Time and place in the narrations of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, moving to Mecca


  • Iyad Abdul-Hussein Sihoud Al-Khafaji Karbala University College of Education for Human Sciences
  • Khudair Abbas Jiyad Al-Jubouri Karbala Education Directorate


Time, place, narrations, Imam Hussein peace be upon him, Mecca


The writing about the events of the incident of tuff is of great importance to researchers, especially the renewal of ideas and visions put forward by contemporary studies, when reading the contents of the novels in terms of time and place have an important role in confirming the validity of the news or not, the critical study of the narratives has an important role in reaching an objective vision because it needs an analytical approach to the novels to know the difference in time and place of the narrator of the event as well, and this period of time is of great importance in the continuation of the Husseini renaissance, which lasted Four months, which are the month of Sha'ban, Ramadan, Shawwal and Dhu al-Qa'dah. As Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, came out of Mecca on Tuesday, corresponding to the eighth of Dhu al-Hijjah in the year 60 AH, and his arrival in Karbala was on Thursday, corresponding to the second of the month of Muharram in the year 61 AH, and historical narratives remember the facts of the road to Mecca because of their great importance in the success of the blessed renaissance, especially the meeting with some important figures, including Ibn Abbas and Ibn Omar, and this is what the research explained in the study of narratives that dealt with time and place in the transition of Imam Hussein Peace be upon him from Medina to Mecca, as she explained the importance of receiving people to Imam Hussein in this ...