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Bombing at Heritage Shrine of Lal Shabaz Qalandar

Baqee organization strongly condemns the bombing of heritage Shrine of Lal Shabaz Qalandar in Sindh, Pakistan. This heinous crime was yet another barbaric act of Wahhabi terrorism at the hands of ISIS. This terror group has roots in Saudi Arabia as they are the staunch followers of wahhabism. Radical Wahhabi ideology has been responsible for destroying world’s religious & cultural heritage sites one sacred shrine at a time, as well as murdering and maiming thousands of Muslims across the globe. Lal Shabaz Qalandar is a personality that is revered by all sects of Islam, including Shi’a, Sufi and Sunni....

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United Nations Special Report

The cradle of Islamic heritage, relics and shrines lies in the valleys of several middle-eastern countries. The United Nations General Assembly released on February, 2016 a Communications report of Special Procedures. One of the communication is from OFFICE OF THE HIGH COMMISSIONER FOR HUMAN RIGHTS as a special report on “destruction of various Mosques and sites of religious, historical and cultural importance in Saudi Arabia.” Attached PDF is a copy of that as well as you may find by clicking this link. READ THE UNITED NATIONS ARTICLE The systematic destruction of all important historical religious and cultural important sites particularly...

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Karbala

Karbala is a city in Iraq, located about 100 km (60 mi) southwest of Baghdad at 32.61°N, 44.08°E. In the time of Imam Husayn ibn Ali A.S.’s life, the place was also known as al-Ghadiriyah, Naynawa, and Shathi’ul-Furaat. At the centre of the old city is the Masjid al-Husayn A.S., the tomb of Imam Husayn ibn ‘Ali A.S., grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) by his daughter Bibi Fatima tuz-Zahra (S.A.) and ‘Imam Ali ibn Abu Talib (A.S.). The Al-‘Abbas Mosque or Masjid al-‘Abbas A.S., the tomb of‘Hazrath Abbas ibn ‘Ali A.S. is located across the Imam Husayn A.S....

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Samarra

Al ‘Askari Mosque or the ‘Askariyya Mosque/Shrine located in the Iraqi city of Samarra 125 km (78 mi) from Baghdad. The remains of the 10th and 11th Imams, IMAM Ali Naqi A.S. and his son IMAM Hasan Askari A.S., known as: al-‘Askariyyain (“the two ‘Askaris”), rest at the shrine. Also buried within the Mosque are: Hakimah Khatun, sister of ‘Imam Ali Naqi A.S. and Narjis Khatun, the mother of 12th Imam Mu?ammad al-Mahdi A.S.. Adjacent to this shrine is another mosque, built over the location where the 12th Imam, Mu?ammad al-Mahdi A.S. first entered the Minor Occultation.The ‘Askariyya Shrine...

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Najaf

Amir-ol Mo’minin Al- Imam Ali ibne Abi Talib A.S. Holy Shrine, also known as Masjid Ali or the Mosque of Ali, is a mosque located in Najaf, Iraq. Our sixth imam, Imam Ja‘far as-Sadiq A.S., says that we have five definitive holy places that we respect very much. The first is Makkah, which belongs to God. The second is Madinah, which belongs to the Holy Prophet Hazrath Muhammad Mustafa SAWW, the messenger of God. The third belongs to our first Imam of Shia, Amir-ol Mo’minin Al- Imam Ali ibne Abi Talib A.S., which is in Najaf. The fourth belongs...

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