Also known as Burma, this South-East Asian country, with a population of around 60 million individuals, with an incredibly small Shia minority of approximately 20,000, is an emerging hub for Islamic Education.
Updated on 12 March 2018
We attended classes in the Haram. One of the things that touched me was to see how Ma'moon killed his brother Amin just because of greed for power. Ma'moon then went ahead and killed Imam Redha (a.s) so that he could monopolize power.
The lesson I got from all these inhumane behaviors of Ma'moon is that politics is not a good career if one does not have religious knowledge and fear of God.
After the classes, my fellow participants and I were privileged to get an invitation for lunch by Imam Redha (AS). It was a great honor; I felt that our Imam (AS) loved us all irrespective of our geographical or racial backgrounds.
In the evening, I became one of those who attended the huge congregation of believers reciting Dua Kumail at the main Courtyard of the Haram of Imam Redha (AS)
Written by: Husein Abdallah from BMM Kenya
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