The Knowledge Network for Islamic Heritage, the website of the Department of Islamic and Human Knowledge Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, was updated with a modern software and design.
The staff of the Information Technology and Networks Division of the Media Department of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine has completed its programming and design according to the latest technologies, and in a manner that is compatible with the content of the network.
The official of the website unit in the Knowledge Department and editor-in-chief of the aforementioned network, Mr. Zain al-Abidin Dhnoun al-Sa'eedi, stated to Al-Kafeel Network: “Our website (the Knowledge Network for Islamic Heritage) has been updated and launched in a new look that fits with the nature of the heritage content of the network, adding software features that facilitate the site’s browsing and access process. Its implementation was mastered by the designers and programmers of the Information Technology and Networks Division."
He added: "The network includes many of its websites, including: (Karbala Heritage Center - Hilla Heritage Center - Basra Heritage Center - Najaf Heritage Center - Southern Heritage - Islamic Heritage - Knowledge Care Division - Crafts website specialized in Arabic calligraphy and Islamic decoration art), in addition to the sites of the refereed magazines: (Karbala heritage, Hilla heritage, Basra heritage, South heritage), and the sites of the public magazines: (Al-Ghadhiria, Radd Al-Shams, Al-Khatwa, Al-Harf), as well as the Karbala manuscript site and others."
The network also includes a number of main sections, such as (our publications, magazines, heritage library, flags and landmarks, department formations, multimedia), and sub-sections, the most important of which are: (investigation, indexing, bibliography, encyclopedias, series, authorship and studies, heritage studies, manuscripts, etc.).
Al-Sa'eedi concluded: "We will make every effort to make this site at the forefront of websites interested in the heritage issue in the Islamic world, and to make it a source and reference for the specialists and academics."
It is noteworthy that the Knowledge Network for Islamic Heritage is one of the most important websites specialized in the revival and dissemination of Islamic heritage, and it has been working since 2016 until now without interruption, and it contains hundreds of heritage materials such as news, reports, articles, photos, videos and audios, and therefore it is an electronic reference for those interested and specialists.