The opening of a central warehouse to receive the donations and contributions in kind for the displaced..

In order to achieve the centralisation in receiving in-kind donations for the displaced, the relief committee of the displaced at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has declared the opening of a central warehouse to receive the donations and contributions in kind for the displaced..

The head of the committee; Sayed Nafi' Al-Moosawi has announced the establishment of this warehouse, and called all the donators from Karbala and other provinces to exclusively return to where it is located on the route Najaf-Karbala.

The Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine with the direct supervision of its Secretary-General offered to these displaced all the available potential for alleviating their pain in spite of the large numbers, that any institution fails to bear alone. For the purpose of contacting the above-mentioned committee, you may either call on this number:(009647801677232)
or write on the official email address of the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine: (

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) has 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.

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 …
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