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International Symposium ISLAM and INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY

Kansai University will hold the International Symposium with the theme "ISLAM and INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY". The symposium aims to deepen the understanding toward Islamic-Arab regions through reports and discussion by specialists of the study. This event is free and open to the public.

Date & Time:
October 14-16, Monday-Wednesday 13:00-18:00
Multimedia AV Large Hall, Shobunkan, Senriyama Campus
 (Oct 14, Mon)
Theme: Islamic State from the Viewpoints of Islamic Law of War and International Law
"In Pursuit of the Islamic State:The Terrorists Paradigm" -Ahmed AL-DAWOODY, Assistant Professor of Zayed Univ. UAE and Al-Azhar Univ. Egypt
"Islamic State and the Transformation of Global Jihadism:Geostrategic Distribution and the Expected Scenarios" -Hamdy A. HASSAN, Professor of Zayed Univ. UAE and Cairo Univ. Egypt
 (Oct 15, Tue)
Theme: What Has the Arab-Spring Brought?---Especially on the Change of Women's Status
"Jasmine Revolution and Women's Status in Tunisia" -Tarak ABDALLAH, Associative Professor at Zayed Univ. UAE and Interim Director of the Institute for Islamic world Studies
"Democratization of Egypt and Women's Status" -Riham BAHI, Assistant Professor at Cairo Univ. Egypt
 (Oct 16, Wed)
Theme: The Preservation and Protection of World Heritage and Cultural Heritage
"The Egyptian Laws Face the Encroachment on the Heritage of Egyptian Civilization" -Hany ABOEL-AZM, General Director of the Foreign Missions Affairs & P. Committee,Ministry of Antiquities, Egypt
English and Japanese (with simultaneous interpretation)

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Kansai University
TEL: +81-(0)6-6368-1121

September 09, 2015 03:03 PM UP

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