3. Batn-er-Rumma: Imam sent a letter to Kufa w ith Qais bin Mashir, met Abdullah
bin Mutee w ho came from Iraq. When he heard of Imam's intention, he tried to
stop him. He said Kufans w ere not faithful and could not be trusted. But Imam
continued his journey.
4. Zurud: Imam met Zohair Ibne Qain. Zohair w as not among the follow ers of
Ahlulbait. But w hen Imam told him of the purpose of his journey Zohair gave all
his possesions to his w ife, told her to go home and said that he w ished to be
accouts for our sacrifices. Asadi Tribesmen tried to dissuade the Imam from his
journey but he persisted. Here Imam told his companions the new s of the death
of Muslim and Hani and that people in Kufa w ere not prepared to be their
helpers. Imam said, 'Those w ho w ant to depart leave now .' Hoards of various
tribesmen w ho had follow ed the Imam in the hope of collecting the booty
realised their false hopes and scattered to their ow n homes. Only 50 odd people
6. Batn-e-Aqeeq: Imam met a man from the Tribe of Akrama w ho told him that
Kufa w as no more a friendly tow n and w as now surrounded by Yazid's army. No
one could get in or out of the tow n. But the Imam carried on.
8. Sharaf: While the Imam w as passing from this place, one of his companions
shouted that he could see the approach of an army. Imam asked for a safe place,
preferably a mountain behind them. A guide took them to the nearest mountain.
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