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Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center signs MoU with the College of Islamic and Arabic Studies in efforts to enhance national identity

Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the College of Islamic and Arabic Studies. Aimed at enhancing the scope of cultural and community efforts that strengthen national identity, the MoU also seeks to support the fields of library studies and researches in the UAE. The agreement will also help deepen the community’s Islamic roots to further develop the cultural initiatives undertaken by the emirate.

Dr. Amina Khamis Al Dhaheri, Director of Studies and Research at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center, said: “We at Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center are pleased to sign this MoU with the College of Islamic and Arabic Studies. The college plays a very important role in upholding the UAE’s strong cultural identity and increasing awareness about Islamic science and the Arabic language at large. Through this agreement, we look forward to developing the personal and leadership skills of students and offering them a favorable environment for research and academic excellence, and in doing so build a strong sense of national identity for the overall development of the community.”

“We are very proud to sign this MoU with Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center, which plays a key role in the revival and preservation of the UAE’s national heritage and history by supporting significant research projects. We are excited about working together to spread the real Islamic values in the UAE community while focusing on the youth in particular,” said Dr. Mohamed Ahmed Abdul Rahman, Director of Dubai’s College of Islamic and Arabic Studies.

The MoU includes an agreement to organize joint activities, projects, conferences, sessions and courses, roll out academic programs to promote national talent through research initiatives and expert talks and develop the fields of library studies to further promote the Arabic language and Islamic culture. Under the agreement, each party will also have full access to the other party’s facilities including the use of offices.

Both Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Center and Dubai’s College of Islamic and Arabic Studies agreed to establish a joint committee to oversee the administration and running of combined activities and programs and propose necessary procedures to achieve mutual goals.

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