By|Abeer Almadawy

Cairo

The Tanzanian ambassador in Cairo, Mohammed Haji Hamza, paid a private visit to Al-Azhar at the end of his diplomatic term in Egypt and before his return to his country

The Grand Imam of the Al-Azhar University, Dr. Ahmed Al-Tayeb, welcomed the Tanzanian Ambassador to the Al-Azhar Al-Sharif after receiving and welcoming his visit and wishing him more success during his next term of office.

Sheikh Al-Azhar said that Alazhar is ready to offer more support to Muslims in Tanzania.and the door is opened before the Tanzanians scholars to study at Al-Azhar in Islamic and practical colleges and to recruit Tanzanian imams to train them in a program designed to deal with contemporary issues and problems such as terrorism and atonement.

For his part, the Tanzanian ambassador Mohammed Haji Hamza said that Al-Azhar's pluralistic approach has maintained the stability of societies not only in Egypt but throughout the world, especially in Africa, where Al-Azhar still plays a major role in spreading the true religion of Islam, through Al-Azhar envoys to Africa and receiving African students. To study in Al-Azhar, pointing out that his country looks forward to further cooperation with Al-Azhar in all fields since the Al-Azhar graduates have had a positive impact on achieving community peace.

 

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