Amman - Supreme Judge, Dr. Abdulkarim Al Khasawneh, confirmed that the Supreme Judge Department, and in partnership with Middle East University, is about to offer specialized academic and training programmes in Law, accredited by the Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research, to serve the members of the community.
Supreme Judge’s statement was made as he was received by the Chairman of Middle East University’s Board of Trustees, Dr. Yacoub Nasereddin, prior to his patronage of the conclusion ceremony of the training course in domestic reform and guidance that was organized by Sharia Judiciary Institute in partnership with the University’s Consultancy and Training Center.
Dr. Al Khasawneh commended the University’s role in domestic reform, which is adopted by SJD through the sponsorship of these courses that are conducted by the institute to carry out royal directions that aim to elevate the status of Muslim families and maintain their unity and wholeness. Moreover, the ceremony, which was held on the University’s campus, was attended by the University’s President, Prof. Mohammad Al Hileh; Vice-President, Prof. Mahmoud Al Wadi; Director of Sharia Courts, Judge Dr. Abdulhafeth Al Rabta; Director of Sharia Judiciary Institute, Judge Dr. Mansour Al Tawalbah; a number of deans; and the graduates.
In his turn, the University’s President, Prof. Mohammad Al Hileh, reaffirmed that Middle East University is proud to be an avid supporter of civil institutions, especially the Sharia Judiciary Institute, in order to establish its mission of uplifting and reforming the community.
The institute’s Director, Judge Dr. Mansour Al Tawalbah, expressed his gratitude to Middle East University for its exerted efforts in successfully holding the institute’s courses in domestic guidance, pointing out that the institute and the University’s Consultancy and Training Center aim, through these courses, to spread domestic and societal safety and security.
At the end of the ceremony, Supreme Judge, Dr. Abdulkarim Al Khasawneh, handed the eighty-one participants their certificates.
It is worth mentioning that the Supreme Judge Department, represented by Sharia Judiciary Institute, and in partnership with Middle East University, inaugurated a number of training courses in domestic reform and guidance that were conducted by sharia judges and academic experts in Amman and a number of governorates south of the Kingdom.
The Middle East University was founded in 2005 as a Graduate Studies University with twelve specializations. Towards the beginning of the academic year 2008-2009 the university opened twenty specializations for both Graduate and Undergraduate students with the ongoing growth in staff and students.