Supervised by Iranian Cultural Center and under the name of “Advocacy Guidance” | Al-Nour centre conducts introduction courses on “AlulBayt” ideology in Al-Mayadeen city, in return for financial incentives and food baskets
Deir ez-Zor governorate – Syrian Observatory for Human Rights:
As part of its efforts to expand among Syrians in general, and in areas east of the Euphrates in particular, taking advantage of the difficult living conditions of the people in the area, SOHR sources have reported that the Al-Nour centre of the Iranian Cultural Center and under the name of “Advocacy Guidance”, held introduction courses on “AlulBayt” ideology for all the people in the region of all ages.
According to Syrian Observatory sources, the courses are focused on the Shiite doctrine and its historical figures. The centre promises to anyone who passes the final tests with a financial reward of 100,000 Syrian pounds and a food basket.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, through publishing news and reports on Iranian expansion in Syria, does not discriminate between the spectrum of the Syrian people with their different ethnic and religion affiliations, but only highlights the exploitation of the difficult living conditions of the people by the conflicting parties and the continuous use of religion.
On February 25, Syrian Observatory activists said that the command of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) bound all local members of its affiliated militias to undergo a sharia course under the name “Feqh Mazhab Ahl Al-Bait”, with the aim to teach the local members the bases of “Shi’ism”. According to SOHR sources, the local members of IRGC-backed militias, at orders of an Iranian commander known as “Haj Dahran”, started the sharia course a few days ago. It is worth noting that Iranian and Iraqi “Mu’amimeen” (top instructors) are supervising these courses which lasts for 15 days.