A delegation from the Guidance and Support Committee of the Religious Affairs Department in the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine visited the Hadhar operations district, specifically the Ansar Marji'iyyah Brigade (Brigade 44 / Popular Mobilization), as part of a series of tours and visits made by the committee to the various operations districts to contribute to support the fighters morally and learn about their conditions.
Committee official Sheikh Haider Al-Aredhi explained to the al-Kafeel network the nature of this visit, saying: “The committee’s delegations are still continuing with unremitting and exceptional efforts in providing their support to the fighters of the Popular Mobilization Forces in various operations districts, within a time and spatial schedule prepared for this purpose, and included most of the operation districts, both at the time and after the fight against ISIS terrorist gangs. And today, the visit was to al-Hadhar operations district to meet with the force stationed in it from the Ansar Marji'iyyah Brigade, which fighters are still committed to the fatwa of the supreme religious authority."
He added, "The committee members had a meeting with the brigade leaders, and during the meeting we conveyed the greetings and prayers of the supreme religious authority to them, and we urged them to abide by his commandments in taking precautions and beware of the brutal ISIS enemy’s plots. We also conveyed the greetings and prayer of their brothers in the al-Abbas’s (p) holy shrine, in addition to providing them with logistical materials and blessing gifts from the shrine of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him)."
The fighters, in turn, extended their thanks and appreciation to the Supreme Authority for the moral and logistical support it provided by sending several delegations from the holy shrines, stating that the support of the rational religious authority gives the fighters a psychological incentive that increases their determination to carry out many defensive and confrontational operations against the enemies of Iraq.