In pictures.. The first international Imamate week starts at the Al-Abbas's (P) holy shrine

The general secretariat of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine launched the activities of the first international Imamate week in a Hawza and academic presence.

The Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine holds the events of the Imamate week, under the slogan: (the prophecy and the Imamate are inseparable titles) and under the title (the Imamate is the system of the nation).

The opening events began with a beautiful recitation of the verses of the Holy Quran, followed by the reciter of the holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and al-Abbas (peace be upon them); Sayed Haidar Gelokhan, followed by the reading of Surah Al-Fatiha in memory on the martyrs of the Holy Fatwa of Defense and the martyrs of Iraq.

This was followed by a speech by the Senior Official of the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine; Sayed. Ahmad al-Safi, who began with congratulating the audience and the entire Islamic nation by Eid al-Ghadir, and His Eminence explained that "the Imamate week came to renew the Blessed Eid al-Ghadeer and enrich the Islamic library with the research.

The opening events witnessed the recitation of a poem of vertical poetry on the occasion of the anniversary of Eid Al-Ghadeer by Sheikh Ali al-Mudhaffar, followed by the presentation of the opening research of the first international Imamate week by researcher Mr. Ali al-Milani.

The Imamate week, which lasts for the period 6-13 July 2023, includes seven conferences that revolve around more than thirty topics, including (Quranic, Hadith, intellectual, doctrinal, fundamentalist, political, social, educational, psychological, linguistic, literary, historical, Orientalist).

The week also includes the holding of seven cultural and artistic competitions, namely (Short Film Competition, visual arts competition for young people, poetry competition, calligraphy competition, literary essay competition, art posters and short videos competition, short story competition).
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