I guess in this issue I will confess that I missed everyone in the ZamZam magazine, because it had become part of my life and every single month I and my colleagues tried to offer an interesting compilation of diverse articles to the readers of this magazine.
The landscape of childhood in the 21st century increasingly involves technology. As information and communication technologies (ICTs) become ubiquitous in homes, schools, libraries, and play spaces, children are plugged-in and online with greater frequency and at a younger age.
Tabriz is the center of East Azerbaijan Province in Iran. Next to Tehran and Mashhad, Tabriz is the largest city of Iran which is located in North West or the Azeri region.
Everyday new inventions change our world. Many inventions are only registered, but there are cases that have influenced our life considerably, mobile phones undoubtedly are one of them....
In Islam childhood is considered with hope and aspiration, it is viewed as something to look forward to, seek and long for. When it is achieved, ...
Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) was born in the year 570 CE (53 years before the Hijrah) in the town of Mecca, a town in the high desert plateau of western Arabia. His name derives from the Arabic verb Hamada, meaning "to praise, to glorify."
Most of the works of Al-Biruni are in Arabic although he wrote one of his masterpieces, the Kitab al-Tafhim apparently in both Persian and Arabic, showing his mastery over both languages.
White Cane Day, as an international awareness raising event, celebrates the importance of the white cane and promotes a safe environment for long cane users
Imam Ali al-Naghi (a.s.) known as Imam Hadi – the tenth leader of Shia Muslims – was born on the 15th of Zul-Hajja, 212 AH. His father – Imam Javad (a.s.)
"...l hope people everywhere will join in observing this Day (Nowruz). At a time of crisis, upheaval and change, including in the very regions where the holiday is rooted, let the spirit of Nowruz prevail."