Iran celebrates Shia Muslims’ biggest festivity of Eid al-Ghadir

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Being an occasion for celebration, Eid al-Ghadir is viewed by Muslims as a chance to learn more about Imam Ali and the reason as to why he was named by the Prophet as the first Imam.

In the capital Tehran, people have held a 10-kilometer celebration along the city’s longest street to pay homage to Imam Ali, his sacred household and their faithful devotees.






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