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Monday 24 Jul 2017 1724 Learners Benefited from ZHIC IslamicCulture Program The number of students benefited from ZHIC Islamic culture program during the first half of summer 2017 hit 1724 at Al Ain head office and respective branches in Abu Dhabi and Ajman
The number of students benefited from Zayed House for Islamic Culture (ZHIC) Islamic culture program during the first half of summer 2017 hit 1724, at Al Ain head office and respective branches in Abu Dhabi and Ajman. The said number is part of the 2516 enrolled students in the program. Which included 615 students at introductory level, 522 at level one, 398 at level two, and 189 at level three. In this regard, Dr. Nedal al Tinaiji, the General Director of ZHIC related that the Islamic culture program provides courses for new reverts including the basics of jurisprudence, creed, prophetic biography and transactions. The four level courses run in a number of languages to meet the needs of the new reverts. Moreover, Dr. al Tinaiji pinpointed that the courses of the Islamic culture program executed during the first half of the current year 2017 at Al Ain head office reached 141. Whereas 206 and 141 courses ran in Abu Dhabi and Ajman branches respectively to reach 488 courses in total. It is worth noting that these courses are delivered in 9 international languages, focusing on coexistence in Muslim society and its role in integrating new reverts. Besides introducing non-Muslims to the essence of Islam and its sublime message, including religious and moral values to contemplate. Furthermore, Dr. al Tinaiji added that the program was designed out of the actual need of the segment in question, with the right ideology yielded from cooperation with local and international academic institutions. In this connection, ZHIC curricula includes five books for the basic stage translated into 13 languages. On the other hand, 20 books in four languages are prepared for the intermediate and advanced stages to be translated into other seven languages during the coming years.

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