The Department of Intellectual and cultural affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, under the guidance of its General Secretariat, set an aid convoy containing many food items to the fighters of the popular mobilization stationed at the fronts of honor, pride and dignity fighting gangs of evil and obscurity; the terrorist ISIL gangs to liberate the remaining lands in Mosul.
This convoy, according to the head of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, was sent to Ba'aj, Tal Asfok, al-Hadar, Sinjar mountains of the province of Mosul, which comes in compliance with the directives of the Supreme Religious Authority to support the security forces and the heroes of the popular mobilization while they are waging the war against the terrorist ISIL gangs in order to recover what was stolen from the territory of Iraq.
This convoy is part of several convoys of the holy shrine that continued to deliver them to the heroes of Iraq on the front lines and in the various operations' districts who sacrifice dearly and profusely for the sake of the protection of Iraq from the terrorist groups and the criminal ISIL gangs, and to support them until the last inch of the soil of this dear homeland is liberated. And this is the second convoy of the intellectual affairs Department, and which is expected to be followed by other aid.
The fighters from their side, have thanked the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine for its great efforts and its continuous contact with the through the frequent visits to deliver aids and to provide them with great support. Stressing on their steadfastness and that they will continue their victories until final victory is achieved to cleanse the land of Iraq from the desecration of the criminal gangs.
It is noteworthy that the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine is keen to send convoys of food and in-kind assistance to all the military operations' districts in support of the security forces and the heroes of the popular mobilization in addition to the formation of a special committee to honor the families of their martyrs and following up the situation of the wounded.