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Commemoration ceremony held on 40th day of terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada Girls’ High School, Kabul

Commemoration ceremony held on 40th day of terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada Girls’ High School, Kabul

Participants in the webinar “Why the Shiites are oppressed in Afghanistan; Strategies to strengthen the Shiite community”, called for identifying and punishing the perpetrators of the terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada Girls’ High School in Dasht-e Barchi, Kabul.

Terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada High School, Kabul, one of most catastrophic terrorist incidents of contemporary era: Ayatollah Ramazani

Terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada High School, Kabul, one of most catastrophic terrorist incidents of contemporary era: Ayatollah Ramazani

On the 40th day of the terrorist attack on Sayed Al-Shuhada Girls’ High School in Dasht-e Barchi, Kabul, and the martyrdom of tens of innocent fasting student girls, a commemoration ceremony was held by AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly on Thursday, June 17, 2021, at 5:00 PM Kabul and Tehran time.

 

Photos: “The necessity of participating in the election” meeting held in ABWA headquarter in Qom

Photos: “The necessity of participating in the election” meeting held in ABWA headquarter in Qom

Thursday, 17 June 2021

The meeting “The necessity of participating in the election” was held on the morning of Wednesday, June 16, 2021, in the prayer hall of the headquarter of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly in Qom, by the speech of the Hojat al-Islam Ahmad Ahmadi Tabar, Deputy Secretary-General and Deputy for the Cultural Affairs of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly.

Participating in election, religious obligation: Ahmadi Tabar

Participating in election, religious obligation: Ahmadi Tabar

Tuesday, 15 June 2021

The Deputy Secretary-General and Deputy for Cultural Affairs of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly emphasized, “The region’s reactionaries have invested in preventing the Iranian people from participating in the elections. Therefore, in these conditions, attending the elections based on the orders of the Imam Khomeini and the Supreme Leader is a religious and national obligation.”

 

Women are most suffered by acts of terrorism: Adeleh Mashhadi

Women are most suffered by acts of terrorism: Adeleh Mashhadi

Senior expert on private law said, “Due to their characteristics, women suffer the most in terrorist acts, and it is easier and less expensive for terrorist groups to use women than men.”

 

Hazara Shiites in Afghanistan exposed to genocide: Mohammad Ali Juya

Hazara Shiites in Afghanistan exposed to genocide: Mohammad Ali Juya

A faculty member of Al-Mustafa International University said, “Since 2001, we have witnessed widespread and organized attacks against Hazara Shiites. The attacks targeted mosques and Hazara educational centers. Afghanistan’s Hazara Shiite population is at risk of genocide.”

 

Afghan Shiites, more exposed to terrorist attacks than others: Muhammad Awaz Etemadi

Afghan Shiites, more exposed to terrorist attacks than others: Muhammad Awaz Etemadi

Ph.D. in Criminal Law and Criminology said, “Afghanistan’s Shiites, especially the country’s Hazaras, are more vulnerable to terrorist attacks.”

 

The martyrdom of Afghan Shiite girls wounded the hearts of the Islamic Ummah: Ahmadi Tabar

The martyrdom of Afghan Shiite girls wounded the hearts of the Islamic Ummah: Ahmadi Tabar

The Deputy of Cultural Affairs of the AhlulBayt (a.s.) World Assembly, hojat al-Islam Ahmad Ahmadi Tabar, “The tragic martyrdom of these martyrs wounded the hearts of the Islamic Ummah. A group of students in western Kabul was attacked by terrorists, and the Muslim Ummah mourned.”

 

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