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Imam Reza holy shrine

Canadian Muslim: “Imam Reza Holy Shrine is manifestation of Islamic history, culture”

SHAFAQNA – “Razavi Holy Shrine is the manifestation of Islamic history and culture and Shiites must be grateful to this magnanimous Imam” a Canadian Muslim said.

“Shabnam Senasra”, among a gathering of 22 non-Iranian Muslim pilgrims from Canada in the vicinity of the Razavi Holy Shrine said, “I am a Muslim teacher from Canada, I teach in elementary school and the chance for Samen al-Hujaj (A.S.) pilgrimage has been given to me for the first time”.

“In the few days that we have been in Mashhad, acknowledging the presence of this magnanimous Imam and recourse and resort to his sacred realm has given all members of our group strength and spiritual power” he stated, satisfied with services provided to the pilgrims in the illuminated Razavi Shrine.

“Imam Reza (A.S.) Shrine in terms of religious status has a special position and I have traveled to Mashhad as a lover of the household of the Apostle of God (S.A.W.) to visit this magnanimous Imam” the Canadian lady continued.

“Islamic art and architecture used in porticoes and courtyards of the of Imam Reza (A.S.) Shrine are noteworthy and impressive” the Canadian pilgrim said.

“Mashhad is a fine city for tourism and traveling, and historical sites and mosques of this city are very remarkable” he said, expressing satisfaction with the visit to Mashhad and pilgrimage of Imam Reza (A.S.) and also acknowledging the hospitality and affableness of Mashhad people.

“Four years ago, I had the chance to visit the Shrine of Imam Hussein (A.S.) and Hazrat-e Abbas (A.S.) and now I’m visiting Imam Reza (A.S.)” he stated.

“When returning to my country, I would tell about interesting places, history, architecture art and mirror work, porticoes and courtyards of the Shrine, as well as people cordial behavior to my relatives and acquaintances” he stated.

Sources – AQR

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