| Abdul Aziz Jamaluddin
CAIRO 5 February – Al-Azhar University offers to the government to build a dormitory building for the benefit of Malaysian students at the university campus.Malaysian ambassador here, Datuk Dr. Mohd. Fakhrudin Abdul Mukti said, the building can accommodate 5,000 students, some of which must be provided to students in other countries. He said any interested institution may help to realize the construction of this building which can provide more facilities comfortable to students that are currently scattered in various places.
” Malaysia welcomed this offer and hope the government or any foundation can help build this,” he said during a meeting with a delegation Da’wah Foundation Islamiah Malaysia (Yadim) at his office here recently.
field Yadim delegation led by its president, Datuk Abdul Aziz Jamaluddin Mhd. Clean.present were First Secretary Embassy of Religious Affairs, Abdullah Mohamed. According to Dr. Mohd. Fakhrudin, with the availability of student hostels on campus, students safety and comfort is more secure than at present. At the moment, many Malaysian students living in dormitory buildings purchased by the respective state governments around Cairo, and there also a rent a house in the city.
Dr. Mohd. Fakhrudin however, stressed that this does not mean the position of about 11,000 Malaysian students studying in Egypt, including in Alexandria now is not safe. He said that since the events in Tahrir Square that brought the downfall of President Hosni Mubarak, the embassy always concerned about the safety of students. He said although the situation is considered to be stable but it is not as portrayed by foreign media. He said, students are reminded to stay away from the Square Tahrir which continues to be the field of Egyptian protests continued.
in the latest demonstration was held in protest against football violence involving Al-Ahly Club and Al-Masry.
Dr. . Mohd. Fakhrudin hope, Malaysians who came to Egypt can be informed of their presence to the embassy first.Meanwhile, Abdul Aziz said the delegation was comprised of 11 to reach out Yadim with Malaysian students in Egypt.
” At the same time in the current environment, they should be supported to continue to learn and keep the things that can affect their studies,” he said. In the program the delegates not staying at the hotel Yadim otherwise rent units in two buildings house dormitories Kedah in Nasr City. This is to get to the students.