Extraordinary efforts exerted by the television broadcast team of the Al-Kafeel Center for artistic production in the broadcast of the martyrdom anniversary councils of Imam as-Sadeq (peace be upon him).

The live broadcast television crew of the Al-Kafeel Center for artistic production and live broadcast at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine made exceptional efforts for the broadcast of the condolences councils set up by the Abbas's (p) fighting squad, which lasted for more than six days and in three governorates: Diyala, Kirkuk, and Basra. All the technical and logistical matters were organized by the crew that included photographers, directors and other technicians, who managed to deliver a high quality image received by several satellite channels, because the broadcast is without Logo and provided for Free by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine.

The center's administrator, Mr. Bashir Al-Tajer, spoke to the Al-Kafeel Network on this subject, saying: "The staff of the Al-Kafeel Center have the expertise to enter any technical field, working to employ the technical expertise in order to produce an image that can be broadcasted by dozens of satellite channels. And in this event, the staff managed to broadcast the condolences' councils of the martyrdom anniversary of the Imam as-Sadeq (peace be upon him), which were held under the patronage of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, which included a religious lecture by Sheikh Zaman al-Hasnawi and a lamentation [latm] council."

He added: "The councils of condolence witnessed the interaction of the lovers and followers of Imam as-Sadeq (peace be upon him), especially in the areas where the condolences' procession are held for the first time after their liberation from the terrorist ISIL gangs such as the al-Bashir Kasbah.

He indicated: "The broadcast of these commemoration began two days before the martyrdom anniversary and concluded a day later in the province of Basra, where the Council was established by the body of the moon of Bani Hashim, and led by Sheikh Haider Mawla."
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