The procession of the people of Karbala commemorate the death of Al-Qasem son of Imam al-Kadhem (peace be upon both of them) at his shrine.

The procession of the people of Karbala, recalled the sad memory of the departure of Al-Qasem son of Imam Musa Al-Kadhem (peace be upon both of them), at his holy shrine in the city of Al-Qasem in cooperation with the Husseini rituals and processions department of the two holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them).

The head of the aforementioned department, Haj Riyad Ni'mah Al-Salman, explained to Al-Kafeel network, saying: “The commemoration of this memory is one of the occasions that this procession has consistently held. And the two holy shrines provided the vehicles to transport the procession's participants. The shrine of al-Qasem (peace be upon him) witnessed the influx of a number of condolence processions, including the procession of the people of Karbala that had a remarkable presence, The department worked on preparing all the organizational and coordination matters related to the performance of these rituals. This is not the first time that this procession commemorates this occasion near his shrine, but It is a custom that the people of the province inherited and accustomed to perform every year. "

And he explained: “A reception ceremony was organized for the procession, by the private secretary and servant of the al-Qasem (p) shrine. The procession marched in the form of groups chanting the Hussaini chants and lamentations that recalls this memory. And upon entering his shrine, a mourning council was held, which included a number of poems and elegies that embodied with their rhymes what happened to the followers of the imams of the Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them), including al-Qasem (peace be upon him).

He concluded: "The participation of the processions of the people of Karbala was not limited to the mourning side, but there was also a service side, where hundreds of meals were distributed to the mourners who came to this shrine to commemorate this sad anniversary."
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