This session, which was under the supervision of Sayed Haydar Al-Musawi, one of the employees of the Institute's branch in London, was of two-pronged (theoretical and practical) and following a special program fully compatible with the nature of the session and the level of the participants, as it was prepared by the Institute's branch in the British capital London.
Sheikh Deauddin Al-Zubaidi, the director of the Centre of the sciences, interpretation and printing of the Holy Quran, has spoken about this session, saying: "Within the objectives for which the branch of the Holy Quran's Institute was held is to embrace the Quranic competencies in London, in order to develop their level through their participation in specialized Quranic courses such as this session, so they are prepared to be able to teach their peers, whether in London or elsewhere."
Adding: "The course was also punctuated by questions of the participants and answers of the supervisor. The program followed was in accordance with the narrations and Hadiths of Imams of Ahl Al-Bayt (peace be upon them). And we have found a significant interaction with the given information that was put forward in an easy and simple manner far from any kind of complexity, as the Institute does not depend only on the program, but also on how to deliver the Quranic information, which had a direct impact on the participants in this session."
Al-Zubaidi concluded: "At the end of this session, certificates have been distributed to the participants who have expressed their thanks and gratitude to the Al-Abbas's (p) holy shrine for the opening of this branch."
It is to note that the aim of opening a branch of the Holy Quran's Institute in London is to provide services in Quranic studies, according to the vision of the Imams of Ahl Al-Bayt (peace be upon them), and to be Quranic teaching source added to a series of Institute's branches scattered in most of the provinces of Iraq, being the firstfruits for opening more branches outside Iraq.