Tasu'a

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Tasu'a (Persian: تاسوعا‎, meaning "[The] Ninth Day") is the 9th day of Muharram and the day before Ashura . This day is devoted to Abbas ibn Ali because of his bravery as the great general of Hussein's army. Abbas symbolizes a figure of manliness, chivalry and loyalty in Shia culture.

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