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Indo-Pak ulema aims to equip future religious leaders in contemporary global context

India and Pakistan, in the contemporary global context, seek to equip future religious leaders with the tools to work, discuss and contribute confidently to Islamic thought.

Indo-Pak ulema aims to equip future religious leaders in contemporary global contextDhoha: The Hamad Bin Khalifa University (HBKU) College of Islamic Studies (CIS) recently organized a Winter Intensive School for participants in the Madrasa Discourses Project.

The project initiative was founded and is led by Dr. Ebrahim Moosa and Dr. Mahan Mirza, faculty members at Notre Dame University in Indian, USA.

India and Pakistan, in the contemporary global context, seek to equip future religious leaders with the tools to work, discuss and contribute confidently to Islamic thought.

Participants are challenged to interpret religious and moral teachings in the light of pluralistic cultures, developments in science and technology, and human integrity and creation.

Forty Madrasa graduates attended the Winter Intensive School at CIS, which complemented the course’s intensive training held via videoconferencing over a three-year period and offered an annual opportunity for participants to meet and actively participate in coordinated readings and open discussions on contemporary societal and global context.

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