7 Things That Inspire me About Arbaeen | Fact Flicks | English

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Our condolences to all the believers, all across the world, wherever they are, upon the holy months of Muharram and Safar. And condolences on Arbaeen, the 40th day after the martyrdom of Imam Husayn (A). And this year, once again, millions of people will gather around the pivot of Imam Husayn (A) on the Day of Arbaeen, commemorating the 40th day after his martyrdom. Arbaeen! Arbaeen! Arbaeen! It\\\'s the largest annual commemoration that takes place in the whole world! Every single year! More than 45 million people! Different races, cultures, and creeds all united towards one goal! All of them walking towards Imam Husayn (A)! Well in this episode of \\\'Fact Flicks\\\' , Sister Huda is going to talk about \\\"7 Things That Inspire me About Arbaeen\\\" that just may inspire you as well, and she will even answer some questions along the way. What does Ziyarat Arbaeen mean? What can you expect along this inspiring walk? How long does it take? It\\\'s impossible to express the power of Arbaeen in this short video, but we\\\'ll try our best to convey as much as we can! So stay tuned to find out more about the auspicious occasion of Arbaeen and \\\"7 Things That Inspire me About Arbaeen\\\", which just may inspire you as well, in this episode of Fact Flicks - wherever you are! #IslamicPulse #FactFlicks #Muharram #Resistance #Karbala #Hero #Spirituality #Quran #Allah #AhlulBayt #ImamHusayn #Shahadat #Wilayate #Imamate #Ashura #Arbaeen #Martyrdom #Hussain #Husayn #Hussein #Sacrifice #Love #Devotion

Added by IslamicPulse on 11-09-2022
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