Contemporaneity of Oral History Conference and Awarding Prize of the Best Sacred Defense Book

Maryam Asadi Jafari
Translated by Ruhollah Golmoradi

2019-02-19


The closing ceremony of eighteenth period of selecting the best book of Holy Defense will be held on March 03, 2019, coincident with the second National Conference on Oral History of Holy Defense.
As reported by Iranian Oral History Website, according to plans of managers of the Foundation for Preservation of Relics and Publishing Values of Holy Defense, the 2nd National Conference on Oral Defense of Holy Defense and the closing of eighteenth term of selecting the Best Sacred Defense Book will be held on one day.
Ishaq Jahangiri, the first vice president, will be specific speaker of the ceremony, and Sardar (general) Gholamali Rashid, Commander of Khatam-al Anbiya Central Headquarters, and Ashraf Boroujerdi, head of NLAI will be other speakers.
The closing ceremony of eighteenth selection of the best Holy Defense Book (specific for years of 1395 and 96 SH) will be held by effort of Literature Department of Foundation for Preservation of Relics, and introduce and appreciate 20 better work in various literary and research fields.
The 2nd National Conference on Oral History of Holy Defense will be also held by presenting several panels, book launch of 100 new works in field of oral history and introducing the 5 best works among them.
The conference hall of NLAI will host these two holy defense research conferences from 8:00 a.m. on March 3rd.



 
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