Islamic university on the way
By The Copenhagen Post
The Islamic Faith Society will co-operate with a leading Islamic institute to provide graduate courses for Danish Muslims
Well-educated Danish Muslims will soon be able to take Islamic university-level courses in law, economics and international relations here in the country, reports Berlingske Tidende newspaper.
The Islamic Faith Society will begin offering graduate courses in conjunction with the Al-Azhar University in Cairo, one of the most renowned religious and intellectual institutions in the Muslim world.
Bilal Assaad, chairperson of the Islamic Faith Society said: 'Instead of Danish Muslims having to travel to Egypt or other Muslim countries, we feel that it would be advantageous for them to take graduate courses here in Copenhagen.'
1) Islamic university on the way