Distinguished participation of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine at the Book Fair at Baghdad University and its presidency praises it.

The Presidency of the University of Baghdad praised the participation of the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine through its participation in the annual book exhibition which it holds on the occasion of its founding, describing it as distinguished as a result of the presented intellectual and cultural publications and productions with constructive opinions that contribute to improving the scientific and cultural level of the university student.
This was stated by the Assistant of the President of the Baghdad University; Assistant Professor Dr. Abd al-Latif Mohamad who added: "We thank the holy shrines for their outstanding participation in this exhibition, especially the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, and we are proud of its participation and its great role in spreading religious and cultural concepts and values ​​among university students. And we have continuous cooperation with it, in particular through the continuous delivery of all its publications for publication among our students through our Central Library and we wish them, in our turn, success in all fields. "
The participation of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine in this exhibition, which opened in Baghdad on Sunday morning 7th of Rabi' Awwal,
1439 AH corresponding to the November 26, 2017 in the corridors of the Central Library of the University, was in two parts; the first included the presentation of a special package of publications of the Department of Intellectual and Cultural Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, where more than 450 titles were presented in different content, simulating most of the orientations of the students, as well as the periodic publications of the Holy
Shrine of magazines and others, in addition to the participation of the Center of Manuscripts Restoration of the Library Division at the holy shrine, which exhibited the books an dmanuscripts that were restored at the center.
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