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Why do the Shia remember Imam Hussain every year?
 Why do the Shia remember Imam Hussain every year?

What are the reasons for the Shia to cry and lament Imam Hussain every year even though the event of Ashura in Karbala took place over 1300 years ago.

 

 

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