Karbala: Hussain's Everlasting Stand


Film about the tragic events that took place in Karbala and the killing of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH)'s grandson Hussain ibn Ali (a.s.) and his family as he stood for justice in the face of oppression and tyranny.

Chapter One: Prologue 1:55
Chapter Two: The Demand for Allegiance 3:47
Chapter Three: The Road to Kufa 6:21
Chapter Four: The Loyal Companions 11:22
Chapter Five: The Sons of Bani Hashim 16:36
Chapter Six: The Flag Bearer 22:34
Chapter Seven: The Cry of Thirst 29:30
Chapter Eight: The Ultimate Sacrifice 32:13
Chapter Nine: The Night of Grief 39:21
Chapter Ten: An Eternal Legacy 41:40
Epilogue 43:27

Recommended viewing age from 12 years+.

Faces of the Holy Prophet (SAW)'s family members have not been shown out of respect. Peace and blessings upon them all.
For ease of reading S.A.W. and A.S. have been left out after the names of Prophet Muhammed and Imam Hussain respectively. However it is very much implied and can be found in the final credits.

Imam Hussain (a.s.) is also referred to by his title Abu Abdullah in this film.

Music in this video

Song - Snow Leopards
Artist - Jacob Shea & Jasha Klebe
Album - Planet Earth II (Original Television Soundtrack)
Licensed to YouTube by - MGM Distribution, Entertainment One U.S., LP (on behalf of Silva Screen Records); UMPG Publishing, UBEM, and 6 Music Rights Societies

Song - These Are the Ones
Artist - Dan Romer
Album - Beasts of No Nation (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)
Licensed to YouTube by - The Orchard Music (on behalf of BFD); AMRA, and 4 Music Rights Societies

Song - Goodbye To Hawk (THE REVENANT)-28221
Artist - RYUICHI SAKAMOTO
Album - The Revenant [Original Motion Picture Soundtrack]
Writers - Ryuichi Sakamoto
Licensed to YouTube by - AdRev for a 3rd Party, WMG (on behalf of TCF MUSIC PUBLISHING O/B/O NEW REGENCY MUSIC (Fox Music)); AdRev Publishing, EMI Music Publishing, UBEM, and 4 Music Rights Societies

Published on Oct 5, 2017


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