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Ne kadar güzel.. Ben Zehra.. Iraklıyım, İsveçten.

Ben Türkiye'yi ve Azerbaycan'ı gerçekten çok seviyorum.

Yani Memnun oldum Azeriler ve Türkler.. Çok sevindim çünkü sizi burda buldum. :)

Edited by Sekerleme

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Salam olsun İmam Məhdi(əc) ağamızın Azərbaycandakı nökərlərinə! Həqiqətən çox sevindim! İ'm proud of you,my dear friends.We need to make a brotherhood among us and to make contacts with shias from other countries. Because of that we should learn foreign languages as English and get more information about Shia. Most of shias speak in these languages; 1.Farsi 2.Arabic 3. Turkish/Azeri 4. Urdu /Hindi . Some marja'as are Azeri,too.- Ayatollah Lankarani, Khamenei, Tabrizi ... In Baku, there are 3 Holy Shrine of Imam Musa Al-Kazeem/a.s/ 's daughters- Hazrate Bibi Hakima (in Bibiheibat,Baku), Hazrate Leila /sa/ (Bilgah,Baku), Hazrate Raheema /sa./ (Nardaran,Baku).We are proud that our Imam /as/ has sent His daughters to live in Baku.

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