As the Arbaeen day of Imam Hussein (a.s.) approaches, the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, the Iraqi office, issued a statement to its missionaries in the country.
In its statement, this office considered the Arbaeen walk as a humane and universal path that has themes such as peace, kindness, mercy, compassion and giving, and the presence of millions of followers of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) in this path should be considered as an opportunity to introduce the Ashura culture to the Islamic Ummah.
In this statement, the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, the Iraqi office, stressed the need to say prayers at the beginning of time, the importance of observing hijab and chastity, spreading the culture of Velayat and Bera’at, observing conduct etiquette and leaving strife, addressing the culture of positive expectation expressing the dangers of Western cultural invasion through the Internet and satellite channels, expressing the most important doubts in the present era and responding to them, performing Hosseini rites in accordance with religious norms and the importance of expressing the position of Marjaiat as an extension of Imamate, emphasizing love and friendship between AhlulBayt (a.s.) followers, especially between the Iranian and Iraqi nations, and warning about the enemy’s plans for division between these two nations through social networks.
Other demands of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, the Iraqi office, from the owners of the Mawakeb were: emphasis on providing the atmosphere of congregational prayer at the beginning of time, observance of hijab and prohibition of mixing, warning about unnecessary competition and emphasizing the spirit of patience, prevention of extravagance and waste, the importance of cleanliness as part of faith, having security sense and cooperation with the security system, and praising the heroism of the fighters of Al-Hashd Al-Shabi.
At the end of the statement, the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, the Iraqi office, called on the Iraqi government to include the Arbaeen pilgrimage in its agenda and to provide the necessary services on the Arbaeen walking pathway for pilgrims, including water, electricity, clinics and hospitals, and to provide appropriate media coverage of this walk.