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HBKU Islamic Faculty Hosting Sharia Workshop

The Islamic Faculty of Hamadbin Harifa University will host a series of Shariah workshops entitled Shariah’s Purpose for Civil Society. Separate workshops for men and women will focus on the impact of Islamic law and how it can help build a just society.
CIS Comparison Dr. Mohamed El-Gammal, Associate Professor of Fiqh, will begin a women’s workshop on January 10th at the CIS Auditorium in Minaretainville. Some of the points covered in this series include how to solve modern problems in the Islamic context and how to promote compassion in society.
In the second lecture, we will look at the role of ethics and modern values ​​in Shariah. The third lecture focuses on connecting and compassion for people, and the fourth lecture focuses on Shariah’s purpose and solving modern problems.
Dr. Elgamal said: “It is important to put Shariah in a modern context, take pride in being a Muslim, and make sure that believers apply the rules to their daily lives. In these workshops, Shariah’s concept and We emphasize that basic principle. We encourage all members of the community to participate. “
All workshops will be held in the educational city of Minaretainville and will be conducted in Arabic. The Women’s Series will be held on January 10, 17, 24 and 31 between 4 pm and 6 pm. The Men’s Workshop will be held on January 11th, 18th, 25th and February 1st from 4pm to 6pm.
The first men’s workshop will discuss the meaning and purpose of religion, the discretion to believe it, and the levels and mechanisms that preserve it.
The workshop will explore the role of moral values ​​in Islamic Shariah and their relevance to their goals. Shariah’s purpose in connecting with people, being cooperative and humane, and its impact on promoting safety and development. A statement was added that Shariah’s objectives apply to modern problems.



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