For the first time in Iraq: "Teacher's guide" a Quranic project launched by Al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine ..

After extensive studies and surveys in the educational Quranic field, the Institute of the Holy Quran in Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine represented by its unity of research and Quranic studies decided to adopt an educational Quranic project for building a sound doctrine from which can benefits the student in this world and in the Hereafter, labelled "Teacher's guide" issued at the beginning of the holy month of Ramadan.

The supervisor of this blessed project and the responsible of the Research and Studies Unit Sheikh Dea'uddin Rasheed al-Zubaidi stated to the Al-Kafeel Network: "The purpose of this project is not to interpret the Quran, but rather to focus on the important concepts highlighted by the Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them) through their sacred narrations, in order that the teacher passed them on to students for learning them with the interpretation of the verses of the Quran. "

He added: "We have thus established an important basis for the student following the approach of the holy Quran and the pure household, in compliance with the words of the Noble Prophet (Prayers and Allah's peace be upon him and his holy household): "Verily, I leave behind two precious things (thaqalayn) amongst you: the Book of Allah and my Ahl al-Bayt. Verily, the two will never separate until they come back to me by the side of the Pond." Semantics have been added to answer the need of the teacher. In fact, this approach proves that he who does not want to go astray must follow the Quran and the pure household of the holy prophet (Prayers and Allah's peace be upon him and his holy household), thus it was necessary that we give to our students along with the Quran the thought and approach of the pure imams (peace be upon them), so that we protect their ideological future.

He concluded by saying: "We wish that there will be some interest in this project, which we hope will be delivered to all students of Iraq, starting with primary studies to university and graduate studies, and we are ready to open applied scientific courses on how to teach this approach in order to deliver information quickly and easily."
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