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    Deleting the 3 most important days in the history of Iraq.. The “religious holidays” law is an ackno

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    Deleting the 3 most important days in the history of Iraq.. The “religious holidays” law is an ackno Empty Deleting the 3 most important days in the history of Iraq.. The “religious holidays” law is an ackno

    Post by Rocky Thu 23 May 2024, 4:44 am

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    [size=52]Deleting the 3 most important days in the history of Iraq.. The “religious holidays” law is an acknowledgment of the lack of a comprehensive national identity[/size]

    [size=45]Although the Acting Speaker of Parliament, Mohsen Al-Mandalawi, described the official holidays law after it was enacted in Parliament on Wednesday (May 22, 2024), including Eid Al-Ghadir, as “aiming to highlight occasions related to the lives and feelings of Iraqis,” many occasions are related to the feelings of Iraqis in general. National occasions or minority occasions have been relatively neglected in the new law.[/size]
    [size=45]The official holidays law, which Parliament voted on, included Fridays and Saturdays as official holidays throughout Iraq, in addition to the Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha, Labor Day, Eid al-Ghadir, the 10th of Muharram, the 1st of Muharram, the Prophet’s birthday, 12 Rabi’ al-Awwal, New Year’s Day, and Army Day. January 6, and Nowruz is March 21, and March 16 was added in the last moments, which is the day or anniversary of the Halabja tragedy.[/size]
    [size=45]The law also granted some “designated” official holidays, that is, not public, for minorities, such as Christians, Sabians, and Yazidis. However, the Christian blocs objected to not considering the birth of Jesus Christ, December 25, as an official holiday and a public holiday, and limited it to suspending work for Christians only, while the Christian blocs described Parliament's decision not to vote on the birth of Christ as a public holiday, describing it as a “sectarian practice” by Parliament, and a negative signal that will not be forgotten, as this description comes to contradict the claim that the law was legislated to highlight occasions related to the feelings of Iraqis.[/size]
    [size=45]The law also included the deletion of important and detailed occasions in the history of Iraq and Iraqis, including July 14, which is the anniversary of the fall of the monarchy and the founding of the republic. It seems to conflict with the general orientation of the current regime, which has tried to move away from alignment between the differences and dialectics of “the monarchy and the republic.”[/size]
    [size=45]However, it is strange that two important occasions were not included in the law and were deleted, which is December 10, the anniversary of the victory over ISIS, as well as the Iraqi National Day, October 3, which is the anniversary of Iraq’s accession to the League of Nations and its official recognition as a state.[/size]
    [size=45]The law generally focused on religious occasions, and omitted or did not include any true national events, which reflects a negative signal about the content of the system based on “sects,” and reinforces the absence of any events related to inclusive identities. The holiday law that Parliament enacted today can be described as an official recognition of the absence of What brings together the sects and components in Iraq, due to the absence of any unifying national event in it.[/size]
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