The woman in the epic of Karbala had distinct roles in the scene of victory and redemption, and has given the brightest pages in the message history, by surpassing her usual innate nature in caring for the safety of her children and husbands to the highest levels of sacrifice and redemption by encouraging them to defend Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) by their own blood, urging them to withstand with courage and valance, and then accepted their martyrdom with satisfaction.
Among those ladies; Ramla (may God be pleased with her), the wife of Imam al-Hassan al-Mojtaba (peace be upon him) the mother of al-Qassem (peace be upon him), and she has asked Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) to accompany him to Karbala with her three sons.
On the wat to Karbala, Ramla encouraged her son al-Qassem (peace be upon him) to fight along with Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), and was raising him morale to defend Islam and the people of the Prophecy House (peace be upon them), which increased her son's desire to sacrifice above his own keenness.
It is sufficient for this woman to be proud that she is a sincere wife of the Imam al-Hassan Ibn Ali (peace be upon both of them), and the compassionate mother who nurtured her sons, including that valiant young man; al-Qassem whom she encouraged to support the Imam of his time al-Hussayn (peace be upon him). Al-Qassem, then did not reach 14 years old. His face was like a moon, when his uncle al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) looked at him, he hugged him and cried until he fallen. Then he asked him for permission to fight, which the Imam gave him after he stressed out and after showing him the will of his father, Imam al-Hassan (peace be upon him) to support him.
So, al-Qassem son of al-Hassan (peace be upon them), despite his young age, emerged and fought like a hero. Ramla (may God be pleased with her) was watching these tragic scenes from behind the tent, until her beloved son al-Qassem was brought to her, after that his body was tore by the swords and spears, while she was dreaming to see him a groom in his wedding, she saw his pure blood being his Henna on his martyrdom.
After the martyrdom, she was in the convoy of captivity leaving in Karbala, her beloved son al-Qassem on the sand of at-Taf beside the holy bodies of his uncle al-Hussayn, his cousins, his family and the best righteous companions.