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The Department of Arabic and Islamic Studies, institutional home to four of the most distinguished programs at Georgetown University: • The Undergraduate Programs in Arabic • The M.A and Ph.D. Programs in Arabic and Islamic Studies • The Division of Eastern Mediterranean Languages (Hebrew, Persian, Turkish) Although we teach four languages in the department, Arabic remains at the center of what we do. Indeed, the need for area-studies specialists with advanced proficiency in Arabic has never been greater or more compelling. As Americans struggle to build a better understanding of the Arab world, its society, its religion, and its culture,…

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About the Center The National Center of Excellence aims to advance the knowledge and understanding of the rich traditions and modern complexities of Islam, and to profile Australia’s strengths in the field of Islamic studies. The Center will also assist in developing a national and regional response to needs in research, teaching and community engagement.The Center was established in 2007 with funding from the Australian Government. Three Universities The National Center of Excellence for Islamic Studies will provide access to academic expertise at the University of Melbourne, GriffithUniversity and the University of Western Sydney. The University of Melbourne has taught…

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Center’s Objectives 1-Show the glory of Islam in its dealing with new issues. 2-Identify Islamic systems and their characteristics. 3-Identify human rights issues in Islam. 4-Deal with youth issues and their problems. 5-Deal and emphasize women issues and their rights in Islam. 6-Clarify Islam’s position towards terrorism. 7-Clarify kingdom of Saudi Arabia’s position towards global temporary issues. 8-Be attentive to new issues of the Islamic world. 9-Implement and promote the culture of dialogue. 10-Identify contemporary civilizations and implement agreements of continuity of dialogue among the Islamic civilization and other civilizations. Working Methodology 1-Organize international conferences and seminars that specialize in…

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Introduction The Muslim World League is an international non governmental Islamic organization based in the Holy City of Makkah. It is engaged in propagating the religion of Islam, elucidating its principles and tenets, refuting suspicious and false allegations made against the religion. The League also strives to persuade people to abide by the commandments of their Lord, and to keep away from prohibited deeds. The League is also ready to help Muslims solve problems facing them anywhere in the world, and carry out their projects in the sphere of Da’wa, education and culture. The League, which employs all means that…

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In 1404 A.H., the Commission on Scientific Signs of the Qur’an and Sunnah was founded in response to a resolution issued by the World Supreme Council of Mosques, in its ninth session. In 1406 A.H., the World Supreme Council of Mosques accredited the establishment of the Commission on Scientific Signs of the Qur’an and Sunnah whose first general secretary was his eminence, Sheikh `Abd al-Majid az-Zindani. Its headquarters was established in the Muslim World League in Makkah and consequently several branches were established within Saudi Arabia and others outside, to achieve its goals. In 1423 A.H, the Constitutional Council of…

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Abbreviation of the Center’s Name to IRCICA And the Center’s Logo Abbreviating the Center’s name was not a straightforward procedure. In 1983, members of the Executive Committee agreed on the necessity of having an abbreviation, however, pronouncing the combination of the initials (R.C.I.H.A.C.) was impossible. After giving it some thought and considering all possible combinations, the Executive Committee conceived (I.R.C.I.C.A.) which contained the letters I for Istanbul or international, R for Research and C for culture. It was easy on the ear and easier to pronounce. In a short span of time, the Centre came to be identified with this…

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International Center for Researches and Studies MEDAD The Vision Towards Enabling the Charitable and Philanthropy Business Mission We area research center working to supporting and strengthening the structure of the charitable business within the international scope that takes place through addressing strategic and applied studies on scientific & professional basis depending after the almighty Allah on the documented information and the experts from anywhere. General Purposes of the Center: • Studying the reality of the charitable business and outlook its future. • Authentication the concepts of the charitable business. • Studying and analyzing the variables of the charitable business. •…

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The Islamic Society of North America (ISNA) is an independent, open and transparent membership organization that strives to be an exemplary and unifying Islamic organization in North America by contributing to the betterment of the Muslim community and society at large. ISNA is committed to freedom, to eradicating prejudice and to creating a society where Muslims can live peacefully and prosper alongside other Americans from all walks of life and diverse traditions and faith. ISNA was founded by Muslims in North America for the purpose of establishing an open, pluralistic platform for presenting Islam, supporting Muslim communities, developing educational, social…

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The idea first took shape in the minds of the leaders of the Islamic renaissance movement at the dawning of a new age with the awakening of Muslim Ummah. Since the middle of the 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, the prospect of creating such an organization entertained the highest hopes of many reformers and leaders who called for the achievement of Muslim reunification and orderly action in order to serve the best interests of the Islamic nation. This initiative was also set as one of the main objectives of Islamic unity since it was first projected…

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The Islamic Fiqh Academy (IFA) is a subsidiary organ of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC), created by the Third Islamic Summit Conference held in Makkah al-Mukarramah (Saudi Arabia) in Rabiul Awwal 1401 H (January 1981). It is based in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia). Its members and experts are selected from among the best scholars and thinkers available in the Islamic world and Muslim minorities in non Muslim countries, in every field of knowledge (Islamic Fiqh, science, medicine, economy and culture, etc. http: www.fiqhacademy.org.sa/

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