Under the slogan: "Our heritage is the glory of our ancestors and the enlightenment of our children," on the morning of Friday, 20th Sha'ban 1440 AH corresponding to April 26, 2018, the Hall of Imam al-Hassan (peace be upon him) at the al-Abbas's (p) Holy Shrine, hosted the activities of the international scientific conference "The scholar Sheikh Agha Bazrak al-Tehrani and his impact in the revival of the Islamic heritage", which is organized by the Department of Islamic and Human Knowledge Affairs at the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine in cooperation with the Faculty of Education at the University of Kufa, in a large presence of the religious and academic figures and delegations representing many parties and specialists in the field of heritage.
After the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran and reciting Surah Al-Fatiha in honor of the martyrs of Iraq and listening to the Iraqi national anthem and the anthem of the al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine, there was a word for the holy shrine delivered by its senior official; Sayed Ahmad al-Safi, who highlighted that the holy city of Najaf was and still the cradle of scholars and thinkers, and the late Sheikh Mohammed Mohsen known as (Agha Bazrak Tehrani) is one of those scholars. And talking about this character starts and does not end for his respected knowledge and research…
Then the speech of the presidency of the University of Kufa was delivered by Acting Vice President for Scientific Affairs; Professor Mohsen Abadi, by the word of the Dean of the College of Education at Kufa University Dr. Ali Khudair Hajji.
After that, the research sessions of the conference were opened with two sessions, which were hosted by the two halls of Imam al-Hassan and al-Qasem (peace be upon both of them) and within the pre-announced themes of the conference.
The opening ceremony of the conference also included the unveiling of the book "Mustadakh al-Shifa'a ila tasanif al-Shi'ah" by Mr. Ahmad Al-Hilli from the Department of Islamic and Human Knowledge Affairs. There was also an exhibition of paintings of the students and also the findings of Sheikh Agha Bazrak al-Tehrani.