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Pakistan: A Sufi Shrine in the US

Azad Forever has an original video on the first Sufi saint shrine in the US. “Some 40 miles from Philadelphia, among the rolling hills and tall trees of Chester County, is a Mazar (a shrine), the resting place of Muhammad Raheem Bawa Muhaiyaddeen the Sufi saint and founder of the Bawa Muhaiyaddeen Fellowship, who passed away in 1986. This original piece is a 2 part series that explores this Muslim shrine, the first in the United States.”

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