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حوار الاديان والثقافات اشكالية الجدوى

Author: عبد الامير كاظم زاهد
Journal: hawlyat al_montada حولية المنتدى ISSN: 19980841 Year: 2012 Volume: 1 Issue: 11 Pages: 11-32
Publisher: nati for forum onal and ideology researches culture المنتدى الوطني لابحاث الفكر والثقافة


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عاشوراء في الشعر (العربي والفارسي) المعاصر والثقافات الشعبية

Author: مرضية محمد زاده
Journal: The islamic college university journal مجلة كلية الاسلامية الجامعة ISSN: 62081997 Year: 2017 Volume: 2 Issue: 43 Pages: 631-654
Publisher: College Islamic University / Najaf كلية الاسلامية الجامعة / النجف الاشرف

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All those who are familiar with the history of Shiite are informed of Ashura and its consequences. Fourteen centuries have passed of the incident of Karbala and as the history showes, for no man from Adam to the Seal, these all elegies in memory of Imam Hussain were written and passing the time and reviewing it makes it more vivid and more glorious.The most important factors and motives that led the poets to write the poems in praise of Imam Hussein (AS) and Karbala are: love of Ahl al-Bayt, religious affiliation, the fascination of this great epic, achieving otherworldly rewards and finally severity of the disaster and the tragedy of Ashura.Ashura telling was reported as double-telling in Arabic. According to some of the citation, Ahl al-Bayt (as) was the first of elegy tellings, and followed them for years and centuries other poets have assisted of these poems for drawning the Karbala movement and expression of the Ahl al-Bayt (AS)passions and in this way according to time every poet has benefited from various styles and methods.In Persian poetry tendency to praise and elegy of the Prophet family(pbuh) began from the fourth century with the establishment of the government of Shi'ite in Iran and Iranian poets rimed in eulogy of the Prophet family (peace be upon him), and this lighthed -more and moreBut Ashura entered in the popular culture of iran so soon and has emerged as passion-play, the use of different objects and elements such as signs, symbols and chains and ... from ale - boye till now.

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