Sayyed Aref Nasrullah, the Public Relations Manager of Grand Shia Jurist Ayatollah Shirazi in Iraq hosted Sheikh Asa’ad Jasem, the chief of Jabour tribe, Sheikh Fadhil Abbas, the chief of Mutair tribe, Sheikh Qaed Abdulhussain Jabouri and Sheikh Ali Alrahimi, two prominent tribal figures in Iraq.
In this meeting, the Grand Jurist’s PR manager highlighted the importance of security and said: “The tribes in Iraq should play the role of a father for the Iraqi society. The Iraqi tribes are a main force in tackling with the problems of this country. He then added that the important role of Iraqi tribes is an undeniable historical fact, as these tribes resemble Iraq’s history, its tenets, moral values, and traditions.”
Sayyed Aref Nasrullah also went on: “The Iraqi tribes are greatly respected by the nation, due to their sacrifices in fighting off invaders and corruption in this country.” The PR manager of Grand Jurist then said: “The Iraqi tribes should come together and listen to the instructions of the Islamic leaders, and implement the Islamic laws and rulings in their communities.”
At the end, Sayyed Nasrullah said: “Poor support of the holy City of Karbala and the ongoing projects in this City have increased the youths’ unemployment and crime rates. At this juncture, the Iraqi tribes must play their role and use their potentials in creating job opportunities for young Iraqis.”