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Salam everyone, Shrines and holy sites in Iraq and Iran have been closed down due to fears surrounding outbreak of corona virus. The previously crowded shrines of Imams(عليه السلام) are now getting very few visitors, and not just the shrines places like Masjid e Sahlah in Kufa which is said to be the future home of twelfth Imam(عليه السلام) is almost deserted these days. The number of visitors to Masjid ul Haram in Makkah has also dropped significantly. Two things come to my mind. 1. We have narrations telling us to never give up visiting the Imams(عليه السلام) even if i
Salaam alaykum everyone! I went to a Shia mosque for the first time recently and I have some questions about something in it. I have no idea what to call it, but there was an area of the mosque with multiple structures. These things each had a green cloth draped over some kind of understructure, and on top was a metal sheet with writing. I can't read Arabic calligraphy well, but I think they may have each had one of the masumeen on them. One woman went by and made some reverential gestures. Another put food in the front of this area and after the service we ate it. So...what is
Salamu alaykum to everyone, I am inshallah going for ziyarah in Iraq later this year, does anyone know of a good comprehensive ziyarah, a'amaals, ettiquette of ziyarah book, I would need it to have the english translation, the arabic in the english alphabet(transliteration), and the arabic in the original script. Usually I use a smaller shortened version of mafatih al jinan and a couple of other books, or I go online to duas.org or al-Islam.org, but clearly this wouldn't be possible whilst actually going to ziyarah in Iraq. Even if it's a big heavy book then I don't mind carrying it around wi
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