SHAFAQNA – A series of sessions on Islamic issues has been planned to be held from July 31 in Quetta, Pakistan.
The city’s Khatam-ul-Anbiya Mosque will host the first session at 6 p.m. local time today.
Muslim scholar Hojat-ol-Islam Liaqat Ali Murtazawi will discuss the concepts of monotheism, humanism, modernism, realism, idealism, and atheism in the session.
The main objective of the program is to promote Islamic knowledge among the students and academic who play influential roles in Islamic-cultural fields and disseminate religious concepts in the society.
“Identifying Paths of Ilhad (atheism)” is the title of the sessions to be organized for university students, teachers and academic figures.