Within the framework of raising awareness and raising the national sense among students, and in the interest of Ain Shams University to raise the cultural and scientific level and educate its students in various fields of knowledge and benefit from young competencies, the Students for Egypt family at Ain Shams University organized a dialogue seminar with the great Islamic preacher Mustafa Hosni; This is under the auspices of Prof. Mahmoud El-Metini, President of Ain Shams University, Prof. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, and in the presence of Prof. Ghada Farouk, Vice President for Community Affairs and Environmental Development, Prof. Khaled Kadri, Dean of the Faculty of Business and prepared by Prof. Hatem Rabea, general leader of "For Egypt" Central Family and coordination, Prof. Mamdouh Abdel-Alim, pioneer of the family at the Faculty of Business, and Prof. Ahmed Khaled, General Coordinator of the Student Family for Central Egypt.
Prof. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, began by expressing his pride and appreciation for the great Islamic preacher Mustafa Hosni, stressing that the preacher is an inspiring example and example, especially that he is one of the sons and graduates of the Faculty of Commerce, Ain Shams University, and that he was able to change the course of his life from working in the field of scientific specialization to go into the field Advocacy and specializes in the study of Sharia sciences at the Institute for the Preparation of Preachers in the Ministry of Awqaf, and he devoted through his conversations that the religion is morals and that our religion is the religion of tolerance, a religion full of life values.
While Prof. Khaled Kadri is pleased with the presence of the great preacher Mustafa Hosni, a graduate of the Faculty of Business, who is a role model for all graduates of the college. His Excellency also thanked the leaders of Ain Shams University for supporting all the activities of the faculty, and thanked the family of students for central Egypt at Ain Shams University.
Prof. Hatem Rabea, the pioneer of the Students for Egypt family at Ain Shams University, states that hosting the great Islamic preacher Mustafa Hosni comes in light of the university's interest in general and the family in particular in benefiting from the inspiring personalities that influence the conscience of young people.
During the symposium, the Islamic preacher Mustafa Hosni discussed the qualities that a Muslim should possess, and that most of human problems are caused by humans, as God Almighty said.
And We did not send before you, [O Muhammad], any of the messengers except that they ate food and walked in the markets. And We have made some of you [people] as trial for others - will you have patience? And ever is your Lord, Seeing.
He also emphasized the concept of responsibility, the right of others, the importance of gratitude, and that we thank God for everything, otherwise we will be among the ungrateful. He also referred to the concept of contentment and that each of us provides the other with what he needs from his own point of view and not from his personal point of view. For example, in the relationship of a man and a woman - a man Looking for competence, and the female looking for acceptance and security.
The great preacher added that mercy, soft-heartedness, and good manners are among the qualities of a Muslim, and a person must possess these qualities, so that God will illuminate his path with the light of faith.
The symposium, which witnessed a large turnout of attendees, was followed by honoring Prof. Abdel Fattah Saoud, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, Prof. Khaled Kadri, Dean of the Faculty of Business, Prof. Hatem Rabih, pioneer of the Students for Egypt family, to the great preacher Mustafa Hosni, and gifting him the shield of the faculty and the shield of the family. Dr. Reem Al-Kabariti, Executive Director of the University's Alumni Associations Department, gifted the preacher the card of Ain Shams University Alumni Association.