The Qamar Cultural Center, affiliated to the Intellectual and Cultural Affairs Department at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, has concluded its cultural, awareness and guidance program that it prepared for a group of young people from the Rumaitha district and other areas of the Muthanna Governorate.
This program is part of its cultural forum that aims to contribute to confronting the religious, cultural and social challenges, using modern scientific mechanisms, away from fanaticism that lead to negative results that harm society.
The director of the center, Sheikh Harith Al-Dahi, explained to the Al-Kafeel network, saying: “This forum comes within a series of meetings organized by the center, aiming 35 young people from the elite group of young actors in the youth center in the governorate. The program prepared for them lasted for five days, including lectures on many aspects such as those related to the religious, historical, national, intellectual and training aspects, to develop the participants' self-skills."
He added: "In addition, special dialogue sessions were held to discuss the cultural reality of youth, ways to develop intellectual work, how the youth community in Muthanna could benefit from the forum's programs to spread awareness inspired by the culture of the Ahl al-Bayt School (peace be upon them), and work to implement them in practice on the ground."
It is noteworthy that many cultural courses, workshops and local forums are held by young people after completing training in the (Qamar Cultural Forum) in their regions. Observers believe that the (Qamar Cultural Forum), which is held by the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, represents a pioneering and serious step in the process of preparing conscious youth who are able to assume religious and national responsibilities, to face the misinformation campaigns that did not end with the end of the military battles. The al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, in addition to preparing the program, undertook the preparation of transportation, accommodation, food and other matters.