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is it true quote about imam hussain

دوشنبه, ۷ آبان ۱۳۹۷، ۰۵:۱۷ ب.ظ

سلام

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اما چندتا مورد دیگه هم دیدم مثلا از گیبون که البته پیدایش کردم:

الف) ادوارد گیبون:

متن اصلی که از کتابشون گرفتم:

In a distant age and climate, the tragic scene of the death of Hosein will awaken the sympathy of the coldest reader

Edward Gibbon

source: The Decline & Fall of the Roman Empire

میتونید آنلاین ببینید:

https://ebooks.adelaide.edu.au/g/gibbon/edward/g43d/complete.html


البته یک مورد دیگه هم از گیبون از اینجا دیدم که با منبع ذکر شده انگار:

Edward G. Brown, the professor of Arabic and oriental studies at the University of Cambridge, praises Imam Husain in his book, “A Literary History of Persia” (London 1999)

  “… 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.”



ب) سر ویلیام مویر


The tragedy of Karbala Decided not only the fare of Caliphate, but of Mahometan Kingdoms long after the caliphate had waned and disappeared.

Sir Wlliam Muir

source: Annals of the Early Caliphate page 441-442

میتونید آنلاین ببینید:

https://archive.org/details/annalsearlycali00muirgoog/page/n466


ج) Simon Ockley و Ignaz Goldziher

از اینجا دید:

Simon Ockley, the Professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge writes in his book, “the History of Saracens”:

“Then Husain 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 excellencies, 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.”

Ignaz Goldziher, the Famous Hungarian orientalist scholar, writes in his book, Introduction to Islamic Theology and Law: “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 Shia 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 commemoration 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.”


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