– Abal-Fadhl Al-‘Abbas (Al-Hussein’s brother)
– Zainab (Al-Hussein’s sister who didn’t become Shaheed)
– Ali Akbar and Ali Asghar (sons of Al-Hussein, the latter an INFANT!)
May Allah be pleased with all of them. You see, they even remember INFANTS, yet have you ever heard their “Ayatollahs” and demagogues encouraging the gullible Shia masses to yell:
“Yaaaaaaaa ABU BAKR”!!!!!!!!! or “Yaaaaaaaa OMAR”!!!!!!!!!
No? Well, of course Abu Bakr and Omar (may Allah be pleased with them both) are the enemies of these deviants, yet we did not intent Abu Bakr Ibn Abi Quhafah, the Khalifah of the MUSLIMS or Omar bin Al-Khattab the second Khalifah of the Muslims. No, who we meant were:
Abu Bakr Ibn (son of) Al-Hassan bin Ali bin Abi Talib
Abu Bakr Ibn (son of) Abi Talib (i.e. BROTHER of Al-Hussein whose mother was Layla bint Mas’ud bin Khalid Ruba’i and who is reported to be one of the MOST brave at the battle at Karbala, yet he is barely mentioned!)
Omar Ibn (son of) Ali bin Abi Talib (ANOTHER brother of Al-Hussein whose mother was Sahba bint Rubi’ah)
Omar bin (son of) Hassan Ibn Abi Talib
Omar bin (son of) Hussein Ibn Abi Talib
Othman bin (SON OF) Ali bin Abi Talib (yet ANOTHER brother of Al-Hussein)
(for a DETAILED and complete list, check the following link)
Here a list from one of the biggest Arabic Shia websites in the world, all reference are Shia references of course:
These men were all Bani Hashimis sons of Ali, Al-Hussein and Al-Hassan and brothers of Al- Hassan and Al-Hussein. Shias sometimes say that in the “ten days of Muharram” only “the most important figures are mentioned”, well, they seem to have enough time to mentioning an INFANT (Ali Al-Asghar son of Al-Hussein, apparently more important than the other sons of Ali and Al-Hassan), yet there is not enough time to mention those men (remember these are the remaining brave who stayed with Al-Hussein till the last second) who actually FOUGHT and got KILLED and slaughtered at Karbala?!
Why are they barely mentioned? Yet others (since they have names like Ali etc.) are FREQUENTLY being mentioned with all sorts of banners and pagan rituals (lifting babies in the air!):
Ali Asghar. The infant martyr of Karbala? Look they have flooded the web and TV with articles and speeches like the following:
and they even risk the life’s of innocent babies in their barbaric pagan self-flagellation ceremonies:
Yet no word about the forgotten martyrs of Karbala!
Have you watched the clip? Have you seen how the “Ayatollahs” in their “Mourning processions” encourage the poor Shia laymen to CALL UPON an INFANT for their NEEDS? You will also see thousands of black banners written on them: “Ya Ali Al-Asghar”! Just as you will see thousands of banners with: “Ya Abal-Fadhl Al-Abbas”, “Ya Hussein”, “Ya Zaynab” etc. you will hear the names of dozens of Bani Hashim members who were slaughtered at Karbala’, heck you will even hear how you are encouraged to call upon a baby (!!!), now the question should arise in ones mind: The likes of Abu Bakr Ibn Ali, Abu Bakr Ibn Al-Hassan, Omar Ibn Ali, Othman Ibn Ali etc. of Karbala who were slaughtered (sons of Ali and Hassan!), are they less worth than an infant?
One is amazed to see that the Shiites weep over the martyrdom of Imam Hussein(ra) whereas they never weep over the martyrdom of his brother Abu Bakr ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib and over the martyrdom of his son Abu Bakr. Do you think that the likes of ABU BAKR Ibn Ali Ibn Abi Talib were some random men at Karbala’? This is Abu Bakr the son of Ali, the lion at Karbala’ whose only crime is the noble name he carries:
أبو بكر بن الإمام أمير المؤمنين علي بن أبي طالب عليه السلام
أبوه أسد الله الغالب أمير المؤمنين علي بن ابي طالب عليه السلام، وأُمُّه ليلى بنت مسعود بن خالد بن مالك بن رِبْعي بن سَلْمى بن جَنْدَل، وهي دارميّة تميميّة رحمها الله، لأنّ جدّها سَلْمى هو ابن جَنْدَل بنَ نَهْشَل بن دارِم بن مالك بن حَنظَلة بن زيد مَناة بن تميم، أمّا أبو بكر بن الإمام عليّ عليه السّلام فاسمُه عبدالله، أو عبيدالله.
كتب الشيخ المجلسيّ: قالوا: ثمّ تقدّم إخوةُ الحسين عليه السّلام، عازمين على أن يموتوا دونه، فأوّل مَن خرج منهم: أبو بكر بن عليّ، واسمه عبيدالله، فتقدّم إلى الحرب، وأخذ يقاتل قتالَ الأبطال، ولم يَزَل كذلك يصول ويجول حتّى وقع صريعاً شهيداً بين يَدَي أخيه الحسين سيّد شباب أهل الجنّة صلوات الله عليه.
“ABU BAKR Ibn (son of) the Imam, the Chief of the Believers Ali Ibn Abi Talib (peace be upon him). His father is Assadallah Al-Ghalib, the Chief of the Believers, Ali Ibn Abi Talib and his mother is Layla Bint (daughter) of Masood Ibn Khaled Ibn Maalik Ibn Rib’i Ibn Salmi Ibn Jandal, and she was from the Arab tribe of the Darimiyyah Taymiyya (may Allah have mercy upon her) […]. As for ABU BAKR Ibn Imam Ali (peace be upon him) then his name was Abdallah or Ubaydullah [i.e. Abu Bakr was his Kunya, Arabs only address themselves with the MOST BELOVED Kunyahs!]”
Mullah Baqir Al-Majlisi (the Safavid) says: “ABU BAKR Ibn Ali was DETERMINED to die with Al-Hussein, he was among the very first to step forward to fight, and he fought the battle of a HERO, he also didn’t ease off until he was martyred next to his brother Al-Hussein […]
Source: The book of Shirk, Bihar Al-Dhulamat, Jame’ Al-Khorafat wa Al-Zandaqa also known among Shias as “Bihar Al-Anwar”:
ABU BAKR IBN ALI was from the foremost figures of the Bani Hashimis and SONS of ALI to step forward and to FIGHT, yet Rawafidh know barely ANYTHING about him, yet they can even tell you the colour of the dress of the infant (Ali Al-Asghar), isn’t that dodgy, isn’t that BIASED, isn’t that the fear of the RafidhA “Ayatullahs” that the names such as Abu Bakr, Omar etc. will cast to much of a doubt into the hearts of the Shia masses? SURELY IT is!
NOTE: The name of Abu Bakr Ibn Abi Quhafa Al-Siddiq was Abdullah (Abu Bakr was his Kunya/nickname), and all first three Imams called their children Abdullah, all three Abdallah who were more known by their Kunya ABU BAKR were martyred in Karbala:
شرح الأخبار – القاضي النعمان المغربي، 3/187 (الحاشية)
ذكر ابن الأثير في الكامل 4 / 75 : إن عبد الله بن الغنوي رمى أبا بكر بن الحسين بن علي . وقال الخوارزمي في مقتله 2 / 47 : إنه أبو بكر بن الحسن … ويظهر من جميع ما ذكرنا ، أن ثلاثة كناهم : أبو بكر استشهدوا في كربلاء ، وهم : 1 – أبو بكر بن علي . 2 – أبو بكر بن الحسن . 3 – أبو بكر بن الحسين .
Ibn al-Atheer mentioned in al-Kamil 4/75: `Abdullah bin al-Ghanawi threw an arrow at Abu Bakr bin al-Hussein bin `Ali, al-Khawarizmi said in his Maqtal 2/47: It is Abu Bakr bin al-Hassan (…) it appears from all that was previously mentioned that three whose Kuniyah was Abu Bakr martyred in Karbala: they are 1- Abu Bakr bin `Ali 2- Abu Bakr bin al-Hassan 3- Abu Bakr bin al-Hussein. (Sharh al-Akhbar – al-Qadi al-Nu`man al-Maghribi – (footnotes) 3/187)
Hence the ignorant must know that not only did they call their sons Abdullah, but they also called them by the same exact Kuniyah as the first Caliph which is Abu Bakr..
Hopefully, this removes the delusion that some extremist Shia had that there were others who also had the name “Abu Bakr”, because there was only one man who was called `Abdullah and who was famously referred to as Abu Bakr and he is the first caliph al-Siddeeq, and three Abu Bak’r got martyred in Karbala’!
There are too many (!) Abu Bakr’s and Omar’s at Karbala, so let us give another example of another completely forgotten martyr of Karbala’, the hero Othman Ibn Ali Ibn Abi Talib:
ثم برز من بعده أخوه عثمان بن علي وامه ام البنين بنت حزام بن خالد من بني كلاب ، وهويقول : إني أنا عثمان ذوالمفاخر شيخي علي ذوالفعال الظاهر وإبن عم للنبي الطاهر أخي حسين خيرة الاخاير وسيد الكبار والاصاغر بعد الرسول والوصي الناصر فرماه خولي بن يزيد الاصبحي على جبينه فسقط عن فرسه ، وجز رأسه رجل من بني أبان بن حازم ، قال أبوالفرج : قال يحيى بن الحسن ، عن علي بن إبراهيم عن عبيدالله بن الحسن وعبدالله بن العباس قالا : قتل عثمان بن علي وهوابن إحدى وعشرين سنة وقال الضحاك باسناده : إن خولي بن يزيد رمى عثمان بن علي بسهم فأسقطه ( 1 ) وشد عليه رجل من بني أبان دارم وأخذ رأسه ، وروي عن علي عليه السلام
“… after him, Othman IbN Ali (Ibn Abi Talib) stepped forward, his mother was UMM AL-BANIN Bint Hazzaam Ibn KHaled from the Bani Kilaab (the mother of Abal-Fadhl Al-Abbas i.e. his brother, both of them are half-brothers of Al-Hussein), and he said (at the battlefield!):
“Verily, I am Othman the, possessor of pride, my Shaykh is ALI the owner of (good) apparent deeds, and cousin of the pure Prophet. My brother is Hussein, the best of the best …”
“… finally, Khawli Ibn Yazeed Al-Asbahi shot and hit him at his forehead, he (Othman) fell off his horse and one of the men from Bani Abaan Ibn Haazem cut off his head. Abu Al-Faraj (the Shiite) says: Yahya Ibn Al-Hassan reported on the authority of Ali Ibn Ibrahim on the authority of Ubaydallah Ibn Al-Hassan and Abdallah Ibn Al-Abbas, who said: “Othman Ibn Ali was killed when he was twenty one years old …” – Source: Bihar Al-Anwar, by the Shiite Mulla Baqir Al-Majlisi
No doubt, the non-biased reader, Muslim Sunnah, Shia or even non-Muslim will realise the unjustice that has been done to all the sons of Ali, Al-Hassan and Al-Hussein whose only fault seems to be the names they carried. You will NEVER find a SINGLE Husseiniyyah Shia temple, TV Channel, Black Flag, Majlis or slogan with the HEROS of Karbala (not just any, but the SONS of ALI!!!!) aslong as they carry names that the biased and unjust Shia “Ayatullahs” hate. Just imagine for a second how perplexed the Shia masses would be if the same “Ayatullahs” would order them to CALL upon ABU BAKR (!), then OMAR (!!!) then OTHMAN (!!!!), it just does not fit with their biased sect
Those who bear those names are from the Ahlul Bayt also.Why negligence?Is it because they have names which are disliked by the Rafidis and by announcing it to their Shiite listeners would make the Shias here and there actually THINK?!
Is it because that the likes of Abu Bakr and Omar wiped out the Sassanid arrogance and for this reason mentioning their names are unbearable?
Shiite muhaditeen like Abu Faraj al-Isfahani in his Muqatil at-Talibeen-p.88,142,188; Al-Arbali in his Kashful Ghumamah vol.2,p.64; and Majlisi in Jila el-ou’ioun 582[/COLOR] stated that amongst those who were martyred with Hussein in Karbala were Abu Bakr ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib and Abu Bakr ibn Hussein ibn Ali ibn Abi Talib.