Al-karbala'ey: Imam Hussain Shrine dome raising project should complete before upcoming major pilgrimages

The custodian of the Imam Hussain Shrine, sheikh Abdul-Mehdi Al-karbala'ey, directed the engineering staff working on the project of raising the dome of the Imam Hussain Shrine to hasten the work in order to achieve the project sooner in order not to coincide with the upcoming major pilgrimages when millions of pilgrims flock into the shrine.

Expansion projects underway for ideal atmosphere for pilgrims

Due to the constantly increasing number of visitors of the Holy City of Kerbela, Imam Hussain Shrine has begun to set up projects to expand the shrine to make more space and reduce visitors' traffic during major pilgrimages.

90% of Elhujjeh Basement Project achieved

The Maintenance Department of Imam Hussain Shrine has stated that 90% of the wall and floor covering works of Elhujjeh Basement project have been achieved, and the basement will be open during the Nights of Quran Revelation, Laylat al-Qadr, to receive pilgrims. 

Imam Ali Shrine and El-Abbas Shrine discuss agricultural projects

The Secretary-General of Imam Ali Shrine, engineer Yusuf Sheikh Radhi, and officials from the Agricultural Affairs Department and the Legal Affairs Department have recently met with the executive director of Al-Kafeel Company of al-Abbas Shrine.

Al-Abbas holy shrine begins strengthening & gilding entrance to holy grille + Photos

Coinciding with the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan, the technical and engineering staffs started installing the first golden-covered tiles on the wall of the outer entrance within the project that includes the reinforcement and gilding of the walls of the Great Gold Iwan, entrance, which will include the main door leading to the Holy Sanctuary, facing the Qibla Gate of the holy shrine.

Group Quran competition underway in Karbala

The fourth edition of a national Quran competition among teams of Quran activists is underway at the holy shrine of al-Abbas, peace be upon him, in Karbala, Iraq.

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