BEIRUT, LEBANON (05:29 A.M.) – The families of Afghani’s killed in Syria fighting on the side of the government in Iranian organized militias have been offered free apartment in Iran.

In a ceremony attending by high-ranking Iranian officials, including Ayalollah Raeisi, more than 30 apartments were given to Afghan families.

The Astan Quds Razavi endowment “built these units and handed them over to the glorious families of Afghan fighters,” who died fighting against terrorist forces in Syria, said Raeisi.

Tehran also funds public funerals for these fighters, as well as organize rallies with mass amounts of gifts given to the dead fighters.

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