The Department of Rituals and Hussayni Processions of the two Holy Shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and of al-Abbas (peace be upon them) issued an appeal to the owners of the Hussayni service processions installed in the alleys and roads of the city to provide their services to the visitors, to preserve public property, especially trees on the sides of the roads, sidewalks and squares. Stating that they should not damage and remove them, because this contravenes the principles of Islam, and the owner of the procession might be deprived from providing the services in the next season. So, the department asks them to leave a space between their processions and the trees so the gardeners can take care of them.
Some processions' owners installed the service marquees on the sidewalks of the roads, which was an obstacle to the gardeners, and they also damaged these trees, which are mostly planted within the project adopted by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, reaching advanced stages to give a civilized image to the city. Providing the services for the visitors do not allow anyone to damage these trees that are planted by the shrine of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon him), and this is indicated by an identification mark on each tree.
It is noteworthy that the Department of rituals and Hussayni processions has previously issued a number of recommendations and instructions for the Ziyarat Ashura, and urged on maintaining the cleanness of the city and preserving the trees on the roads leading to the two holy shrines.