Muhammad (a.s.) when he would finally take the revenge of the holy blood of Imam Husayn (a.s.).Here we mention some of the signs and clear proofs mentioned in different Islamic sources that became apparent after the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.). The severed head of Imam Husayn (a.s.) recited Quran and supplications while it was held aloft on the point of a lance. On the day of the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.) blood rained from the sky and whatever the people had was smeared with blood and the effect of the blood remained on the clothes till they became old and this redness on the sky was such that anything like it was never seen before.Allah punished them in different ways and made them taste the bitterness of different calamities, although their chastisement would be much more in the hereafter.The Almighty Allah always helps those who defend the truth and those who have to face injustice in the way of exalting the truth.Al-Mojamul Kabir: 147; Zakhairul Uqba: 144; Maqtal al-Husayn 2/93; Muhasiratul Abrar: 2/160; Kifayatut Talib: 291; Tarikh Damishq 4/342; Tarikhul Islam 3/13; Majmauz Zawaid 9/199; Al-Bidaya wan Nihaya 8/200; As-Sawaiqul Mohreqa: 116; Al-Khasaisul Kubra 1/23; Majmaul Fawaid 2/217; Wasilatul Mal: 197; Al-Araisul Wazeha: 190; Isafur Raghebeen: 217; Yanabiul Mawaddah: 230-351; Jaliyatul Qadar: 198; Ihqaq ul-Haqq 11/561/565. On the stone is the inscription dating one thousand years before Be'sat (Proclamation of Prophethood): (Or it is written 600 years before Be’sat according to an inscription in a church in Rome): Does the Ummah that killed Husayn have any hope for the intercession of his grandfather on the day of accounting?
Al-Mojamul Kabir: 147; Maqtal al-Husayn 2/93; Kifayatut Talib: 290; Al- Bidaya wan Nihaya 8/200; Majmauz Zawaid 9/199; Tarikh Damishq 4/342; At-Tadkerah: 283; Nazm Durarus Simtain: 291; Ma Asarul Ana-fata fi Malimul Khilafata: 117; Yanabiul Mawaddah: 331; Mukhtasar Tadkeratul Qurtubi: 194; Ihqaq ul-Haqq 11/557-560. One of the soldiers of Ibn Ziyad saw the Holy Prophet (S) in the dream who drew across his eyes with the blood of Husayn (a.s.) and the soldier became blind.
Red dust rained for seven days and the sky looked as if it were colored with blood. Al-Mojamul Kabir: 145; Zakhairul Uqba: 145; Al- Unsul Jaleel: 252; Wasilatul Mal: 197; Tahzibut Tahzib 2/353; Kifayatut Talib: 296; Tarikhul Islam 2/348; Seer Alamun Nubla 3/212; Maqtalul Husayn 2/89 and 90; Al-Iqdul Fareed 2202; Al-Khasaisul Kubra 2/126; Majmauz Zawaid 9/196; Tarikhul Khulafa: 80; Miftahun Najah (Manuscript); Nurul Absar: 123; Yanabiul Mawaddah: 321; Isafur Raghebeen: 215; Ihqaq ul-Haqq 11/484. The following was written on the wall of a monastery: Does the Ummah that killed Husayn have any hope for the intercession of his grandfather on the day of accounting?
They asked the monk regarding this couplet as to who had composed it.
The same rule applies to those who did injustice to Imam Husayn (a.s.).
They martyred him and insulted the ladies of his family.
Miftahun Najah fi Manaqibe Ale Aba: P.145; Al- Khasaisul Kubra 2/127; Al-Kawakibu Durriya: P.57; Isafur Raghebeen: P.218; Nurul Absar: P.125; Ehqaq- ul-Haq 11/452-453. Imam Husayn (a.s.) threw his holy blood towards the sky and not a drop of it fell back on the earth. Maqtal al-Husayn 2/89; Zakhairul Uqba, p.144, 145, 150, Tarikh Damishq (Selections from the same) 4/339; As-Sawaiqul Mohreqa p.116 & 192; Al- Khasaisul Kubra: 126; Wasilatul Mal: 197; Yanabiul Mawaddah: 320, 356; Nurul Absar:123; Al-Ittehaf be hubbil Ashraf: 12; Tarikhul Islam 2/349; Tadkeratul Khawas: 284; Nazm Durarus Simtain: 220; Ihqaq ul-Haqq 11/458, 462. On the day of the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (a.s.) whenever a stone was lifted gushed out blood underneath it.