The relief committee of the displaced at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine announced that it started the distribution of Eid clothes to the children of displaced families who were forced by the Takfiri and criminal terrorists to flee their homes in the northern provinces and in particular the province of Ninawa, towards to holy city of Karbala.
According to the possibilities of the holy shrine, the distribution of these clothes started two days before the Eid day, aiming the introduction of joy and happiness to the hearts of these people, sharing with them the joy of the Eid that was stolen by the enemies of God and of humanity.
These gifts included Eid clothes and other special needs of children for more than 1000 children from families that were received by the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, and who currently staying in the services cities and complexes belonging to the processions and hussaynyat within the holy city of Karbala and on the roads leading to it, in the three axes (Baghdad, Babylon and Najaf.)
It is to mention that out of its moral duty that goes along with the directives of the Supreme Religious Authority to stand with the displaced families, the General Secretariat of the Holy Shrine of Al-Abbas (peace be upon him) formed an ad hoc committee to oversee the reception of displaced people coming from the hotspots that witnessed killings and displacement, and works to create the accommodation necessities and living conditions, within the available means for this purpose.
And it is worth mentioning that the Supreme Religious Authority had called earlier through its representative Sheikh Abdul Mahdi Al-Karbalai that under squalid and very difficult conditions experienced by displaced people from different regions of the fighting .. we call on the international and local relief organizations to expedite the aid for these families whose number is increasing day after day , and who are living a humanitarian plight as hard as we call on all citizens to stand and help these families in a way that is commensurate with the magnitude of the tragedy experienced by these families, with all possible provisions such food and water, as well as the shelter and any other needs...