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Name: Muḥammad ˁAbdur-Raḥmān Muḥammad Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī.
Job title: Al-Azhar Grand Imam’s Deputy, Professor of Comparative Islamic Jurisprudence,Al-Azhar University.
E-mail: m.dwini@gmail.com
Place of birth: Mujūl, Samannūd, Al-Gharbiyyah, Egypt.
Date of birth: March 29, 1965.
Marital Status: Married, with 3 children.

Education:

  1. In May 1990, Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī obtained his BA Degree in Sharīˁah and Law, with a Very Good grade with Honors, from the Faculty of Sharīˁah and Law, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt.
  2. In 1995, he obtained his MA degree   in Comparative Islamic Jurisprudence, with an Excellent grade, from the Faculty of Sharīˁah and Law, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. The topic of the Master’s thesis was “Editing and Study of the chapter on Marriage from the manuscript of Tahdhību l-Aḥkām (Summarizing the Islamic rules) by Imam Al-Baghawī’, Shafiˁī Islamic Jurisprudence”.
  3. In 1998, Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī obtained his Ph.D. in Comparative Islamic Jurisprudence, with First Honors, from the Faculty of Sharīˁah and Law, Al-Azhar University, Cairo, Egypt. .... 

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Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Al-Azhar Grand Imam’s Deputy meets the Sudanese Minister of Endowments to discuss ways to promote joint cooperation

Al-Azhar Grand Imam’s Deputy meets the Sudanese Minister of Endowments to discuss ways to promote joint cooperation

     On Wednesday, December 23, 2020, at Al-Azhar Headquarters, Al-Azhar Grand Imam’s Deputy, Prof. Muḥammad Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī, received the Sudanese Minister of Endowments, Naṣruddīn Mufriḥ, and Dr. ˁAbdur-Raḥīm ˁAlī Muḥammad, President of the Islamic Jurisprudence Academy in the Sudan, and their accompanied delegation. The meeting was meant to discuss ways to promote joint cooperation in the fields of Islamic Missionary, and education.

     At the beginning of the meeting, Dr. Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī welcomed the Sudanese Minister and his accompanied delegation. He explained that Al-Azhar pays great attention to the Sudanese students, by allocating scholarships to them both in the fields of Islamic disciplines and applied sciences.  Aḍ-Ḍuwīnī indicated that the Egyptian and Sudanese people enjoy close ties that stem from the deeply-rooted historical relationship between the two countries.

     On his part, the Sudanese Minister of Endowments expressed his thanks and appreciation to Al-Azhar Al-Sharif and the Grand Imam, Prof. Aḥmad Aṭ-Ṭayyeb, for their constant support to the Sudanese students. He stressed the Sudan’s keenness to benefit from the Azhari approach, wishing for more scholarly efforts between the Sudan and Al-Azhar institution, and for working to set up a branch of Al-Azhar University in the Sudan to be a gateway to promote Islamic disciplines through the moderate curricula of Al-Azhar. Mufriḥ also stressed that Al-Azhar is highly appreciated by all the countries of the Muslim world, as it is the greatest Islamic edifice around the world.

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