The name of Hussain is not only shining like the sun but it is also enlightening hearts and offering guidance not only among millions of Shias and other Muslims in different Islamic countries but also among non-Muslims.
All days of the year are essentially the same. It is human beings, their determination, and selfless efforts that make certain days prominent and turn them into a flag to guide other people. The10thDay (Ashura – the 10th of Muharram) – is not in itself different from other days. It was Imam Hussein who gave life and meaning to it and raised its position. It was the selfless efforts of Hussein’s companions that made The10thDay so important.
HUSSAIN IN OTHER'S WORDS
Reynold Alleyne Nicholson
(1868-1945) Sir Thomas Adams Professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge.
Edward G. Brown
Sir Thomas Adams Professor of Arabic and oriental studies at the University of Cambridge.
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.
(1850-1921) Famous Hungarian orientalist scholar.
(1678-1720) Professor of Arabic at the University of Cambridge.