Reverend hails Imam Ali shrine as hub of religious tolerance
A multinational delegation of Christian religious leaders visited the holy shrine of Imam Ali (AS), first Shia Imam in the Iraqi city of Najaf praising the holy site as a hub to eliminate sectarianism.
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The delegation included pastor of the Christian Evangelical Union churches in Iraq, Reverend Sameh Morris, pastor of Qasr al-Dubarah Church in Egypt and also a number of representatives from America's SRG organization.
Expressing happiness over visiting the Islamic holy site, the leader of the Christian delegation said," The holy shrine of Imam Ali and Najaf count for a hub of tolerance and prevention of sectarianism and ethnicism."
He highlighted the key role of Najaf for scientific and cultural exchange and also proximity of religious views.
The Christian delegation was warmly welcomed by a number of executives from the holy shrine of Imam Ali (AS).