The Committee of the Displaced Relief at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine distributes tens of electric heaters for the displaced..

In order to contribute in alleviating the burden of the displaced families in the holy city of Karbala, and to perform the moral and humanitarian duty towards these people in compliance with the program supporting them, which comes in implementation of the recommendations and directives of the supreme religious authority, the committee of the displaced relief at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has distributed tens of the electric heaters to the displaced registered within the database according to a timetable adopting the priority for the inclusion of a greater number of them.
The distribution process comes within the program of the committee to support these families and the spirit of the directives of the supreme religious authority which urges and emphasizes this matter, to provide the possible means of a decent livelihood in these places and to try to cover the the possible of their needs, and to contribute to the advancement of these families and to lift them out of the bitter circumstances they are going through. The committee demanded at the same time to put an end to their suffering and to find appropriate solutions to their problems without resorting to patching solutions and provide them with their needs from life requirements.
The program is continuing within the available means of the holy shrine but of course does not suit the size of their sufferings especially under the harsh weather conditions and the low temperatures. The initiative of the committee came by choosing electric heaters due to the scarcity or the expensiveness of white oil substance, and thanks to some stability of power supply.
For their part, the families covered by this aid have expressed their thanks and appreciation to the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine for the efforts and what it provides throughout this period, in which there is a clear absence of any support of the government of its affiliated organizations and institutions.
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