Welcome to the wonderful wierd world of Islam. Coming soon to a Mosque near you. Tabir the Muslim head cutting ceremony.No you didnt read it wrong. yes thats right head cutting ceremony.
So if you a bit squimish or ha a few to many beers last nite i wouldn’t carry on from here because it all gets a little graphic. You have been warned
Something thats pretty much common threw out the world an in almost every animal kind . That is a mothers undying love for their offspring. Where they do everything they can to protect it and ensuring it comes to no harm. Be it a lioness with her cubs. A Dog with its puppys or a bird with its chicks.Naturally it would be a good assumption this is a trait which is common to human beings aswell.
Well not entirely correct, in alot of cases that would be true…..but this is brain washed Muslims were talking about it…and nothing surprises me with them anymore. So when i saw these images of Muslim parents using their small children as a sacrifice to Allah and actually cut their own childs head with a sharp knife making it bleed……YES I WAS SHOCKED….. SURPRISED NO!!
Is it any wonder that many of these children grow up so full of hate when their parents treat them in this way.Only by the time their adults their parents would have convinced them their sufferings as a child was the western worlds fault.
This doesnt only happen in uneducated backwards arab countries.This is a worldwide thing although maybe not on such a big scale yet.In 2009 a parent from Eccles in Manchester,UK appeared in court for child cruelty for an incident related to Ashura holy day. There have also been reports of it happening in London mosques.Though with all the health and safety rules we must adhere to on a daily basis i have no idea how they got away with it. Especially with the amount of blood flowing open wounds and the hiv risk
Tatbir is performed every year on the 10th day of Islamic month of Moharram, known as the Day of Ashura, and Arbaeen by the Shiites around the world. However, some Shiites also perform Tatbir on other occasions like the 21st of Ramadan (the day when first Imam Ali ibn Abi talib was martyred in Kufa), 28th of Safar (in commemoration of Prophet Mohammad’s Death and Martyrdom of second Shiite Imam Hasan ibn Ali) and any time during the mourning period starting from Moharram till 8th of Rabi ul Awwal.
The practice of Tatbir includes striking oneself with a form of a sword (talwar in South Asia) on the head, causing blood to flow in remembrance of the innocent blood of Imam al Husain ibn Ali which was shed by Yazid’s forces in Battle of Karbala. Some Shiites also hit their back and/or chest with blades attached to chains. This is more commonly known as Zanjeer Zani. Tatbir is performed by both men and women of all ages (the performance of women is not advertised with pictures due to Hijab reasons, however it is certainly permissible for women as it was Sayyidah Zaynab bint Ali who first performed it.