Muslims embrace virtual darasa
Many Muslims have resorted to holding virtual teachings and discussions amidst the Covid-19 pandemic.
At the moment, a number of virtual darasas are being held and among these are ones held by The Saneeh Institute in partnership with Take University.
The two institutions have organised a number of online discussions to teach and enlight Muslims around the world, about Islam and the world perspectives.
There project is called “The Project on Religious Freedom and Society in Africa,” in which virtual lectures are held. This month’s theme is “Religion And Corruption In Africa: An Islamic Perspective,” which will take place on 27th Oct.2021 at 14:00 to 16:00 GMT.
This month’s discussion will be spearheaded by Dr. Walusimbi Abdul Hafiz, a lecturer and scholar of Sharia at Makerere University and the Islamic University In Uganda(IUIU) and Hajia Ayishetu Abdul-Kadiri.
Next month, the same project will continue and it’s theme will be ,”Boko Haram: An Islamic Or Terrorist Group?”.
Muslims have been urged to attend these discussions since they are free.