Islamic press to promote moderate speech

KUWAIT CITY, Nov 13, (KUNA): The Islamic Awareness (Al-Waie Al-Islami) Magazine Editor-And-Chief Faisal Al-Ali said that the Islamic press conference, which will discuss the role of Islamic publications in promoting moderate Islamic media discourse, will be held here from Nov 20-22.

Al-Ali, also a member of the Supreme Committee of the conference, said in a statement on Tuesday that the conference, which is organized by the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, represented by the Cultural Affairs’ sector and Al-Waie Magazine, aims at highlighting the role of Islamic press to construct a system of moderate Islamic values in all humanitarian communities.

He added that the conference, held under the slogan (Islamic Press ... Renewed Speech), under the auspices of the Minister of Oil and Acting Minister of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Hani Hussein, represents an opportunity for formulating effective methods of coordination, cooperation and communication among the nation’s writers and intellectuals and the diverse Islamic press platforms to enhance journalists’ professional skills.

The conference will discuss three main axes and will hold four professional workshops concerned with the role of Islamic magazines that have been promoting civilization development during the past half century.
It is also concerned with the common traditional press and the mechanism of activating the role of fruitful communication and the pursuit towards achieving a discourse of moderate Islamic media that combines tradition and modernity.

Al-Waie, an Islamic monthly magazine, issued with the beginning of every Hijri month, sponsored by the Cultural Affairs sector and the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, aims at instilling the values of developing Islamic communities by moderate speech that unifies Islamic media.

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