The international conference on the theme: “the contribution of African to the development of Arab and Islamic civilization since the advent of Islam until the fall of the Ottoman Empire” has kicked off this morning Saturday 16 April 2016 in the Sudanese capital Khartoum, organized by the Africa-Arab Cultural Institute in association with the Arab and African Youth Council. Delegations from Senegal, Mali, Mauritania, Chad and Egypt as well as Sudan are participating in the event.
The conference lasts for two days under the auspices of the Sudanese Minister of Culture Dr. Tayeb Hassan Badawi. The axes of the conference deal with the scientific outputs of African scholars and their role in enriching the Arab and Islamic culture, in addition to a research paper about the march of the great Sudanese poet Mohammed Fetouri as a bridge between the Arab and African cultures.
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