Sacred Time: Religious Observances Around the World
Ashura is a voluntary day of fasting observed on the tenth day of Muharram. While the day is marked by many Muslims, it is a major religious commemoration for Shia muslims. The day consists of rituals and plays reenacting the martyrdom of Hussein, with men and women chanting and parading the streets dressed in black.
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