“The Maturidiyya Teachings and the Present”

“The Maturidiyya Teachings and the Present”

On June 16, 2021, the Imam Maturidi International Scientific Research Center under the International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan plans to hold an online scientific-practical symposium on “The Maturidiyya Teachings and the Present.”

In recent years, large-scale work has been carried out in Uzbekistan to study the lives and rich scientific heritage of thinkers and scientists who have made an invaluable contribution to the development of world science and to convey their scientific legacy to the international community. In particular, the establishment of the Imam Maturidi International Scientific Research Center, established on the initiative of President Shavkat Mirziyoyev, is an important part of the systemic reforms in the field of religion and enlightenment.

In order to inform the international community about the life and rich scientific heritage of Imam Maturidi and his followers, as well as the teachings of Maturidiyya an international online scientific-practical symposium on “The teachings of Maturidiyya and Present Time” will be held by the Imam Maturidi International Scientific Research Center under the International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan. Partner organizations of the event are international organizations such as ICESCO, IRCICA, Institute of Islamic Understanding Malaysia (IKIM), Al-Azhar Islamic Research Academy, Imam Maturidi Research Center of Seljuk University, International Islamic Academy of Uzbekistan, the Center for Islamic Civilization in Uzbekistan, Imam Bukhari International Scientific Research Center, and Imam Tirmidhi International Scientific Research Center.

The symposium is expected to be attended by the members of the International Scientific Board under the Imam Maturidi International Scientific Research Center, representatives of the Ministry of Higher and Secondary Special Education, the Committee on Religious Affairs, the Muslim Board of Uzbekistan, the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, the Tashkent State Institute of Oriental Studies, local and well-known foreign scientists, the world’s leading research institutions, researchers conducting research in the field, and the scholars of Islamic studies and Maturidiyya teachings from more than a dozen countries, including the Arab Republic of Egypt, Jordan, Turkey, Germany, Sweden, France, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Russia, Malaysia, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan, and Afghanistan.

The Imam Maturidi International Scientific Research Center serves as an important platform for introducing the doctrine of Maturidiyya to the world and conveying moderate teachings in the Islamic world to the international community.

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