Iran's Islamic center mulls Kurdistan capacities to host Islamic Unity Conference
Deputy of Iran affairs at World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought has met with a number of Shia and Sunni figures in the Sunni-inhibited Kurdistan province as part of preliminary observations of the region to host annual Islamic Unity Conference.
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Mohsen Meschi in his visit to Kurdistan province had separate meetings with religious figures and executives in Kurdistan province to discuss the capacities in the region ahead of the Islamic Unity Conference 2022 to be held in mid-October, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Mohsen Meschi met with Hujjat-ul-Islam Boroumand Razyani, director of the Organization of Islamic Promotion in Kurdistan Province as the cleric announced preparations for cooperation with the upcoming Islamic Unity Conference.
He held a separate meeting with senior Sunni scholar, Mamusta Haj Sheikh Loghman Hafez Naziri, member of the Ifta council in Sanandaj and a war veteran who fought with former Baath regime of Saddam Hussein.
Deputy of Iran affairs at World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought also met with Hujjat-ul-Islam Mohammad Karvand, director of endowments and charity affairs (awqaf) and also doctor Uthman Yousefi, director of the University of Islamic Denominations in Kurdistan Province.
He related on programs to launch international programs at the academy and also investment on the university in a bid to attract students from other countries.
The delegation from headquarter of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought visited Kurdistan province in a bid to assess the capacities and weigh the conditions for Islamic Unity Conference to be held in Kurdistan Province.
A number of Shia and Sunni scholars, executives and professors from the University of Islamic Denominations met with the visiting deputy of Iran Affairs to discuss the necessities and capacities of Kurdistan Province to host Islamic Unity Conference 2022.