Shirazi Foundation Inc

Shirazi Foundation Inc

 

 Non-Political & Non-profit Organization

 202.670 I.S.W.F

Conflict and its Impact on Education

Conflict and its Imapact on Education

Due to an escalating amount of inhumane violence by terrorist groups, and instability within many countries, an enormous amount of the youth will be stripped of their right to be educated. In 2015, The UN Fund for Children, UNICEF,  published an alarming report indicating that more than 13 million children across six nations in the Middle East have been deprived of education and around 900 schools damaged due to conflicts. Before these conflicts, some countries in the  Middle East  performed as the  largest and most distinguished higher education systems in the region. Unfortunately,  the results of conflicts have brought forth annihilation of the Universities.

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Countering the Culture of Terror and Violence

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This editorial aims to discuss the importance of tackling extremism by emphasizing the true and peaceful aspects of the religion of Islam. The Shirazi Foundation has  gathered research on this subject  to showcase the results of  a peaceful world devoid of violence and terror.

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Dealing with the Issue of Migration

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Today many countries and the international community face a variety of  challenges in the matter of refugees and deal with  topics related to how to host them .    

Throughout history when full-scale hostilities in countries have ended the resolution of many armed conflicts throughout the world continue to be elusive. The continuation of these conflicts and their consequences, as well as the risk of renewed conflicts, has given rise to an emerging interest in protracting displacement. In Iraq alone, a number of the displaced due to war, violence and fighting has exceeded 3.09 million people and the number keeps growing.

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Khadija Bint Khuwaylid, First Woman's Rights Advocate in Islam

 

The rights of women in Islam are protected at all times and should be honored by all humanity. To further understand the example of women's rights in Islam it is as simple as taking a look into the lives of  women who surrounded Muhammad (s)  supported him and were honored and respected by him at all times. As an example, Khadijah bint Khuwaylid wife of Muhammad (s), played a productive role in the life of Muhammad (s). In a publication by Sayed Muhammad Shirazi the story about women's rights in Islamic history:

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