Aug 02, 2022
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Karbala incident were constantly recreated and mourned by the masses, evoking the intense collective emotion and sense of identity of Shia Muslims for generations. Ashura has since become an important festival carrying the collective painful memories of the Shia Muslim community, and it is of great significance in the history of Islam. Brooklyn_Museum_-_Battle_of_Kabala_-_Ab Photo Credit: Abbas Al-Musavi. "Battle of Karbala" The Battle of Festive Memories: The Memory and Dilemma of Shia Muslims in Malaysia If Ashura reveals to us how rituals shape and inherit historical memory, as well as the relationship between historical memory and group identity, then the phenomenon that. Ashura is almost “forgotten” in Malaysia, it is telemarketing list better to see It is a "war of memory" without any suspense. The author once wrote an article to discuss the current situation of religious freedom in Malaysia, and pointed out that the Malaysian government, through the power of official religious institutions, "nationalized" and "institutionalized" Islam, and suppressed "Shia" that did not conform to the official narrative as a heresy. The article specifically addresses the situation of last year, mentioning that there have been many incidents of official restrictions and suppression of. Shiite "heretics" in the past year alone. Therefore, under official pressure, it is probably impossible for Shiite Muslims in Malaysia to hold grand and public celebrations like in Iran, Iraq, Afghanistan, Bahrain and other places, but there are still sporadic and small celebrations on Ashura. The scale of the commemoration has made the festival and its memory not completely extinct. However, even small-scale memorials relegated to private spaces are still officially banned in the name of heretical activities.