The services provided by the Relief and Support Division of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine during Ashura.

The Relief and Support Division of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine through its units and associated processions deployed in a number of governorates, intensified its activities during the holy month of Muharram, where a special plan was prepared during this month that brought together the condolence and service activity of providing support to the people of the Popular Mobilization in various sections. Following are some of its activities during the last period:

In Baghdad province, the unit raised the phrase (The popular mobilization is yours, O Hussayn), a slogan for a logistical support campaign organized by its group of convoys which are: The gathering of Ghayara Iraq, Association Yanabee' al-Kawthar, procession of Hamel lewa' al-Taf and the body of the supporters of the Popular Mobilization. All of which have given support to the Popular Mobilization fighters inside Camp Saqr, where they were provided with quantities of food and water as well as the establishment of a Hussayni condolence council. The campaign official Abu Amin Fartusi stressed: "We are continuing to provide this service that is our honor."

Not far from the province of Baghdad, Karkh unit has devoted itself to put a service footprint of another kind. The unit and its processions organized a humanitarian campaign, which targeted more than (1000) families of the martyrs of the popular mobilization and the needy ones in Diwaniyah province in coordination with the support unit in it. The campaign included the distribution of food baskets and school clothes and bags to contribute to alleviate the burden of these families at the start of the new school year. This campaign was well received by the beneficiary families who praised it largely.

The convoy of the Sudan clan, within its program in the holy month of Muharram, has organized a major campaign to support the fighters stationed in the Hadhar district operations, specifically to the brigade 44, to provide them with fresh and dry food. After which, it organized and condolence council and a march, which was attended by the commander of Major General Hamid al-Yasiri, as well as the mayor of the Hadhar district, the head of the municipal council and the chief of the district police. Sheikh Tahseen al-Sudani, the convoy official, said: “This campaign, which was organized in these Ashura days, contains important messages; most important of which are that we derive our giving and our determination from the message of Aba Abdillah al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), as Ashura carries immortal humanitarian meanings that inspire that the Sons of Iraq to defend its soil and sanctities. "

From the north to the center, a campaign was launched by the procession of Musa al-Kadhem (peace be upon him) of the Karkh Unit, to support the Jorf al-Nasr and al-Bheyrat, by distributing various food.

Nadhem al-Taqseem is another station of support reached by one of the campaigns of the Relief and Support Division, where the campaign convoy distributed food and relief assistance to the fighters of the security forces and the Popular Mobilization, and the preparation of a meal, which reward was dedicated to the Master of the martyrs (peace be upon him) in these sad days of his martyrdom anniversary. In addition to the establishment of a Hussayni condolence council. And at the end of this campaign, the fighters praised this initiative, which would raise their morale, and make them feel the pleasure of Hussayni councils while they are stationed in this important district.

On the condolence side, the units associated with the division had a distinctive participation and active presence in a number of governorates, whether in the organizational side or in independent processions, to be concluded in the holy city of Karbala and contribute to the organization and participation in part of the ritual of Rakdhat Twayreej and to participate in the great cleaning work held by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine at the end of the Ziyarat.
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