Dept. of English Holds a Scientific Symposium Entitled “Imam Hussain (a.s.) as an Inspirer”
Faculty of Education/ Information Section … In collaboration with Ameer Al-Muamineen Translation Centre, Dept. of English in the Faculty of Education holds a scientific symposium entitled “Imam Hussain (a.s.) as an Inspirer”. It is attended by the dean of the faculty, Prof. Dr. Ali Khdhayir Hejji, and a number of lecturers, researchers and students. Al-Hejji mentions that the symposium conveys a meaningful information message via presenting a linguistic, literary and educational reading of the Hussainian Revolution and its reflections on many civilizations and confirming the nature of the individual and collective interaction of Imam Hussain’s Blessed Revolution. On her part, Dr. Wiam states that the symposium sheds light on the character of Imam Hussain (a.s.) in various linguistic, literary and translation subjects in English and Imam Hussain’s affair as a rich source of inspiration for the western and oriental thought in addition to the universality of the affair. Al-Bayyati adds that the symposium includes some related researches. The first is presented by Mr. Muhammed Edan Al-Mensuri from the Holy Shrine of Imam Ali. It is entitled “Translation Issues Concerning Imam Hussain (a.s.)”. The second paper is by Asst. Prof. Dr. Mithal Medlool Chillab. It is entitled “Western and Oriental Philosophers’ Visions about Imam Hussain (a.s.)”. The third is by the lecturer Majid Hameed Al-Hechchami under the title “Imam Hussain (a.s.) in the Arab Theatre”. In the fourth paper, Lecturer Raid Abdulhasan Al-Banoon discusses the convincing tools in Ashuraa Speeches. In the fifth paper, lecturer Hind Bilal examines the description and writing in the two plays, Imam Hussain’s Voice and Gathering of Lions. Asst. Lecturer Nada Abu-Ghnaym presents the last paper in the symposium under the title “Critical Analysis of Zainab (a.s.)’s Speech in Yezeed ben Muaawiya’s Palace.