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By Ruzaik Farook

Dr. A.M.A. Azeez Foundation in collaboration with All Ceylon YMMA Conference organised the 42nd Dr. A.M.A. Azeez Commemoration Meeting and Memorial Oration at The Excellency, Wellawatte, Colombo recently. Prof. M.S.M. Anes, Retired Professor of Philosophy, University of Peradeniya and Chairman of the All Ceylon Muslim Educational Conference delivered the oration on the subject ‘Muslim Modernism and Reformative Process in the Field of Education: A Sri Lankan Experience’.

The meeting was chaired jointly by Dr. A.M.A. Azeez Foundation President Khalid M. Farouk and All Ceylon YMMA Conference National President Sadique Saleem.

Two books were released on this occasion namely, ‘Islamic Banking – An Alternate Approach to Finance’ by A.I. Marikar and ‘A.M.A. Azeez – Milestones to Remember’.

Zahira College Principal Trizviiy Markkar, Past Presidents and Members of the YMMA Conference, P. Balasingham, Agar Barry and Ali Azeez son of A.M.A. Azeez were also present.

Pix by Ashraff A. Samad


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