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Iran’s Leader has praised the authorities who organized the “glorious and marvellous” Arba’een ceremonies, particularly the Iraqi government and security forces.
The house of the late founder of Iran’s Islamic Republic, Imam Khomeini, in the Iraqi city of Najaf is one of the most visited places during Arba’een pilgrimage, the world’s largest religious gathering.
An Iranian air defence commander has announced that the flights passing Iran’s airspace during Arba’een would be closely observed using advanced radar systems.
Iran has deployed a balloon in its border with Iraq as part of an unprecedented project to provide free Wi-Fi internet service for the Arba’een pilgrims.
The longest sufra (piece of cloth on which food is served) in the world has been spread by people from the southern Iraqi province of DhiQar to receive Arba’een pilgrims.
The municipality of Tehran has taken the responsibility of cleaning the holy Iraqi cities of Karbala and Najaf after the Arba’een pilgrimage, the world’s largest public gathering.
Iran’s Parliament speaker says Iraq has secured three important achievements under the leadership of Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi.
With the arrival of Iraqi federal forces in Nineveh Province in northern Iraq, five thousand Peshmerga forceshave joined the Iraqi army with all their military equipment.