The Al-Abbas's (p) Shrine launches the activities of the fifth conference within the first international Imamate week

The activities of the fifth conference within the first international Imamate week held by the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine under the slogan (prophecy and the Imamate are inseparable titles) and under the title (the Imamate is the system of the nation) kicked off today, Tuesday.

The opening of the fifth conference was attended by His Eminence, the Senior Official of the holy shrine; Sayed Ahmad al-Safi, the secretary general; Sayed Mustafa Mortada Aal Dia'-Uddin, a number of board members and officials of the holy shrine, and many academic and Hawza figures from inside and outside Iraq.

The fifth conference within the Imamate week is supervised by the Al-Ameed Scientific and Intellectual Association.

The conference began with the beautiful recitation of verses from the Holy Quran by the reader, Sayed Badri Mamitha, then the reading of Surat Al-Fatiha, followed by a welcome speech of the Al-Ameed Scientific and Intellectual Association delivered by Dr. Ali al-Maslawi, and a film showing the activities of the week.

The conference activities will be held in the Hall of Imam al-Hassan (peace be upon him) at the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, with a morning session at exactly nine o'clock and chaired by Dr. Karim Hussein al-Khalidi.

The Imamate week includes the holding of seven conferences on more than thirty topics, including (Quranic, Hadith, intellectual, doctrinal, juristic, fundamentalist, political, social, educational, psychological, linguistic, literary, historical, Orientalist), as well as topics related to signs of appearance of Imam al-Mahdi (may Allah hasten hsi holy reappearance).

The week's activities include the holding of seven cultural and artistic competitions (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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