This page is about the meaning, origin and characteristic of the symbol, emblem, seal, sign, logo or flag: Alhussain.
Alhussain Ibn Ali
Alhussain the grandson of prophet Muhammed was slaughtered with his household and companions to include his 6 month child, October 10, 680 AD. They were decapitated and their heads were taken from Karbala, Iraq to Damascus, Syria to show their allegiance to the tyrant ruler Yazid.
This symbol will represent the followers of Alhussain around the world and child or an adult victim of homicide and murder. Wearing it will trigger a question and answer session where the unforgotten carnage is relived shedding light on what had happened.
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