With the joys of the birth of the pure imams in the month of Sha’ban, and on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of the savior of humanity, the awaited Imam Al-Hajja (A.S), Dar Al-Zahraa (A.S) charitable schools for orphans held a celebration on the occasion for their students, in the presence of a group of religious and social figures from inside and outside the country.
The ceremony began with the recitation of a verse from the Holy Qur’an, followed by a welcoming speech for one of the school’s students who attended, then His Eminence Sheikh Ali Bahsoun, representative of His Eminence (may Allah prolong his life) in Syria and Lebanon delivered a speech on the occasion, in which he blessed the gathering to commemorate this fragrant occasion, conveying the peace and greetings of His Eminence (may Allah prolong his life) and highlight the directives he emphasizes on such occasions as commemorating these occasions.
Sheikh Ahmed Al-Durr Al-Amili also recited a number of muwashahat and nasheeds about the virtues and virtues of the Ahl al-Bayt (peace be upon them), where the joy, happiness, and pleasure spread to the attendees who interacted with what was read on the occasion.
His Eminence Sheikh Ali Najafi (his support), the Secretary-General of Al-Anwar Al-Najafia Foundation, honored the students who have reached the age of majority, pointing in his speech to the importance of diligence, diligence, and follow-up in the scientific journey and progress in Iraq.
The celebration continued with the reading of poems and words by a number of students and a number of other activities.
For his part, Mr. Safaa Al-Ayfari, director of the schools, explained that the schools celebrate this occasion every year in the midst of the joys of the holy month of Sha’ban, with active participation from inside and outside the country, while honoring a number of orphaned students, and holding a celebration to draw joy on their faces. It is worth mentioning that the celebration has been held for both male and female students separately.