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There are no words to describe the grandeur of the shrine of Imam Hussain a.s.. the spiritual connection that one feels and the recollection of the martyrdom at Karbala on the day of Ashura. It is believed that martyrs don't die.. one can feel the...More
When the spirit is filled with anxiety and dark vision in the middle of the day, when the birds stop singing, you only visit the tomb of Hussein (on him and his grandfather and his parents, peace and blessings be upon him)
one of the only place in the world where you are drawn in the pain and sufferings of history and sacrifice of Imam Husain and alaiyeibet. So much pain that reaps your heart apart. Must visit at least once in life time
My first visit was in 1988, not visit but visits, while I was working with Ministry of Defense, Iraq government, firstly one of our project was in Karbala among other three places - Baghdad & Msul. Secondly the immigration office was located at Karbala, for...More
Once you passed security gates outside the protected area, you can reach the mosque about 10 minutes away by foot.
We were invited to go inside by the mollahs; they even let us take some photos inside, which is very unusual. We were also invited...More
Walking for 5 minute from Imam hussain shrine reaching to Al jumhuriya street you will find Imam Husain Camp shrine . The shrine building has a famous name known as Khaima-gah .The site which is designed as a shrine does not contain any graves but...More