News ID: 342430
Publish Date: 04 April 2012 - 08:25
Navideshahed: The symposium is aimed at publicizing the leading experiences in the field of training Imams and Islamologists of the following countries: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, France and Belgium.

The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri, will take part in an international symposium, organized by ISESCO, the Observatoire d’études géopolitiques (OEG) and Université de Strasbourg, on “Islam as the Religion of Middle Stance: an Example of Imams and Islamologists Training”?, in Strasbourg, France, on 5 April 2012.

This symposium is aimed at publicizing the leading experiences in the field of training Imams and Islamologists of the following countries: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, France and Belgium.

Such important axes as Islam: Religion of Middle Stance; Islamologists Training, the Experience of Teaching Foreign Languages in Egypt, Training Imams in Moderation in the Kingdom of Morocco; Training Imams and the Challenges of Modern Religious Identity in Belgium; Relationships between Muslims and non-Muslims; Moderation and the Search for a New Cultural Model; and Methods of Teaching Islamic Ethical Philosophy in European Universities, will be discussed during the symposium.

It is worth mentioning that as part of the publications of the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), ISESCO and the OEG published last year a book titled “Islam and Adaptation to the Modern World: the Necessity of Ijtihad”?. The book contained the studies presented during the symposium jointly held by ISESCO, the OEG and the Université Paris Descartes-affiliated Centre de droit international, européen et comparé (CEDIEC), at the headquarters of UNESCO, in Paris, in April 2010, on the same theme.

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The Director General of the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), Dr Abdulaziz Othman Altwaijri, will take part in an international symposium, organized by ISESCO, the Observatoire d’études géopolitiques (OEG) and Université de Strasbourg, on “Islam as the Religion of Middle Stance: an Example of Imams and Islamologists Training”?, in Strasbourg, France, on 5 April 2012. This symposium is aimed at publicizing the leading experiences in the field of training Imams and Islamologists of the following countries: Egypt, Algeria, Morocco, France and Belgium. Such important axes as Islam: Religion of Middle Stance; Islamologists Training, the Experience of Teaching Foreign Languages in Egypt, Training Imams in Moderation in the Kingdom of Morocco; Training Imams and the Challenges of Modern Religious Identity in Belgium; Relationships between Muslims and non-Muslims; Moderation and the Search for a New Cultural Model; and Methods of Teaching Islamic Ethical Philosophy in European Universities, will be discussed during the symposium. It is worth mentioning that as part of the publications of the Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (IRD), ISESCO and the OEG published last year a book titled “Islam and Adaptation to the Modern World: the Necessity of Ijtihad”?. The book contained the studies presented during the symposium jointly held by ISESCO, the OEG and the Université Paris Descartes-affiliated Centre de droit international, européen et comparé (CEDIEC), at the headquarters of UNESCO, in Paris, in April 2010, on the same theme. The End Source: ISESCO
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