The Department of Hussayni Rites and Processions brings the curtain down on the Fatimi Sorrows Festival

The Department of Hussayni Rites and Processions in the holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them), concluded its fifteenth annual festival entitled (Festival of the Fatimi Season of Sorrows), which opened before the second narration of the martyrdom anniversary of the Lady of the Women of the Worlds; Lady az-Zahra (peace be upon her), which continued until the third narration on the third of Jumada al-Thaniya.

The festival, which was held in the square between the two Holy Shrines, is held annually in commemoration and remembrance of one of the greatest calamities and tribulations that befell the Prophet’s house, namely, the calamity of the martyrdom of the Prophet’s beloved daughter (may God bless him and his family) and the joy of his eye; the Lady of Fatima az-Zahra (Peace of God be upon her). And based on the Hussayni loyalty and service and the pledge to revive the rituals of the Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them), which are among the rituals of God Almighty, and it included several activities of condolence that embodied and shed light on some of the details of her blessed biography (peace be upon her).

The pavilions of the festival witnessed a great influx and turnout throughout the days of its holding, from the early hours of the morning until the late hours of the night. One of the most important activities that witnessed this interaction and turnout is the historical (panorama), which shed light on the life and oppression of the Lady of the Women of the Worlds; Fatima az-Zahra (peace be upon her), as it is made up of pictorial scenes installed on the walls, each of which represents a specific fact and incident, including: the house of Lady az-Zahra (peace be upon her), and the arak tree in which Lady az-Zahra (peace be upon her) took shelter to mourn her father (Allah's prayers be upon him and his holy Household), the incident of the funeral and burial of Lady az-Zahra (may God’s peace be upon her), and others, and there is a site dedicated to reflecting an aspect of her humble life, the incident of burning the house, and then her martyrdom (peace be upon her) with the presence of sounds associated with each scene.
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