IQNA

14:13 - January 18, 2022
News ID: 3477430
TEHRAN (IQNA) – The chief custodian of Astan Quds Razavi has sent congratulatory messages for the appointment of custodians in Iraqi holy shrines.

 

Hojat-ol-Islam Ahmad Marvi has congratulated Haj Hassan Rashid al-Ebaeji and Seyyed Mostafa Morteza Abood Al Ziaeddin in two separate messages on their appointments as the custodians of Imam Hussein and Hazrat Abbas holy shrines respectively. The texts of the messages read:

 

“Your Excellency, Haj Hassan Rashid al-Ebaeji,

It gives me the honor and pleasure to extend to Your Excellency my sincere congratulations and warmest wishes on your appointment as the custodian of Imam Hussein holy shrine.

The holy shrine of Imam Hussein has been a safe haven for all the true believers of the holy Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) and his impeccable household. It behooves you now to express gratitude to the God Almighty for bestowing upon you the blessing of serving Muslim pilgrims to the holy shrine.

Astan Quds Razavi wishes you much success in your new post and looks forward to the pleasure of cooperation in exchange of cultural, scientific, economic, and construction experience in order to further develop the holy shrines of Imam Reza and Imam Hussein.

With my kindest regards and very best wishes.”

 

“Your Excellency, Mr. Seyyed Mostafa Morteza Abood Al Ziaeddin,

I would like to offer you my most sincere congratulations upon your assumption of new responsibilities as the custodian of Hazrat Abbas holy shrine.

Serving the pilgrims and true believers in the holy shrines of the Impeccable Imams (AS) is great blessing one should be thankful to God for. This is an invaluable opportunity to disseminate Islamic and Quranic teachings, to facilitate pilgrimage, and to provide decent services.

Astan Quds Razavi wishes you much success in the new capacity and looks forward to working with you to exchange cultural, scientific, economic, and construction experience in order to further develop the holy shrines of Imam Reza (AS) and Hazrat Abbas (AS).

With my kindest regards and very best wishes.”

 

Source: Astan Quds Razavi

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