Holding the 25th weekly webinar on Islam and contemporary issues
In an era where so many of people are working or studying from home and have more flexible timetables, Islamic Centre of England is holding few live interactive webinars in different topics such as weekly webinar on Islam and contemporary issues.
The weekly webinar on Islam and contemporary issues is held live every Monday at 18:00 on virtual networks such as Zoom, YouTube and Facebook, but exceptionally this week it was held at 18:30 due to coincidence with Maghrib prayer.
The twenty-Fifth session of this webinar, which was held on Monday, March 8, 2021, dedicated its topic to the following subject:
“Social Justice & it’s importance in our society”
In this meeting, which was addressed by HIWM Sayyed Mohammad Razavi, he spoke for 50 minutes on the subject of the meeting.
HIWM Sayyed Mohammad Razavi was born into a religious scholar’s family in the holy city of Qum, Iran in 1960 and was graduated from Islamic Seminary of Qum.
He started his theological studies under the supervision of his father and continued under many prominent scholars such as Ayatullahs Noori Hamadani, Nasser Makarim Shirazi, Ja’far Subhani, Mousavi Tabrizi, Mohammad Shirazi, Kazem Shariatmadari, Mesbah Yazdi, Montazeri, Motahhari, Douzdouzani, Etemadi, Sheikh Ali Panah, Alavi Gorgani, Modarress Afghani, Wojdani, Majd Faqihi, Mohsen Qara’ati, Mehdipour, and Dr. Ghaemi, Dr. Mahmoud Hakimi and Dr. Ezzati.
Since his arrival in UK, Sayyed Razavi has worked with or assisted many organizations such as the S.I. Education Society; the Islamic Centre of England; Mahfil Ali; the Islamic Universal Association; Hayderi Imam Bargah; the al-Khoei Centers in London and Swansea (Wales); and AIEC of Fatimah Zahra in Huntsville, Alabama in the United States. He has delivered speeches and lectures in numerous educational and religious establishments and organizations in the UK, Europe, Canada, USA, the Caribbean Islands and Australia, New Zealand, Japan and Guyana in South America and played an active role in Interfaith matters.
Sayyed Razavi delivers lectures in Persian, English, and Urdu and sometimes in Arabic.
In addition to the above, Sayyed Razavi has lectured for foreign students in the Hawza Ilmiyyah in Qum and the Hawza Ilmiyyah Imam Husain in London. Beside these lectures, he has also provided private tutorial services for Islamic seminary students in Qum and London.
At the second part of the meeting in the Q&A section, asked a question raised by the participants in the meeting and the speaker answered it.
The session, which lasted 55 minutes, ended at 19:25.