After the martyrdom of Imam Aba Abdillah Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) on the afternoon of Ashura, the timeless Hussayni revolution passed through tragic chapters, like the tragic eve of the eleventh of Muharram, after that the family and children of Aba Abdillah (peace be upon him) have witnessed a bloody day, they had to face a darkest and the most mournful night for Lady Zaynab (peace be upon him), seeing the harshest hearts that are unmerciful towards everyone, the little children, the weak woman and even those who are unable to move...
A sorrowful night on the hearts of the Prophet (Allah's prayers be upon him and his holy Household), the Commander of the Faithful (peace be upon him), Lady Fatima, Imam Al-Hassan and all members of Ahl Al-Bayt (peace be upon them). It is the night of grief, tears, groans and moans for the lovers of Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) and those martyred with him from his family and companions.
After the conclusion of the Ashura condolences rituals, which lasted for ten days, on the eve of the eleventh day of the sacred month of Muharram a number of the condolence processions were launched to present their condolences to Lady Zaynab (peace be upon her), recalling the tragedy and oppression she faced on such night of the year 61 AH.
One of these processions was the procession of the heroine of Karbala, with which the visitors have interacted, recalling the this sad and painful night and the bitter and harsh moments experienced by the family of the Prophet (peace be upon them). And the two holy shrine of Imam Al-Hussayn and Al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) have lighted dim red lights inside the two holy shrine to commemorate this night.
Most of the visitors and mourners have carried the candles in the two holy shrines and the are between the two holy shrine. In this parade of these processions, there were theatric representations of the course of this night, with sad voices mixed with tears and groans, representing what happened to the people of the Message's House (peace be upon him) by tyrants of their time. Scenes and special elegies were allocated to each shrine, according to the temporal and spatial sequence of the tragedy of At-Taf.