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Thursday, May 20, 2010

(226) Shahid Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al Hakim r.w.a


Shahid Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al Hakim









In the name of Allah ST






Salamon alykom wa rahmatollah.


Today's wallpaper is about Shahid Hakim so i put some of his biography and his last sermon that he said before he become martyr. This is my first wallpaper about him so i put these things here so ucan read an incrase ur inf about this great Sahid of Islam.












Biography:

Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Baqir ibn Mohsin Al-Tabatabai Al-Hakim


Ayatollah Sayyid Mohamad Baqir Al-Hakim, was born in 1939, is the son of the
late Grand Ayatollah Muhsin AI-Hakim (who was the spiritual leader for the Shia
world in the period 1955-1970).

The Al-Hakim family is a well known religious Iraqi family loved and respected
by millions of Shia Muslims in Iraq and throughout the Muslim world. Sayyid
Al-Hakim, was born, brought up and studied religion in Najaf, Iraq (the holy
city for Shia in the world). He was a distinguished scholar and the personal
religious/political representative of the late Grand Ayatollah Mohsin AI-Hakim
in Iraq.

Sayyid Al-Hakim was a co-founder of the Islamic political movement in Iraq
established in the late fifties, along with the late distinguished leader
Ayatollah Sayyid Mohammed Baqir Al-Sadr and other scholars. Sayyid Al-Hakim
maintained a close association with Ayatollah Al-Sadr up to the martyrdom of
Ayatollah Al-Sadr in 1980. In 1972 Sayyid Al-Hakim was arrested and tortured by
the Bathist regime. He was released after a wide spread popular pressure on the
regime. In 1977 he was re-arrested following the people's uprising in Feb. 1977
in Najaf, and immediately sentenced to life imprisonment by special court
without any trial. He was released in July 1979 following huge public pressure
on the regime.

Sayyid Al-Hakim's association with Ayatollah Al-Sadr continued after his release
in 1979 when Ayatollah Al-Sadr was put under house arrest. At this point Sayyid
Al-Hakim assumed the responsibility of conducting clandestine contact with
Ayatollah Al-Sadr until April 1980 when Ayatollah Al-Sadr was murdered by
Saddam's regime. Sayyid Al- Hakim then decided to leave Iraq in 1980 shortly
after the eruption of war between Iraq and Iran. He played a prominent role in
the deliberations leading to the establishment of the Supreme Council of the
Islamic Resistance in Iraq (SCIRI) in November 1982.

Saddam's regime reacted violently to Sayyid Al-Hakim's prominent political
activity of SCIRI and arrested 125 members of his family in 1983. Subsequently
18 members of his family were executed. Despite this ordeal and the
assassination of his brother Sayyid Mahdi Al-Hakim in Sudan Jan. 1988, Sayyid
Al-Hakim continued his political activities against Saddam's regime. In addition
to his political activities, Sayyid Al-Hakim is a leading member of several
Islamic associations. He is also the author of many books on Islamic and
political thoughts.


Ayatollah Al-Hakim's Last Sermon




Here are extracts from the sermon delivered by the leading Shia Muslim
politician, Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al-Hakim, prior to his death in a car
bomb attack in the holy city of Najaf in Iraq.



The first act carried out by the criminal Baathists when they came to power
in Iraq is that they attacked the religious authority Imam al-Hakim. Afterwards,
they began killing the religious authorities one after another... This targeting
is not new...

It is true that the followers of the old regime were attacking the religious
authorities directly, but then they changed their policy to one of infiltration,
falsification, deception and misleading. This policy is still being followed.

They have penetrated different groups, under various titles, in order to carry
out these attacks. We have to realise that the followers of the defunct regime
are behind this act.


Condemns coalition forces

The fourth point to which we should pay attention is the responsibility of
the occupation forces for these attacks. The occupation forces did not carry out
their legal and real duties to protect the religious authority and the holy
places. This is to be condemned. We condemn this stance by the occupation
forces.

Moreover, the occupation forces have not carried out their duties to protect the
international organisations such as the headquarters of the United Nations in
Baghdad. The UN headquarters also faced this kind of aggression.

They have also not provided protection to the diplomatic organisations such as
the foreign embassies in Baghdad. Preventing such attacks is the responsibility
of the occupation forces and they should carry out their responsibilities.

What is more important with regard to the responsibilities of the occupation
forces is that since the first day I came to Iraq, even before I came to Iraq, I
have been saying ... that you [the occupation forces] should give the Iraqis the
opportunity to protect the holy places and the religious authority.

We do not need you or your forces. The Iraqis are capable of protecting
themselves, their religious authority, and their holy places...


Holy site protection

We call for the formation of a religious, faithful and committed Iraqi
force. This force would protect the religious authorities and the holy places in
Iraq.

The Americans, British or the foreigners should not approach these holy places
and the people would not allow them to do so. Therefore, an Iraqi force should
do this.

We believe that this issue is important and necessary. Some steps have been
taken in this regard in Al-Najaf and we encourage such steps. We hope and call
for taking such steps in all centres and holy sites in Iraq. We should pay
attention to this matter.

The last point in this regard is the security issue in Iraq in general. I am not
only talking about providing security for the religious authority and the holy
sites. We have seen that there is no security in this country.

The occupation forces thus far have tried to achieve security but they failed to
do so. They will continue to face failure, as I said earlier...


Iraqi government formation

The security responsibility should be given to the Iraqis themselves. They
have a better understanding of what is taking place in their country. The Iraqi
people would only co-operate with Iraqi security services to achieve security.
If the security services are foreign, the Iraqi people would not co-operate with
them.

The old regime was dealing with the security issue through oppression and acts
of aggression. We cannot practice what the old regime was practising. So, what
is the best way?

The best way is to form Iraqi security services that the Iraqi people would
co-operate with in order to solve the security problem. We should join efforts
in order to return full sovereignty to the Iraqi people by forming an Iraqi
government.




Ayatollah Al-Hakim's Last Sermon




Here are extracts from the sermon delivered by the leading Shia Muslim
politician, Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al-Hakim, prior to his death in a car
bomb attack in the holy city of Najaf in Iraq.



The first act carried out by the criminal Baathists when they came to power
in Iraq is that they attacked the religious authority Imam al-Hakim. Afterwards,
they began killing the religious authorities one after another... This targeting
is not new...


It is true that the followers of the old regime were attacking the religious
authorities directly, but then they changed their policy to one of infiltration,
falsification, deception and misleading. This policy is still being followed.


They have penetrated different groups, under various titles, in order to
carry out these attacks. We have to realise that the followers of the defunct
regime are behind this act.


Condemns coalition forces


The fourth point to which we should pay attention is the responsibility of
the occupation forces for these attacks. The occupation forces did not carry out
their legal and real duties to protect the religious authority and the holy
places. This is to be condemned. We condemn this stance by the occupation
forces.


Moreover, the occupation forces have not carried out their duties to protect
the international organisations such as the headquarters of the United Nations
in Baghdad. The UN headquarters also faced this kind of aggression.


They have also not provided protection to the diplomatic organisations such
as the foreign embassies in Baghdad. Preventing such attacks is the
responsibility of the occupation forces and they should carry out their
responsibilities.


What is more important with regard to the responsibilities of the occupation
forces is that since the first day I came to Iraq, even before I came to Iraq, I
have been saying ... that you [the occupation forces] should give the Iraqis the
opportunity to protect the holy places and the religious authority.


We do not need you or your forces. The Iraqis are capable of protecting
themselves, their religious authority, and their holy places...


Holy site protection


We call for the formation of a religious, faithful and committed Iraqi force.
This force would protect the religious authorities and the holy places in Iraq.


The Americans, British or the foreigners should not approach these holy
places and the people would not allow them to do so. Therefore, an Iraqi force
should do this.


We believe that this issue is important and necessary. Some steps have been
taken in this regard in Al-Najaf and we encourage such steps. We hope and call
for taking such steps in all centres and holy sites in Iraq. We should pay
attention to this matter.


The last point in this regard is the security issue in Iraq in general. I am
not only talking about providing security for the religious authority and the
holy sites. We have seen that there is no security in this country.


The occupation forces thus far have tried to achieve security but they failed
to do so. They will continue to face failure, as I said earlier...


Iraqi government formation


The security responsibility should be given to the Iraqis themselves. They
have a better understanding of what is taking place in their country. The Iraqi
people would only co-operate with Iraqi security services to achieve security.
If the security services are foreign, the Iraqi people would not co-operate with
them.


The old regime was dealing with the security issue through oppression and
acts of aggression. We cannot practice what the old regime was practising. So,
what is the best way?


The best way is to form Iraqi security services that the Iraqi people would
co-operate with in order to solve the security problem. We should join efforts
in order to return full sovereignty to the Iraqi people by forming an Iraqi
government.





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Shahid Ayatollah Muhammad Baqir Al Hakim r.w.a



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