On Tuesday afternoon 4th Shaa'ban 1435 AH corresponding to 3rd June 2014 AD were launched the first research sessions of the International Cultural Festival of the Martyrdom's Spring, which is hold under the slogan: “Imam Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him) The Light of the outstanding and the guidance of the righteous”.
This session was held in the hall of Imam Al-Hassan (peace be upon him) at the Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, with the great presence of the participating delegations in addition to a number of religious, cultural and academic figures.
It started with reciting verses from the holy Quran by the International reader Haydar Jalukhan, then the director of the research session sheikh Dea' Uddeen Al-Zobeydi presented the first intervener, the researcher from Bahrain, Sheikh Mohamad Al-Sanad whose intervention was about "International Renaissance, peace and reconciliation." according to the school of Ahl al Bayt (peace be upon them), with the awesome example of the uprising of Imam Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him).
Then came the turn of Dr. Sayed Mohamad Amer from Egypt who presented a paper entitled " Reading what happened in Tuff" stressing on the role of the Imamat in the international Islamic message.
Followed by the research paper of the Yemeni Professor Sheikh Essam Al-Emad, which was entitled: " Comparison between the Miracle and the receipt of Imams' words about the revival and the commemoration of Imam Al-Hussayn (peace be upon him).
This session was concluded by the research of Sayed. Sami Al-Badri who is an Iraqi specialist in ancient oriental languages such as the Akkadian, Aramaic, Hebrew and Syriac, as well as the Islamic thought and the history of civilizations. His intervention was mainly about : "Prophets' signals about the Prophet Muhammad (peace and Allah's mercy be upon him and upon the infallible members of his family) and about his holy family, Ahl Al Bayt (peace be upon them)", where he cited some chapters from the scriptures (holy books) that indicated the saint Prophet, his holy family (peace be upon them) and the tragedy of Tuff in Karbala.