Mahallah Ali Ibn Abi Talib :: The Leading Mahallah in IIUM :: International Islamic University Malaysia

  • 08:09:23 am on October 1, 2006 | 0

    Since the very beginning, the Inter-Mahallah Cultural Week 2005 did not give any chances to end the controversy. Yet, the result was clear, Mahallah Ali emerged as the overall champion for this competition.

    The International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), being a garden of knowledge and virtue welcome many students from different backgrounds, cultures and ethnic groups around the world.

    Even among the Malaysians, they come from various groups from different states together with their unique customs and tradition.

    All these need to be learnt by the university community  in order to understand the cross culture tradition that is mostly changing due to the spread of Islam in every part of the globe.

    As a symbol of appreciation of this idea, Mahallah Ali participated in all programs and competitions that have been designed throughout the 3rd Inter-Mahallah Cultural Week (IMCW) from 27th to 29th, December 2005.

    IMCW aims to be the platform of integration and it is a golden opportunity for Mahallah Ali to uphold the university’s mission and vision by participating in all three categories that  includes, drama, cultural performance and singing competition.

    Mahallah Ali was annouced as the winner for the drama and singing category. Meanwhile, in the cultural performance, Mahallah Ali only won the  second place next to Mahallah  Farouq.

    In the mean time,  the perfomances in video format can be watched through Ali WebTV at http://www.aliman.cjb.net.

    MRC seeks for more talent in the future and encourages for both international and local students to be the participants in the next IMCW.

    For those who are interested, please come to the operational room  located under the cafeteria which is open for all residents from Monday to Saturday at 9.00 PM to 12 AM. ALIF Newsletter

     

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