With the presence of Nepalese scholars;

The meeting of "Imam Khomeini (RA) reviving the identity of Muslim women" was held

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2022/05/31

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The meeting of "Imam Khomeini (RA) reviving the identity of Muslim women" was held in the presence of a number of Nepalese scholars at the Center for the Management of Women's Seminaries.

According to the news and media website of the women's seminaries, the meeting of "Imam Khomeini (RA) reviving the identity of Muslim women" with the presence of Qari Mohammad Hossein Halvaei, Mufti Mohammad Bashir al-Din, Mufti Sanjoor Mansouri Ibn Salamat Mian and Mufti Mohammad Abu Bakr Siddiqi al-Din Muslim, a number One of the scholars of Nepal was held in Shahid Soleimani Hall of the Center for the Management of Women's Seminaries.

At the beginning of the meeting, Ms. Motavalian, The Deputy Director of Research for the Country's Women Seminaries, while welcoming the scholars of Nepal  in Center Management of Women's Seminaries, said: "With the victory of the Islamic Revolution and the thought of Imam Khomeini, a special view has created on the women's community".

In the next part of the meeting, Ms. Zeinab Behjatpour, Head of the Department of Quranic Affairs and Etrat of Women's Seminaries, spoke and expressed hope that the presence of Nepalese scholars in the Islamic Republic of Iran would be the beginning of interactions and expansion of scientific and religious activities between the two countries.

She added: "According to the received news, the religion of Islam has recently been considered in Nepal, which is the result of the wise behavior and good morals of Muslim scholars in this country and the generous look of the Islamic religion towards individuals."

In the final part of the meeting, Hojjat-ul-Islam and Muslims Mojtaba Fazel, the Head of Women's Seminaries, welcomed the Nepalese scholars to attend Iran and the management center of women's seminaries in Qom, and said: the Holy Prophet of Islam, Muhammad Mustafa (PBUH) and Quran as a divine book are the commonalities of all Muslims.

He said that our guests arrived in the country on the eve of commemorating the death of the great founder of the Islamic Revolution, Imam Khomeini, adding: "We hope that these loved ones can benefit in the days when they are in Islamic Iran, and also with hands full of spirituality and Hope  return to their country.