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KCSR launches its first webinars in Ramadan

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On Monday, April 4, 2022, the Karbala Center for Studies and Research at the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain “AS”, organized a scientific webinar titled “The holy month of Ramadan and the popular traditions between countries.”


The webinar was delivered by Dr. Amal Al-Asadi (Iraq), the author Ahmed Ragab Shaltout (Egypt), and the journalist Sondos Al-Asaad (Lebanon), the journalist Mortadha Al-Talbi (Bahrain), as well as the Islamic researcher Maryam Al-Miqdad (Tunisia.)


The webinar was ran by Assistant Professor Dr. Hussein Al-Mujab from Iraq.


More than (340) participants with various scientific and research disciplines were attended the webinar via the "Free Conference Call" application. Those participants were from various Arab and Islamic countries such as Iraq, Bahrain, Egypt, Tunisia, Lebanon, Jordan, and others.



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