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MoIC holds seminar on ‘Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’

۱۷حمل سیمینار علامه سید جمال الدین افغانی در بغ بابر از طرف وزارت اطلاعات فر هنګ ع خیر محمد 3

KABUL: International seminar on ‘Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan’ was held in Kabul by Ministry of Information and Culture.
In the seminar held with participation of leading body of the MoIC, a number of government officials, the country’s academic and culture figures, scholars from India, Pakistan and Egypt and a number of foreign and domestic guests, acting minister of information and culture Hasina Safi spoke related to personality and works of Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan and said: “Afghanistan is the cradle of nurturing scholars, cultural figures, historians and academic figures who are the honor of not only Afghanistan nation but the entire world.”
Acting minister of information and culture said that Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan was also one of the country’s proud personalities.
“Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan was a flag-bearer of freedom and modernity who felt the pain and deprivation of society in particular the Islamic society and struggled towards freedom and awakening of the people,” Hasina Safi added.
Afterwards, message of President Mohammad Ashraf Ghani was read out by deputy minister of culture and art for information and culture Prof. Mohammad Rasoul Bawary.
“In the past 100 years, lots of researches have been carried out in connection with personality, thoughts and struggles of Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan, but efforts and visions of him are significant enough as they have great messages for current society and the next generation,” the message said.
Meanwhile, the messages of chief executive Dr. Abdullah Abdullah was read out by deputy minister of publication affairs for information and culture Fazil Sancharaki. In his message, the country’s chief executive said: “Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan was the unmatched genius of the east and a great honor of our land.”
At the end of the first day of the seminar, six volumes of books that were written about Alama Sayed Jamaluddin Afghan and published by MoIC were distributed to the participants of the seminar.
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