Imam Reza (AS) Mosque to Open in New Zealand Reviewed by Momizat on . Concurrent with Keramat Ten-day Festival, Imam Reza (AS) Mosque will be opened in New Zealand, international deputy of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly announced Concurrent with Keramat Ten-day Festival, Imam Reza (AS) Mosque will be opened in New Zealand, international deputy of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly announced Rating:
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Imam Reza (AS) Mosque to Open in New Zealand

Imam Reza (AS) Mosque to Open in New Zealand
Concurrent with Keramat Ten-day Festival, Imam Reza (AS) Mosque will be opened in New Zealand, international deputy of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly announced.

Imam Reza (AS) Mosque to Open in New Zealand
(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) – According to the International Affairs Section of Imam Reza (AS) Cultural Art International Foundation, Hojat-ol-Islam Mohammad Salar said that the mosque will be opened on a 1771 square-meter site.

Construction of the mosque with a library and Imam Reza (AS) Islamic Center in Oakland city has cost about $ 1.5 million.

He added that the mosque is considered as a source of honor for Shia Muslims in the continent. The construction project of the mosque was sponsored by Fereydun Salehi.

The project was completed in cooperation with Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly and the Representative Office of the Supreme Leader in this country.

Salar noted that the assembly has started the same projects in Cameron and Uganda and dola city in Cameron will also host an Imam Reza (AS) Mosque in the near future.

Head of the section for publication, translation and distribution of the works of the international council of Imam Reza (AS) International festival further added that a translation of Sahifa Razaviyyah into three different languages will be published in the decade.

Ordered by the secretariat of the festival, the book was translated to English in Cameron, to Turkish in Istanbul, to Urdu in Pakistan and to The Russian language in Moscow.

The three translations of the book in English, Turkish and Urdu have been published in 1500 copies and are ready to be distributed. The Russian copy will be published after the 11th edition of the festival.

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