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هالة النور للإبداع
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مواضيع تستحق وقفة
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 حسن حاتم المذكور 

سيرك الدين والدولة...

الكاتب حسن حاتم المذكور

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في حضرة المعلم مع
الدكتور السيد علاء الجوادي

 د.علاء الجوادي

حوار علي السيد وساف

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رسالة الينا نحن غير المشاركين في واقع ثورة شعبنا البطل

الكاتبة رفيف الفارس

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ملف مهرجان
النور السابع

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خدمات ترجمة 
 في مؤسسة النور

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 ملف

مهرجان
النور السادس

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 ملف

مهرجان
النور الخامس

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تغطية قناة آشور
الفضائية

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تغطية قناة الفيحاء
في
الناصرية
وسوق الشيوخ
والاهوار

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تغطية قناة الديار
الفضائية
 

تغطية
الفضائية السومرية

تغطية
قناة الفيحاء في بابل 

ملف مهرجان
النور الرابع للابداع

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صور من
مهرجان النور الرابع 
 

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تغطية قناة
الرشيد الفضائية
لمهرجان النور
الرابع للابداع

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تغطية قناة
آشور الفضائية
لمهرجان النور
الرابع للابداع

 

تغطية قناة
الفيحاء
لمهرجان النور
في بابل

 

ملف مهرجان
النور

الثالث للابداع
2008

ملف
مهرجان النور
الثاني للابداع
 

            


تضحية الامام الحسين ع وكونه الذبح العظيم المذكور في القرآن الكريم

أ د.حميد حسون بجية

Imam Al-Husain and his Sacrifice

       It has been suggested that the sacrifice of Abraham of his son, which is detailed in the Genesis as well as in the Holy Qur'an, has been substituted by the sacrifice of a really great substitution, ie, a very important person. But first, let's have the story as it is detailed in  the Genesis(22):  

                    The Holy Prophet Abraham dreamt that God ordered him to sacrifice his son (according to some commentators, it was Ishmael, for others, it was Isaac). But in the beginning, Abraham thought it was a sort of fantasy. The dream was repeated again, therefore, he asked the boy's mother to prepare her son for a journey for a friend's place. He also asked her to provide him with rope and a knife that he might need to offer some sacrifice. Satan appeared to Abraham three times to delude him by preaching against the offering. Then the Devil tried to mislead the boy against his consent, but the boy did not surrender to the Devil's advice.

       Abraham folded his own eyes so as not to see the slaughter of his only son. After having carried out the action, he unfolded his eyes, and to his surprise, he saw his son standing beside him and a ram lay slain instead. 

And Abraham lifted up his eyes, and

looked, and behold behind him a ram caught

in a thicket by his horns: and Abraham went

and took the ram, and offered him up for

a burnt offering in the stead of his son.

(Genesis 22:13)

  In the Holy Qur'an (As-saffat: 107), the story goes on in the same lines, and   ends as follows:  

        "And We ransomed him with a Great Sacrifice."

 Many exegetes have pointed out that the word(Great) expresses "what God the Greatest Being Himself terms as Great and must naturally be something Great in an absolute or in an extraordinary degree"(Mir Ahmed Ali, 1988: 1351). In this sense, the "Great Sacrifice" must be a really great person.

            According to Mir Ahmed Ali(ibid), first, the sheep cannot be  sensibly termed as great. Secondly, it is illogical and degrading Ishmael, the godly son of the great apostle of God, to compare him to a sheep and term it as great. A ransom for such a great person should be of a greater value, otherwise, it would be neither just nor reasonable. The great promised sacrifice, therefore, was by Muhammad, the seed of Abraham, through his son Al-Husain in Kerbala on the bank of the Euphrates. The fulfilment of this divine plan has been proved by the   prophesies of the Holy Prophet Muhammad.      

 

         Prophet Muhammad (May God bless him and his household) told his grandson Imam Husain, the third imam of the Shiites, when he dreamt of him in his shrine, to go to Iraq; the dream was itself imperative "O Husain get forth toward Iraq - God hath willed to see thee a martyr."

       According to Al-Faidh Al-Kashani(1994: 279), the (Great Sacrifice) is represented by the sacrifice of Imam Husain. In this sense, God asked Abraham whether he would grieve more for the death of his son or for the merciless slaughter of Muhammad's son, i.e., Imam Al-Husain. The reply was that it was the slaughter of   "Muhammad's son" that would be more grieving to his heart.  

This is also supported by the Old Testament (Jeremia 46:10):      

              For this is the day of the Lord God of hosts,

          a day of vengeance, that he may avenge him

          of his adversaries: and the sword shall devour,

         and it shall be satiate and made drunk with

         their blood: for the Lord God of hosts hath

         a sacrifice in the north country by the river

         Eu-phrates. 

                                                         Dr Hameed Hassoon Al-Mas'udi

 

                       

 


 

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