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Famous Egyptian newspaper highlights biography, lofty status of Sayyeda Zeinab

On the occasion of the reopening of Sayyeda Zeinab Mosque in Cairo, the famous Egyptian daily newspaper “Al-Ahram” has published a report praising the roles Sayyeda Zainab, the daughter of Ali ibn Abi Talib, peace be upon them, had played during and after her life.

In its report received by Shia Waves Agency, the Egyptian newspaper said that “this long-awaited reopening after years of restoration and development work aims to revive the heritage of the granddaughter of the Prophet Muhammad, Sayyeda Zainab, peace be upon them.”

Al-Ahram added that “this achievement is part of an initiative to develop mosques and shrines of the Ahlulbayt, peace be upon them, which also included the reopening of the mosques of Imam Hussein and Sayyeda Nafisa recently.”

The author of the report Nevine El-Arif affirmed that “the mosque and shrine of Sayyeda Zainab, peace be upon her, are always crowded with visitors, worshippers, or those seeking spiritual peace.”

El-Arif explained: “After Sayyeda Zainab arrived in Egypt following the tragedy of Karbala in 680 AD, Egyptians welcomed her and bestowed upon her several titles such as ‘The Pure’ and “The ‘Mother of Miracles’.”

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