Muslims in Islamic and non-Islamic countries mark martyrdom anniversary
Holy shrines in Iraq, Syria, and Iran in addition to mosques, Husseiniyahs, and Islamic Centers in Islamic and non-Islamic countries are marking the martyrdom anniversary of Lady Fatima al-Zehra, peace be upon her.
The lovers of Ahlulbait, peace be upon them, are holding mourning memorial ceremonies that include religious sermons revealing the unfairness the Imam, peace be upon him, was exposed to.
The honorable house of the Grand Jurist, Ayatollah Seyyed Sadiq al-Husseini al-Shirazi, in the holy city of Qom also marked the tragic event through a mourning ceremony attended by the grand Jurist, may Allah prolong his life, and a number of scholars, seminary students, and large crowds of Ahlulbait followers.
Black-clad mourners from various social classes and age groups came together to perform mourning rituals over the sorrowful occasion.
Ritualistic processions have also begun their mourning rituals in the holy Land of Karbala, condoling the master of Martyrs, Imam Hussein, and his loyal brother, Abu al-Fadhil al-Abbas, peace be upon them.