Sayed Jamal ad-Din Afghani medal to the director of the ZiiK Dr. Nazir Peroz awarded by H. E. the president of the republic of Afghanistan Dr. Ashraf Ghani
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The Center for International and Intercultural Communication (ZiiK) of the TU Berlin is delighted to announce the honor towards our director, Dr. Nazir Peroz, for being awarded with the Sayed Dschamal ad-Din Afghani medal by H. E. Dr. Ashraf Ghani, President of the Republic of Afghanistan on December 27, 2016 in Kabul, Afghanistan.
With this award, he was honored for his activities in the development of academic structures in the field of information technology in Afghanistan, for which he has been indefatigably committed for 15 years.
The Sayed Dschamal ad-Din Afghani Medal
This medal is the highest state award in the academic field in Afghanistan. Sayed Jamal ad-Din Afghani was one of the founders of the Islamic modernism, a political activist and theorist. He is regarded, among other things, as the forerunner of pan-Islamism, as a liberal reform theologian and modernist in the eighteenth century. He was a teacher of philosophy and well-known in Iran, India, Cairo, Paris and the UK.
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The ceremony took place in the presidential palace in Kabul, in the presence of H. E. the First Lady of Afghanistan, Mrs. Rula Ghani, H. E. the Afghan Minister of Higher Education, Prof. Farida Momand, her deputies, the presidents of Kabul's three universities, representatives from parliament and many Afghan Master graduates of the TU Berlin.
Article in TU intern, 02/2017: Anschluss an die Welt
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