Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi visits Al-Kazimiya and Al-Adhamiya

Baghdad-ALsharqiya August 4: Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi made two visits to the cities of Al-Kazimiyah and Al-Adhamiya north of Baghdad, during which he visited

The Imam Al-Jawadin Musa Al-Kazim and Muhammad Al-Jawad, peace be upon them, and the Great Imam Mosque Abu Hanifa Al-Numan.

According to a government statement, Al-Kazemi performed the ceremony of visiting the Imam Al-Jawadin praying to God to preserve Iraq and its people and to facilitate the affairs of the country in the interest of business and the interests of its people.

On the sidelines of his visit to the city of Al-Kadhimiya, Al-Kazimi met with the religious authority, Mr. Hussein Ismail Al-Sadr, and discussed with him matters of Iraq and the goodness of his people.

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kazemi visited the tomb of Imam Abu Hanifa al-Numan in Adhamiya, north of Baghdad.

Al-Kazemi met with the head of the Iraqi Fiqh Academy, Sheikh Ahmed Hassan Al-Taha, and discussed with him the general affairs of Iraq, calling on the sheikhs and scholars to support him in strengthening the state and fighting corruption.

For his part, Sheikh Al-Taha said that a country like Iraq in its diversity requires comprehensive justice and a citizen state that does not differentiate between one citizen and another, and that their identities varied, as Al-Kazemi promised, saying what he stipulated: I visited prisons and many of the prisoners who were oppressed by our people will not abandon them.


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