Wednesday 23 January 2019 \

 

Dagestani Mufti congratulated Muslims with 12th of Rabiul Awwal

Mufti of Dagestan, Sheikh Ahmad-Afandi, congratulated Muslims of the country on the occasion of the 12th of Rabiul-Awwal - the birthday of the Best of the Creations of the Most High, the Prophet Muhammad. 

 

International and interfaith conference held in Omsk

Muftiyat of Dagestan in cooperation with the plenipotentiary of the Government of the Republic of Dagestan in the Omsk Region and with the participation of the Siberian Muftiyat organized an international and interfaith conference in Omsk, on November 18.
 
The event was assisted by representatives of the National Assembly of the Republic of Dagestan and the Ministry of National Policy and Religious Affairs of the Republic of Dagestan.
 
 

13.1 million rubles to be allocated for the advanced training of Islamic teachers

St. Petersburg State University is ready to spend 13.1 million rubles for the improvement of the professional skills of Islamic teachers. Relevant documents published on the portal of public procurement.
 
In particular, teachers will have to study the issues of "contextual understanding of ijtihad" and "topical issues of the Hanafi fiqh."
 
The university will spend another 1.5 million rubles on foreign internships for Islamic teachers in Minsk and Paris.
 

IV Republican sports games among Muslims held in Tatarstan

The IV Republican sports games among Muslims were held in the sports and recreation complex of the village of Khlystovo in the Elabujskiy district. Teams from 16 districts of Tatarstan competed in such sports as mini-football, arm wrestling, tug-of-war and lifting weights.
 
 

China to overtake France as top travel destination by 2030

China is set to overtake France as the world’s number one tourist destination by 2030 as a growing middle class in Asia looks to spend more on travel, according to experts at market research group Euromonitor International.
 
In a report published Tuesday at an industry conference in London, Euromonitor said it is predicting there will be 1.4 billion trips made in 2018, up 5 percent from last year. Stronger growth in many major economies mean industry receipts will rise by an estimated 11 percent.
 
 

'Cryptocurrency can be used among Islamic countries'

A common cryptocurrency system should be formed for use among Islamic states, said Erol Yarar, chairman of the International Business Forum (IBF).
 
He stated that the U.S. keeps down money transfers, imposes sanctions on the international market, and causes crises in countries by using the dollar. 
 
"In IBF, this year, we will discuss the term 'monetary pluralism' to create a fairer and healthier trade environment," he said. 
 
 

Lack of school toilets puts 620 million children in danger: report

A lack of proper school toilets threatens the health, education and safety of at least 620 million children around the world, the charity WaterAid said in a new study published on Friday.
 
Children at one in three schools lack access to proper toilets, putting them at risk of diarrhea and other infections and forcing some to miss lessons altogether, according to the study, based on data from 101 countries.
 
 

Free mosque tours to teach more about Islamic culture launched in Dubai

Have you ever wondered what Muslims do at the mosque or what a mosque is?
 
In an initiative for both tourists and residents, the Islamic Information Centre (IIC) has launched a free-for-all 'mosque experience' where they are inviting people of all faiths and nationalities to attend their weekly tours of one of the most beautiful mosques in Dubai. The aim of the tour is to demystify any misconceptions they may be having about Islamic and Arabic culture.
 
 

Iran to nominate Islamic capital of environment and sustainable development

Iran is making plans for nominating a city as the Islamic capital of environment and sustainable development at the Islamic Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (ISESCO), the deputy education minister for international affairs has said.
 
The possible inclusion of an Iranian city in ISESCO list will make the cities environmentally friendly in line with achieving sustainable development goals, Gholamreza Karimi who is also a secretary general at ISESCO national commission and a member of ISESCO executive council explained. 
 

Malaysia dominates the Islamic economy

Malaysia can lay claim to be the center of the world’s global Islamic economy, but the United Arab Emirates (UAE) is hot on its heels, according to new research.
 
The “State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2018/19,” commissioned by the Dubai Islamic Economy Development Centre (DIEDC) and produced by Thomson Reuters, shows a narrowing gap between the two hubs. The Islamic economy is the Muslim-majority countries that have financial sectors and economies which comply with Islamic law.
 
 
 

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