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Scientific online meeting: Samarkand-Kazan


April 14, 2018 the webinar in turn was held between the Samarkand State University (SamSU) and the NaberezhnyeChelny branch of the Kazan Federal University (NPF KFU). The professors and teachers of the departments "History of Classical Literature", "Psychology", "Philosophy" of the SSU and the Department of Social and Human Sciences of the NPF KFU, as well as religious representatives, undergraduates and students from both sides participated in the webinar. The theme of the webinar was "Islamic civilization and spiritual security in the modern world". The agenda included questions and reports on the following topics:
I. Opening speech of the head of the Department of Social and Human Sciences of the NPF of the KFU. Doctor of Philosophy, Professor AskarGafiyatullovichKhairullin.
II. "Islam: science without borders is a medieval scientific renaissance". Doctor of Philology, Professor Jamila NasykhovnaMustafina. NPF KFU.
III. "Religious education and national security". Candidate of Sociological Sciences, Associate Professor Lilia RobertovnaMurtazina. NPF KFU.
IV. "Reflection of Islamic Spirituality in the Prose of AlisherNavoi". Doctor of Philology, Professor DiloromIsamutdinovnaSalokhi. SamGU.
V. "The Place of Religious Tolerance in Public Security as a Global Problem". 1st year Bachelor student of the Faculty of Russian Philology DalerBabayev. SamGU.
After introductory part, the religious representative, the imam of the mosque "Ruhobod" of the city of Samarkand, TurgunAmirov, spoke outside the program.
During discussions on the webinar following questions were considered:
1. What are the characteristics of Islamic civilization? In what ways can they be used to promote the development of society?
2. Necessary contribution to the development of Islamic civilization from the state and society.
3. What flaws in the scientific study of Islam, in a simple understanding of the essence of religion, led to the concepts "Islamic radicalism", "Religious fundamentalism", "Islamic terrorism", etc.? How to get rid of the "demonization" and, conversely, the idealization of Islam in the minds of people?
4. What scientific problems are relevant in terms of doctoral dissertations? What should we explore?
Further, Hazrat of Muslim mosque in Lower Chelninsk had a speech on the meeting.
In the webinar, questions on future scientific relationships between the two sides were discussed. There were suggestions given on the topics of the next webinar, which will be held in May this year.