The Ashura incident illustrates how Imam Hussein was martyred; he is the third in the line of twelve Imams for Shia Muslims. Ashura was a very important event that happened shortly after the Prophet Mohammad's life and became a symbol of epic and courage for the Shia Muslims. Expressing Ashura philosophy and protecting it against distortions and superstitions is the main concern of the Shiite elders. Most of the Shiite community's movements come from the Ashura social movement, of course this modeling does not just lead to the Shiite world and Islam, Indian Revolutionary Leader Mahatma Gandhi also describes Imam Hussein as his own campaign pattern. Ashura has played a very important role in identifying the Muslim world, especially the Shiites. According to the Shiites, Ashura Movement reaches to its peak by Imam Hussain's move from Mecca to Medina and then Karbala. He refused to accept the conditions of the oppressive rulers and believed that servitude was only for God. Rising against oppression to rid people of worship oppressors. Modeling the Roman Empire Umayyad rulers sought a royal Islam. Suffered the most difficult calamities and hardships and did not succumb to the pressures, this was the way Imam Hussein selected, in fact he Choose to die proudly against living with Humiliation. For the followers Imam Hussein is a symbol of freedom and courage and every year they mourn for his testimony, this ceremony is known as one of the biggest Shiite religious events.