Baghdad (AIN) –The General Secretariat of the Council of Ministers announced that next Sunday will be a holiday all over Iraq.
A statement by the CoM received by All Iraq News Agency cited Wednesday “The Council of Ministers decided to announce next Sunday February 5th, a holiday in Iraq for the occasion of Birth Anniversary of Prophet Mohammed (May peace be upon his him.)”
The anniversary of the Prophet’s birth is dated on 12th of Rabee al-Awal of the Hijri calendar which is among the official holidays in Iraq. /End/
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