NILAI, October 9, 2019- With the theme “Al-Quran Rahmatan Lil ‘Alamin: Vision and Challenges”, the 6th International Conference on Quran As A Foundation Of Civilization (SWAT 2019) runs for two days beginning October 8 to 9, 2019 at the Faculty of Quran and Sunnah Studies.

120 presenters from 7 Countries including Saudi, Iran, Iraq, Morocco, Nigeria, Qatar including Malaysia. The conference serves as a platform to provide scholars, thinkers and researchers to exchange ideas and discuss issues related to the Quran, which serves as a source of modern and contemporary science.

It is managed by the Faculty of Quran and Sunnah Studies and USIM’s Waqf and Zakat Centre in collaboration with the Siraj Centre for Research and Studies from London.

“I believe that in  today’s conference, many topics and themes related to the Quran have been discussed and analyzed”.

“There is no doubt that the importance of the Quran in daily life has not changed despite the rapid changes. The modern world should be in line with the notion of the Quran, and even Science and Technology cannot be separated from the stated knowledge. When one reads the Quran, Allah invites His servants to reflect on His creation, the environment, ecology and architecture of the universe to unravel the meaning of life in the midst of all these manifestations, ”says Prof. Dr. Mohamed Ridza Wahiddin USIM Vice Chancellor in the opening ceremony of the conference.

This conference is held annually with the theme of the Sunnah and the Heritage of the Prophet. This year, the Qur’anic theme is aimed at discussing the latest research on the Quran, establishing the Quran as the basis for the well-being of Muslims and enhancing the understanding of the Quran in human life, especially in the modern world.

Prepared by:
Noorumaina Mohamed Yunus
Pusat Komunikasi Strategik (StraComm)
Aras 1, Canselori Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia (USIM)
71800 Nilai, Negeri Sembilan