Babylon joins the march and answers the Ziyarat Arba'een call.

For more than four days, the province of Babylon has witnessed the influx of large numbers of visitors, following the immortal Hussayni Arba'een march, but during these two days the number of visitors passing through it doubled, as its entrance through its border with Diwaniyah witnessed the entry of most visitors from the southern provinces, coming from Basrah, Nasiriyah, Maysan and Wasit.
The reporter of the Al-Kafeel Network accompanying this immortal march from this axis, said: “Today’s visitor’s entry to the city of Hilla, the center of Babylon Governorate, was through its administrative borders with the Diwaniyah Governorate, so that the path split into two parts. The first is those heading to Najaf from al-Kifl road, and the second is to al-Hillah as some of them took a pause in the city of Al-Qasim (peace be upon him), to continue their journey after performing the Ziyarat rituals of his shrine.”
He added: "Because Al-Hilla is the visitors' gateway towards Karbala, the roads were paved with its processions to receive the visitors of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), which rushed to get the honor of serving them and providing them with everything they need.”
He explained: "The city of Al-Hilla is one of the most important cities due to its location near the city of Karbala. Everyone who wants to visit the shrine of Imam al-Hussayn and his brother Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon them) from the south of Iraq must pass this noble city even if his destination is on the (Najaf - Karbala road). And when the visitors walking intending to visit Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), enters the city of Hilla, they feel that their resolve and determination are sharpened, as if they entered Karbala.”
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