With the participation of lady researchers from inside and outside Iraq: The opening of the first research sessions of the first women international cultural festival of "the prophethood spirit"

Within the framework of the first international cultural women festival of "The prophethood spirit" held by the Division of al-Kafeel girls schools of the Department of the Islamic and Humanity knowledge affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine under the slogan: "Az-Zahra (peace be upon her) the treasury of science and the repository of wisdom", the research session have started on Friday morning the 24th of Jumada II 1438 AH corresponding to the 24th of March 2017 with the participation of elite of ladies researchers from inside and outside Iraq.

The first session, which started with the recitation of verses of the Holy Quran and that was held in the Central Hall of the Center of Assiddiqah at-Tahirah [the immaculate] (peace be upon her), was attended by a wide presence of researchers, academics and interested ladies in this regard, headed by Dr. Nawal 'Aed. The researches were as follow:

The first research was of Ms. Ziba Abd al-Nabi Khiyami from Bahrain, entitled "The practical life of Lady az-Zahra (peace be upon her)." and it was about the role of Imam Ali and Lady Fatima (peace be upon both of them) in the reform of the family.

The second research was of Dr. Fatema Kareem Rassen from Baghdad University, entitled "The educational approach of the speech of az-Zahra (peace be upon her) in guiding the Ummah."

The third research was of Dr. Anwaar Majeed Sarhan from the Baghdad University, entitled "The women discourse and its impact on the recipient, the sermon of Lady az-Zahra (peace be upon her) as a model."

The fourth research was of Ms. Taiba Ibrahim Asad-Allah, entitled "The highest martial ideals in the biography of Fatima az-Zahra (Allah's prayers be upon her)."

The research session was concluded by discussing the research of Ms. Taiba Ibrahim Asad-Allah, with extensive discussions, interventions and dialogues that affected both the lecturers and the attendees with new and valuable information.
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