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  • تاریخ انتشار:‌ 1395/10/14 - 12:00 ق.ظ
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43 American and Canadian Shias Visits Imam Reza (AS) Holy Shrine

43 American and Canadian Shias Visits Imam Reza (AS) Holy Shrine

43 American and Canadian Shias who are originally Pakistani and Indian visited Razavi Holy Shrine.

This group's members were from various American and Canadian cities and they had come to Mashhad to visit Imam Reza's (A.S.) Holy Shrine. These Shia pilgrims did their greatest effort to take a valuable spiritual achievement in this first visit to the Razavi Shrine.
On the sideline of this visitation, an American lawyer said, "This is my first visitation of the Razavi Holy Shrine and I have now a very great feeling of my presence over here".
Sareh Nadim went on, "Cultural and religious programs of the complex is really satisfying and all these programs can have a great and suitable effect on visitors and pilgrims".
Also, on the sideline of the same visitation, an American computer engineer stated, "Cultural affairs of the shrine have boosted a lot and it provides lots of people with an opportunity to promote their cultural understanding". 
Referring to her feeling about presence at this sacred place, Simin Zahra added, "This is my first travel to Mashhad and Holy Shrine of Imam Reza (A.S.) and now I regret as it was very good to visit and take the advantage of this illuminated and spiritual court sooner".
In continuation, a female teenager called Alliyeh Seyyed talked about special products of the management of non-Iranian pilgrims for the speakers of other languages and stated, "Most of the management's activities done for different age levels in various languages have created a situation within which many age levels including children and teenagers can take the advantage of this spiritual environment".
"Razavi pilgrimage brings a special kind of calmness and excitement for the pilgrims. Also, by visiting this holy court, teenagers and young people are directed toward the route of guidance and light", she went on.

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