Мусульмане-шииты отметили день Ашура кровью

17 Декабря 2010, 11:01

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Afghan Shiite Muslim men beat themselves with chains and blades during a Muslim ritual on the last day of Ashura celebrations in the streets of Kabul on December 16, 2010. Ashura, a public holiday in Afghanistan, is the final day of 10 days of mourning for the killing of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in the year 680. Sunnis mark it quietly but Shiites hold public displays of grief, including flaying their backs with whips and chains which sometimes have small blades attached to their ends. AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BUREAU
Afghan Shiite Muslim men beat themselves with chains and blades during a Muslim ritual on the last day of Ashura celebrations in the streets of Kabul on December 16, 2010. Ashura, a public holiday in Afghanistan, is the final day of 10 days of mourning for the killing of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in the year 680. Sunnis mark it quietly but Shiites hold public displays of grief, including flaying their backs with whips and chains which sometimes have small blades attached to their ends. AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BUREAU
An Indian Shiite Muslim holds his child as he stands near(unseen) clusters of chains and knives used in self flagelation rituals as part of ceremonies marking the period of Ashura outside a Shiite mosque in Mumbai on December 13, 2010. Ashura is a period of mourning in remembrance of the seven-century martyrdom of Prophet Mohammad's (PBUH) grandson Imam Hussain who was killed in a battle in Karbala in Iraq, in 680 AD. AFP PHOTO/Sajjad HUSSAIN
An Afghan Shiite Muslim man holds his blades during a Muslim ritual on the last day of Ashura celebrations in the streets of Kabul on December 16, 2010. Ashura, a public holiday in Afghanistan, is the final day of 10 days of mourning for the killing of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in the year 680. Sunnis mark it quietly but Shiites hold public displays of grief, including flaying their backs with whips and chains which sometimes have small blades attached to their ends. AFP PHOTO / MARTIN BUREAU
A Lebanese Shiite Muslim man and supporter of the Amal Movement breaks the skin on his scalp in Beirut's southern suburb on December 16, 2010, as he takes part in Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala, in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Lebanese Shiite Muslim men and supporters to the Amal Movement take part in Beirut southern suburb on December 16, 2010, in Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central #Iraq. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Pakistani Shiite scouts treat injured Shiite Muslims after they beat themselves as part of the Ashura celebrations in Islamabad on December 16, 2010. Ashura, is the final day of 10 days of mourning for the killing of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in the year 680. Sunnis mark it quietly but Shiites hold public displays of grief, including flaying their backs with whips and chains which sometimes have small blades attached to their ends. AFP PHOTO / Farooq NAEEM
Turkish Shiite men beat their chests during a religious procession held for Ashura in Istanbul on December 16, 2010. Ashura commemorates the killing of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Mohammed, by armies of the caliph Yazid in 680 AD. Tradition holds that the revered imam was decapitated and his body mutilated in the Battle of Karbala. AFP PHOTO/MUSTAFA OZER
Pakistani Shiite scouts treat injured Shiite Muslims after they beat themselves as part of the Ashura observance in Islamabad on December 16, 2010. Ashura, is the final day of 10 days of mourning for the killing of the grandson of Prophet Mohammad in the year 680AD. Sunnis mark it quietly but Shiites hold public displays of grief, including flaying their backs with whips and chains which sometimes have small blades attached to their ends. AFP PHOTO / Farooq NAEEM
An Iraqi Shiite Muslim man bleeds as he takes part in a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
An Iraqi Shiite Muslim boy bleeds as he takes part in a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
Iraqi Shiite Muslim men beat themselves with the flatside of a knife as they take part in a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
An Iraqi Shiite Muslim man bleeds as he takes part in a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
Iraqi Shiite men flagellate themselves outside a mosque during a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
An Iraqi Shiite boy flagellate himself outside a mosque during a ritual in the capital Baghdad on December 16, 2010, during the Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala in central Iraq. AFP PHOTO/AHMAD AL-RUBAYE
A Lebanese Shiite Muslim man and supporter of Amal movement beats himself in southern Beirut on December 16, 2010 as he takes part in Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
A Lebanese Shiite Muslim man and supporter of Amal movement beats himself in southern Beirut on December 16, 2010 as he takes part in Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala. AFP PHOTO/JOSEPH EID
Muslim Shiite pilgrims gather outside the Imam Abbas shrine in the holy city of Karbala, central Iraq, on December 16, 2010 during Ashura commemorations marking the 7th century killing of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Mohammed, in the Battle of Karbala. AFP PHOTO/MOHAMMED SAWAF
A Bangladeshi Shiite Muslim looks on as he takes part in a self-flagellation ritual during a religious procession of the Ashura mourning period in Dhaka on December 17, 2010. The religious festival of Ashura, which includes a ten-day mourning period starting on the first day of Muharram on the Islamic calendar, commemorates the seventh-century slaying of Prophet Mohammed's grandson Imam Hussein in Karbala. AFP Photo/Munir uz ZAMAN
Bangladeshi Shiite Muslims wield self-flagellation chains as they take part in a religious procession of the Ashura mourning period in Dhaka on December 17, 2010. The religious festival of Ashura, which includes a ten-day mourning period starting on the first day of Muharram on the Islamic calendar, commemorates the seventh-century slaying of Prophet Mohammed's grandson Imam Hussein in Karbala. AFP Photo/Munir uz ZAMAN
Bangladeshi Shiite Muslims take part in a self-flagellation ritual during a religious procession of the Ashura mourning period in Dhaka on December 17, 2010. The religious festival of Ashura, which includes a ten-day mourning period starting on the first day of Muharram on the Islamic calendar, commemorates the seventh-century slaying of Prophet Mohammed's grandson Imam Hussein in Karbala. AFP Photo/Munir uz ZAMAN

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