A delegation from the two holy shrines arrives in Lebanon to invite the dignitaries to participate in the World Cultural Festival of Martyrdom's Spring in its 14th edition.

A delegation of the General Secretariat of the two holy shrines of Imam al-Hussayn and of Aba al-Fadl al-Abbas (peace be upon both of them) headed to the Republic of Lebanon to give the invitations for the World Cultural Festival of Martyrdom's Spring in its fourteenth edition and register the researchers in the Research Competition which will be held at the sidelines of the Festival that will be launched in the blessed month of Sha'ban.

Since its arrival, the delegation met with four prominent figures known in the field of writing research, such as the judge Sheikh Abd al-Haleem Shararah, the official of religious reporting in the Shiite Islamic Council in the Lebanese Republic, who expressed his great pleasure and pride to receive the delegation of the servants of Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them) as well as receiving the invitation to participate in the festival which he considered the largest cultural and intellectual gathering in the area and in the Islamic world since more than a decade.

In the same context, the delegation had another meeting with the religious figure and the Islamic scholar, Shaykh Shafiq Jradi, director of the Institute of Knowledge of Religious and Philosophical Studies in Lebanon, who was invited to participate in the research competition, as well as registering the names of the researchers in the mentioned Institute.

The delegation met with the head of the Ja'afari courts in Lebanon, Judge Sheikh Muhammad Kanaan, who was invited as a researcher at the festival and in turn, he praised the distinguished role played by the holy shrines in Karbala at all levels and in intellectual, scientific and cultural fields.

The last meeting was held by His Eminence Judge Sheikh Ali al-Mawla, who is considered one of the prominent figures, and who was invited to the research competition at the festival in its fourteenth edition.
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