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‘Canceling’ Islamic history is a disservice to Muslim students
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LAHORE:Several academics read papers and held discussions on the varied aspects of Islamic Art on the 2nd day of The Islamic Art Festival organised by Lahore Arts Council Alhamra and Pakistan Arts Council Karachi at Alhamra Arts Centre, The Mall. A large number of people visited Alhamra. Those who presented their research were Dr Amjad Waheed, Taimoor Khan Mumtaz, Prof Dr Naela Amir, and Zaki Al Hashmi. The study of Islamic arts, the reality of Islamic architecture, the renaissance of Islamic architecture in the subcontinent, and the process of promoting Islamic concepts in calligraphy were thoroughly discussed in the first session. Prof Dr Sumaira Jawad was the moderator of the second session, while Dr Maimoona Khan spoke on Human and Humanism: Conceptions and Misconceptions on Muslim Aesthetics, Rabcoinya Asim, on Silent Theology in the Sacred Islamic Art of Quranic Illumination, Prof. Davut Bektas, on Expression Through the Art of […]

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