The Karbala citizens Exiled to Hanjam Island in 1919 AD

Abstract

AbstractBritish occupation of Iraq in the late 1914 resulted in manypositive and negative reactions .Among its people , there wereso many who are qualified enough to react suitably againstthe transgression on the land and dignity. Consequently, the Islamic societies in the holy cities initiated opposingmobilization and counteraction against the British occupationas the existence and availability of the Islamic society in Karbalahad the echo and impact in the resistance movement whichcaused a violent reaction directed by the occupants and itadopted different ways among which was the displacing ofits leaders and exceling them so as to leave them withoutleaders. Hanjam island was one place of exile and the citizensof Karbala were among those exiled to it in view of theirhonorable attitude against the occupants. Therefore, this isthe title of the paper , The Karbala citizens Exiled to HanjamIsland' has been specified in harmony with what has been justsaid. May Allah , the Most High , bless!

Keywords

Abstract British occupation of Iraq in the late 1914 resulted in many positive and negative reactions .Among its people, there were so many who are qualified enough to react suitably against the transgression on the land and dignity. Consequently, the Islamic societies in the holy cities initiated opposing mobilization and counteraction against the British occupation as the existence and availability of the Islamic society in Karbala had the echo and impact in the resistance movement which caused a violent reaction directed by the occupants and it adopted different ways among which was the displacing of its leaders and exceling them so as to leave them without leaders. Hanjam island was one place of exile and the citizens of Karbala were among those exiled to it in view of their honorable attitude against the occupants. Therefore, this is the title of the paper, The Karbala citizens Exiled to Hanjam Island' has been specified in harmony with what has been just said. May Allah, the Most High, bless!