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Tasu'a processions across Pakistan amid tight security

by www.irna.ir

slamabad, Oct 11, IRNA - The huge mourning processions to commemorate events of Karbala and martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on 9th of Muharram, calld Tasu'a, were taken out in various cities across Pakistan amid tight security.


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