Millions of Muslims across the world are celebrating Eid al-Mab’ath, the anniversary of the day Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him and his progeny, received his first revelation and was chosen as Allah’s final messenger.
Iraqi security forces have found a mass grave in the country’s northern province of Nineveh containing the bodies of dozens of civilians, mostly women, whom are believed to have been executed by Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
A Shia citizen of India demanded to rebuild the shrines of Baqee Algharqad of the infalliable Imams, peace be upon them, calling on Shias around the world to demand the reconstruction. Kawthar Ali Bek from Hyderabad called for the reconstruction of the Baqee al-Gharqad, especially the tombs of the imams of Baqee, peace be upon them, and at the same time he called on the Shias of the world to demand for the reconstruction. Bek raised a banner in three languages: Arabic, Persian and English that says "rebuild Baqee Paradise." In a statement, the Imam al-Shirazi Wold Foundation called on the Saudi authorities to rebuild al-Baqee Shrines, referring to Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman's statement to the New York Times that there was no Wahhabism in the kingdom.
Crowds of the lovers of Ahlulbait, peace be upon them, continue to flock to the holy city of Kadhimiya in Baghdad to commemorate the martyrdom anniversary of Imam al-Kadhim, peace be upon him, at his holy shrine. Where the crowds of believers gather in large rallies towards the shrine of the two al-Kadhimain, peace be upon them, on feet, men, women, old people and children to declare their loyalty and faith to Imam Musa bin Jaafar, peace be upon him. The holy city is witnessing intensive security and service measures to receive the masses, in addition to the services units that have spread on various roads leading to the holy shrine to provide the services of foods and drinks.