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Rusafa Appeal Court holds  an honorary ceremony on the occasion of awarding the late judge Thikra  Jassem Dakhel an honorary doctorate from Lebanon

Rusafa Appeal Court holds an honorary ceremony on the occasion of awarding the late judge Thikra Jassem Dakhel an honorary doctorate from Lebanon

2022-06-19 10:00:00

Baghdad / Judiciary Media
Presidency of the Baghdad-Rusafa Federal Appeal Court, in cooperation with the Iraqi Women Judges Association, held a ceremony honoring the late Judge Thikra Jassem on the occasion of receiving an honorary doctorate from the Islamic University of Lebanon.
The head of the Iraqi Women Judges Association, Judge Taghreed Abdel-Majid Nasser, said during the ceremony, "With the unremitting efforts and blessing of the President of the Supreme Judicial Council, Judge Dr. Faiq Zidan, with a commendable and fruitful effort from Dr. Amin Atef Saliba, professor of constitutional law at the Islamic University of Lebanon, and with the serious follow-up of your colleagues in the Association of Iraqi Women Judges, an honorary doctorate in law/public law has been granted to our late colleague, Judge Zikra Jassim, by the Islamic University of Lebanon.
She added, "The initiative of the Islamic University of Lebanon to grant an honorary doctorate to the late is a unique humanitarian gesture, as she was pride and appreciation for the legal community in general and the judiciary in particular. The judge  pointed out that "this initiative established an important moral principle, which is an assessment of a researcher who was lost by the practical and judicial communities, and gratitude for what she contributed during her career in enriching the scientific library, in appreciation of her and science, in support of her family, and in immortalize her memory."
While the representative of the Islamic University of Lebanon, Amin Atef Saliba, said during the ceremony, "The deceased was one of the most careful students in her studies, and was dedicated and diligent in her scientific field. Therefore, her death is a great loss for us and for you." He added, "The idea of granting the deceased an honorary doctorate was presented to the university's board, and after consultation, a decision was issued to grant her an honorary doctorate, and this case is the first of its kind."
Then the representative of the university, Amin Atef Saliba, and the head of the Iraqi Women Judges Association, Taghreed Abdul Majeed Nasser, presented a doctorate to the family of the deceased. While the family of the deceased praised this distinctive initiative by the Association of Iraqi Judges and the Islamic University, wishing continued approval for all.

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