IQNA

9:00 - August 04, 2020
News ID: 3472178
TEHRAN (IQNA) –  A national conference planned to be held in Iran’s holy city of Qom to discuss “Islamic Resistance in View of the Holy Quran” has been delayed for the second time.

 

According to Hojat-ol-Islam Mohammad Sadeq Yusefi Moqaddam, head of the Islamic Culture and Sciences Research Center, it had been slated to be organized in February but was postponed to August 22-27 due to the coronavirus outbreak.

It was again delayed to September 19-24, he told IQNA.

According to the cleric, there will be discussions on the themes of the conference every day in the form of scientific panels.

‘Discourse-making and method of resistance in view of the Quran’, ‘concepts, foundations and principles of Islamic resistance in view of the Quran’, ‘models of resistance in view of the Quran’, ‘achievements of resistance in view of the Quran’, and ‘challenges of resistance in view of the Quran’ are the main themes of discussion at the six-day event.

The Islamic Culture and Sciences Research Center and Qom Seminary’s Islamic Development Office will organize the conference in cooperation with a number of other organizations and institutions.

 

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