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Tatarstan Muftiyat to hold lectures against alcoholism

Kazan, March 16, 2021

Specialists of Muslim Religious Administration of the Republic of Tatarstan held an online panel discussion on the “Prevention of alcoholism by means of dawah (Islamic education) among the population of the Republic of Tatarstan” on Monday this week, Islam.ru website reports.

The discussion was attended by the head of the Dawah department of the Muslim Religious Administration of Tatarstan, Abbyas-hazrat Shlyaposhnikov, the specialist of the Dawah department for work with prisoners, Marsel-hazrat Mingaliev, Doctor of Medical Sciences, Professor of the Department of Psychiatry with a course of narcology of Kazan State Medical University, Honored Doctor of the Russian Federation, Leila Shaidukova, deputy chief physician for the polyclinic of the State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Republican Narcological Dispensary” of the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan, Ilmira Kamaleeva and others.

According to Abbyas Hazrat, the programme will contribute to the formation of a persistent negative attitude among the population in relation to alcohol consumption as a way to solve their problems or spend leisure time.

It is noteworthy that the Ministry of Health of Tatarstan included specialists from the Tatarstan Muftiyat in the working group on the prevention of abuse of alcoholic beverages, beer, tobacco and the formation of a healthy lifestyle among the population of the republic.

The specialists of Tatarstan Muslim clergy, according to the programme, will conduct thematic lectures for the population on the dangers of alcoholism, drug addiction, tobacco smoking, as well as hold meetings with specialists from the Ministry of Health of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Republic of Tatarstan, the Federal Penitentiary Service for the Republic of Tatarstan, and eminent specialists and people with experience in combating addictions, to carry out individual work with young people from the “risk group”, to organize sports events, to strengthen volunteer work from students of medical and Muslim religious institutions.



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