Hyderabad to host international seminar on Prophet Muhammed

Hyderabad, Feb 18 (IANS) An international seminar on the life and ways of Prophet Muhammed will be held here from February 21 to February 23.

Eminent Islamic scholars from across the country and also from countries like Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Nepal, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh will participate in the three-day seminar.

All India Muslim Personal Law Board president, Maulana Syed Mohammed Rabey Nadwi will inaugurate the seminar is being organized by Al Mahadul Aali Al Islami (Institute for research and specialisation in Islamic sciences), Hyderabad.

Maulana Mohammed Khaled Saifullah Rahmani, who heads the institute, told reporters on Thursday that Telangana Deputy Chief Minister AMahmood Ali will also address the event.

He said the seminar was aimed at projecting the pristine life and ways of Prophet Muhammed.

“The growing acceptance of Islam among humanity across the East and West and its impact on young generation is troubling anti-Islamic forces around the world who are spreading misconceptions about Islam and Muslims through various media channels and indulging in blasphemy,” he said.

Maulana Rahmani believes that lack of knowledge about the true teachings and tenets of Islam is one of the major reasons for this situation.

Scholars of different religions will deliver their speeches on topics including “Prophet Muhammed and Geeta”, “Vedas, and Prophet of Islam”, “Prophet Muhammed and Biblea, “Prophet Muhammed and Gurugranth Saheb” and aceProphet Muhammed and Buddhism”.

The seminar will conclude with a public meeting.

Maulana Wali Rahmani, Mufti Ashraf Ali, Professor Saud Alam Qasmi and Saudi Scholar ASheikh Mohammed Abdul from Ummul Qura University in Makkah will be among the eminent Islamic scholars who will address the seminar.

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