Karbala is symbolic of the conflict between truth and falsehood, and the headline of this epic is the clash between the oppressed and the oppressor.
This is a serious problem which existed in religions before as well, and even in the time of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) in different forms.
As was the case in the message of the Prophets wherein those who resisted against their message ended up distorting the message, the same occurred in the case of Karbala.
It is Arba-een once again, being the time of year wherein we revive our commitment and connection to the great revolution and uprising of Imam Husayn (AS).
The day of Ashura is the day that we commemorate the great tragedy of Karbala and the ultimate sacrifice of Imam Husayn (AS)
Husayn (AS) inherited various aspects from Prophets, such as the message of Prophets to the deviation that they faced, to the challenges of conspiracies.
When we speak about Ahlul Bait it is not about their blood relationship, but rather it is about the choice of Almighty Allah.
The point is that the destiny of the masses of ordinary people is NO DIFFERENT to oppressors once they give up and surrender to the oppressors.
He complained to the people: “Don’t you see that truth is not being practiced? Don’t you see that falsehood is not being forbidden?
Internal elements which are a direct consequence of our type of creation which Almighty Allah (SWT) has created and external elements created by enemies of Insan