The gathering commemorating the martyrdom of Imam al-Hussayni (peace be upon him) have ended the largest condolence ritual in the world; the ritual of Rakdhat Twayreej, which started after the prayer of Dohr on the tenth of Muharram 1440 AH corresponding to the September 20, 2018, lasting for more than three hours with the participation of the lovers and followers of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them) from inside and outside Iraq, amidst a security and service alert of the servants of the two holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and of al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) and the volunteers who supported them. All the rituals were conducted with ease and without any incidents or obstacles.
On the other hand, the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine has announced the success of its security and service plan to commemorate the rituals of Ziyarat Ashura, which began ten days ago in an escalating way since the seventh of Muharram. This success is complementary to the previous successes of the management and organization of the Ziyarat of millions and a starting point to Ziyarat Arba'een thanks to the concerted efforts and synergy between the departments that participated in it day and night to make the success of the rituals of this Ziyarat in this level of organization and services.
After the end of these rituals, the second stage was launched, including an extensive cleaning campaign inside and outside the holy shrine and the roads leading to it, as well as removing the sand from the entrances and gates and carpets put as preparation to receive the mourners.
The service and condolence processions participating in these rituals and providing services reached 1500 processions, which are registered within the administrative boundaries of the holy province of Karbala. The number of the media specialists whose work was with the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine reached 250 media bodies. Some reports referred to media statements by a number of local government officials in the province of Karbala that: "The number of visitors has reached more than three million visitors, including 24 thousand visitors from outside Iraq."