There is a couplet in this very popularly recited manqabat/salaam - "jin ko dhoke se kufa bulaya gaya". The imam of my mosque always reprimands those who recite it thus, and advises that it would be better to recite it as "jin ko Makke se Kufa bulaya gaya". He cites the hadith which says that a mumin is never deceived (so how could the prince of believer be deceived?). And hadn't Imam Husain (radiAllahu anhu) been foretold about the events of Karbala by his beloved grandfather (Salallahu Alayhi wa Aalihi Wasallam) and his father (radiAllahu anhu)? Betrayers of kufa were guilty of deceit, but Imam Husain knew what was fore-ordained.