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The Department of History at the College of Education for Human Sciences holds a scientific lecture entitled the thinker and philosopher Muhammad Iqbal al-Lahouri 1877-1938.

On Tuesday 3-1-2018, the Department of History held a panel discussion on the Indian thinker and philosopher Muhammad Iqbal Al-Lahouri. Dr. Asaad Humaid Aboushna delivered a lecture on the important personality, with the participation of a group of professors and third-stage students.
Muhammad Iqbal is a poet, thinker, philosopher and politician from the Indian subcontinent. He was born in Sialkot on the border of Punjab from a religious family. His social development played an important role in his intellectual and political future. His father said to him, “My son was one of the buds in Ghosn Muhammad, He studied at the College of Lahore and graduated from it. He received his master’s degree in 1895 and taught Arabic in the Department of Oriental Languages. He then moved to the teaching of philosophy. In 1908 he received his doctorate in philosophy from Cambridge University for his thesis on Persian philosophy, On his return to Lahore he refused to take up the chair of philosophy, and preferred To be a militant for the cause of Muslims in India, became president of the Muslim League in 1930, Britain was the first enemy of Muslims in India and the world, so he knew about his revolutionary poetry and his attempt to promote the reality of Muslims in the world, and used poetry to express his ideas, Several of them were: Gabriel’s wing, the nations of the East, beating the klim, mysteries of the soul, and others. His poetry was rich in critique of the Islamic reality of people and decrees and the call to return to the biography of Mustafa peace be upon him and his family and peace be upon them. The Islamic nation must rise by itself Wen relied on foreign countries, so he was known as an autobiographer.

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