The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine sends its assistance to the security units stationed at the Iraqi-Syrian border.

Within its humanitarian tour to the liberated areas from the terrorist ISIL gangs, and in the second part of the tour that started in the Sinjar district in Nineveh province by the provision of humanitarian aid, the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine directed its convoy towards the Iraqi-Syrian border to provide support to the popular mobilization forces stationed on the border between Iraq and Syria, which coincided with the joy of the Iraqis to liberate their entire territory from the clutches of the terrorist ISIL gangs.

The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine through the guidance and support committee has always been keen to provide logistical and moral support, food aid and all the necessary supplies needed by the fighters of the security forces in the army, police and popular mobilization, which has been the case since the start of the liberation of the usurped land of Iraq after the advisory opinion for the defense, and did not spare any effort in this area, and it was present at most of the military joint units by the liberation, starting from the cliff of victory and up to the border.

The aid convoy is part of several convoys sent by the Committee for Guidance, Moral and Logistics Support at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine to sustain the momentum of the battle and to contribute to the fulfillment of some of their needs, including the distribution of foodstuffs, winter clothes, military suits and rain uniforms, blankets, mattresses, and other necessary supplies to cope with the cold winter, and distributed this aid to each military point stationed on the front and on more than fifty points along the Iraqi-Syrian border.

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 divisions of military operations in support of the security forces and the popular mobilization heroes in addition to the formation of a special committee to honor the families of martyrs and follow-up the situation of the wounded.
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