After that a number of research were presented in several areas by researchers from inside and outside Iraq, the research sessions of the thirteenth International Cultural Festival of the Martyrdom Spring were concluded on Tuesday 5th of Sha'ban 1438 AH corresponding to the 2nd of May in the hall of Imam al-Hassan (pace be upon him) in the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine by the presence of the two Senior Officials of the two holy shrines and their both Secretaries general in addition to a wide presence of academics and researchers, as it included three local and international research combining between the Hawza and the academic method.
The session that was chaired by Sheikh Dr. Mohamad Jawad al-Salami, started by the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran and reading Surat al-Fatihah in memory of the Iraq's martyrs, then the three research were presented, as follows:
The first research of Sheikh Mustapha al-'Amili from Lebanon about the eternal conflict between the project of prophets and messengers, which represents the reform and guidance of humanity, versus the project adopted by Satan...
The second research of the Assistant Professor Hadi Shandukh al-Sa'idi from the University of Dhi Qar, entitled: "The confrontation culture in the speech of Imam al-Hussayn (peace be upon him), an approach to establish public awareness."
The third session of the researcher Mr. Imad al-Hakim from the Republic of Iran, was about Imam as-Sajjad (peace be upon him) under the title: "A brief summary of the life of Imam Zayn al-'Abideen (peace be upon him)."
The session has also included extensive discussions, interventions and dialogues giving valuable information to the attendees. At the conclusion of this event, a number of the researchers have expressed their happiness in participating in this important research forum, which was a real opportunity to exchange ideas and visions that led to valuable research summaries, stressing at the same time that these sessions have achieved their objectives, either in terms of the discussed subjects, their diversity or in terms of preparation and organization.