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    Citizens are demanding the provision of special places to practice their religious rites and rationi

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    Citizens are demanding the provision of special places to practice their religious rites and rationi Empty Citizens are demanding the provision of special places to practice their religious rites and rationi

    Post by Rocky Mon 14 Nov 2016, 2:58 am

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    Citizens are demanding the provision of special places to practice their religious rites and rationing public holidays


     term / Ali Ataiwki 

    Citizens and local governments called for theneed to provide special places and ways to practice their religious rituals rather than hinder public life in all cities, calling on the central government to ration public holidays to reduce the phenomenon of "functional leakage", while others have some holy cities excluded to make way for thepioneers of the thresholds of the visit.  

    He says' Ali Khudair, told the (range), " The phenomenon of public streets cut through the religious events is incorrect and otherwise of the principles of religion phenomenon," adding that "religion originally people were ordered not to sit roads to not inconvenience pedestrians , how to cut off the roads that cause obstructing life People". He continues Khudair "Unfortunately , the security authorities are Mnsaah to the wishes of a nice community with a single color, forgetting that the street is not the right one and it is a right for all and regret to disrupt life by the repetition of ritual occasions." Khudair and demanded the central government to "provide service streets, especially those who wish to practice their religious ritual, especially those who want to set upprocessions and set up an obituary, in order to relieve pressure on a public street life in the capital." For his part, he noted the citizen Ali Raouf out that " the establishment of religious events and the large number ofholidays approved by the government is an order joyous with a lot of government employees who are waiting like such occasions eagerly , " warning at the same time "of cases of job leakage and impede the realization of the stalled in circles citizens ". Rauf , and adds that " the practice of religious rituals is natural and legitimate right of every believer or religious, but the imposition of religious weather the one on public life is unacceptable and is granulated , " noting that " a lot of religious people practicing their religion in a civilized manner , without prejudice or interfere with public life but we are surprised by the some insistence on theestablishment of rituals in public roads central government indulgence and clear. "  

    The Government of Babylon , and the actions of random 
    as surprised citizen Hussein Alvenhraoa, a native of the city of Hilla, the disposal of the local government tocut off side streets and carrots and Alastdarat piles of dirt and debris, noting that "this action does not imply cultural awareness or a civilized and led to the aesthetic of Hilla , distortion , " and wondered "Would we welcome visitors to the death of Imam Hussein (AS) of Iraqis and foreigners in this way backward, Donna themany possible alternatives." 
    The Alvenhraoa (range) that "local officials did not learn of the cons of previous years and continued their approach redneck who gives a bad impression about the province and its people , " and wondered in turn ,"What if they put Snadin concrete or plastic planted with flowers and herbs , " calling on concerned local government and purses to "remove those ugly barriers to preserve the beauty of the province and thereputation of her family." 

    Religious cities and allow freedom of Sir   
    Hasan exchange confirms (range), that "shut down city streets and paralyze traffic to make way for wanting access to the holy shrines may be justified in the early years of the fall of the Baathist regime , which did not take the initiative for the development of cities and the construction of bridges and roads," adding , "but if we know that the greatest engineering projects in the world is completed in a year or two, and when we see ourselves may shy away from the 2003 13 - year - distance and did not witness a remarkable development in the field of development of new roads and the alternative old and rehabilitate them, then it will be any grumbling confronted with the closure of roads under the pretext of implementing the plan Alumblyonip visit indignation project; but who 's listening to whiny, and what benefit grumble? ". It continues teller "When lacking attention timeshare One would not think a doctor who wants to reach the site work in a timely manner, or a student who wants to supplement his lecture at the right time, or a lawyer who has a date ofpleading, or a young child enthusiastic to get to kindergarten to learn something useful . " .
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