- Published: 10 July 2015
Hajrudin Somun, Bosnian doyen in international political journalism and diplomacy, promoted his book “Palestinian Nakba” at the Ibn Sina Scientific-Research Institute on the Ibn Sina Forum held on Wednesday, July 8th
- Published: 06 July 2015
“Palestinian Nakba”, authored by Hajrudin Somun, will be promoted on the Ibn Sina Forum on Wednesday, July 8th 2015. Besides an objective analysis – based on historical facts and valid documents – of the decades-long Palestinian crisis including its most direct causes and motives from the beginning of the 20th century, Hajrudin Somun, Bosnian journalist, publicist and diplomat, also included in the book his fifty-year long direct experience. The book is aimed at both the general public and researchers on issues of the Middle East. H. E. Razeq Namoora, ambassador of Palestine to Bosnia and Herzegovina, will talk about the book along with author Hajrudin Somun.
The promotion will be held in the amphitheatre of the Ibn Sina Institute in Sarajevo, starting at 6:30 pm.
- Published: 02 July 2015
Office for Social Care of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Ibn Sina Institute Organized Seminar on “Social Role of Religion”
- Published: 30 April 2015
The Ibn Sina Scientific-Research Institute in cooperation with the Office for Social Care of the Islamic Community in Bosnia and Herzegovina organized a three-day long seminar on “Social Role of Religion” for imams, from April 27th to the 29th 2015. Twenty-four imams from Mufti units in Bosnia and Herzegovina attended the seminar that was held in Hotel “Terme” in Ilidža.
- Published: 29 April 2015
The Mashihat of the Islamic Community in Croatia with the Ibn Sina Scientific-Research Institute and the University of Zagreb organized an international scientific symposium on “Islam and the Media”. The aim of the symposium was, on the one hand, to examine different aspects of how Islam is treated in the media and, on the other hand, how Muslims perceive the role of the media. Twenty-eight papers were presented in which authors tried to give answers and their views on today’s situation as far as the aforementioned relations are concerned. What follows is a release with the most important standpoints from the two-day long symposium.