The Supreme Religious Authority pointed out in the sermon of victory of last Friday the need to care for the families of the martyrs who have sacrificed their lives and quenched the land of Iraq with their blood in defense of its soil and sanctities, indicating that the martyrs do not need us as they are is a better place, and our interest to their families is but a national and moral duty, and we must seek to provide a good life and the requirements of a decent life to them.
The supreme religious authority did not forget to remember the rights of the wounded in the ranks of the fighters participating in the military operations, especially who are severely injured or disabled. Stating:
“The righteous martyrs who quenched the land of Iraq with their pure blood and their souls ascended to heavens, are in a seat of honor near a Sovereign, Perfect in Ability. And the lowest degrees of loyalty to them is caring for their families from widows, orphans ad others, as providing them with the dignified life from the accommodation, health, learning and life expenses and others are a national and moral duty and a nation that does not care for the families of its martyrs who sacrificed their lives for the sake of its honor and dignity, will not succeed. This task is primarily the duty of the government and the House of Representatives to provide enough financial allocations to secure a decent living for the families of the martyrs of the ISIL terrorism in particular, in advance for many other clauses of the general budget.
The war against the ISIL terrorists left tens of thousands of wounded and injured in the ranks of the heroes involved in combat operations, many of them need medical care and others who suffer permanent disability, as some of them have quadriplegia, loss of sight and limb amputation. And those dear ones deserve more than anyone else of care and attention, because thanks to them the land was liberated, the terrorism was eliminated, and the honor and sanctities were preserved. Therefore, the provision of decent living for them and the attainment of their means of comfort in such a way as to alleviate their suffering is an important duty, and the government and the House of Representatives have to provide the necessary allocations for this, and favoring it on the other expenses that do not have this importance.”