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3 January 2024 - 15:00
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A conference titled "The Greatness of Lady Fatima Zahra (PBUH)" was held in India by the Board of Shia Trustees of Maharashtra State, India.

Hawzah News Agency- under the initiative of the Shia Board of Trustees of the Indian state of Maharashtra, in cooperation with the local organizations of this region, a conference titled "Dignity of Lady Fatima Zahra (PBUH)" was held in India.

Mohammadreza Fazel, the head of the House of Culture of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Mumbai, India, a special guest of this conference, presented the virtues of Siddiqa Tahira, peace be upon her, and said,” Lady Fatima’s name is derived from Fater, which is one of the blessed names of God Almighty. No one can count the virtues and perfections of this heavenly lady.”

Hujjat al-Islam Asghar Heydari, a famous Indian speaker, said in a speech,” Lady Fatima Zahra, peace be upon her, is the pride of Mary, and her noble life should be brought to the world with such unique conferences and meetings.”

Swami Vishwasanand, the consultant of Mind Book Private Limited from Bangalore, while thanking the official of the Islamic Republic of Iran House of Culture, said,” Free Iran visa for Indian people is a commendable action and we appreciate it. It is also a matter of pride for me to participate in this great conference.”

Also, Hafiz Sheikh Sajid Ashraf Najmi, a representative of Sunni scholars, said,” The greatness of Lady Fatima (PBUH) can be seen from the fact that all the oppressive rulers of the Umayyad have died and perished, but the name of Lady Fatima is still alive today, and his virtue and honor are also shining like The Sun.”

Badi ul-Zaman Ali Hassan Khan, one of the Sunni activists, also delivered a speech in this conference and stated,” "Some people hold a grudge against the Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT).”

While thanking the participants, Hujjat al-Islam Razavi said,” Shiites respect Ahl al-Bayt, their Companions and wives, but because wives and companions are not innocent, they do not blindly believe them. And for this reason, they do not consider it obligatory to follow them because obedience requires infallibility. The Ahl al-Bayt (PBUT) came to earth with the veil of infallibility, so obeying them is obligatory.”

More than sixty researchers and poets from Mumbai and its surrounding areas participated in this big conference.

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