An international symposium was held at the Academy

The Central Asian region is recognized as one of the centers of world civilization. Over the centuries, our ancestors made an incomparable contribution to the development of world civilization and left behind rare works related to various fields of science.

Admittedly, in recent years, attention has been increasingly paid to the values of Islam in Uzbekistan. Studying the pure religion of Islam in our country and applying it to the social life of our society is one of the important issues.

In line with this objective, an international symposium titled “Wisdoms from Islamic civilization in the development of the nation” was organized at the International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan. 

This conference was organized in cooperation with the International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan, the Center of Islamic Civilization in Uzbekistan and the Malaysian Institute of Islamic Understanding. 

The event was attended by various esteemed individuals, including the rector of the Academy, Uygun Gafurov, the director of the Center of Islamic Civilization in Uzbekistan, Shoazim Minovarov, the chairman of the Malaysian Institute of Islamic Understanding, Muhammad Nur Manuti, representatives from the institute, employees of the Center of Islamic Civilization, professors, teachers, and master's students of the Academy.

The Academy's rector highlighted the significant attention given by our state's leader to the study of our distinguished scholars and their scientific legacy, as well as the cultivation of young minds in line with their ideas of knowledge and tolerance. In this context, he acknowledged that our country was entering the Third Renaissance under the President's initiative.

During the symposium, lectures were delivered on various topics, including “Who needs the lessons of wisdom from Islamic civilization?”, “CULTURE OF Malaysia” as a civilizational project”, “Abu Hafs Nasafi’s role in the development of Islamic sciences”, “Islam and the development of science: lessons from the history of Malaysia”, “Ethical works of Ibn Sina and their characteristics”, “State wisdom of Islamic civilization” and "Contribution of Musa al-Khorezmi to the development of exact sciences in Islamic civilization”.

The speakers provided detailed information about Central Asia's historical role in the advancement of Islamic civilization and the intellectual and spiritual heritage of the region's scholars. 

The symposium fostered lively discussions and question-and-answer sessions, leaving a profound impact on the participants. Ideas were exchanged on the prospects of continued scientific and practical collaborations with partner organizations.

Press service of the International Islamic

Academy of Uzbekistan

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