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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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What Non-Muslims Say About Hazrat Imam Hussain(a.s) & Karbala.
  OR
WORLDWIDE INFLUCENCE OF KARBALA ON SCHOLARS & INTELUECTUALS.


According to the global constitution for humnity Quran it is saying that Think
not of those who are slain in God's way as dead. Nay, they are living,
finding their sustenance in the presence of their Lord
(Qur'an 3:169)


While according to holy saying of Hazrat Imam Jaffare-Sadiq  (a.s) Ever day
is Ashura and Ever Place(City) is Karbala.
There is lot of work done on Hazrat Imam Hussain(A.S) & Karabala by
diffrent beliefs and literature of the world to pay homage to the greatest
sacrifice of Syed-e-Shuhad Hazrat Imam Hussain(a.s).Karbala is an ideal for
freedom seekers and oppressed nations or people of the world without any
discrimination.The proof of which is the Homage(tribute)paid to grandson of
the holy Prophet &  Rahmatul-lil-Alimeen Hazrat Muhammad (s.a.w.w)
Syed-e-Shuhada Hazrat Imam Hussain (AS) even by non Muslims .
Karbala is ideal for all ages either it is Past or  today (present) and even
for future.
Here we are giving the Views of Non Muslims about  Syed-e-Shuhada Hazrat
Imam Hussain (AS) and Karabala the war between the truth and evil in
Connection with Birth anniversly of Imam Hussain(a.s) ,3 Shaban 4th
Hijri.


*Edward G. Brown*
*Sir Thomas Adams Professor of Arabic and oriental studies at the University
of Cambridge. *
·          "… a reminder of the blood-stained field of Kerbela, where the
grandson of the Apostle of God fell at length, tortured by thirst and
surrounded by the bodies of his murdered kinsmen, has been at anytime since
then sufficient to evoke, even in the most lukewarm and heedless, the
deepest emotions, the most frantic grief, and an exaltation of spirit before
which pain, danger and death shrink to unconsidered trifles."
[*A Literary History of Persia*, London, 1919, p. 227]
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*Ignaz Goldziher*
*(1850-1921) Famous Hungarian orientalist scholar *.
·          "Ever since the black day of Karbala, the history of this family
… has been a continuous series of sufferings and persecutions.   These are
narrated in poetry and prose, in a richly cultivated literature of
martyrologies - a Shi'i specialty - and form the theme of Shi'i gatherings
in the first third of the month of Muharram, whose tenth day *('ashura)* is
kept as the anniversary of the tragedy at Karbala.  Scenes of that tragedy
are also presented on this day of commemmoration in dramatic form *(ta'ziya)
*.  'Our feast days are our assemblies of mourning.' So concludes a poem by
a prince of Shi'i disposition recalling the many *mihan* of the Prophet's
family.  Weeping and lamentation over the evils and persecutions suffered by
the 'Alid family, and mourning for its martyrs: these are things from which
loyal supporters of the cause cannot cease.   'More touching than the tears
of the Shi'is' has even become an Arabic proverb."
[*Introduction to Islamic Theology and Law* , Princeton, 1981, p. 179]
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*Edward Gibbon*
*(1737-1794) Considered the greatest British historian of his time. *
·          "In a distant age and climate the tragic scene of the death of
Hosein will awaken the sympathy of the coldest reader."
[*The Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire* , London, 1911, volume 5, pp.
391-2]

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*Peter J. Chelkowski*
*Professor of Middle Eastern Studies, New York University *.
·          "Hussein accepted and set out from Mecca with his family and an
entourage of about seventy followers.   But on the plain of Kerbela they
were caught in an ambush set by the … caliph, Yazid.  Though defeat was
certain, Hussein refused to pay homage to him.   Surrounded by a great enemy
force, Hussein and his company existed without water for ten days in the
burning desert of Kerbela.  Finally Hussein, the adults and some male
children of his family and his companions were cut to bits by the arrows and
swords of Yazid's army; his women and remaining children were taken as
captives to Yazid in Damascus.   The renowned historian Abu Reyhan al-Biruni
states; "… then fire was set to their camp and the bodies were trampled by
the hoofs of the horses; nobody in the history of the human kind has seen
such atrocities."
[*Ta'ziyeh: Ritual and Drama in Iran*, New York, 1979, p. 2]
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*Simon Ockley*
*(1678-1720) Professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge *.
·         "Then Hosein mounted his horse, and took the Koran and laid it
before him, and, coming up to the people, invited them to the performances
of their duty: adding, 'O God, thou art my confidence in every trouble, and
my hope in all adversity!'… He next reminded them of his excellency, the
nobility of his birth, the greatness of his power, and his high descent, and
said, 'Consider with yourselves whether or not such a man as I am is not
better than you; I who am the son of your prophet's daughter, besides whom
there is no other upon the face of the earth.   Ali was my father; Jaafar
and Hamza, the chief of the martyrs, were both my uncles; and the apostle of
God, upon whom be peace, said both of me and my brother, that we were the
chief of the youth of paradise.   If you will believe me, what I say is
true, for by God, I never told a lie in earnest since I had my
understanding; for God hates a lie.  If you do not believe me, ask the
companions of the apostle of God [here he named them], and they will tell
you the same.   Let me go back to what I have.'  They asked, 'What hindered
him from being ruled by the rest of his relations.'   He answered, 'God
forbid that I should set my hand to the resignation of my right after a
slavish manner.  I have recourse to God from every tyrant that doth not
believe in the day of account.'"
[*The History of the Saracens*, London, 1894, pp. 404-5]
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*Reynold Alleyne Nicholson*
*(1868-1945) Sir Thomas Adams Professor of Arabic at the University of
Cambridge. *
·          "Husayn fell, pierced by an arrow, and his brave followers were
cut down beside him to the last man.   Muhammadan tradition, which with rare
exceptions is uniformly hostile to the Umayyad dynasty, regards Husayn as a
martyr and Yazid as his murderer."
[*A Literary History of the Arabs*, Cambridge, 1930, p. 197 ]
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*Robert Durey Osborn*
*(1835-1889) Major of the Bengal Staff Corps. *
·          "Hosain had a child named Abdallah (Ali Asghar), only six months
old.   He had accompanied his father in this terrible march.  Touched by its
cries, he took the infant in his arms and wept.   At that instant, a shaft
from the hostile ranks pierced the child's ear, and it expired in his
father's arms.  Hosain placed the little corpse upon the ground.   'We come
from God, and we return to Him!' he cried; 'O Lord, give me strength to bear
these misfortunes!' … Faint with thirst, and exhausted with wounds, he
fought with desperate courage, slaying several of his antagonists.   At last
he was cut down from behind; at the same instance a lance was thrust through
his back and bore him to the ground; as the dealer of this last blow
withdrew his weapon, the ill-fated son of Ali rolled over a corpse.   The
head was severed from the trunk; the trunk was trampled under the hoofs of
the victors' horses; and the next morning the women and a surviving infant
son were carried away to Koufa.   The bodies of Hosain and his followers
were left unburied on the spot where they fell.  For three days they
remained exposed to the sun and the night dews, the vultures and the
prowling animals of the waste; but then the inhabitants of a neighbouring
village, struck with horror that the body of a grandson of the Prophet
should be thus shamefully abandoned to the unclean beasts of the field,
dared the anger of Obaidallah, and interred the body of the martyr and those
of his heroic friends.
[*Islam Under the Arabs*, Delaware, 1976, pp. 126-7]
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*Sir William Muir*
*(1819-1905) Scottish scholar and statesman.   Held the post of Foreign
Secretary to the Indian government as well as Lieutenant Governor of the
Northwestern Provinces.*
·          "The tragedy of Karbala decided not only the fate of the
caliphate, but of the Mohammedan kingdoms long after the Caliphate had waned
and disappeared."
[*Annals of the Early Caliphate*, London, 1883, pp. 441-2]
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In the last lets see the Influence of Karbala in present or 21 st century .

For this we have to see the post Iraq attacks by the evil force or Yazeedi
force of today that is Uncle Sam(america),But yet the Karbala has influence
on the people of America especially its
soldiers(mairines) working in Iraq,According to latest survey many US
Soldiers in Iraq cnverted to Islam due to influence of Ashora & Arbaeeen.

This can be observe from the letter below written by US marine Tom from Iraq
(Karbala) to his Mom  at Houston(USA).

Let's come to Toms letter that How KARBALA has influence on the Psyche of US
Soldiers.
He Writes "Hi Mom! I am your son Tom. This is my third day in a trench close
to the town of Karbala.They revere the place. People here say Hussain, the
grandson of their Prophet Muhammad, had laid down his life along with entire
male members of his family, including a six month infant, in the name of
Allah, their God…
At least I have not traveled all the way from Houston to this desert country
to fight in the name of God. We are here because our President desired us
to be here."

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According to Poet:-
EINSAN KO BEDAR THO HO LENO DHO
HAR QAOUM PUKARI GI HAMARY HEY HUSSAIN

Wait for Human to awake
Every nation will Call Hussain is Ours
            (The End)

 

 


ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ÚáیÀ ÇÓáÇã ˜ی ÏáæŸ Ñ ÇÈÏی ͘æãÊ Àÿ۔

 

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 Â ˜ÇÇÓ㠐ÑÇãی

 ÇãÇã ÔÈáäÌی ᘪÊÿ ÀیŸ ˜À æáÇÏÊ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ (Õ) äÿ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜ی Âä˜ªæŸ ãیŸ áÚÇÈ ÏÀä áÇیÇ ÇæÑ Çäی ÒÈÇä Çä ˜ÿ ãäÀ ãیŸ Ïÿ ˜Ñ Èšی ÏیÑʘ ÓÇیÇ¡ ÇÓ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÏÇÀäÿ ˜Çä ãیŸ ÇÐÇä ÇæÑÈÇÆیŸ ˜Çä ãیŸ ÇÞÇãÊ ˜Àی¡ ªÑÏÚÇÆÿ  ÎیÑÝÑãÇ ˜Ñ ÍÓیäؑ äÇã јªÇ (äæÑÇáÇÈÕÇÑ Õ ۱۱۳) ۔

ÚáãÇÁ ˜ÇÈیÇä Àÿ ˜À یÀ äÇã ÇÓáÇã Óÿ Àáÿ ˜Óی ˜Ç Ȫی äÀیŸ ʪǡ æÀ یÀ Ȫی ˜ÀÊÿ ÀیŸ ˜À یÀ äÇã ÎæÏ ÎÏÇæäÏÚÇáã ˜Ç Ñ˜ªÇ ÀæÇ Àÿ (ÇÑÌÍ ÇáãØÇáÈ æ ÑæÖÉ ÇáÔÀÏÇÁ Õ ۲۳۶) ۔

˜ÊÇÈ ÇÚáÇã ÇáæÑی ØÈÑÓی ãیŸ Àÿ ˜À یÀ äÇã Ȫی ÏیÑÂÆãÀؑ ˜ÿ äÇãæŸ ˜ی ØÑÍ áæÍ ãÍÝæÙ ãیŸ á˜ªÇ ÀæÇ Àÿ۔

 

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 ˜äیÊ æ ÇáÞÇÈ

 Âؑ ˜ی ˜äیÊ ÕÑÝ ÇÈæÚÈÏÇááÀ ʪی¡ ÇáÈÊÀ ÇáÞÇÈ Â ˜ÿ Èÿ ÔãÇÑÀیŸ Ìä ãیŸ ÓیÏ æÕÈØ ÇÕÛÑ¡ ÔÀیÏǘÈÑ¡ ÇæÑÓیÏÇáÔÀÏÇÁ ÒیÇÏÀ ãÔÀæÑÀیŸ۔ ÚáÇãÀ ãÍãÏ Èä ØáÍÀ ÔÇÝÚی ˜Ç ÈیÇä Àÿ ˜À ÓÈØ ÇæÑÓیÏ ÎæÏ ÑÓæá ˜Ñیã(Õ) ˜ÿ ãÚیä ˜ÑÏÀ ÇáÞÇÈ ÀیŸ (ãØÇáÈ ÇáÓÄá Õ ۳۱۲) ۔

 

 Â ˜ی ÑÖÇÚÊ

ÇÕæá ˜ÇÝی ÈÇÈ ãæáÏÇáÍÓیä Õ ۱۱۴ ãیŸ Àÿ ˜À ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ äÿ یÏÇ Àæäÿ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ äÀ ÍÖÑÊ ÝÇØãÀ ÒÀÑÇ ˜Ç ÔیÑ ãÈÇј äæÔ ˜یÇ ÇæÑäÀ ˜Óی ÇæÑÏÇÆی ˜Ç ÏæϪ یÇ¡ ÀæÊÇ یÀ 滂 ˜À ÌÈ Â Ȫæ˜ÿ ÀæÊÿ ʪÿ ÊæÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ (Õ)ÊÔÑیÝ áÇ ˜ÑÒÈÇä ãÈÇј ÏÀä ÇÞÏÓ ãیŸ Ïÿ ÏیÊÿ ʪÿ ÇæÑÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÇÓÿ æÓäÿ áÊÿ ʪÿ ¡یÀÇŸ ʘ ˜À ÓیÑ æÓیÑÂÈ ÀæÌÇÊÿ ʪÿ¡ ãÚáæã ÀæäǍÇÀÆÿ ˜À ÇÓی Óÿ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜ÇæÔÊ æÓÊ ÈäÇ ÇæÑáÚÇÈ ÏÀä ÑÓÇáÊ(Õ) Óÿ ÍÓیäؑ ÑæÑÔ Ç ˜Ñ ˜ÇÑ ÑÓÇáÊ ÇäÌÇã Ïیäÿ ˜ی ÕáÇÍیÊ ˜ÿ ãÇᘠÈäÿ یÀی æÌÀ Àÿ ˜À  ÑÓæá(Õ) ˜Ñیã Óÿ ÈÀÊ ãÔÇÈÀ ʪÿ (äæÑÇáÇÈÕÇÑ Õ ۱۱۳) ۔

 

 ÎÏÇæäÏ ÚÇáã ˜ی ØÑÝ Óÿ æáÇÏÊ ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ˜ی ÊÀäیÊ ÇæÑ ÊÚÒیÊ

ÚáÇãÀ ÍÓیä æÇÚÙ ˜ÇÔÝی ÑÞãØÑÇÒÀیŸ ˜À ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜ی æáÇÏÊ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÎáÇÞ ÚÇáã äÿ ÌÈÑÆیá ˜æ͘ã ÏیǘÀ Òãیä ÑÌǘÑãیÑÿ ÍÈیÈ ãÍãÏ ãÕØÝی (Õ)˜æãیÑی ØÑÝ Óÿ ÍÓیäؑ ˜ی æáÇÏÊ ÑãÈÇј ÈÇÏ Ïÿ Ïæ ÇæÑÓÇʪ Àی ÓÇʪ Çä ˜ی ÔÀÇÏÊ ÚÙãی Óÿ Ȫی ãØáÚ ˜Ñ˜ÿ ÊÚÒیÊ ÇÏÇ ˜ÑÏæ¡ ÌäÇÈ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ È͘ã ÑÈ Ìáیá Òãیä Ñ æÇÑÏ ÀæÆÿ ÇæÑÇäÀæŸ äÿ ÂäÍÖÑÊ(Õ) ˜ی ÎÏãÊ ãیŸ ÔÀÇÏÊ ÍÓیäیؑ ˜ی ÊÚÒیÊ Èªی ãäÌÇäÈ ÇááÀ ÇÏǘی ÌÇÊی Àÿ¡ یÀ Óä ˜ÑÓÑæјÇÆäÇÊ(Õ) ˜Ç ãÇ滂 Šªä˜Ç Çæс äÿ æªÇ¡ ÌÈÑÆیá ãÇÌÑÇ ˜یÇ Àÿ ÊÀäیÊ ˜ÿ ÓÇʪ ÊÚÒیÊ ˜ی ÊÝÕیá ÈیÇä ˜Ñæ¡ ÌÈÑÆیá äÿ ÚÑÖ ˜ی ˜À ãæáÇ(Õ) Çی˜ æÀ Ïä ÀæÇ ÌÓ Ïä  ˜ÿ ÀیÊÿ ÝÑÒäÏ”ÍÓیäؑ“ ˜ÿ áæÆÿ ãÈÇј ÑÎäÌÑ ÂÈÏÇÑ Ñ˜ªÇ ÌÇÆÿ Ç Çæс ˜Ç یÀ äæÑäÙÑ ÈÿیÇÑ æ ãÏϐÇÑ ãیÏÇä ˜ÑÈáÇãیŸ ی˜À æ ÊäÀÇ Êیä Ïä ˜Ç Èªæ˜Ç یÇÓÇ ÔÀیÏ ÀæÇ یÀ Óä ˜ÑÓÑæÑ ÚÇáã(Õ) ãÍæ ÑیÀ ÀæÆÿ  ˜ÿ Ñæäÿ ˜ی ÎÈÑÌæäÀی ÇãیÑÇáãæãäیäؑ ˜æÀäی æÀ Ȫی Ñæäÿ áÿ ÇæÑÚÇá㠐ÑیÀ ãیŸ ÏÇÎá ÎÇäÀ ÓیÏÀؑ ÀæÆÿ ۔

ÌäÇÈ ÓیÏÀؑ äÿ ÌæÍÖÑÊ Úáیؑ ˜æÑæÊÇ Ïی˜ªÇ Ïá Èÿ یä ÀæیÇ¡ ÚÑÖ ˜ی ÇÈæÇáÍÓäؑ Ñæäÿ ˜ÇÓÈÈ ˜یÇ Àÿ ÝÑãÇیÇ  ÈäÊ ÑÓæá(Õ) ÇȪی ÌÈÑÆیá ؑÂÆÿ ÀیŸ ÇæÑæÀ ÍÓیä ˜ی ÊÀäیÊ ˜ÿ ÓÇʪ ÓÇʪ ÇÓ ˜ی ÔÀÇÏÊ ˜ی Ȫی ÎÈÑÏÿ Æÿ ÀیŸ ÍÇáÇÊ Óÿ ÈÇÎÈÑÀæäÿ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÝÇØãÀؑ ˜ÿ ÑیÀ áæیÑ ÀæیÇ¡  äÿ ÍÖÑÊ ˜ی ÎÏãÊ ãیŸ ÍÇÖÑ Àæ˜ÑÚÑÖ ˜ی ÈÇÈÇÌÇä(Õ) یÀ ˜È ÀæÇ¡ ÝÑãÇیÇÌÈ ãیŸ(Õ) äÀ ÀæŸ Ç äÀ ÊæؑÀæی äÀ Úáیؑ ÀæŸ ÿ äÀ ÍÓäؑ ÀæŸ ÿ ÝÇØãÀؑ äÿ æªÇ ÈÇÈÇ(Õ) ãیÑÇȍÀ ˜Ó ÎØÇ ÑÔÀیÏ ÀæÇ ÝÑãÇیÇ ÝÇØãÀؑ ÈÇá˜á Èÿ ÌÑã æÎØÇ ÕÑÝ ÇÓáÇã ˜ی ÍãÇیÊ ãیŸ ÔÀÇÏÊ Àæی¡ ÝÇØãÀؑ äÿ ÚÑÖ ˜ی ÈÇÈÇÌÇä ÌÈ Àã ãیŸ Óÿ ˜æÆی äÀ ÀæÇ Ê恪ÑÇÓ Ñ ÑیÀ ˜æä ˜Ñÿ ÇÇæÑÇÓ ˜ی ÕÝ ãÇÊã ˜æä ȍªÇÆÿ Ç¡ÑÇæی ˜Ç ÈیÇä Àÿ ˜À ÇÓ ÓæÇá ˜ÇÍÖÑÊ ÑÓæá ˜Ñیã(Õ) ÇȪی ÌæÇÈ äÀ Ïیäÿ ÇÆÿ ʪÿ ˜À ÀÇÊÝ ÛیÈی ˜ی ÂæÇÒ ÂÆی¡ Çÿ ÝÇØãÀؑ Ûã äÀ ˜ÑæÊãÀÇÑÿ ÇÓ ÝÑÒäÏ ˜ÇÛã ÇÈÏÇáÂÈÇÏ Ê˜ ãäÇیÇÌÇÆÿ Ç ÇæÑÇÓ ˜Ç ãÇÊã ÞیÇãÊ Ê˜ ÌÇÑی ÑÀÿ Ç Çی˜ ÑæÇیÊ ãیŸ Àÿ ˜À ÑÓæá ÎÏÇ(Õ) äÿ ÝÇØãÀ ˜ÿ ÌæÇÈ ãیŸ یÀ ÝÑãÇیÇ ÊªÇ ˜À ÎÏÇ ˜ª áææŸ ˜æÀãیÔÀ یÏÇ ˜ÑÊÇ ÑÀÿ Ç ÌÓ ˜ÿ È暪ÿ ÈæšªæŸ ÑÇæÑÌæÇä ÌæÇäæŸ ÑÇæÑȍÿ ÈæŸ ÑÇæÑÚæÑÊیŸ ÚæÑÊæŸ Ñ ÑیÀ æÒÇÑی ˜ÑÊÿ ÑÀیŸ ÿ۔

 

ÝØÑÓ ˜Ç æÇÞÚÀ

ÚáÇãÀ ãИæÑ ÈÍæÇáÀ ÍÖÑÊ ÔیÎ ãÝیÏ ÚáیÀ ÇáÑÍãÀ ÑÞãØÑÇÒÀیŸ ˜À ÇÓی ÊÀäیÊ ˜ÿ ÓáÓáÀ ãیŸ ÌäÇÈ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ Èÿ ÔãÇÑÝÑÔÊæŸ ˜ÿ ÓÇʪ Òãیä ˜ی ØÑÝ ÂÑÀÿ ʪÿ ˜À äǐÇÀ  Çä ˜ی äÙÑÒãیä ˜ÿ Çی˜ ÛیÑãÚÑæÝ ØÈÞÀ Ñšی Ïی˜ªÇ ˜À Çی˜ ÝÑÔÊÀ Òãیä ÑšÇÀæÇ ÒÇÑæÞØÇÑ Ñæ ÑÀÇ Àÿ  ؑÇÓ ˜ÿ ÞÑیÈ Æÿ Çæсؑ äÿ ÇÓ Óÿ ãÇÌÑÇ æªÇ ÇÓ äÿ ˜ÀÇ Çÿ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ ãیŸ æÀی ÝÑÔÊÀ ÀæŸ ÌæÀáÿ ÂÓãÇä ÑÓÊÑ ÀÒÇÑ ÝÑÔÊæŸ ˜ی ÞیÇÏÊ ˜ÑÊÇ ÊªÇ ãیÑÇ äÇã ÝØÑÓ  Àÿ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ äÿ æªÇ Ê̪ÿ ˜Ó ÌÑã ˜ی یÀ ÓÒÇãáی Àÿ ÇÓ äÿ ÚÑÖ ˜ی ¡ãÑÖی ãÚÈæÏ ˜ÿ Óã̪äÿ ãیŸ Çی˜ á ˜ی Ïیјی ʪی ÌÓ ˜ی یÀ ÓÒÇȪÊ ÑÀÇ ÀæŸ ÈÇá æÑÌá Æÿ ÀیŸ یÀÇŸ ˜äÌ ÊäÀÇÆی ãیŸ šÇÀæŸ ۔

ÇÆÿ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ ÎÏÇÑÇ ãیÑی ˜ª ãÏÏ ˜ÑæÇȪی ÌÈÑÆیáؑ ÌæÇÈ äÀ Ïیäÿ ÇÆÿ ʪÿ ˜À ÇÓ äÿ ÓæÇá ˜یÇ ÇÆÿ ÑæÍ ÇáÇãیä  ˜ÀÇŸ ÌÇ ÑÀÿ ÀیŸ ÇäÀæŸ äÿ ÝÑãÇیÇ ˜À äÈی ÂÎÑÇáÒãÇŸ ÍÖÑÊ ãÍãÏãÕØÝی (Õ) ˜ÿ یÀÇŸ Çی˜ ÝÑÒäÏ یÏÇ ÀæÇ Àÿ ÌÓ ˜Ç äÇã ÍÓیäؑ Àÿ ãیŸ ÎÏǘی ØÑÝ Óÿ ÇÓ ˜ی ÇÏÇÆÿ ÊÀäیÊ ˜ÿ áیÿ ÌÇ ÑÀÇ À柡 ÝØÑÓ äÿ ÚÑÖ ˜ی Çÿ ÌÈÑÆیáؑ ÎÏÇ ˜ÿ áیÿ ã̪ÿ ǁäÿ ÀãÑÇÀ áیÊÿ áæ ã̪ÿ ÇÓی ÏÑÓÿ ÔÝÇ ÇæÑäÌÇÊ ãá Ó˜Êی Àÿ ÌÈÑÆیá ÇÓÿ ÓÇʪ áÿ ˜Ñ ÍÖæÑ(Õ)˜ی ÎÏãÊ ãیŸ ÇÓ æÞÊ Àäÿ ÌÈ ˜À ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÂÛæÔ ÑÓæá(Õ) ãیŸ ÌáæÀ ÝÑãÇ Êªÿ ÌÈÑÆیá äÿ ÚÑÖ ÍÇá ˜یÇ¡ÓÑæјÇÆäÇÊ(Õ) äÿ ÝÑãÇیÇ ˜À ÝØÑÓ ˜ÿ ÌÓã ˜æÍÓیäؑ ˜ÿ ÈÏä Óÿ ãÓ ˜Ñ Ïæ¡ ÔÝÇ ÀæÌÇÆÿ ی ÌÈÑÆیáؑ äÿ ÇیÓÇ Àی ˜یÇ ÇæÑÝØÑÓ ˜ÿ ÈÇá æÑÇÓی ØÑÍ ÑæÆیÏÀ Àæیÿ ÌÓ ØÑÍ Àáÿ ʪÿ ۔

æÀ ÕÍÊ Çäÿ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÝÎÑæãÈÇÀÇÊ ˜ÑÊÇ ÀæÇ Çäی ãäÒá”ÇÕáی“ ÂÓãÇä Óæ㠁ÑÌÇ ÀäÇ ÇæÑãËá ÓÇÈÞ ÓÊÑ ÀÒÇÑ ÝÑÔÊæŸ ˜ی ÞیÇÏÊ ˜Ñäÿ áÇ¡ ÈÚÏ ÇÒ ÔÀÇÏÊ ÍÓیäؑ æŸ ÈÑŸ ÞÖیÀ ãØáÚ ÔÏ“ یÀÇŸ ʘ ˜À æÀ ÒãÇäÀ ÂیÇ ÌÓ ãیŸ ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ؑäÿ ÔÀÇÏÊ ÇÆی ÇæÑÇÓÿ ÍÇáÇÊ Óÿ ÇÀی ÀæÆی ÊæÇÓ äÿ ÈÇѐÇÀ ÇÍÏیÊ ãیŸ ÚÑÖ ˜ی ãÇᘠã̪ÿ ÇÌÇÒÊ Ïی ÌÇÆÿ ˜À ãیŸ Òãیä ÑÌÇ ˜ÑÏÔãäÇä ÍÓیäؑ Óÿ Ìä ˜ÑæŸ ÇÑÔÇÏ ÀæÇ ˜À Ìä ˜ی ÖÑæÑÊ äÀیŸ ÇáÈÊÀ ÊæÓÊÑ ÀÒÇÑ ÝÑÔÊÿ áÿ ˜Ñ Òãیä Ñ ÌÇ ÇæÑÇä ˜ی ÞÈÑãÈÇј ÑÕÈÍ æÔÇ㠐ÑیÀ ãÇÊã ˜یÇ ˜Ñ ÇæÑÇÓ ˜Ç Ìæ ËæÇÈ Àæ ÇÓÿ Çä ˜ÿ Ñæäÿ æÇáæŸ ˜ÿ áیÿ ÀÈÀ ˜ÑÏÿ äÇäÀ ÝØÑÓ Òãیä ˜ÑÈáÇ ÑÌÇ ÀäÇ ÇæÑÊÇ ÞیÇã ÞیÇãÊ ÔÈ æ ÑæÒ ÑæÊÇ ÑÀÿ Ç(ÑæÖÉ ÇáÔÀÏÇ ÕÕ ۲۳۶ ÊÇ ۲۳۸ ØÈÚ ÈãÈÆی ۱۳۸۵ ƪ æÛäیÉ ÇáØÇáÈیä ÔیÎ ÚÈÏÇáÞÇÏÑ ÌیáÇäی)۔

 

 ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÓیäÀ ÑÓæá(Õ) Ñ

 ÕÍÇÈی ÑÓæá ÇÈæÀÑیÑÀ ÑÇæی ÍÏیË ˜Ç ÈیÇä Àÿ ˜À ãیŸ äÿ ǁäی Âä˜ªæŸ Óÿ یÀ Ïی˜ªÇ Àÿ ˜À ÑÓæá ˜Ñیã(Õ) áیŠÿ ÀæÆÿ ÇæÑÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ äÀÇیÊ ˜ãÓäی ˜ÿ ÚÇáã ãیŸ Çä ˜ÿ ÓیäÀ ãÈÇј ÑÀیŸ¡ Çä ˜ÿ ÏæäæŸ ÀÇ滾٠˜æ˜šÿ ÀæÆÿ(Õ) ÝÑãÇÊÿ ÀیŸ Çÿ ÍÓیäؑ ÊæãیÑÿ Óیäÿ Ñ˜æÏ äÇäÀ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ  ˜ÿ ÓیäÀ ãÈÇј Ñ ˜æÏäÿ áÿ ÇÓ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÍÖæÑ(Õ) äÿ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜Ç ãäÀ æã ˜ÑÎÏǘی ÈÇѐÇÀ ãیŸ ÚÑÖ ˜ی Çÿ ãیÑÿ Çáäÿ æÇáÿ ãیŸ(Õ) ÇÓÿ Èÿ ÍÏ ÇÀÊÇ ÀæŸ ÊæȪی ÇÓÿ ãÍÈæÈ Ñ˜ª¡ Çی˜ ÑæÇیÊ ãیŸ Àÿ ˜À ÂäÍÖÑÊ(Õ) ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜Ç áÚÇÈ ÏÀä ÇæÑÇä ˜ی ÒÈÇä ÇÓ ØÑÍ æÓÊÿ ʪÿ ÌÓ ØÑÍ ˜ÌªæјæÆی æÓÿ (ÇÑÌÍ ÇáãØÇáÈ Õ ۳۵۹ æ Õ ۳۶۱ ¡ ÇÓÊیÚÇÈ Ì ۱ Õ ۱۴۴¡ ÇÕÇÈÀ ÌáÏ ۲ Õ ۱۱¡ ˜äÒÇáÚãÇá ÌáÏ ۷ Õ ۱۰۴¡ ˜äæÒÇáÍÞÇÆÞ Õ ۵۹) ۔

 

 ÌäÊ ˜ÿ ˜šÿ ÇæÑ ÝÑÒäÏÇä ÑÓæá(Õ) ˜ی ÚیÏ

ÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ÇæÑÇ ãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜Ç ȍäÇ Àÿ ÚیÏ Âäÿ æÇáی ÀÿÇæÑÇä ÇÓÎیÇÆÿ ÚÇáã ˜ÿ ªÑãیŸ äÆÿ ˜šÿ ˜Ç ˜یÇ Ð˜Ñ ÑÇäÿ ˜šÿ Èá˜À äÇä ÌæیŸ ʘ äÀیŸ Àÿ ÈæŸ äÿ ãÇŸ ˜ÿ áÿ ãیŸ ÈÇäÀیŸ Çá ÏیŸ ãÇÏѐÑÇãی ÇØÝÇá ãÏیäÀ ÚیÏ ˜ÿ Ïä ÒÑÞ ÈÑÞ ˜šÿ Àä ˜Ñä˜áیŸ ÿ ÇæÑÀãÇÑÿ ÇÓ ÈÇá˜á áÈÇÓ äæäÀیŸ Àÿ Àã ˜Ó ØÑÍ ÚیÏ ãäÇÆیŸ ÿ ãÇŸ äÿ ˜ÀÇ ÈæªÈÑÇÄ äÀیŸ¡ ÊãÀÇÑÿ ˜šÿ ÏÑÒی áÇÆÿ Ç ÚیÏ ˜ی ÑÇÊ ÂÆی ÈæŸ äÿ ãÇŸ Óÿ ªÑ˜šæŸ ˜Ç ÊÞÇÖÇ ˜یÇ¡ãÇŸ äÿ æÀی ÌæÇÈ Ïÿ ˜ÑäæäÀÇáæŸ ˜æÎÇãæÔ ˜ÑÏیÇ۔

ÇȪی ÕÈÍ äÀیŸ Àæäÿ ÇÆی ʪی ˜À Çی˜ ÔÎÕ äÿ ÏÞ ÇáÈÇÈ ˜یÇ¡ ÏÑæÇÒÀ ˜ªŠ˜ªŠÇیÇ ÝÖÀ ÏÑæÇÒÀ ÑÆیŸ Çی˜ ÔÎÕ äÿ Çی˜ ÈލÀ áÈÇÓ ÏیÇ¡ ÝÖÀ äÿ ÓیÏÀ ÚÇáãؑ ˜ی ÎÏãÊ ãیŸ ÇÓÿ یÔ ˜یÇ ÇÈ Ì昪æáÇÊæÇÓ ãیŸ Ï捪æŠÿ ªæŠÿ ÚãÇãÿ ÏæÞÈÇÆیŸ¡ÏæÚÈÇÆیŸ ÛÑÖی˜À ÊãÇã ÖÑæÑی ˜šÿ ãæÌæÏ Êªÿ ãÇŸ ˜Ç Ïá ÈÇÛ ÈÇÛ ÀæیÇ æÀ ÊæÓã̪ ÆیŸ ˜À یÀ ˜šÿ ÌäÊ Óÿ ÂÆÿ ÀیŸ áی˜ä ãäÀ Óÿ ˜ª äÀیŸ ˜ÀÇ ÈæŸ ˜æ̐ÇیÇ ˜šÿ ÏÆیÿ ÕÈÍ ÀæÆی ÈæŸ äÿ ÌÈ ˜šæŸ ˜ÿ Ñä ˜ی ØÑÝ ÊæÌÀ ˜ی Êæ˜ÀÇ ãÇÏѐÑÇãی یÀ ÊæÓÝیÏ ˜šÿ ÀیŸ ÇØÝÇá ãÏیäÀ Ñäیä ˜šÿ Àääÿ ÀæŸ ÿ¡ ÇãÇã ÌÇä ÀãیŸ Ñäیä ˜šÿ ÇÀÆیŸ ۔

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 ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ؑ˜Ç ÓÑÏÇÑ ÌäÊ ÀæäÇ

یÛãÈÑ ÇÓáÇã(Õ) ˜ی یÀ ÍÏیË ãÓáãÇÊ ÇæÑãÊæÇÊÑÇÊ Óÿ Àÿ ˜À ”ÇáÍÓäؑ æ ÇáÍÓیäؑ ÓیÏÇ ÔÈÇÈ ÇÀá ÇáÌäÉ æ ÇÈæÀãÇ ÎیÑ ãäÀãÇ“ ÍÓäؑ ÇæÑ ÍÓیäؑ ÌæÇäÇä ÌäÊ ˜ÿ ÓÑÏÇÑÀیŸ ÇæÑÇä ˜ÿ ÏÑؑ ÈÒѐæÇÑÇä ÏäæŸ Óÿ ÈÀÊÑÀیŸ (ÇÈä ãÇÌÀ)ÕÍÇÈی ÑÓæá ÌäÇÈ ÍÐیÝÀ یãÇäی ˜Ç ÈیÇä Àÿ ˜À ãیŸ äÿ Çی˜ Ïä ÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ (Õ) ˜æ Èÿ ÇäÊÀÇ ãÓÑæÑ Ïی˜ª ˜ÑæªÇ ÍÖæÑ¡ÇÝÑÇØ ãÓÑÊ ˜ی ˜یÇ æÌÀ Àÿ ÝÑãÇیÇ Çÿ ÍÐیÝÀ ÂÌ Çی˜ ÇیÓÇ ãᘠäÇÒá ÀæÇ Àÿ ÌæãیÑÿ ÇÓ ÇÓ Óÿ ÞÈá ˜Èªی äÀیŸ ÂیÇ ÊªÇ ÇÓ äÿ ã̪ÿ ãیÑÿ ÈæŸ ˜ی ÓÑÏÇÑی ÌäÊ ÑãÈÇј Ïی Àÿ ÇæјÀÇ Àÿ ˜À”Çä ÝÇØãÉؑ ÓیÏÉ äÓÇÁ ÇÀá ÇáÌäÉ æÇä ÇáÍÓäؑ æÇáÍÓیä ؑÓیÏÇÔÈÇÈ ÇÀá ÇáÌäÉ“ ÝÇØãÉؑ ÌäÊ ˜ی ÚæÑÊæŸ ˜ی ÓÑÏÇÑÀیŸ ÇæÑÍÓäیäؑ ÌäÊ ˜ÿ ãÑÏæŸ ˜ÿ ÓÑÏÇÑÀیŸ (˜äÒÇáÚãÇá ÌáÏ ۷ Õ ۱۰۷¡ ÊÇÑیÎ ÇáÎáÝÇÕ ۱۲۳¡ ÇÓÏÇáÛÇÈÀ Õ ۱۲¡ ÇÕÇÈÀ ÌáÏ ۲ Õ ۱۲¡ ÊÑãÐی ÔÑیÝ¡ ãØÇáÈ ÇáÓæá Õ ۲۴۲¡ ÕæÇÚÞ ãÍÑÞÀ Õ ۱۱۴) ۔

 

 ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÚÇáã äãÇÒãیŸ ÔÊ ÑÓæá Ñ

 ÎÏÇ äÿ ÌæÔÑÝ ÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ÇæÑÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ˜æÚØÇ ÝÑãÇیÇ Àÿ æÀ ÇæáÇÏ ÑÓæá(Õ) ÇæÑÝÑÒäÏÇä Úáیؑ ãیŸ Âá ãÍãÏؑ ˜ÿ ÓæǘÓی ˜æäÕیÈ äÀیŸ Çä ÍÖÑÇÊ ˜Ç ИÑÚÈÇÏÊ ÇæÑÇä ˜ی ãÍÈÊ ÚÈÇÏÊ¡ یÀ ÍÖÑÇÊ ÇÑÔÊ ÑÓæá(Õ) ÑÚÇáã äãÇÒãیŸ ÓæÇÑÀæÌÇÆیŸ¡ ÊæäãÇÒãیŸ ˜æÆی Îáá æÇÞÚ äÀیŸ ÀæÊÇ¡ ǘËÑÇیÓÇ ÀæÊÇ ÊªÇ ˜À یÀ äæäÀÇáÇä ÑÓÇáÊ(Õ) ÔÊ ÑÚÇáã äãÇÒãیŸ ÓæÇÑ ÀæÌÇیÇ ˜ÑÊÿ ʪÿ ÇæÑÌÈ ˜æÆی ãäÚ ˜ÑäÇ ÇÀÊÇ ÊªÇ Êæ(Õ) ÇÔÇÑÀ Óÿ Ñæ˜ ÏیǘÑÊÿ ʪÿ ÇæјȪی ÇیÓÇ Èªی ÀæÊÇ ÊªÇ ˜À  ÓÌÏÀ ãیŸ ÇÓ æÞÊ Ê˜ ãÔÛæá ИÑÑÀÇ ˜ÑÊÿ ʪÿ ÌÈ Ê˜ ȍÿ  ˜ی ÔÊ Óÿ ÎæÏ äÀ ÇÊÑÂÆیŸ  (Õ)ÝÑãÇیÇ ˜ÑÊÿ ʪÿ ÎÏÇیÇ ãیŸ(Õ) ÇäÀیŸ ÏæÓÊ Ñ˜ªÊÇ ÀæŸ ÊæȪی Çä Óÿ ãÍÈÊ ˜Ñ¿ ˜Èªی ÇÑÔÇÏ(Õ) ÀæÊÇ ÊªÇ Çÿ ÏäیÇ æÇáæ! ǐÑã̪ÿ (Õ)ÏæÓÊ Ñ˜ªÊÿ ÀæÊæãیÑÿ ÈæŸ Óÿ Ȫی ãÍÈÊ ˜Ñæ(ÇÕÇÈÀ Õ ۱۲ ÌáÏ ۲ æãÓÊÏј ÇãÇã Íǘã æãØÇáÈ ÇáÓÄá Õ ۲۲۳) ۔

 

ÍÏیË(Õ) «ÍÓیä ãäی»

 ÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ(Õ) äÿ ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ÚáیÀ ÇáÓáÇã ˜ÿ ÈÇÑÿ ãیŸ ÇÑÔÇÏ ÝÑãÇیÇ Àÿ ˜À Çÿ ÏäیÇ æÇáæ! ÈÓ ãÎÊÕÑیÀ Óã̪ áæ˜À ”ÍÓیäؑ ãäی æÇäÇãä ÇáÍÓیäؑ“ÍÓیäؑ ã̪ Óÿ Àÿ ÇæÑãیŸ(Õ) ÍÓیäؑ Óÿ ÀæŸ ۔ ÎÏÇ ÇÓÿ ÏæÓÊ Ñ˜ªÿ ÌæÍÓیäؑ ˜æ ÏæÓÊ Ñ˜ªÿ (ãØÇáÈ ÇáÓÄá Õ ۲۴۲¡ ÕæÇÚÞ ãÍÑÞÀ Õ ۱۱۴¡ äæÑÇáÇÈÕÇÑ Õ ۱۱۳ ¡ÕÍیÍ ÊÑãÐی ÌáÏ ۶ Õ ۳۰۷ ¡ãÓÊÏј ÇãÇã Íǘã ÌáÏ ۳ Õ ۱۷۷ æ ãÓäÏ ÇÍãÏ ÌáÏ ۴ Õ ۹۷۲¡ ÇÓÏÇáÛÇÈÀ ÌáÏ ۲ Õ ۹۱ ¡˜äÒÇáÚãÇá ÌáÏ ۴ Õ ۲۲۱)

 

 ã˜ÊæÈÇÊ ÈÇÈ ÌäÊ

ÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ ÍÖÑÊ ãÍãÏ ãÕØÝی Õáی ÇááÀ ÚáیÀ æÂáÀ æÓáã ÇÑÔÇÏ ÝÑãÇÊÿ ÀیŸ ˜À ÔÈ ãÚÑÇÌ ÌÈ ãیŸ ÓیÑÂÓãÇäی ˜ÑÊÇ ÀæÇ ÌäÊ ˜ÿ ÞÑیÈ ÀäÇ ÊæÏی˜ªÇ ˜À ÈÇÈ ÌäÊ ÑÓæäÿ ˜ÿ ÍÑæÝ ãیŸ á˜ªÇ ÀæÇ Àÿ۔

”áÇÇáÀ ÇáÇÇááÀ ãÍãÏ ÍÈیÈ ÇááÀ Úáی æáی ÇááÀ æÝÇØãÉ ÇãÉÇááÀ

æÇáÍÓä æÇáÍÓیä ÕÝæÉ ÇááÀ æãä ÇÈÛÖÀã áÚäÀ ÇááÀ“

 ÊÑÌãÀ  :  ÎÏǘÿ ÓæǘæÆی ãÚÈæÏäÀیŸ۔ ãÍãÏ(Õ) ÇááÀ ˜ÿ ÑÓæá ÀیŸ Úáیؑ¡ ÇááÀ ˜ÿ æáی ÀیŸ ۔ ÝÇØãÀؑ ÇááÀ ˜ی ˜äیÒÀیŸ¡ ÍÓäؑ ÇæÑÍÓیäؑ ÇááÀ ˜ÿ ÈѐÒیÏÀ ÀیŸ ÇæÑÇä Óÿ ÈÛÖ Ñ˜ªäÿ æÇáæŸ ÑÇááÀ ˜ی áÚäÊ Àÿ(ÇÑÌÍ ÇáãØÇáÈ ÈÇÈ ۳ Õ ۳۱۳ ØÈÚ áÇÀæÑ ۱۲۵۱ )

 

 ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÇæÑ ÕÝÇÊ ÍÓäÀ ˜ی ãјÒیÊ

یÀ ÊæãÚáæã Àی Àÿ ˜À ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÍÖÑÊ ãÍãÏ ãÕØÝی Õáی ÚáیÀ æÂáÀ æÓáã ˜ÿ äæÇÓÿ¡ÍÖÑÊ Úáیؑ æ ÝÇØãÀؑ ˜ÿ ÈیŠÿ ÇæÑÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ˜ÿ ȪÇÆی ʪÿ ÇæÑÇäÀیŸ ÍÖÑÇÊ ˜æ äÌÊä Ç˜ؑ ˜ÀÇ ÌÇÊÇ Àÿ ÇæÑ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ äÌÊäؑ ˜ÿ ÂÎÑی ÝÑÏ ÀیŸ یÀ ÙÇÀÑÀÿ ˜À ÂÎÑʘ ÑÀäÿ æÇáÿ ÇæÑ ÀÑÏæÑÓÿ ÒÑäÿ æÇáÿ ˜ÿ áیÿ ǘÊÓÇÈ ÕÝÇÊ ÍÓäÀ ˜ÿ Çã˜ÇäÇÊ ÒیÇÏÀ ÀæÊÿ ÀیŸ¡ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ۳/ ÔÚÈÇä ۴ ÀÌÑی ˜æ یÏÇ Àæ ˜ÑÓÑæÑ ˜ÇÆäÇÊ ˜ی ÑæÑÔ æ ÑÏÇÎÊ ÇæÑ ÂÛæÔ ãÇÏÑãیŸ ãیŸ ÑÀÿ ÇæјÓÈ ÕÝÇÊ ˜ÑÊÿ ÑÀÿ¡ ۲۸۔ÑÈیÚ ÇáÇæá یÇ۱۲/ ÕÝÑ   ۱۱ ÀÌÑی ˜æÌÈ ÂäÍÖÑÊ(Õ) ÚÇÑÖی ØæÑ Ñ ÇÓ ÏÇÑ ÝÇäی Óÿ áÿ Æÿ ÇæÑ ۳/ ÌãÇÏی ÇáËÇäیÀ ˜æãÇŸ ˜ی ÈјÊæŸ Óÿ ãÍÑæã ÀæÆÿ ÊæÍÖÑÊ Úáیؑ äÿ ÊÚáیãÇÊ ÇáÀیÀ ÇæÑÕÝÇÊ ÍÓäÀ Óÿ ÈÀÑÀ æјیÇ¡ ۲۱/ ÑãÖÇä ۴۰ ÀÌÑی ˜æؑ ˜ی ÔÀÇÏÊ ˜ÿ ÈÚÏ ÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ˜ÿ ÓÑ ÑÐãÀ ÏÇÑی ÚÇÆÏ ÀæÆی ¡ÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ÀÑÞÓã ˜ی ÇÓÊãÏÇÏ æ ÇÓÊÚÇäÊ ÎÇäÏÇäی ÇæÑÝیÖÇä ÈÇÑی ãیŸ ÈÑÇÈјÿ ÔÑی˜ ÑÀÿ¡ ۲۸/ ÕÝÑ ۵۰ ÀÌÑی ˜æÌÈ ÇãÇã ÍÓäؑ ÔÀیÏ ÀæÆÿ ÊæÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÕÝÇÊ ÍÓäÀ ˜ÿ æÇÍÏ ãÑ˜Ò Èä Æÿ¡ یÀی æÌÀ Àÿ ˜À  ãیŸ ÌãáÀ ÕÝÇÊ ÍÓäÀ ãæÌæÏ Êªÿ Çæс ˜ÿ ØÑÒÍیÇÊ ãیŸ ãÍãÏ(Õ) æÚáیؑ æ ÝÇØãÀؑ ÇæÑÍÓäؑ ˜Ç ˜ÑÏÇÑäãÇیÇŸ 滂 Çæсؑ äÿ Ì昍ª ˜یÇ ÞÑÂä æÍÏیË ˜ی ÑæÔäی ãیŸ ˜یÇ¡ ˜ÊÈ ãÞÇÊá ãیŸ Àÿ ˜À ˜ÑÈáÇãیŸ ÍÈ ÇãÇã ÍÓیäؑ ÑÎÕÊ ÂÎÑی ˜ÿ áیÿ ÎیãÀ ãیŸ ÊÔÑیÝ áÇÆÿ ÊæÌäÇÈ ÒیäÈؑ äÿ ÝÑãÇیÇ ÊªÇ ˜À ÇÆÿ ÎÇãÓ Âá ÚÈÇؑÂÌ ÊãÀÇÑی ÌÏÇÆی ˜ÿ ÊÕæÑÓÿ ÇیÓÇ ãÚáæã ÀæÊÇ Àÿ ˜À ãÍãÏ ãÕØÝی(Õ)¡ Úáی ãÑÊÖیؑ¡ ÝÇØãÉÇáÒÀÑÇÁؑ¡ ÍÓä ãÌÊÈیؑ Àã Óÿ ÌÏÇ Àæ ÑÀÿ ÀیŸ۔

 

 ÇãÇã ÍÓیä ÚáیÀ ÇÓáÇã ÇÕÍÇÈؒ  ˜ی äÙÑ ãیŸ ÇæÑ ÇÚÊÑÇÝ ÔÑÝ Âá ãÍãÏؑ

 

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ÀÑ Þæ㠁˜ÇÑÿ ی ÀãÇÑÿ ÀیŸ ÍÓیäؑ

 

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