Three Lebanese couples and a couple from Madagascar have gotten married at the Razavi Shrine.
The non-Iranian pilgrims’ affairs of Astan Quds Razavi was in charge of the ceremonies held at the shrine of Imam Reza (AS).
Ethram Moses, a 30-year-old young man from Madagascar, who succeeded to visit the holy Razavi shrine for the second time, said: "As a boy I grew up with devotion to Imam Reza (AS), and his love was always in my heart, and I wished to go to his shrine with my wife one day, but I never thought that our marriage would take place in this holy shrine.”
He continued: “with the passion of Imam Reza (AS) pilgrimage and dedication to him, we traveled a long distance to spend a few days here and start our life together near his holy shrine.”
Moses, who hopes to become a student and a missionary of Imam Reza (AS) and Ahlul-Bayt (AS), added: "We consider the path and manner of Imams’ lives as a model for our lives and today, this blessing has been given to us, and we hope it is given to other young people as well.”
Hassan Mahmoud from Lebanon, who for the first time was in the courtyard of the Razavi shrine, expressed his happiness and wished happiness for other young people, saying: “the greatest gift we received today from Imam Reza (AS) was that the bond of our common life was blessed in his name and God willing this blessing will last forever.”
"We asked God to give us righteous children and prayed for our leader, Seyed Hassan Nasrallah and for the near victory of Hezbollah resistance," he added.
At the end of the ceremony, the non-Iranian pilgrims’ affairs of Astan Quds Razavi gave special gifts to congratulate the young couples