ESTABLISHMENT OF A
WORKSHOP IN COMPARATIVE JURISPRUDENCE THROUGH THE
INSTITUTE OF ISLAMIC STUDIES WITH THE PARTICIPATION OF
THE HAWZAH ‘ILMIYYAH OF ENGLAND
the success that comes from the divine, the Institution
of Islamic Studies affiliated with the Islamic Centre of
England and in association with the Hawzah ‘Ilmiyyah of
England will be holding a workshop in comparative
jurisprudence in September 2014.
In order to hold this course which before initiation had
already been gathering applications from those
interested in participating in this workshop, we have
invited Hujjat al Islam wa al Muslimeen Shaykh Muhammad
Sa’eed Vaezi. Shaykh Vaezi has been a teacher in the
Dars al Kharij of the Hawzah ‘Ilmiyyah of Qom and he has
been invited to open this crash workshop which begins on
the 6th September 2014 around the time of the birthday
of Imam Ali ibn Musa al Ridaa’ (as).
Just before commencing the Comparative Jurisprudence
Workshop, Hujjat al Islam wa al Muslimeen, Doctor
Shomali, the head of the Islamic Centre of England in
announcing the establishment of educational courses at
the Institute of Islamic Studies, welcomed the
participants to the program. He also expressed his hope
that the Institute would be able to hold other crash
courses in the near future.
It is also worth mentioning that the Institute of
Islamic Studies began its activities in 1998 and since
then has been engaged in a number of different
activities, such as organizing crash courses on various
subjects, holding scholarly conferences, and printing
magazines and books.