A visit to the Popular Mobilization Forces stationed on the Iraqi border between Syria and Turkey.

A delegation from the Guidance and Support Committee of the Religious Affairs Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine visited a number of the Popular Mobilization Forces (PMF) stationed on the Iraqi borders between Syria and Turkey, as part of the communication program, and to contribute to raising the morale of the fighters and supporting them.
The visit is one of several visits and tours undertaken by the committee since the launch of the holy defense fatwa, and it is still continuing to support fighters in all formations and in various regions, either directly from the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, or through the branches of the committee scattered in a number of governorates. The committee works almost daily, according to a temporal and spatial method and plan of action, managed by the members of the Committee at the Holy Shrine or outside it.
And the head of the committee, Sheikh Haider Al-'Aredhi, said: “As a result of our repeated and continuous visits, we realize that Iraq has sons who are keen on its security and safety, and they are ready to defend it and cut off any hand that tries to undermine this country and its sanctities. Despite the bad weather conditions and the ruggedness of the geographical area, these heroes are still having the flame of the fatwa in their hearts, and the delegation was honored to provide the logistical aid they need in light of these circumstances and within the available means of the committee, in addition to some gifts from the shrine of Aba Al-Fadl Al-Abbas Peace) that increases the morale of the fighters. "
The fighters, in turn, praised the initiative of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, and appreciated its permanent presence on the battle fronts or in the areas that were liberated, stressing at the same time that such initiatives would raise their morale and insistence on remaining an impregnable barrier to anyone who thinks about tampering with the security and safety of this country.
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