Quds Day, officially in Iran known as International Quds Day, is an annual event that began in Iran in 1979, that is commemorated on the last Friday of Ramadan, expressing solidarity with the Palestinian people and opposing Zionism as well as Israel's control of Quds is that city's Arabic name.
Friendly and religious relations, based on the interests of Muslims and the Islamic World- the purpose for the Union of Islamic World Students
Ayatollah Araki, the special speaker of the closing ceremony in the 8th gathering of Islamic World Students
Ayatollah Araki to address the closing ceremony of the 8th gathering on the Unity of Islamic World Students + details
The most important accomplishment and outcome of the 8th gathering on Unity of Islamic World Students is the issue of Quds and Palestine