Kermanshah (IP) – Khosravi border crossing in Kermanshah Province, western Iran, was reopened for pilgrims going to Karbala in Iraq during the Arbaeen March.

Iran PressIran news: The border cross was reopened with the head of Iran's Red Crescent Society and the first group of Iranian pilgrims proceeding to Al-Atabat Al-Aliyat, Iraq.

Due to the equipped Khosravi border crossing, thousands of pilgrims can enter Iraq from this point every day.

Arbaeen is the 40th day after the martyrdom anniversary of the third Imam of the world's Shia Muslims and his faithful companions in the desert of Karbala.

Muslims around the world march on this day to commemorate Arbaeen.


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