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20.10.2013 12:19
Yesterday the chairman of the MRB RT, mufti Kamil hazrat Samigullin on a working visit to the Chechen Republic addressed the students of the Chechen State University and the Russian Islamic University named after Kunta-Haji.
Before lunch the mufti of Tatarstan gave a lecture to an audience of a large Muslim institution of the North Caucasus in the Russian Islamic University named after Kunta-Haji. A full holl of students listened to a lecture about the opportunities for research in the mazhab and the need to follow mazhab, focused attention on the need to follow the scientist.
"Each nation had its own scientists and we need to study their work and follow their teachings," - he said. Also Kamil hazrat in his speech dealt with a number of issues of Islamic teachings. After the lecture the students were able to communicate with the mufti of Tatarstan personally and ask him their questions.
After the lecture he became acquainted with the activities of the Islamic University, looked at the audience and the surrounding area, talked with the teachers of the university.
Then, after lunch, the leader of the Muslims of Tatarstan gave a lecture at the Chechen State University. There, he told the students about the moral aspects of Islam, raised the issues of the unity of the Ummah and disagreements among scientists. In a secular university was held a very lively discussion. Students asked questions on different themes, in particular, students were interested in how young people live in Tatarstan, what trends are occurring in the Tatarstan Muslim community. Kamil hazrat gave exhaustive answers to their questions. They thanked the mufti for his visit to the Chechen State University and for the given lecture.
Recall that the Muslims of Tatarstan delegation headed by the mufti of Tatarstan Kamil hazrat Samigullin are on a working trip to Chechnya. He is accompanied by the deputy mufti Ildar hazrat Bayazitov and president of the Association of Muslim businessmen of Russia Radik Ghafurov. The trip will last from 17 to 20 October.