Jointly organized by the Faculty of Sharia and the Diplomatic Institute A student conference rejects Jerusalem as the capital of Israel
December 09 2017
A Qatari student conference rejected US President Donald Trump's decision considering Jerusalem as the capital of the Zionist entity. The conference that held at the Diplomatic Club, called for resolving the Gulf crisis arising from the blockade on Qatar through dialogue and in compliance with the verse" And hold firmly to the rope of Allah all together and do not become divided"( Quran surah Ali ‘Imran 103 (QS 3: 103).
The students participating in the GCC simulation conference under the blockade of the State of Qatar organized by the College of Sharia and Islamic Studies at Qatar University in cooperation with the Diplomatic Institute of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, emphasized highlighted what brings the GCC states together more than that dividing them. "The representatives of the GCC countries" agreed on Arab constants in supporting the Palestinian cause and rejected President Trump's decision to Judaize Jerusalem as the capital of the Zionist entity.
While views varied on Iran between that calling for coexistence to the principle of good neighborliness and accusations of terrorism. Participants recalled the Council's achievements, especially in maintaining the security cooperation, which demonstrated in liberation of Kuwait from Iraqi occupation.
The conference was inaugurated by H.E.Dr. Ibrahim Al-Ansari, Assistant Dean of the College of Shari'a, who stressed the importance of this conference which takes place under the blockade of Qatar and the prevailing conditions in the region, expressing his thanks and appreciation to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs represented by the Diplomatic Institute, emphasizing the College's goal out of organizing this conference, as to reach new outputs for Sharia students, which qualifies students for various disciplines.
For her part, Mrs. Nadia Al-Shaibi, Assistant Director of the Diplomatic Institute at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said that her participation in this conference was to achieve the desire of the Shari'a College in raising the awareness of our students toward their surroundings.