Iran Roknabadi, the director general of social affairs section of Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly, told IQNA that a call for particpation at the international event has been issued and many of Ahl-ul-Bayt’s (AS) devotees have expressed willingness to attend the conference.
The Omid Noor Mahdi Cultural and Arts Institute will organize the conference in cooperation with the Ahl-ul-Bayt World Assembly in September, she said.
She added that the capital city of Tehran will host the opening ceremony of the conference and the closing ceremony of the event will be held in the holy city of Mashhad.
The official added that the three-day conference provides an opportunity for the participants, particularly Muslim women from different countries, to exchange their information about Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS).
Muslims from countries like France, Kosovo, Kenya, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Lebanon, Bahrain and India have announced readiness to attend the event, Roknabadi went on to say.
The organizers of the cultural and relligious event aim to identify the lack of religious sources and information about Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) in different parts of the world and meet the needs of Muslims in this field.
Perseverance and constancy in Fatemeh Zahra's (SA) Character, introducing Hazrat Zahra's Seerah as a role-model lifestyle, her reasons to get back the Fadak, analysis of political, social and scientific activities of Fatemeh Zahra and the role of the lady in cultural and economic Jihad (struggle) are among the themes of the conference.
The deadline for abstracts submission is July 22 and full papers should be sent not later than August 11.