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    The coordination framework supports Al-Sadr: We will pass the “Eid Al-Ghadir” holiday today

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    The coordination framework supports Al-Sadr: We will pass the “Eid Al-Ghadir” holiday today Empty The coordination framework supports Al-Sadr: We will pass the “Eid Al-Ghadir” holiday today

    Post by Rocky Sat May 18, 2024 4:42 pm

    The coordination framework supports Al-Sadr: We will pass the “Eid Al-Ghadir” holiday today


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    Shafaq News/ The coordination framework, which brings together the Shiite political forces, commented today, Saturday, on the invitation of the leader of the Shiite National Movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, to Parliament to vote on the law declaring “Eid al-Ghadir” an official holiday throughout Iraq.


    The representative of the framework, Zahra Al-Bajari, told Shafaq News Agency, that the framework “will work during today’s parliamentary session to pass a draft law declaring Eid al-Ghadir an official holiday throughout Iraq, and we do not believe there is parliamentary opposition to this law.”
    Al-Bajari added, “The draft law declaring Eid al-Ghadir as an official holiday will be passed with the participation of all political blocs,” indicating that “through talking with all political parties, there is no objection to the law.”
    Al-Bajari pointed out, “There is an objection from some representatives, and they are very few, and in the event of any political objection, the coordinating framework has the parliamentary majority and will work to pass the law during today’s session.”
    Yesterday, Friday, the leader of the Shiite National Movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, renewed his call to members of the House of Representatives to vote on making Ghadir Day an official holiday.
    Al-Sadr said in a televised speech, “If the members of Parliament vote on this, I thank them, and if they do not vote, then the Prophet Muhammad and Imam Ali will be their opponent.”
    On the eighteenth of Dhu al-Hijjah every year, Shiite Muslims celebrate Eid al-Ghadir.
    According to Shiite narrations, the 18th of Dhul-Hijjah is the day on which the Prophet Muhammad delivered a sermon and appointed Imam Ali bin Abi Talib as a guardian of the Muslims after him. The Shiites believe that the Prophet had declared Ali as his successor during the Muslims’ return from the Farewell Pilgrimage to Medina in A place called “Ghadir Khumm” in the year 10 AH, corresponding to 631 AD.
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