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Scholarships for Shia Students studying abroad.
Syed Adil posted a topic in Education/CareersSalam, Can someone please provide contacts or links for scholarships for Shia students (MS/MBA) from India, studying in the United States (If any scholarship like this is available though). Thanks in advance
scholarship for Muslim students
Yasmine Ezzedine posted a topic in Education/CareersSalam everybody !! The IMF (Imam Al Mahdi Fund) strives to provide access for higher education through partnerships, scholarships, and monetary endowments to underprivileged Lebanese's youth. Their programs cater for graduate students or undergraduates, including opportunities in Lebanese or European universities. To apply, visit the foundation’s site: https://www.imamalmahdifund.com
HopefulShia posted a topic in Science/Health/EconomicsSalaam. I am Masters student in reputed American Universities. Alhamdullilah! I was able to get scholarship which pays my most of the tuition fee but still I have to pay $4k in this (spring semester) to cover Health insurance and other fees. I want to know about any Shia foundation which provides educational scholarship in USA. It can be Muslim foundation in general or even any organisation for that matter so that I can continue my studies. Thank-you. Iltemas-e-dua for my scholarship
Who Sits on the Manbaar?
only1 posted a topic in General Islamic DiscussionIn the history of Islam and Shi'ism one finds that the Manbaar is often occupied by male scholars which has rendered women invisible role within scholarship and general presence. In essence, Islam is egalitarian, however, this subjection of women has promoted the 'invisibility of women'. Interestingly enough, the practice of sitting down to give a lecture in "manbaar" practice can be traced back to Sayydia Fatimah (as) who entered her father's masjid to admonish Islam's enemies. What I am saying here is there is a lack of women within the Islamic scholarship arena and there is something wrong with men speaking at women about how they should speak, act, etc. Can women even attempt the same?
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