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Heavy flash floods sweep over vastparts ofIran | IranToday Great news ! , Trump fans ! Iran is experiencing devastating flooding ! MAGA Iran Devastating Flash Floods -Natural Disaster -Mrarch 30 2019 End Times flooding in Iran Devastated 25 out of 31districts Rouhani !:’it’s a blessing from God’ https://youtu.be/oKePLoyTobg Also one of Farsi Wahabi channels said because people of Iran are saying Ya Hussain & Ya Abbalfazl when face these floods & don’t say Ya Allah are committing shirk & anti regime channels the floods created by IRGC but some groups in Iraq ,Syria & Lebanon collected aids & money for cities that hinted by floods
(bismillah) (salam) Chahārshanbe-Sūri (Persian: åÇÑÔäÈå ÓæÑی, pronounced Chārshambe-Sūri) meaning Wednesday Feast, from the word sour which means feast in Persian  ,or more plausibly, consider sūr to be a variant of sorkh (red) and take it to refer either to the fire itself or to the ruddiness (sorkhī), meaning good health or ripeness, supposedly obtained by jumping over it , is an ancient Iranian festival dating back to at least 1700 BCE of the early Zoroastrian era. Also called the Festival of Fire, it is a prelude to Nowruz, which marks the arrival of spring. The words Chahar Shanbeh mean Wednesday and Suri means red. Bonfires are lit to "keep the sun alive" until early morning. The celebration usually starts in the evening, with people making bonfires in the streets and jumping over them singing zardi-ye man az to, sorkhi-ye to az man. The literal translation is, my sickly yellow paleness is yours, your fiery red color is mine. This is a purification rite. Loosely translated, this means you want the fire to take your paleness, sickness, and problems and in turn give you redness, warmth, and energy. There are Zoroastrian religious significance attached to Chaharshanbeh Soori and it serves as a cultural festival for Iranian people: Persian Jews, Persian Muslims, Persian Armenians, Kurds, and Zoroastrians. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaharshanbe_Suri http://www.google.com/hostednews/afp/article/ALeqM5hTyfv6X3ayZBWH7znLh-VPCpvDIA Why do Iranians (and others) still continue with this pagan custom?
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