Iranian President sent a message to the Iraqi President and Prime Minister to appreciate efforts of the country in holding this year’s Arbaeen pilgrimage.
Iranian Defence Minister Brigadier General Amir Hatami expressed gratitude to the Iraqi government for ensuring the security of millions of pilgrims during the Arbaeen trek.
Iran's First Vice President, Es'haq Jahangiri, in a phone conversation with Iraqi Prime Minister Adil Abdul-Mahdi said Arbaeen represents a show of power, strength, and unity in the Islamic World.
Mashhad (IP): Iranian worshippers in the holy city of Mashhad, participated in the mourning processions along with pilgrims from Turkey, Iraq, Pakistan, and Afghanistan on the day of Arbaeen.
Millions of Hosseini Mourners on the day of Arbaeen from North to South and West to the East of Iran take to streets to mark Arbaeen.
Over 20 million pilgrims from around the world, including a record number of Iranians, have entered the holy Iraqi city of Karbala for observe Arbaeen rituals.
Millions of Muslim pilgrims are converging on the Iraqi city of Karbala, and they pass through the Salam Bridge as they entre the city.
Karbala (IP) - Millions of pilgrims, including a record number of Iranians, have entered the holy Iraqi city of Karbala on the night before Arba'een to commemorate the 40th day after the martyrdom anniversary of Imam Hussein, the third Shia Imam.
Karbala (IP) - Hundreds of Kenyan and African mourners on Friday took part in mourning ceremonies and processions for the Chief of Martyrs, Imam Hussein (peace be upon him), as well as his family and loyal companions, in the Iraqi city of Karbala.
Huge crowds of Arbaeen mourners will march all across Iran on Saturday on the Day of Arbaeen, which marks 40 days after Ashura, the martyrdom anniversary of the Chief of Martyrs, Imam Hussein (peace be upon him).