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9 hours ago, Hameedeh said:

For those who have been to Karbala, they have been truly blessed. :cry: 


1 hour ago, M.IB said:

I wish to go to Karbala and Najaf and Hajj, although I have been to Imam Rida [as] shrine at Mashhad, :cry: 

Insha-Allah, you both will go to Iraq for visiting holy shrines, I pray from heart. 

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I will remember the a'amaal performed at masjid e kufa, specially the manajaat of Amiril Momineen (a.s).

All those who never been there, when planning to visit Iraq, I suggest all of those to see the translation of all ziaraat and the a'amaal which you will perform in masjid e kufa, masjid e sahla etc.

May Almighty grants you toufeeq to visit the holy shrines at najaf & karbala. 

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To all the brothers and sisters who haven't got the opportunity to visit Holy Shrines, believe me, it's all about our niyyah and jazbah (intention and passion) to go there. Money matters the least. I have seen poor going on ziyarat each year while some wealthy folks are yet to make a single trip. 

Yearn for it. Take a step ahead. 

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1 hour ago, MuslimahAK said:

I have never been, but one day my daughter wants to go with me to Karbala and also to visit Bibi Sakinah. She is a big lover of Bibi Sakinah and Zainab (a.s.)

I would like in the future when my health isn't so poor. 

Buy some zem zem water and wear a Yaqoot ring. Inshallah may you feel better from it.

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