Over 20 million pilgrims, mainly Shiite Muslims, descended on the Iraqi holy city of Karbala for Arbaeen, the fortieth day after Imam Hussein’s martyrdom.
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Shiite Muslims from all around the world have descended on the holy city of Karbala in Iraq for Arbaeen, the fortieth day after Imam Hussein’s martyrdom.
Many social media users in Iran have been sharing a message that criticizes the world’s ‘neutral outlets’ over their silence about the huge Muslim processions to mark the fortieth day after Imam Hussein’s martyrdom, known as Arbaeen.
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According to official statistics, nearly 2 million pilgrims have crossed Iran-Iraq border crossings to visit the Iraqi holy city of Karbala on Arbaeen, the fortieth day after Imam Hussein’s martyrdom.
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Defying terrorists, Muslims from many regional countries and beyond continue to descend on the holy city of Karbala in Iraq for the culmination of a 40-day mourning period for an infallible Shia imam.