ËAbbas ibn Ê¿AlÄ« (pbuh): [He was] a young very courageous flag- bearer and pioneer of ImÄm Huá¹£ayne (pbuh). He was 34 at the martyr time, according to âIbn Fanduqâ âs text.
Ê¿AlÄ« ibn al- Huá¹£ayne (pbuh); famous as Ê¿AlÄ« Akbar: [He was born, early in âUthmanâs caliphate.] He was the most similar person to The Messenger of Allah [Muá¸¥ammad (pbuh&h)]. On Ê»ÄshÅ«rÄ day, he was given the permission to went to battleground by his fatherâ¦ A group of historians referred to his blessed age at the time of martyrdom as 18, and others as 29.
QÄsim ibn al- Haá¹£an (pbuh): [He was] 16 years old at the time of martyrdom, according to ibn Fanduqâs text.
IbrÄhÄ«m ibn Ê¿AlÄ«: He was one of the martyrs of KarbalÄ. In “LubÄb al-AnsÄb”, it has been written that IbrÄhÄ«m was 20 when he becamebecame martyr.
JaÊ¿far ibn Ê¿AlÄ«: He was one of FÄá¹imah Umm ul-Baninâs children; “JaÊ¿far was 19 years old when he became martyr.” as quoted by Abu al-Faraj al-IsfahÄnÄ«.
UthmÄn ibn Ê¿AlÄ«: [He] was again one of Imam Ê¿AlÄ« (pbuh)âs children; he was also 21 years old, when he became martyred.
Abdullah: [He was] Muslim ibn AqÄ«lâs son. On Ê»ÄshÅ«rÄ day, he caused a lot of damage to the rotten foundation of Banu Umayya1. His blessed age was 26, and Abdullah ibn AqÄ«l was 33, when they became martyr.
[Also] Abdullah ibn Muá¸¥sin was 35, JaÊ¿far ibn AqÄ«l was 32, AbÅ« Bakr ibn Ê¿AlÄ« was 25, and AbÄ« SaÊ¿Ä«dâs son, Muá¸¥ammad was 27 years old when they became martyr.
After thebecame martyrdom of Ê¿Amr ibn JunÄda at age of 11, his father also became martyr; serving ImÄm Huá¹£ayne (pbuh)âs worship [fighting for the sake of God].
Muá¸¥ammad: He was Muslim ibn AqÄ«lâs other son, who went to the battleground with the BanÅ« HÄshim and AbÄ« á¹¬Älibâs children, on Ê»ÄshÅ«rÄ day. And he attained martyrdom at agekk of 27.
There is a á¸¤adÄ«th which reads, “The companions and helpers of Imam MahdÄ« (mgehr) are of young people. And there is no one or few old ones among them. like kohl for eyes or like salt in foodâ¦!”
Yes … young people are at the frontline of the Emergence.
1-Â Â Â Â The Banu Umayya, also known as the Umayyads, were a clan of the Quraysh tribe descended from Umayya ibn Abd Shams. The clan staunchly opposed the Islamic prophet Muá¸¥ammad, but eventually embraced Islam before the latter’s death in 632.