Imam Ali TV is a channel broadcast online free from Iraq TV channels
Al-Rawdah Al-Haydariyah or the shrine of Imam Ali or Hazrat Ali is a religious shrine located in the city of Najaf in Iraq, where many sources - most of which belong to Shiite Muslim historians - say that it was built on the tomb of Ali bin Abi Talib, the fourth who assumed the caliphate of Muslims after the Prophet Muhammad, and the first imams Shiites, followed by Rawda Al-Haidariah Library, which includes many valuables and archaeological manuscripts.
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