Sunni scholars from England visit Imam Reza Holy Shrine

  Sunday, 23 June 2019
source: abna

Sixteen Sunni scholars from Englandís religious centers and institutes visit the Razavi holy shrine.
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): Sixteen Sunni scholars from Englandís religious centers and institutes visit the Razavi holy shrine.
The groupís head Hoj. Najm spoke to reporters on the sideline of scholarsí visit to the Razavi shrine.
Referring to the goals behind the visit, he said, visits of this kind are done with the intention of creating proximity among various Islamic sects and also emphasizing on Muslimsí common assets such as principles, the holy book, conduct, and household of Apostle of God (AS).
Noting that this is the fifth trip of English Sunni and Shia scholars to holy city of Mashhad, Najm stated, Sunni pilgrims have welcomed these trips very well, described them as great successes and expressed their willingness to come back once again with their families.
Many of the pilgrims wept and desired to have a second Razavi pilgrimage, Hoj Najm said.
Chief of Britainís organization of Sunni scholars Seyyed Ahmad Hossein Shah Termezi also said, ďThis is my third pilgrimage in Razavi shrine. My last visit turns back to 32 years ago and now that I am experiencing my third visit, I can see many unexplainable changes throughout Razavi complexĒ.
Shah Termezi added, Razavi holy shrine is the largest and most populated pilgrimage site after holy Mecca which is not comparable with other religious cities and all its development is admirable.
I want God to render health and longevity to the Leader of the Islamic Revolution and the custodian of Astan Quds Razavi and success to all Razavi servants and staff, he added.
The visit was conducted with full cooperation of Astan Quds Razaviís Management of Non-Iranian Pilgrimsí Affairs and the group was invited to the Razavi Banquet Hall following their visit to the complexís libraries and museums.


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