At the beginning of the ceremony honoring 213 male and female graduate students from Thailand for the academic year 2020/2021, which was organized by the Thai Embassy in Cairo, the Thai students were keen to receive Dr. Muhammad Al-Dhawini, the Undersecretary of Al-Azhar, and the delegation of Al-Azhar Al-Sharif, by presenting the national anthem of the Arab Republic of Egypt, in appreciation From them to take care of Egypt and Al-Azhar for them, in a sign indicating the return of favor and love in our beloved Egypt.
The Undersecretary of Al-Azhar said that the pursuit of knowledge is a religious obligation and a civilized requirement, and God has ensured to raise the status of science and its people, explaining that the celebration of the hard-working and diligent students who devoted their time throughout the year to the acquisition of knowledge comes in appreciation of these efforts, if less What can be presented to them is to express, through this ceremony, the extent of Al-Azhar’s pride in their efforts, encouraging them to do more..
During the graduation ceremony for Thai students from Al-Azhar University, the Undersecretary of Al-Azhar stressed that Al-Azhar pays great attention to its expatriate children, as they are its ambassadors in their countries, and works to overcome the various obstacles they face so that they are polished with the moderate approach in order to spread peace in various parts of the earth. Especially the students and Muslims of Thailand, for several reasons, the most important of which is: The Muslims of Thailand provide an ideal model for the application of the jurisprudence of coexistence that recognizes and invests diversity.
It is worth noting that the scholarships offered by Al-Azhar to Thai students have reached; 128 scholarships, and the number of scholars reached about (2,400 students), as well as members of the Al-Azhar mission in Thailand, which number (17) envoys, who practice advocacy tasks and spread the teachings of Islam throughout Thailand, in addition to their active role in Teaching male and female students Sharia sciences and the Arabic language, to the extent that they call the Azhari envoy “the owner of the language” and everyone benefits from it, including male and female students and teachers, and even the community around him through lectures and lessons in mosques and religious activities.
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