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A Journey of Martyrs to the South of Iran

Rahiyan-i-nūr

On a pleasant evening, there was an announcement in the sisters hostel which brought about a breath of joyfulness among the students, causing them to rush to sign their names to register for the Rāhiyān-i-nūr trip. This was an opportunity to travel to junūb, the south of the Iran which shared a border with Iraq, to witness the place of difā’-i-muqaddas (the “holy defence”).

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Pilgrimage to Karbala

Certain names bear a significance that far transcends the particular persons, places, or objects they denote.  A prime example of such a name—arguably, the most outstanding example—is Husayn.

Husayn is more than just the given name of the third imam of the Shia faith.

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