It has been narrated that after Prophet Joseph (pbuh) returned to Canaan, Prophet Jacob (pbuh) insisted him to tell his story,
So Joseph (pbuh) told the story till when “His brothers took off his clothes and threw him into the well”
At this time Prophet Jacob (pbuh) fainted!!
A group pf authors, From the Euphrates to Euphrates, Vol. 1, P.28
With his martyrdom,
Imam Huá¹£ayn (pbuh) disgraced Umayyad government. And this led to its destruction at last.
Likewise, by his emergence, ImÄm ZamÄn (mgehr) will cause a disgrace in all of the oppressing government in the world.
If you have doubts about the event [The Emergence], you will become sure by: seeing âProphet of God (pbuh&h)âs promise, the flag, the armâ1, and one of ImÄm Huá¹£ayn (pbuh)âs offspring âNafs al- Zakiyyahâ. But if you have doubts again, you will become definite by hearing âThe Divine Call2â which calls upon his [ImÄm MahdÄ« (mgehr)âs] name and his divine duty3. (TafsÄ«r al- Najashi, Volume 1, Page 65)
There isnât any valid account of âThe goal of Nafs al- Zakiyyah by his activities which will lead him to martyrdomâ! Therefore, the following cases arenât conclusive:
1-Â Â Â He will be sent to Mecca by ImÄm al -ËAsre [ImÄm ZamÄn (mgehr)], in order to give ultimatum1. So, they wonât later have any excuse not to help the ImÄm (mgehr).
In one or two narrations, they named [Al- Nafs] âMuá¸¥ammad ibn al- Haá¹£anâ. But because they are weak in terms of document, they arenât reliable.
In most narrations, he wasnât pointed to by his real name. He was just pointed to, by the title or kind of that. They are such as:
1-Â Â Â Al- Nafs: This refers to the very Nafs al- Zakiyyah.Â
When ImÄm Huá¹£ayne (pbuh) addressed Moslem ibn Aqil1âs children, âMoslemâs martyrdom is too much for your family! You had better go back to your houses.â Moslemâs children reacted, âAre we expected to tell the people, âWe have left our ImÄm (pbuh), our leader and elder alone among the enemies. We didnât defend him?! We swear by God; we will never do such a thing! May our lives and properties be sacrificed for you!ââ
â¦ And whoever is slain unjustly, we have indeed given to his heir authority, so let him not exceed the just limits in slaying; surely he is aided. (Holy QurÊ¾Än, Surah 17, Verse 33)
[In this regard], there is a á¸¤adÄ«th which reads: The [above] verse is about Imam á¸¤usayn (pbuh) and Imam ZamÄn (mgehr); the deceased is Imam á¸¤usayn (pbuh) and his avenger is Qaâim [Imam MahdÄ« (mgehr)].
After suppressing the opponents, SufyanÄ« and his large army, will rush into Iraq. So they will head Iraq. When they reach toQirq (Acity in Syria where khabur and Euphrates rivers meet) there will happen a battle and many people will be killed! Perhaps the reasonof such a decimation, is resisting the rulers of the land against SufyanÄ«âs avarice.
“To help the Imam (pbuh)”,
is the main lesson of this schoolâ¦ [the divine school]!
In the session “JÄmiâah KabÄ«rah”1, the prayer doesnât read “make me ready to help him”.
But it implies “I am ready to help you; you can count on me, [and] my help is ready for you â¦”
That is why in the session Ahad2, the ones who looks forward to the Emergence say chorally: