The World Federation’s Islamic Education Department is pleased to launch of the much demanded publication: ‘180 Questions: Enquiries About Islam, Vol 1’, on Practical Laws in e-book format.
On 1st June 2019, an event was organised primarily by the Shia youth wing of the Islamic Centre of the World Federation of KSIMC with the help of Orison Charitable Trust, in the capital city of Nepal, Kathmandu. The Brotherhood Iftar Party is the first interfaith activity that has been observed to have brought peace and harmony among the various religious communities in the country. This particular event is the most significant amidst the numerous other interfaith activities that have been devised since the establishment of The Islamic Centre of the World Federation in Kathmandu in July 2018.
Despite the hapless incoming hailstorm, a gathering of a 120 individuals, many of whom were refugees, consisted of Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Shia converts and Sunni Muslims. A significant number of Hindu audiences that participated in the iftar mentioned how beautiful the event was for them and how they came to know about the month-long fasting, for the first time in their lives, and the logic behind it. Their attendance was complimented by the arrival of chief guests of the program, including Dr Raju Budhathoki, Director of Kathmandu Teaching Hospital and Mr. Farhad, Director of International Meridian School of Kathmandu. All attendees experienced gratitude towards having witnessed the presence of religious leaders and spiritual personalities in addition to the famous individuals that were present that evening.
On the occasion of the brotherhood interfaith Iftar party, Maulana Md. Zainul Abedin, Resident Alim of the Islamic Centre, presented information about Ramadan, emphasised the importance of fasting along with the meaning of sharing, and answered several questions from the audiences whilst referring to the Holy Quran and the beautiful traditions of Ahlulbait (A.S). On the topic of the benefit and logic of fasting, a captivating speech in English was delivered by a Hindu guest Krishna Kuwar who is also the Principal of a renowned school in Kathmandu. Three Shia students and community members also delivered an informative speech on both, the scientific and the spiritual, benefits of fasting.
The 3rd Youth Course for Girls aged 10 to 14 years was organised by The World Federation India Office from 23rd to 25th Dec 2014. 36 first time students attended the 2 days and 2 nights residential course and came from all over India.
Presidents Letter for Community Members and Leaders about the guidance received from the office of His Eminence - March 2019 in French