Education: 54th Shariah Course for judges starts

Islamabad: 54th Shariah Course for judges, law Officers, Public Prosecutors & Registrars started at Shariah Academy of the International Islamic University, Islamabad IIUI.

Dr. Anis Ahmed, Vice Chancellor, Riphah International University, Rawalpindi was the chief guest at the inaugural ceremony of the course. While addressing to the inaugural ceremony Dr. Anis Ahmed said that there are ambiguities created regarding Shariah and Islamic Law in the society.

He considered that the education system of our country could not explain the features of Islamic Shariah to the students. Dr. Anis said that it is the responsibility of the Islamic state to provide, education, health and food to the public.

On the occasion Director General Shariah Academy, Dr. Tahir Mansoori said that Pakistan came into being as an ideological state but unfortunately no due importance has been given to Islamic law even instead a subject in the education system. He urged that Islamic law should be permanently included in the syllabi.

Upon the role of Shariah Academy Dr. Mansoori said that the academy is regularly organizing courses for the law associated peoples with special focus on Islamic law and in future we will try to extend these courses to the college level.

He also expressed that the academy will soon start course on “family law in Islam”. Dr. Habib ur Rehman, Course coordinator briefed the participants about the contents of the course.

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