IIUI Shariah Academy organizes 3-day course on ‘Family Law in Islam’

City Reporter

Shariah Academy of International Islamic University organized a three-day course on “Family law in Islam” in which around 100 lawyers and law students of twin cities participated.

The course was aimed at highlighting the peculiar characteristics of Muslim family institution, while interactive sessions also critically examined issues in Muslim Family law.

The participants were enlightened by the learned resource persons to evaluate the family law of Pakistan in the light of Shariah and analyze the leading judgments in the higher judiciary in family matters.

President IIUI Dr. Hathal Homoud Alotaibi was chief guest of the concluding ceremony also attended by Vice President (A&F), Dr. N.B. Jumani, Vice President (Female Campus), Dr. Farkhanda Zia and officials of the shariah academy.

The resource persons included Dr. Habib ur Rehman Chairman Department of Iftah and Distance Education of Academy, Dr. Muhammad Munir Professor FSL, Hafiz Ahmed Waqas Chairman Department of Training of Academy, Dr. Saqib Jawad Civil Judge, Dr. Shams ul Haq Amin, Chairman Department of Research and Publications of Academy and Dr. Mat iur rehman Senior Advisor Federal Shariat Court.

Speaking on the occasion, IIU President said that Shariah Academy is one of the vital institutions of the university.

He said that the management is working to introduce international fellowship program at the academy.

Appreciating the role of Shariah Academy, the President said that it is a source of training and research on the salient topics.

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