Seventy children of non-Iranian seminary students of al-Mustafa International University visited Razavi Holy Shrine.
In an interview with Astan News correspondent on the presence of primary students in the Razavi Holy Shrine, principal of Mashhad’s Noor al-Mustafa primary school stated, “Children of non-Iranian seminary students of al-Mustafa University were very eager to have a group visitation from Hazrat Reza’s (A.S.) Holy Shrine and enjoying the spiritual atmosphere of this sacred place. Fortunately, this desire came into reality thanks to the great favor of Hazrat Reza (A.S.) and also cooperation of Astan Quds Razavi”.
Zahra Aba Baf said, “With approval of Astan Quds Razavi, seventy students from eleven nationalities attended Razavi Holy Shrine and enjoyed its religious-cultural programs. These nationalities included Afghanistan, Pakistan, India, Tajikistan, Nigeria, Colombia, and Azerbaijan”.
“Noor al-Mustafa primary school was opened by al-Mustafa University in 1394-95/ 2016-17 educational year. At the time being, students of eleven nationalities who are children of non-Iranian seminary students are learning religious sciences in this school”, he continued.
Director of Charity Institute of Imam Sadeq (A.S.) who coordinates presence of different region’s students in the Razavi Holy Shrine stated, “Since the beginning of the current year, various groups of students such as children of resistance martyrs from Syria, Iraq, and Bahrain, students from deprived parts of the city, and also other parts of the country have been invited to the Razavi Holy Shrine and banquet hall”.
Sadeq Aghili said, “Many different cultural and religious programs have been provisioned for this group of students, cooperating with Assistance of Sacred Premises and General Office of Public Relations and Media Affairs of Astan Quds Razavi”. He also said, “This pilgrimage will definitely leave deep and unforgettable spiritual effects on these dear students”.