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Concurrent with the Unity week;  A Group of Australian Shias Visited Razavi Shrine

Concurrent with the Unity week; A Group of Australian Shias Visited Razavi Shrine

Fifty Shia Muslims from Australia and New Zeland visited Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.) during the Unity week and auspicious birth anniversaries of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and Imam Sadeq (A.S.).

Head of this caravan stated, "Attending Razavi Holy Shrine, this group of pilgrims enjoyed some special programs provisioned by non-Iranian pilgrims' office. Thanks to the endeavors of Osra institution, the group had come to Mashhad to participate in a short term course of Islamic injunctions".
Seyyed Hasan Sadr said, "Attending room No. 23of Razavi Shrine's western gate, this group of Shia Muslims enjoyed Hujjat al-Islam wa al-Muslimin Soleimani's lecture on the importance of Imam Reza (A.S.) pilgrimage and salient features of Prophet Muhammad's (S.A.W.) life".
Introducing this visitation as the first experience for many of the young people of the caravan, he added, "Each of these young Muslims is a preacher of Islam in his own country, so presence of these people at the Razavi Holy Shrine will be a very good help for the propagation of Islam".
Noting that her first pilgrimage at the Razavi Holy Shrine turns back to 2013, Shafiqeh Mousavi, one members of the group, added, "I am very happy because Allah has provided me the opportunity of pilgrimage in Razavi Shrine during these auspicious birthdays of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) and Imam Sadeq (A.S.)".
She reiterated, "When I was coming to Mashhad, I was wondering what good job I have done that made Imam Reza (A.S.) to invite me once more".
"I had a lot of desires before arriving here. However, a very special kind of calmness came over me and I forgot all of them as soon as I saw the Razavi golden dome", Mousavi added.
Australian pilgrim of the Razavi Holy Shrine stressed, "Razavi servants have got a very good behavior toward Holy Shrine's pilgrims and this kind of respectful behavior can be found in no other shrine".
Referring to various programs of office of non-Iranian pilgrims such as Islamic injunctions classes and visitation of central museum, she added, "Thanks to the great efforts of this office, we became guests of Razavi banquet hall".
It should be mentioned that Razavi Shrine's office of non-Iranian pilgrims provided this group of pilgrims with a cultural package in English including Holy Qur'an and Nahj al-Balagha.  

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