Alternate transliteration: ʿAẓamallāhu wa ujūrakum (bi muṣābinā bil Ḥusayni ʿalayhis salām).
An expression meaning ‘May The proper name of God in Islam and in Arabic, referring to all of His perfect attributes at once. This name is a proper noun, and no other entity or being is allowed to have... More increase our reward and your reward [on account of our mourning for Direct translation: Leader. In Sunni Islam, Imāms are the leaders of the Muslim community who lead prayers, provide guidance and help run communities. In the Shi’ah faith, the Imāms are the infallible, divinely appointed leaders... More al-Ḥusayn, peace be upon him]’.
Commonly stated during the observances of Muḥarram, ʿĀshūrāʾ, and ‘The fortieth (day)’. A Shi’ah Muslim religious observance that occurs forty days after the Day of Āshūrā. Every year in Iraq, pilgrims travel on foot from Najaf to reach Karbala by the day of Arba’in... More to acknowledge a person’s acts of mourning for Imām al-Ḥusayn An abbreviation for the Arabic ‘Alayhi salām’ or ‘Alayhā salām’, which translates to: ‘Peace and blessings be upon him/her.’ Follows the name of a maʿsūm (infallible, according to Shi’ah belief) - including all of the... More and his companions. The full form of the expression given in The verbal statements of Prophet Muḥammad (ṣ) and the twelve Imāms of the Ahl al-Bayt. Ḥadīth comes from the Arabic roots “h d th” which means story or narration. Alongside the Qurʾān, hadīth have an... More, which is usually only used on the day of Āshūrāʾ, continues with a supplication to be included in those who will join the awaited Imām An abbreviation for the Arabic ‘Ajjallāhu ta’ālā farajahu Shareef’, which translates to ‘May Allah, the Exalted, hasten his noble reappearance.’ Follows the name of the 12th Imām, al-Mahdī (ʿaj), and is written as a sign... More in his quest for universal justice.