Qom's cultural week in Lebanon's closing ceremony was held at Nabatieh at the presence of aa number of Qom and Nabatieh's authorities.
According to Ahlul Bayt News Agency – ABNA – Qom's cultural week in Lebanon's closing ceremony was held at Nabatieh at the presence of aa number of Qom and Nabatieh's authorities.
This ceremony began with reciting the holy Quran by an international reader named Ali Alizadeh. After that, the national anthem of Iran and Lebanon was played it was followed by a set of programs such as a display of Karate moves by Lebanese athletes and other similar programs.
Wherever Iran goes, victory and blessings follow
In the following, Dr. Ahmad Mahmud Kahil, the governor of Nabatieh said in his speech: "we thank Islamic republic of Iran and its people and authorities and surely wherever Iran goes, victory and blessings will follow."
He also said: "Nabatieh is the city of Imam Hussain (AS) and thanks to the presence of the people of Qomwe could smell Jamkaran's mosque and Masoumeh (SA)'s shrine's scent all the way here in Nabatieh."
He continued: "many efforts were made for this event to be held, both by Iranian and Lebanese authorities and Qom and its history was introduced to us in this exhibition and I thank all those who contributed to this event in any way, specially the governor's deputy and Iran's cultural advisor in Lebanon."
Quds will stay in Palestine's capital forever
In the followings Dr. shariatmadar, Iran's cultural advisor in Lebanon stated: "Qom's cultural week in Nabatieh was successfully held and achieved its goals and made both sides eager for the future events and contracts must be fulfilled in order to prepare for the next collaborations and events."
Iran's cultural advisor in Lebanon pointed to Hezbollah's victory in Lebanon's parliament election and said: "this victory was pleasant news to us, but savage invasion of Israel's army against the people of Palestine's rally against moving the U.S embassy to Quds in which rally more than 60 innocent people of Palestine were killed was extremely sad news for us."
He continued: "together with Iran we condemn this massacre and announce that Quds will remain Palestine's capital forever."
Shariatmadar also said: "I thank all those who helped us with this event specially the people of Nabatieh who participated in this event or visited it because without them this event would not be possible to hold."
Jerusalem will be for Palestine forever
Qom's deputy of visitor affairs also thanked the authorities of Iran and Lebanon and also the people of Lebanon for helping and attending this event and said: "we hope that the visitors enjoyed this event and for this event to pave ways for future events and collaborations."
He also said: "hopefully we will hold next events with more size and more advancements."
He asked people of Lebanon to use Iranian products instead of the products which the countries who support Israel produce and said: "Qom has high productive abilities in different fields and can meet the required standards."
He also stated that Qom is ready to hold Lebanon's cultural week in it.
In a another part of his speech he condemned the U.S for moving its embassy to Jerusalem and reminded: "just as Imam Khomeini said, Israel should be destroyed."
Alipoor: "the world should know that Jerusalem belongs to Palestine forever and hopefully we will see Israel's demise soon."
Some of Qom's artistic handicrafts were given to Hezbollah and Nabatieh's Municipality as gifts.
In the following the authorities responsible for holding this event such as Nabatiieih's governor, Iran's cultural advisor in Lebanon were praised; the exhibitors participating in this event were also appreciated by various gifts.
It is worth mentioning thatYunesAlipoor,Deputy of Qom's visitor affairs, Mohammad Mahdi Shariatmadar, Iran's cultural advisor in Lebanon and Ahmad Mahmud Kahil, Nabatieh's governor and a number of Qom and Nabatieh's authorities, as well as a wide set of Nabatieh's people were present.
Qom's cultural week in Lebanon ended at May 15th, Tuesday in Nabtieh, Lebanon.