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Cambridge hosts training session for British Muslims
University of Cambridge collaborate with
Egyptian students to offer training session to teach them about pastoral
care, interfaith working and community leadership
The first course launched by Al-Azhar University in collaboration with the University of Cambridge has come to an end.
Al-Azhar University in Cairo offered British Muslims studying at the
Prince Alwaleed Centre of Islamic Studies in Cambridge the chance to
attend its Imam training. The course was especially designed for young
British Muslims studying in Darul Ulooms (Islamic seminaries) which
often produce future Imams and Muslim chaplains.
The 15 week programme hoped to provide students with a challenging
series of seminars, lectures and personal study assignments that will
help them with potential roles as leaders in their faith communities.
During the course, students spent time
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