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    Thai delegation learns more on Brunei during visit to UNISSA

    Lyna Mohamad

    Universiti Islam Sultan Sharif Ali (UNISSA), in its quest to promote the vision of becoming a hub for Islamic studies in the Asian region, played host to a delegation from the King Prajdhipok’s Institute, Thailand last Thursday.

    Comprising leaders from various sectors from community agencies in Thailand participating in the nine-month Advanced Certificate on Promotion of Peaceful Society course at King Prajdhipok’s Institute, the 42 participants was led by Lieutenant General Nakrob Boonbuatong.

    The visit served as part of the course programme and aimed to learn more about the Syariah law implemented in Brunei so that it can be understood more clearly and to avoid inaccurate speculation.

    Welcoming the delegation was Dean of the Faculty of Syariah and Law (FSU) at UNISSA Dr Hajah Mas Nooraini binti Haji Mohiddin, while the meeting was jointly attended by Director of the Center for Public and International Relations Ustaz Haji Sammali bin Haji Adam.

    Deputy Dean of the FSU Dr Hajah Hanan binti Pehin Datu Seri Maharaja Dato Paduka Seri Setia (Dr) Ustaz Haji Awang Abdul Aziz briefed on ‘Islamic Law in Brunei Darussalam: Principles and Implementation’.

    King Prajdhipok’s Institute, Thailand delegation and UNISSA officers in a group photo. PHOTO: UNISSA

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