Releasing Of Suspended Graduate Certificates By WAMY

26 - Jan - 2020

 IUG External Relations at Islamic University celebrated the release of the suspended certificates of 400 IUG male and female student. The grant was generously funded by the Palestinian late Jarrar Al-Qudwa, and implemented by the World Assembly of Muslim Youth (WAMY) in Palestine through IUG.

Dr. Khaled Al-Hallaq, Dean of External Relations, welcomed the staff of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth and highly appreciated their efforts for facilitating the students' education process, also, extended his greetings to those graduates who are working hard to fulfill their education. He, in addition, showed the role of IUG in empowering the students and supporting them with different programs and scholarships. He explained that about 2500 student were not able to fulfill their studying; now this scholarship comes as a light for their hard situation. To the students, he said, " we hope this grant will add life to your days".

Then the floor was for Mr. Adham Okasha, director of WAMY, to present the role of WAMY in providing thousands of scholarships and funds to needy students. The priorities of their WAMY, in the first place, is given to trying resolving the youths' issues. Mr. Okasha told students that, "we are ready to offer the helping hand to our students in order to aid them get into the labour market".

On behalf of graduated students who benefited from grant, Mohammed Tanani, delivered a thanking speech appreciating the donor effort saying that, " our prophet " Peace Be Upon Him" said, "… and whoever is concerned for the needs of his brother, Allah is concerned for his needs, and whoever relieves a Muslim of a burden, Allah will relieve him of a burden from the burdens of the Day of Judgment".