Date posted: May 10, 2014
Around 100 Islamic scholars from many parts of the world gathered at İstanbul Congress Center at ijtihad conference organized by Yeni ümit and Hira Magazines.
The two-day long symposium will focus on issues on ijtihad on Islam. Professor Suat Yıldırım will chair the symposium.
Source: Cihan , May 10, 2014
Tags: Hizmet (Gulen) movement | Islamic World | Turkey |
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