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Eiman Oasis lectures to commence in Sharjah next Tuesday in participation of 16 scholars

June 29, 2014 ,

Organised by Shurooq in mosques in Sharjah, Khorfakkan and Kalba

Click here to view the Eiman Oasis lecture schedule.
The Ramadan educational and awareness activity ‘Eiman Oasis’, an initiative of Sharjah Investment and Development Authority (Shurooq), will commence in Sharjah on Tuesday evening 3rd of Ramadan 1435 H, for the 9th consecutive year and will take place in collaboration with the Sharjah Islamic Affairs Department.
The 29 scheduled lectures will be delivered by 16 scholars and preachers and will tackle various religious, educational and daily life topics. Lectures will be held at Al Salaf Al Saleh Mosque in Sharjah, Omar Ibn Al Khattab Mosque in Khorfakkan, and Al Huda Mosuqe in Kalba, which will host 12, 11, and 6 lectures, respectively. Lectures are scheduled every evening after Taraweeh prayers from 3rd to 14th of Ramadan.
The list of scholars, preachers, and mosque Imams who will be featured in the 9th Eiman Oasis’ lectures includes Sheikh Idham Al Fadhli, Dr Mohammed Hisham, Prof Dr Saleh bin Saad Al Sahimi, Prof.Dr Abdulrazak Al Bader, Dr Abdullah Al Kamali, Dr Saleh Abdulkarim, Dr Abdulsalam Al Showaer, Dr Abdulaziz bin Jibrin, Sheikh Khalid Mohammed Al Qahtani, Dr Mohammed Ghaith, Sheikh Yousef Al Hamadi, Sheikh Khalid Ismael, Sheikh Hisham Al Housani, Sheikh Mohammed Abdullah Al Hamadi, and Sheikh Ahmed Mubarak Al Mazrouai.
The lectures’ details will be announced on Shurooq’s website and through social media. For more information or any inquiries please call 0504888689 or 0509900320. Lectures will also be broadcasted live on the following website www.shurooq.drosuae.ae
It is worth-mentioning that Eiman Oasis lectures have gained wide public interest and support in Sharjah and the other emirates over the last eight years, and have helped support people’s experience and knowledge and build bridges of communication with Islamic scholars and experts in religious, social, and human affairs.
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