Arab Teacher Union directors visit Imam Hussein Shrine

In a meeting gathered directors of Teacher Unions from different Arab countries and Iraqi directors of Teacher Unions, Imam Hussein Shrine shed light upon the importance of the teacher’s role in building generations and confronting the intellectual and cultural challenges, in addition to educating Arabs to face the extremists’ ideology of labeling others as infidels.

International Poetry Contest run by Imam Hussein Shrine Sponsored by the Secretariat-General of Imam Hussein Shrine, an international poetry contest has been run at Imam Hussein Shrine + Photos

 More than 200 poems from Iraq and other countries participated in the contest, and 10 poems were chosen as the best ones in the contest. Ali Kadhim Es-Sultan, preparatory committee in charge, said that the purpose of running such contests is to develop the poets’ skills in poetry and have them write poems on the Ahlul-Bayet (Peace Be Upon Them). He added that among the countries that participated in the contest were: Iraq, Lebanon, Bahrain, and Saudi Arabia.

First phase of basement project achieved

The engineering staff of Imam Hussein Shrine has completed the first stage of al-Ra’s alShereef Gate basement project, which is an integral project to al-Hujjeh and al-Shuheda’ basement projects.

Turkish Parliament: Imam Hussein's martyrdom great lesson for humanity

A group of the Turkish parliament has recently visited Imam Hussein Shrine. Nehmed Ghalib Aughlu, parliament member, said, “We have been raised hearing the deplorable tribulations of the Ahlul-Bayet, peace be upon them, and what they went through is a great lesson for us to learn.”

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