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32 Shiites from Netherlands and Germany Visited Razavi Shrine

32 Shiites from Netherlands and Germany Visited Razavi Shrine

head of the youth and students office of Ahl al-Bayt World Assembly stated, "This group of Shittes and elite students living in Netherlands and Germany who had come to Iran for having a cultural trip visited Razavi Holy Shrine, its Qur'an museum and central library.

Referring to this visitation as the first experience for many members of this group, Seyyed Moslem Jazayeri added, "Pilgrimage, visitation, and enjoying the spiritual atmosphere of the religious places have got very good impacts on the youth's mind and spirit". 
He referred to the enemies' plot to destroy Islam and added, "Supporting Takfiries and ISIS members in Iraq and Syria, enemies are depicting a very coarse face of Islam and Muslims in the world. Therefore, holding programs to introduce and know Islam, getting Muslim youths familiar with the religious places, and the rich culture of Islam can decrease negative effect of their plots".
Boushranor Gulen, from Turkey, introduced Astan Quds Razavi's Qur'an museum as very effective and said, "Objects of this museum particularly holy Qur'ans attributed to the household of Apostle of God (A.S.) and also holy Qur'ans written on wood were very fascinating for me". 
Presence at the Razavi Shrine was recognized by him as a pleasant experience. He also added, "Coming to the pilgrimage of Imam Reza (A.S.) is a great success which God has given me in my life". 
Gulen referred to the Holy Shrine's vastness and architecture and stressed, "There are many mosques in Turkey with Islamic architecture; architecture of none of them, however, can be compared with that of Imam Reza's (A.S.) Holy Shrine". 
Seda Koubra Aykan, another member of the group, stated, "Existence of various museums at this holy place suggests that Imam Reza's (A.S.) Holy Shrine has got a very special attention toward the issue of Islamic history and art". 
Introducing this trip as his second visit to this holy place, he stressed, "Different programs provisioned for non-Iranian pilgrims and also very good behavior of the shrine's servant creates very good and memorable moments for the pilgrims". 
Saying that she has been living in Netherlands for eighteen years, she added, "Fortunately, number of Muslims in Netherlands is increasing. Shiites have got a good condition there and many of them wish to come to the pilgrimage of Imam Reza (A.S.)". 
It should be mentioned that this group was invited to the Razavi banquet hall after doing their pilgrimage.


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