The city of Karbala and its holy shrine is still bidding farewell to the visitors who, came from every corner of the globe to console Lady Az-Zahra (peace be upon her) for the Arba'een of her son and the flower of his grandfather (prayers and Allah's peace be upon him and his holy Household), the martyr Imam Al-Hussayn (Peace be upon him). As after that his city embraced them for days and weeks, today it's bidding farewell to them hoping to see them soon.
The Zyarat this year was different from the previous years, as usually in the past years, the visitors leaved the city the twenty-first of Safar at the latest, but this year large numbers of the visitors were still entering the city even on the twentieth of Safar, which made them up to this day still leaving the city.
Also, the thousands of processions and Hussayni bodies that participated in serving the visitors and in the condolences ceremonies have packed up to leave back to their home cities after the journey of faith that lasted long days to serve the visitors and to commemorate the sacred rituals of Zyarat Arba'een of Imam Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), some of them headed towards the road to Najaf in order to serve the visitors of the holy shrine of the Commander of the Faithful Ali Ibnu Abi Taleb (peace be upon him) who are willing to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of the Holy Prophet (prayers and Allah's peace be upon him and his holy Household).
It is noteworthy that the holy shrines of Karbala have harnessed all its transportation means according to its special plan of transporting the visitors. Al-Kafeel Network was present with these leaving crowds after a blessed faith journey.
And, it is worth mentioning that the Secretariat-General of the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has announced earlier the extension of its security and services plan of the Zyarat of Arba'een of Imam Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) this year up to Friday. Those in charge of this plan confirmed that that are fully prepared to serve the unprecedented crowds who are still coming to the holy city from within and outside the country.