Azaadari - the importance of preserving of azaadari rituals

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Azaadari - the importance of preserving of azaadari rituals

Postby abuali » 26 Nov 2012, 12:54


We have heard from several zakireen and scholars (for example Shk, Safdar Jaffer in his majalis inn Dar es Salaam this year or Mawlana Sadiq Hassan in his majalis in Birmingham this year) about the enemies of Islam increasing their attack on azaadari and the importance of preserving it.

On over the years we have discussed many related discussion including zanjeer.

The reasons given by those who oppose certain forms of azaadari usually sound very logical and attract many =, including myself.

However, let us examine the response of Ayatullah Vahid Khorasani the leading scholar in the city of Qum, who is among the most senior Shia Scholars, addresses statements made by an individual telling people to not cry loudly during mourning sessions for Ahlulbayt.

Pay attention to the part where he discussed zanjeer and shedding of blood for Imam Hussain.

I dont wish that this thread becomes a discussion on zanjeer, rather, let us discuss the importance of preserving and promoting azaadari as a whole, whatever the form that you choose for yourself, be it weeping, lamenting, matam, zanjeer etc.

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