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‘Ashura, a festival for Bani Umayyah 168
Conditions of the peace treaty 122
Imam al-Hasan's (a.s.) army 122
Imam ‘Ali’s (as) reproach of the people of Kufah 121
Why Didn’t Abu al-Fadl Drink Water? 129
Why did Muslim ibn ‘Aqil not kill ‘Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad in Hani’s House? 94
The presence of followers of Abu Sufiyan in Sa‘d’s army 94
The presence of Khawarij in Kufah 115
The Shi‘ahs from Kufah joined Imam al-Husayn (as) - Part 3 141
The Shi‘ahs from Kufah joined Imam al-Husayn (as) - Part 2 129
Ashura and ‘Allamah Dr. Muhammad Hasan Shahhatah 137
Ashura and Ahmad Husayn Ya‘qub of Jordan 127
Ashura and Dr. Muhammad Tijani of Tunisia 135
Ashura and Professor Idris Husayni Maghribi 130
Ashura and Professor Sa’ib ‘Abd al-Hamid 128
Ashura and the Egyptian instructor, Abu Sharif, known as ‘Abd al-Majid 145
‘Ashura and Religious Transformation 116
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - The German researcher Martin 99
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - Sawir Jiny Naid 115
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - George Jordaq 114
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - Morris Duxbury 112
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - Captain H. Niblet 109
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - Proffessor Edward Granville Browne (1862-1926) 106
Ashura from the Viewpoint of Great Thinkers of the World - The English author and explorer, Freya Stark 126
This amounts to playing with basic doctrines of shari‘ah 92
Jabir and the event of Harrah 111
Massacre and looting of property in Medina 107
Confrontation between Sham army and forces of Medina 109
Dispatching the army to Medina 103
Political chaos and disorganization 116
Karbala and the martyrdom of Imam al-Husayn (as) 110
Origins of the uprising of the people of Medina 124
The event of Harrah 118
Yazid ibn Mu‘awiyah and the Massacre of the People of Medina 104
The long distance between Sham and Kufah 113
Yazid exonerated himself of the killing of al-Husayn (as) 110
Mu‘awiyah’s last will and testament to Yazid 111
Yazid in the viewpoint of Sunni scholars [‘ulama’] 112
Yazid’s actions correspond with his personality 98
Yazid expressed pleasure at killing Imam al-Husayn (as) 105
Imam al-Sajjad (as) made the truth clear 97
‘Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad was Yazid’s courtier and advisor 101
Yazid protected ‘Ubayd Allah ibn Ziyad from criticism 120
Yazid’s son admitted his father’s guilt 100
Yazid sent rewards for ‘Ubayd Allah in Ziyad 102
Ibn Ziyad retained his high governmental post 96
Ibn Ziyad was not censured for killing Imam al-Husayn (as) 96
Yazid was informed about everything 93
Declaration of one present in Yazid’s court 97
Ibn Ziyad, highly regarded after killing al-Husayn (as) 102
Yazid publicly boasted about killing Imam al-Husayn (as) 103
Ibn ‘Abbas’s letter to Yazid 96
Ibn Ziyad’s letter to Imam al-Husayn (as) 102
Yazid issued the order to put Imam al-Husayn (as) to death 116
While in Mecca, Imam al-Husayn (as) foretold that the enemies of Allah were planning to kill him 101
Exposing Imam al-Husayn (as) to death 97
Yazid’s second letter to Walid ibn ‘Aqabah 120
Yazid’s order: allegiance or death 90
Yazid and Ibn Ziyad were in constant contact 107
Yazid appointed Ibn Ziyad governor of Kufah 94
Ibn Taymiyyah’s defence of Yazid 118
Yazid, Instigator of Imam al-Husayn’s (as) Death 100
The supporters of Imam al-Husayn’s (as) uprising 115
Evidence regarding the illegitimacy of Yazid’s caliphate - Part 4 85
Evidence regarding the illegitimacy of Yazid’s caliphate - Part 3 128
Evidence regarding the illegitimacy of Yazid’s caliphate - Part 2 100
Evidence regarding the illegitimacy of Yazid’s caliphate - Part 1 112
The Illegitimacy of Yazid’s Caliphate 109
The judgment for anyone who curses Imam ‘Ali (as) 110
The Holy Prophet (S) forbade the cursing ‘Ali (as) 116
Mu‘awiyah’s purpose for annihilating Bani Hashim 114
Mu‘awiyah himself cursed Imam ‘Ali (as) 99
Mu‘awiyah’s crimes after the peace settlement 95
Mu‘awiyah’s heinous crimes against the Shi‘ahs 92
Mu‘awiyah’s rebellion against the righteous leader 100
Coercion used to get allegiance for Yazid 107
Ziyad attributed to Abu Sufiyan 84
Mu‘awiyah wore clothing that was prohibited 80
Mu‘awiyah and abandonment of divine limits 105
Muawiyah's Innovations due to enmity with Imam ‘Ali (as) 93
Muawiyah Failed to recite the traveler’s prayer on journeys 96
Mu‘awiyah and his great [kabirah] sins 96
Mu‘awiyah’s antagonism against Islam 93
Mu‘awiyah before accepting Islam 124
Hadrat ‘Ali’s (as) viewpoint of Abu Sufiyan 104
The curse of the Holy Prophet (S) upon Abu Sufiyan 92
Denial of the existence of resurrection and hereafter 98
Abu Sufiyan’s conspiracies against Islam 84
Abu Sufiyan’s conversion to Islam 108
Abu Sufiyan’s enmity towards the Holy Prophet (s.a.) 94
A Syrian Encounters Fatima 146
The Most Sacred Head 142
Yazid Meets al-Sajjad (a.s.) 123
The Captives Taken To Syria 126
Oppression of al-Ashdaq 122
The Sacred Head Speaks 115
The Burial of al-Husayn (a.s.) - Part 3 126
The Burial of al-Husayn (a.s.) - Part 2 128
The Burial of al-Husayn (a.s.) - Part 1 120
al-Sajjad (a.s.) Delivers a Speech 106