Wednesday, 02 February 2022 18:14

Maturidi Institute (UK) and Ibn Sina Herbal Institute(UK) donated book collections to the university library

H.E. Sh. Hakeem Atabek Shukurov a founder of Maturidi and Ibn Sina Herbal Institutes in United Kingdom has donated books and monographs in English to the university library. Collection includes famous fiction of our time such as John Green's "The Fault in Our Stars", Stephanie Meyer's "Twilight" series and others.

To enrich University’s digital library, a number of video cassettes of films and books on history, culture and tourism were donated.

Maturidi Institute is an organisation which has been founded by the renowned Scholar and Herbalist: Sh. Atabek Shukurov an Nasafi to focus on research and education. His immaculate character and ocean of knowledge in both the Islamic Sciences and Herbal Medicine make him second to none in this field. Institute is specialized in a wide range of fields including Aqeedah, Hadith, Fiqh, Tasawwuf, Comparative Religion, Contemporary and Other Sciences. The aim is to educate people using the authentic knowledge from the past and ensuring the right means are in place to ensure the message is passed to future generations. Institute is a non-profit based organisation in which all profits are used for research purposes.

Ibn Sina Herbal Institute was found by Sh. Hakeem Atabek who came to the UK in 2006 in an effort to spread traditional Islamic knowledge and Herbal Medicine. He has taught in numerous institutes and universities and is regular on Sky Television, where he has daily shows such as "Ask the Alim" and a special Herbal show named "Avicenna's Garden".


The university administration expresses sincerest gratitude to H.E. Said Rustamov Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of Uzbekistan to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland and H.E. Atabek Shukurov for their support in replenishing our library with unique book collections.

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