On the auspicious occasion of Iran's National Nurse Day, which coincides with the birth anniversary of Hazrat Zeinab (SA), we gather to commemorate the remarkable efforts and sacrifices made by this noble lady in the care of children, especially Imam Hussein’s son Ali Zayn al-Abidin and those wounded in the Battle of Karbala.

Iran (IMNA) - Hazrat Zeinab (SA), renowned for her compassion and dedication, exemplified the true essence of nursing. In the aftermath of the tragic events in Karbala, she selflessly attended to the wounded, ensuring their comfort and well-being. Despite the overwhelming grief that enveloped her heart, she tirelessly nursed the injured, providing solace and support during their most vulnerable moments.

Her role extended far beyond mere physical care. Hazrat Zeinab (SA) offered emotional strength and guidance to the children affected by the battle. She became a beacon of hope, instilling resilience and courage within them. With her unwavering love, she nurtured not only their physical wounds but also their spirits, allowing them to find solace amidst the chaos.

The significance of National Nurse Day lies not only in celebrating the tireless efforts of healthcare professionals but also in acknowledging the exceptional role played by Hazrat Zeinab (SA). Her devotion to nursing serves as a timeless inspiration, reminding us of the profound impact one individual can have on the lives of others.

Today, as we honor the memory of Hazrat Zeinab (SA) and celebrate the contributions of nurses across Iran, let us reflect upon the noble qualities embodied by these caregivers. Their selflessness, compassion, and commitment to healing are the pillars that sustain our society during times of adversity.

On this special day, let us express our deepest gratitude to all nurses in Iran who follow in the footsteps of Hazrat Zeinab (SA). Their dedication and sacrifice continue to uplift humanity, providing comfort and care to those in need. May their noble efforts be recognized and appreciated, as we strive to emulate the spirit of compassion and service that defines National Nurse Day.

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