Ibn Nubata al-Khatib and His Sermon Related to the Martyrdom of Hossain
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One of the prolocutors that his name was eulogized in the history of Arabic Literature is Ibn Nubata. Ibn Nubata who was born in Silvan (Meyyaffirigin/Fariqin), which is now a district of Diyarbakir, in 336/946 was under the care of Hamdani's Amir Sayf al-Dawla Ibn Hamdan (d. 356/967), and he had a preaching duty in the palace. Ibn Nubata who took the reputation of rightful one with the sermons that he negotiated in Silvan and Aleppo has a review of sermons which has come to today. Ibn Nubata death in Silvan in 374/984. Some sources state that he death in Aleppo. The sermon on Hossain's martyrdom that Ibn Nubata negotiated in the second Friday of the month of Muharrem is important. Ibn Nubata expresses his sadness in that sermon, and equally emphasizes the need for Muslims to feel sorry for it.