News ID: 385310
Publish Date: 08 January 2018 - 14:37
Two hundred members of families of martyr defenders of Holy Shrines visited Imam Reza Holy Shrine and were welcomed by Astan Quds Razavi’s servants.
A group of 200 people who had come to visit illuminated shrine of Hazrat Ali Ibn Musa al-Reza (PBUH) enjoyed cultural programs provisioned by management of non-Iranian pilgrims of Astan Quds Razavi in Ghadir Portico.

On the sideline of this ceremony, Khaled Sabr, son of an Iraqi martyr, said, "Visiting graves and going to the pilgrimage of the household of the Apostle of God (S) have a great impact on the mankind. There is no sign of Abusufyan and followers of Yazid today”. He also said, "Fortunately, Shia Muslims have had special attention to the construction and development of infallible Imams’ Holy Shrines”.

He added, "Razavi pilgrimage is a dream for all people since this pilgrimage refreshes human soul and make us to believe that devoted friends of Allah are alive”. He also said, "The experience of these pilgrimages would definitely valuable”.

"When come to visit these sacred places, all of us, because of the need we feel, receive more spirituality and therefore a more consolidated contact is shaped between us and infallible Imams”, Khaled Sabr said.

Coming to the pilgrimage of Imam Reza was introduced by him as one of the dreams of his martyr father and added, "I award the reward (Sawab) of this trip to my father’s soul and I hop all martyrs’ soul be accompanied by these great humans”.

Saying that this is her first pilgrimage in Razavi Holy Shrine, Zeinab Sallem, daughter of a martyr defender of Holy Shrine, reiterated, "Attending Razavi Holy Shrine and seeing its golden dome and holy chamber, I had an unexplainable feeling and I hope those who have the dream of being here reach to their desire”.

He said, "Families of martyrs have had lots of difficult experiences and they have also tolerated many emotional pressures. However, I believe that whatever is done for the sake of God will receive more reward to the extent of its hardship”. 

He introduced resistance as her dream and added, "Upon my entrance to the Razavi complex, I wanted the Imam to be my intercessor on the Day of Judgment and give me patience and tolerance ability toward problems”.

It is worth mentioning that management of non-Iranian pilgrims of Astan Quds Razavi has provisioned a variety of programs for these people including showing film, holding Islamic injunctions sessions, religious lecture, holding contests, and offering gifts and cultural programs”.
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