Over 3,700 people visit Southern Mazar shrines in July  

A total of 3,739 people visited the tombs of Prophet Mohammad's companions in the Southern Mazar in July from Jordan and Arab countries, the Jordan News Agency, Petra, reported.

Mohammad Sarairah, the supervisor of the shrines, said on Monday that 2,064 of the visitors came from Muslim countries, 904 visitors were Arab and 771 were Jordanians. The shrines house the tombs of Jafar Bin Abi Taleb, Zaid Bin Haretha and Abdullah Bin Rawaha.

- Jordan Times

 
 
 
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