‘Ask al-Azhar’ ini­tia­tive to cor­rect mis­con­cep­tion of Is­lam’

Daily Trust - - ISLAMIC FORUM -

State Min­is­ter of Im­mi­gra­tion and Egyptian Ex­pa­tri­ates, Am­bas­sador Nabela Makram, an­nounced Wed­nes­day that al-Azhar’s on­line gate is avail­able, through the min­istry’s web­site and Face­book, to re­ceive ex­pa­tri­ates’ in­quires on dif­fer­ent re­li­gious top­ics.

Makram pointed out that the new ini­tia­tive works to­wards the min­istry’s vi­sion and goals of en­hanc­ing the com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween Egyptian ex­pa­tri­ates and al-Azhar schol­ars and by spread­ing the cor­rect more mod­er­ate con­cepts of Is­lam.

Ex­pa­tri­ates can send their in­quiries and ques­tions on the “Ask al-Azhar” tab af­ter reg­is­ter­ing on the fol­low­ing link: http://ex­pats.emi­gra­tion. gov.eg/Reg­is­tra­tion/regis­ter, Makram said, not­ing that ex­perts in dif­fer­ent ar­eas of Is­lam will be ready to an­swer ques­tions promptly.

The min­istry for­merly co­or­di­nated with al-Azhar when it ar­ranged a meet­ing be­tween Grand Imam Ahmed al-Tayeb and mid­dle-aged Egyptian im­mi­grants. (Egypt In­de­pen­dent)

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