Parliament speaker calls for issuing a fatwa allowing open mosques for the displaced and only the ears without prayer
The head of parliament Saleem al-Jubouri, the Sabbath, the religious leaders to issue a fatwa allowing open mosques in front of the displaced, and only the call to prayer without prayer, indicating that the call came after the aggravation of the problem of displaced people during the downpour.
Jubouri said in a statement issued today that "all religious authorities, issuing a religious edict allowing open the doors of mosques and places of worship in front of the displaced, in order to be shelters for them, and only the call to prayer without prayer."
He said al-Jubouri, "This request comes after the aggravation of the problem of displaced people during the rain and the possibility of recurrence at any time, and shortening the hands of the state institutions and departments involved in providing aid and assistance after being swept rain water."
The House of Representatives held on Saturday, its the 33, headed by Salim al-Jubouri, and the presence of 215 deputies, the meeting is scheduled to witness the second reading of a bill defining the mandates of the three presidencies, and to discuss the new salary ladder.
And The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers, on Thursday (29 October now), the formation of an operations room to evacuate the displaced people as a result of the rains, confirmed the transfer of many of the displaced to alternative locations.
And exposed Iraqi provinces including Baghdad, on Wednesday (October 28, 2015), to the heavy rains led to flooding in the main streets and branch.
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