عنوان مقاله [English]
Fatimids (297-567) from the same year entered Egypt in the year 362 to pay special attention to various religious and ethnic rituals. In the meantime, Shiite religions, especially the Ghadir and Ghazareh festivals of Ashura, have become especially important as they relate to the identity of the Shiite Fatimid government and the legitimacy of this government's claim to the Abbasid. According to information sources, the festival of Eid al-Ghadir was held every year in Egypt's Fatimid. Competition with the official sanctions of the Abbasids, the strengthening of the Shi'ite Fatimid identity and the legitimacy of the Ismaili government, as well as attempts to change the behavior of the Egyptian people as an introduction to their transformation of their values and beliefs, made Ghadiriyah a major contribution to the upcoming Ghadir celebration. The festival has never been the same for magnificence, exuberance, and expanse during the two centuries, and has been subject to significant changes and changes consistently with the cultural policy of the Fatimid government. The ceremony was initially simple and extensive, but after the establishment of the Fatimid government in Egypt, there were great changes. As the major scholars have reported on this magnificent celebration that was held over a decade and reported carnival of joy along with Shi'i symbols. The launch of Imam Khomeini's massive Imam Khomeini, during this period, was very effective at the celebration of Ghadir in the dissemination of Shiite culture.