Discussion of Obstacles to Islamic Propagation at Ahl-ul-Bayt World Assembly
With the theme “Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS); Pivot of Rationality, Justice, and Dignity,” the gathering was held in Tehran and Mashhad.
Attended by hundreds of visitors from more than 110 nations.
On the final day of the event, speakers spoke about the difficulties Shia Muslims face in spreading Ahl-ul-Bayt’s (AS) teachings.
One of them, Muhammad Haidar from Mali, claimed that each civilization has its own standards for tabligh (propagation).
Given how frequently young people use the internet, he said that Tabligh may gain greatly from using the internet.
Australian Zayd al-salami elaborated on Shia Muslims’ activities in his nation as well as the problem of Islamophobia and Shiaphobia there.
Mustafa Ghulam Abbas of Kuwait suggested in his speech that a scholars’ assembly be established to settle disputes among Shias.
The decisions reached by the several commissions were made public later on the gathering’s last day.
To name a few: planning to take advantage of Shia elites’ potential; restoring the rights of Shia minorities using the legal frameworks of various nations; fostering ties among Shia cultural, economic, social, and political centres; supporting and outfitting active Shia centres; launching a movement to increase media insight; instructing young people on how to create content for the internet; organising gatherings of economic activists, establishing a network of Shia women who work in the field, and highlighting the contribution of Muslim academics in spreading knowledge of the value of economic cooperation.
Other decisions made during the assembly included the creation of research and development centres, a focus on the need for investment in less developed regions where Shia Muslims reside, the creation of women’s societies in various nations, and the promotion of their initiatives.
Iran is home to the Ahl-ul-Bayt (AS) World Assembly, a global non-governmental organisation.
It was established in 1990 by a group of Shia elites with the goal of locating, uniting, educating, and assisting members of the Household of the Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).