Tehran (IP)- Iran's judiciary Chief Ebrahim Raeisi condemned the attack on Imam Hussein’s mourners in Nigeria on Ashura day, calling it contrary to freedom of religion.
Yesterday, on the tenth day of Muharram(Ashura), a group of women from the Republic of Azerbaijan mourned in the streets of Baku.
Isfahan (IP) - The night of Ashura in Iran also called Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning 'the night of oppressed', was held across Isfahan on Sunday night.
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Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al Kazemi attended Ashura night ritual at Ammar al-Hakim office.
Yazd (IP) - The night of Ashura in Iran also called Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning 'the night of oppressed', was held across Yazd province on Sunday night.
Shiraz (IP) - The night of Ashura ceremony, called 'Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning “the night of oppressed” was held in the shrine of Ahmad Ibn Musa (AS), known as 'Shah Cheragh' in Shiraz, the capital of Fars province, southern Iran.
At least 40 Kashmiris were injured in an attack by Indian police to Hosseini mourners in Kashmir.
Mashhad (IP) - The mourning ceremony of “Sham-e-Ghariban”, an event marked on the eleventh night of Muharram following the day of Ashura, the martyrdom anniversary of Shiite third imam, Hussein ibn Ali (AS), was held on Sunday evening 30 August in Iran's northeastern city of Mashhad.
Tehran (IP) - Iran's President appreciated the Iranians for their order and observing the health protocols in holding mourning ceremonies for Imam Hussain (AS).