Isfahan seminary admits visiting European professors
Deputy of Isfahan seminary admitted a group of European university professors answering their questions on status of Islamic clericalism as part of their visit to Iranian historical city.
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Planned by bureau of development and international communications at the seminary, such meetings are held to provide the visitors with information on Islam and revising misconceptions on the holy religion, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
In this meeting professors from France, Belgium and Sweden discussed their thoughts on different aspects of Islam and status of Muslim clergies.
Hujjat-ul-Islam Momeni, Iranian Shia cleric provided a general introduction on Islam drawing comparison on some ideologies discussed by both Muslim and western philosophers.
Iranian cleric stressed that boosting ties among monotheistic religions are in line with preventing spread of fake faiths and extremism.
Isfahan seminary has scheduled programs for visitors introducing different aspects of Islam, based on the different Islamic occasions, to introduce the holy religion for foreign visitors as part of the academy’s efforts to bring an accurate image of the holy religion for western and non-Muslim visitors.