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Captives of Karbala
(Arabic: أسراء کربلاء) are the members of Ahl al-Bayt (a) and the families of some of the martyrs of Karbala who were captured by Kufa army led by 'Umar b. Sa'd during the Event of Karbala and after the martyrdom of Imam al-Husayn (a). They were taken to Kufa and then to Damascus. There are disagreements about the exact number of the captives. However, Imam al-Sajjad (a) and Lady Zaynab (a) are the most famous and eminent figures among them, who inform people about the tyranny of Yazid by their fiery sermons during the captivity.
These names have been reported as the captives of Karbala:
Men: Imam al-Sajjad (a), Imam al-Baqir (a), Umar b. al-Husayn b. Ali (a). Muhammad b. al-Husayn b. Ali, Zayd b. al-Hasan b. Ali (a), Muhammad b. 'Amr b. al-Hasan b. Ali (a), two sons of Ja'far b. Abi Talib, 'Abd Allah b. 'Abbas b. Ali (a), Qasim b. 'Abd Allah b. Ja'far, Qasim b. Muhammad b. Ja'far, Muhammad al-Asghar b. 'Aqil, 'Uqbat b. Sam'an (Rabab's servant), servant of 'Abd al-Rahman b. 'Abd Rabbih al-Ansari, Muslim b. Ribah (servant of Imam Ali (a)), and 'Ali b. 'Uthman al-Maghribi.
Women: Imam Ali's daughters: Lady Zaynab, Fatima, Umm Kulthum (or Nafisa or Zaynab al-Sughra), Umm al-Hasan, Khadija the wife of Abd al-Rahman b. Aqil, Umm Hani the wife of Abd Allah al-Akbar b. Aqil. Daughters of Imam al-Husayn (a): Sukayna, Fatima, Ruqayya, and Zaynab. Rabab (Imam al-Husayn's wife), Umm Muhammad (Fatima the daughter of Imam al-Hasan (a) the Imam al-Sajjad's wife and Imam al-Baqir's mother), and Fakiha the mother of Qarib b. 'Abd Allah b. Urayqit.
Army's Treatment of Captives
The enemy army mounted the captives on bareback camels and horses. When they entered Kufa, people came out to see them; women of Kufa were crying for them. Khidhlam b. Sitir says, "Amongst them I saw Ali b. al-Husayn (a) tied in chains and his hands were tied to his neck."
Decorating the city: Yazid gave his orders to decorate the city before the arrival of the captives. Sahl b. Sa'd al-Sa'idi is one of the narrators who reported that the city was decorated and people were happy when the captives entered the city.
The day of arrival: according to historical reports, on Safar 1 the captives and the heads of martyrs of Karbala entered Damascus from Bab Tuma or Bab al-Sa'at. They were taken to Umayyad Mosque and were kept on a raised platform there.
Report to Yazid: After that soldiers circled the captives in Damascus, they went to Yazid's court. Zahr b. Qays, in behalf of all the soldiers, reported what had happened in Karbala to Yazid.
Arrival of captives to Yazid's court: After the report, Yazid ordered to decorate his palace and invited the elites of Damascus, then ordered to bring the captives into his palace. Reports denote that they brought the captives into the palace while they were tied to each other by ropes. At this moment, Fatima bt. al-Husayn (a) said, "O Yazid! Do the granddaughters of the Prophet (s) deserve to be captives?" The people and the household of Yazid cried by her saying.
Yazid and the head of Imam al-Husayn (a): In the presence of the captives, Yazid had put the head of Imam al-Husayn (a) in a gold tub and was hitting it with his staff. When Sukayna and Fatima, the daughters of Imam al-Husayn (a), saw that; they shouted crying in a way that the wives of Yazid and daughters of Mu'awiya cried along. It is narrated form Imam al-Rida (a) that Yazid put the head of Imam al-Husayn (a) in a tub and put his food table on it and started eating and drinking beer at that table with his companions. Then they put the table of Chess on that tub and started playing it. Whenever he won, he drank a glass of beer and poured the rest of it on the ground near the tub in which was the head of Imam al-Husayn (a).
Objections: Some people who were present there opposed to Yazid's behaviors, including Yahya b. al-Hakam, Marwan b. al-Hakam's brother, whom Yazid punched on the chest, and Abu Barza al-Aslami, whom Yazid ordered to be taken out of the palace.
Delivering sermons: After that Imam al-Sajjad (a) and Lady Zaynab (a) saw that the people of Damascus do not know anything about the real Islam and the high status of Ahl al-Bayt (a), they delivered sermons to inform people about the tyranny of Umayyad dynasty and enlighten them about the truth.