Iraq occupies a prominent religious position among Islamic countries.

It is the cradle of inspiration, dignities and virtues throughout the history of the prophets, imams and righteous ascetics. There are many holy cities in Iraq that are distinguished by a generous heritage that is still the goal of Muslims visiting, caring for and respecting them. Among these cities is the city of Najaf, which was honored with the shrine of Imam Ali bin Abi Talib (PBUH), the fourth of the Rightly Guided Caliphs, and Najaf with its Haydari shrine is at the forefront of the cities sanctified by the Islamic world after Makkah and Medina. The city of Karbala, with its Husseini and Abbasid gardens, is comparable to it in this respect. As for the city of Kufa, it is the first Arab capital established in the early days of Islam. It was designed by the great companion Saad bin Abi Waqqas (may God be pleased with him), and its great mosque is still standing today. And in Baghdad, the metropolis of Islamic sciences, the shrines, shrines and shrines spread. It is proud of the Qadiri shrine, which includes the tomb of the gray-haired Baz Abd al-Qadir al-Kilani (may God be pleased with him), and on the outskirts of Baghdad, the Kadhimiya shrine sparkles with the shrines of the two imams Musa al-Kadhim and Muhammad al-Jawad (PBUH), and the likeness of the Adhamiya shrine in the shrine of Imam Abi Hanifa al-Numan Ibn Thabit (may God be pleased with him). And in the city of Samarra, the Al-Askari Kindergarten attracts the hearts of Muslims because it embraces the tombs of the two imams, Ali Al-Hadi and Al-Hasan Al-Askari (PBUH): Iraq is also famous for its historical mosques and mosques, which were and still are centers of spiritual and moral leadership. . Dozens of historical and modern churches, monasteries, temples and shrines are spread throughout Iraq, where all religious communities freely practice their rituals.