Rawalpindi, The Universal Days of Bab al-Hawaij commenced in Rawalpindi, marking a period of remembrance and mourning for Hazrat Imam Musa Kazim (peace be upon him), a revered figure known for his stand against oppression. Organized by Tehreek Nafaze Fiqhe Jafariya and led by Quaid Millat-e-Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Mousavi, the observance includes funeral gatherings and speeches highlighting the Imam’s legacy. The event emphasizes the Imam’s virtues of courage and steadfastness, drawing attendees from across the region to participate in the two-day gathering at Darbar Sakhi Shah Pyaara Al-Mushahdi Chauhar Qasim Ali Shah in Harpal.
According to Tehreek Nafaze Fiqhe Jafariya, the ceremonies began on Sunday across Pakistan, resonating with the global commemoration of Imam Musa Kazim’s martyrdom. Speakers, including Allama Qamar Zaidi and Ibtahaj Zainab, addressed the congregation, reflecting on the Imam’s spiritual significance and his enduring message of resistance against tyranny. The event also features a procession and mourning rituals, symbolizing the collective grief and reverence for the Imam’s sacrifice.
The Universal Days of Bab al-Hawaij not only pay homage to Imam Musa Kazim’s extraordinary life and contributions but also serve as a source of inspiration for contemporary struggles against injustice. The gatherings, speeches, and processional activities underscore the deep historical and religious connections within the community, reinforcing the values of perseverance and resistance in the face of adversity.