Although his paternal grandfather was a sayyid (Shiite religious scholar) and his maternal grandfather was the imam of a mosque, both fathers did not object to the marriage.Ahmed continued, “The Shiite tradition does not prohibit Shiites from marrying Sunnis and foreigners, so I maintain strong bonds with my uncles in Al-Sulaymaniyyah, and I have married my daughter to one of my Kurdish relatives.
Touring the different areas of Baghdad, I talked to 66-year-old Ahmed, who worked on the railways for 32 years.
His lineage is Shiites and goes back to Imam Musa Al-Kazim.
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