The University and the Saudi Cultural Attaché organize a lecture on moderation in Islam


Within the framework of cooperation and enhancement of their joint relations, the university, represented by the Islamic African center and the Saudi Cultural Attaché in the Embassy of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques in Sudan, organized a lecture entitled (Moderation and its importance in Muslim societies), presented by Dr. Abdullah bin Ibrahim Al-Luhaidan, dean of the higher institute for Dawah of Imam Muhammad bin Saud Islamic university in Riyadh on Wednesday morning, November 15, 2017 after the noon prayer at Al Rawdah Masjid.

The lecture was attended by His Excellency Mr. Ali Hassan Jafar, the ambassador of the custodian of the two holy mosques to Sudan, the Saudi cultural attaché, and a group of teachers and students of the university. He also addressed the concept of moderation in Islam, inference from the verse “Thus We have set you up as a moderate nation”  Chapter (2) sūrat l-baqarah (The Cow).

Indicating that the moderation has manifestations and the foundations on which it is based to build upon for giving Dawah to people and we are a nation committed to a great religion is the seal of religions that came to save humanity and correct it.

He pointed out his virtue in his talk to a number of pillars on which the medium is based on Islam and the most important are goal, reporting, justice and charity (and do be benefactors for that Allah loves the benefactors) (and tell the people well)


At the end of his valuable lecture, he explained that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia was interested in this aspect and established many of the chairs and centers to seek the medium of knowledge and aims to achieve and propagate the moderation of moderate Islam where there is no neglecting, and no extremism.





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