نوع مقاله : علمی _ ترویجی
عضو هیأت علمی دانشگاه اصفهان
عنوان مقاله [English]
There is no doubt that dealing with the personality of hazrat Zaynab does not mean that she was a typical of the first/seventh century women in the Muslim community, since she was only one and had no equal.
She was perfect in her intellect and insight and sublime in her faith and creed. Love, compassion, and affection were manifested in her like other women, but much greater and more profound. All such attributes were so moderate and proportionate in her personality and so interwoven with her words and conducts that she would rarely be questioned or denied. As the tortuous path and heavy responsibility awaited her in one of the most tense and troublesome eras of Islamic history, she left behind a combined manifestation of intellect, love, and ideology in the great tragedy of Āshūrā, in scenes where her presence was demanded, to be recorded in history.