The Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine participates with the delegation of the supreme religious authority to provide aids to displaced families of Fallujah

The Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has participated along with the commission of the relief cell team of the office of the supreme religious authority; Sayed Ali al-Sistani, to provide aids to the families displaced from Fallujah and settled in camps in 'Amiriyah city, because of the battles for liberation waged currently by the security forces and the volunteers of the sacred defence fatwa, sending by this a clear message: one hand is fighting and the other hand is providing aids to the families fleeing from the hell of the terrorist gangs of ISIL.

This aid convoy is a part of many campaigns that have included all the displaced families and the fighters of the security forces in all provinces, and this time the convoy of the relief cell of the office of the supreme religious authority; Sayed Ali Al-Sistani in Najaf, accompanied by a delegation from the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine and the Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad, to provide aids to the families fleeing from the grip of the terrorist ISIL gangs in the areas of Saqlawiyah, Fallujah and Karmah, as these families have settled in the centre of Amiriyah Fallujah, which includes more than 2000 families.

The aids have varied between the distribution of food baskets and ice from the factory of the holy shrine, as they needed it badly during this heat wave. Some financial grants were given to the neediest families to enable them to buy some clothes and air fans. The medical department of the Al-Abbas's (p) fighting squad has conducted a campaign to provide medical assistance to these displaced families.

According to those in charge of this convoy, it had a significant impact on the hearts of those families, as they have told us their painful stories when they faced the brutality and harsh treatment of ISIL gangs. This convoy had reminded them the image of the authentic Islam and the right doctrine, and they have felt the attention as the convoy came to alleviate their sufferings.

One of the elderly has said: "We have run away from hell, heading the mercy gate, and we have heard the words of Sayed Al-Sistani when he has recommended the security forces to protect the lives of the civilians as they have no sin, that is why we ran away despite the threats and torture we have witnessed from the ISIL gangs, but we have confidence in you and in your Islamic morals, may God reward you for what you have given us."
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