K.I.C – Baghdad , on Saturday 15/2/2020
the Department of Arabic Language at the College of Imam Al-Kadhim (AS) organized a central festival to celebrate the birth of the Lady of the World’s Women, Fatima Al-Zahra (PBUH), which falls on the twentieth of Jumadi Al-Akhar in the corridors of the college.
On the annual festival, which witnessed a large and official attendance, the department head, Dr. Jassim Ja`ez, said that the festival comes within the framework of the Islamic and moral message that the college believes in in general, and the Arabic language department in particular the necessity of using this blessed day to inspire the best values and lessons across humanity and religion in the governance and reflection and conduct of parish affairs in the manner And the vision that was adopted by the lady of the women of the worlds Fatima Al-Zahra (PBUH) during her reign and her global mission to human societies.
It is worth noting that the festival, which was held with the religious school of Al-Sadiq (AS) titled (Al-Zahra (PBUH .. Untrapped Tender), witnessed many varied events in its contents and literary (poetic) and artistic forms, as well as invoking the national championships of the security forces, the popular crowd and the martyrs of the movement The reformer, who signed their fragrant blood and peaceful methods as documents of belonging to this dear homeland, along with opening words from the organizing bodies that reviewed the memory and its supreme value in the hearts of Muslims and believers.
On the other hand, the assistant professor Dr. Mortada Jabbar, responsible for the general activities of the festival, affirmed that the message that we strive and seek from this national and religious festival is to generalize that human dignity presented by the pure lady Fatima Al-Zahra (PBUH) and her religious and moral depth, which is rooted in her pure age and which was inspired by her father Rasul Humanity Muhammad bin Abdullah and her husband, Hajjah Allah, Commander of the Faithful, Ali bin Abi Talib (AS), adding that the festival is a great argument for our students in the necessity of adopting the Fatimid approach and biography in their lives and their scientific and societal projects.
To that, through the attendance of professors, employees, and students, they are happy with the festival, which supports their participants with the great Islamic symbols, especially a few of the best of the prophets and messengers (PBUH), and give them the opportunity to unleash spaces of intellectual and literary creativity to express their creative potential – especially students – that express the occasion and others in progress