AA prepares to hold Democratic Islamic Society Conference

The Religions and Beliefs Office in Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria is working to end the preparations to hold the Democratic Islamic Society Conference scheduled to be held in the end of April, with the participation of hundreds of Islamic figures from inside and outside the Syrian territories.

The Religions and Beliefs Office in the Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria intend to hold a Democratic Islamic Society Conference in Amuda city on the 27th-28th of April and the Office is now working on finishing the preparations for the conference.

The conference will continue for two consecutive days. The first day will discuss the definition of true Islam and return it to its net sources. The second day will be for the main members whose number is 300 members, as the rules of procedure of the conference will be read and a head for the Islamic Conference will be elected.

The conference will be attended by 800 Islamic figures from inside and outside Syria, including 300 delegates from religious institutions.

During a meeting with the co-chair of the Religions and Beliefs Office in Autonomous Administration of North and East of Syria, she pointed out that their main objective of the conference is to introduce the true Islam, return it to its net sources, and to root out the extremist ideology that had been planted by Daesh mercenaries.

Aziza Khanafer hoped that the conference would contribute to the re-clarification and rectification of Islam after it was distorted by the groups that dominated the region successively.

She pointed out that the conference coincided with the elimination of Daesh mercenaries, who killed and displaced civilians in the name of Islam, and the work as much as possible to dry their sources by fighting the extremist ideology that had been planted throughout his period of their control over the region.

It is worth noting that this conference is the third of its kind after the conference of Amed and Istanbul.

(T/S)

ANHA

 


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