The bell for the beginning of the new Iranian school year was rung 15 days earlier than September 22 in the presence of the Minister of Education and some officials through video conferencing attended by President Hassan Rouhani after nearly seven months of closure.101/216
Tehran (IP)- Education Minister Mohsen Haji-Mirzaei stated that Iran treats all of the students in the same way and foreigners receive the same services as Iranian students do.
Isfahan (IP) - The night of Ashura in Iran also called Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning 'the night of oppressed', was held across Isfahan on Sunday night.
Despite the coronavirus pandemic, Shi'a Muslims around the world, observing the health protocols, held mourning ceremonies for Imam Hussein. 207/104
Yazd (IP) - The night of Ashura in Iran also called Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning 'the night of oppressed', was held across Yazd province on Sunday night.
Shiraz (IP) - The night of Ashura ceremony, called 'Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning “the night of oppressed” was held in the shrine of Ahmad Ibn Musa (AS), known as 'Shah Cheragh' in Shiraz, the capital of Fars province, southern Iran.
Tabriz (IP) - The traditional and religious ritual of candle lighting in mosques and religious places was held on Ashura eve in Tabriz, the capital of East Azerbaijan province, northwestern Iran.
Rasht (IP) - These days are the end of rice harvest from the farms in Gilan province in northern Iran.
Millions of Muslims around the world are commemorating Tasu'a, the 9th day of the lunar calendar month of Muharram, ahead of the day that witnessed the martyrdom of the third Shia Imam al-Hussein Bin Ali [AS].
Bandar-Abbas (IP) - On the occasion of Tasua, the ninth day of Muharram, people mourned in Ghadir Park in Bandar Abbas, the capital of Hormozgan province in southern Iran.