Under the auspices and participation of the President of the Northern Technical University, Prof. Dr. Alia Ali Abbas Al-Attar, the “Peaceful Coexistence Unit” in cooperation with the (Department of Media and Public Relations) in the Presidency of the University organizing a guiding seminar for the university students under the title “Societal Celebrations between Rejection and Acceptance.” The seminar included a dialogue session in which Mrs. The President of the University on the axis related to the role of universities in combating extremist ideology that leads to terrorism, introducing a set of instructions to university students on the necessity of education and arming with science, since youth are the hope of the country and in them, the advancement of society is achieved.
This was attended by Sheikh Dr. Mazen Khaled Al-Kalak from the Directorate of the Sunni Endowment and Father Raed Adel (responsible for the Syriac Catholic churches of Mosul).
In their dialogue with the university students, the two honorable guests focused on the importance of peace in developing a healthy society, stressing that joy is a positive characteristic that a person should have, referring to the teachings of the divine religions, which emphasize respect for human dignity and refraining from physical, verbal and psychological harm to any person, regardless of his religion. or belief.
At the end of the first session, Assistant Professor Dr. Omar Rafi Mahmoud, Assistant President of the University for Scientific Affairs, read the most important recommendations that will be submitted to the competent authorities. The second axis included an educational lecture given by Prof. Dr. Bashar Nadim Ahmed about mixing and sharing in building Arab civilization, where he highlighted the civilizational achievement of The great achievement of our ancestors with all their religious, national, and ethnic affiliations away from intolerance, isolation, and isolation. The first session concluded with the honoring of the President of the University to the gentlemen who participated in the University Shield with certificates of appreciation in recognition of their role in spreading the culture of tolerance in the university environment.