Naming one of the Qeshm park camps after a female donor

The Friday prayer leader of Qeshm city, the chairman and CEO of Qeshm Free Zone Organization and a group of deputies and managers of this organization attended the house of the fisherman’s family (the late Gholampour) and appreciated the God-pleasing action of the deceased family in donating the organ.

According to the economic observation and quoting the public relations and international affairs of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization, Hojjatoleslam and Muslims Meysam Tarom in this meeting with condolences and tools of sympathy with this family, said: “It is very difficult for a family to lose family members.” But you have done a great job with this God-pleasing and humane act, which only great human beings with a generous heart can do.

The Friday Imam of Qeshm, stating that organ donation is a great work, said: Organ donation is a deal with God Almighty and a valuable work, and this self-sacrifice and dedication that is taken from the school of Ahl al-Bayt (AS) and religious teachings will last forever. It is eternal, which certainly has a high reward and nearness before God.

He added: “Certainly, the people who are at the forefront of this self-sacrificing behavior and the families who have agreed to donate their loved ones, know that their self-sacrifice and devotion has always been and will remain forever.”

Hojjat al-Islam wal-Muslimin Tarim pointed out in the end: “One of the greatest and most important achievements of such actions is modeling and learning from the lasting self-sacrifice of donor families.”

According to this report, Hamid Reza Momeni, Chairman of the Board and CEO of the Qeshm Free Zone Organization, also announced at the ceremony that he thanked and kept alive the name of the deceased, who revived several of his compatriots by donating his organs; One of the park parks under construction on the island is named after him.

I have to say; Nadieh Gholampour, a 34-year-old mother from Qeshm, who had lost hope due to brain death by doctors, was revived by donating her organs.