The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine participates in the plan to transport the visitors of Imam al-Kadhem (peace be upon him)

The sorrows of the lovers and followers of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them) are revived with the martyrdom anniversary of the seventh Imam Musa l-Kadhem (peace be upon him) on the twenty-fifth of the holy month of Rajab, recalling the calamities that befell on him like a sweeping torrent since the martyrdom of his father Imam Ja'far Aas-Sadeq (peace be upon him), and Harun the Abbasid taking the reins of power, who was known by his extreme hostility to the descendants of the Holy Prophet (Allah's prayers be upon him and his holy Household), and who worked on the forced disappearance of Imam Musa al-Kadhem (peace be upon him) as he has put him in underground prison cells that were unprecedented in history in terms of cruelty and violence.

He then began to jail the Imam in Basra then to many other prisons until his last prison; the Sindi prison in Baghdad, where he ordered to chain the Imam (peace be upon him) with thirty pounds of iron chains, in which he remained shackled until he (peace be upon him) was martyred by poison.

And to commemorate this sad, the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has prepared a condolences program to commemorate this sad occasion, in addition to its participation to provide services to the visitors heading to the Ziyarat of the Imam al-Kadhem (peace be upon him) in the holy city of Kadhemiyah.

In this context, the supervisor of transportation operations at the vehicles Department at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Mr. Hussein Jaber, stated to Al-Kafeel Network: "The Vehicles Department sent 30 buses of various capacities to participate in the transfer of the visitors on this sad occasion to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Imam al-Kadhem (peace be upon him), in addition to specialized vehicles of water and fuel as well as garbage truck.”

Explaining that these vehicles work continuously over 24 hours by two morning and night shifts to provide the largest possible service to the visitors.
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