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Religious and Spiritual Foundations and Challenges in Facing Disasters and Calamities
Strategic Capacity of the Islamic World in Facing Disasters and Calamities
The Role of Muslim Scientists and Elites in Dealing with Disasters
The Role of Media in Informing and Promoting the Culture of Cooperation in the Occurrence of Disasters and Calamities
Threats and Opportunities of Cyberspace in the Coronavirus Era for the Muslim Communities
The Post-Corona World and New Political, Social and Cultural Scenarios in the Islamic World
The Cultural, Economic and Political Challenges of the West Facing the Coronavirus Pandemic
Religious and Spiritual Foundations and Challenges in Facing Disasters and Calamities
Strategic Capacity of the Islamic World in Facing Disasters and Calamities
The Role of Muslim Scientists and Elites in Dealing with Disasters

34th International Islamic Unity Conference

Professors hail cooperation, compassion of Iranians during coronavirus outbreak

سی و چهارمین کنفرانس بین المللی وحدت اسلامی

Iranian professors and academics attending the online meeting of female experts discussing "Islamic Cooperation in Face of Calamities and Disasters" referred to the issues created following outbreak of the modern pandemic praising the Islamic Republic as a Muslim state which has turned the challenges of the pandemic into opportunities, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).

Zahra Hajjipour, professor of Iran's female seminary in Southern Khorassan province referred to the issues created by the new coronavirus outbreak and hailed the cooperation of Iranians during the pandemic infection attending the webinar of ladies at the 34th Islamic Unity Conference.

Ay Jamal Ghourchai, manager of females' seminary in Azadshahr noted the test of crisis management the world has faced following the outbreak of COVID-19 and called for mobilization to help the underprivileged countries.

Zahra Borhanzehi, deputy of the ministry of education in Iran's southeastern province of Sistan and Baluchistan stressed importance of management amid the coronavirus crisis and in post-COVID world.

"We should show flexibility in regards to the changes brought by the coronavirus" she said and called for development of religious and scientific discussions among the public.

Zahra Hajjipour, professor of Iran's female seminary in Southern Khorassan province referred to the issues created by the new coronavirus outbreak and hailed the cooperation of Iranians during the pandemic infection attending the webinar of ladies at the 34th Islamic Unity Conference.
Female thinkers and professors attended the webinar on the second day of the 34th Islamic Unity Conference on "Islamic Cooperation in Face of Calamities and Disasters" which is underway virtually due to the new coronavirus outbreak.

World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought has scheduled the online event on October 29th- November 3rd as more than 350 speeches will be made by Muslim scholars and thinkers from across the globe.