Displaced families help Arba'een pilgrims

 

 A number of the displaced families, from Tal Afar, have volunteered to provide services for the pilgrims of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, during the Pilgrimage of Arbaeen

Those displaced families have come to the holy city of Karbala and assisted the pilgrims by providing them with food, water, and places to stay in.

Salim Selman, displaced, said, “After we were displaced, we stayed in Baghdad where we established our services unit. We started services unit with little equipment, and we expanded the unit with more equipment, and now we are proud of serving the pilgrims of Imam Hussein, peace be upon him, who come from different countries around the world.”

Abu Selah, displaced, said that as they are away from home, and they feel alien, they can feel how lonely Imam Hussein, Lady Zaineb, and their siblings, peace be upon them, had been.

Sahi Jebbar, founder of the service group of volunteers, said that his daughter had an illness in her respiratory system, and doctors could not do anything to make her recover. He added that her health would always deteriorate, and she would collapse, and some neighbors would bring her back home.

 

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