Shiite muslims march to the Holy City of Karbala : Stock Photo
Shiite muslims march to the Holy City of Karbala : Stock Photo

Shiite muslims march to the Holy City of Karbala

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KARBALA, IRAQ - 2003: Grieving for the death of Imam Hussein, a grandson of the Prophet Muhammad (10/10/680AD). Following the fall of Saddam Hussein's regime, an estimated 2 million Shiites Muslims marched to the Holy City of Karbala in Iraq on Tuesday April, 23 exercising their new-found religious freedom, in a pilgrimage banned by Saddam Hussein's regime since 1977.

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