HRH The Prince of Wales: “I am hugely grateful to so many international friends, backers and well-wishers of the Centre for giving their time and resources to establish such an important institution in this city… There is no doubt in my mind its importance transcends national borders.”
HRH The Prince of Wales was the guest of honour at a dinner to celebrate his 60th Birthday and his work as the Patron of the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies. HRH spoke about inter-civilizational understanding, the importance of greater participation by young British Muslims in public life, and the need to promote good environmental practices in Muslim countries. The dinner, which was held at Magdalen College, Oxford, was attended by distinguished international figures, heads of Oxford colleges, members of parliament and the representatives of local and national civil society organizations.
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The Prince of Wales, Patron of OXCIS, who also designed the Islamic Garden behind the Centre
The Prince of Wales, Patron of OXCIS, who also designed the Islamic Garden behind the Centre, is being welcome by Dr. Farhan Nizami, Director of OXCIS, and Prince Turki bin (King) Faisal, Chairman of the Board of Directors, Opening Ceremony of OXCIS’s new premise, Oxford University, Oxford, UK 🇬🇧(uk). Yesterday, 16 May 2017 (22nd Sha’ban 1438 A.H.)