The lyrics also note that Hizbullah's members are "lovers of martyrdom," (a martyr, singular, is a "shaheed") linking them to the legacy of Husayn and his followers, who are seen by Shi'is and many Sunnis as those who sacrificed themselves standing up against oppression. The lyrics also link prominent Hizbullah martyrs (to the party), such as 'Abbas al-Musawi and Ragheb Harb, to the martyrs of Karbala in 680 C.E. The style and melody of the nasheed are typical of 'Ashura anasheed (plural of nasheed), most of which are not political.
Watch the nasheed video.
See the first 'Ashura post HERE.