The "International Seminar on Contemporary Islam" was attended by personalities from various countries and was delivered by Dr. Mohammad Hossein Mokhtari, Head of the Islamic Denominations University in Radan-Fath University, Indonesia, and attended by a delegation from the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Islamic Denominations University.
Speaking in English on "Contemporary Islamic Thought," Dr. Mokhtari said: "Today Islam is no longer confined to the geographical boundaries of several Islamic countries, but has crossed the cultural, ethnic and linguistic boundaries of the nations of the world and is one of the Important religions are progressing at an increasing rate.
The head of the Islamic Denominations University, pointing out that this expansion was at the same time enjoyable, suffered from a kind of ideological divide, stating: Thoughts on contemporary Islam can generally be found in the form of rational Salafism, Western religious revivalism, Protestantism. Religious deprivation and divine religion as well as the civilization movement led by Imam Khomeini Rahmtullah as the sole architect of the twentieth century.
He noted: These thoughts have similar and sometimes highly contradictory intellectual coordinates, which has necessitated the need to discuss these thoughts and schools.
Dr Mokhtari said: elements such as excitement, brain dry, anti-Westernism, passivity against the tide of modernity and political thought based on religion can be considered as the most important factors in the emergence of these currents.
In another part of his speech, he outlined each of these schools and their coordinates, and how did they arise and evolve through questions such as the Islamic thinking that dominates the Islamic world? What are their intellectual coordinates? Who were the influential thinkers of these currents? And what is the trend of Islamic developments in the last half century? Explore these questions and answer them.
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