19 scientific and research papers were presented on the sidelines of the Preserving Grace Forum, which is being organized by King Khalid University (KKU), represented by the Deanship of the Community Service and the Continual Education. The presentations were in four sessions which came on the first and second day of the Forum, and which discussed ways and means to preserve grace, as well as to rationalize its use and the necessity of thanking Allah for it.
The first session of the Forum discussed - on the first day - a study by the professor of High Studies at the Faculty of Islamic Law at King Khalid University, Dr. Aboud Bin Dire, entitled "The Concept of Grace and the legitimate Vision of its Preservation and Rationalizing its Use".
At the same session, a Prof. Dr. Mohamed Kamel, who is the Head of the Quran and Sunnah Department in Umm al-Qura University, presented a study in which he discussed the "Legitimate Vision Concerning Preserving Graces Positively and Negatively".
A professor of the Faculty of the Administrative Sciences and Arts from the University of Al-Jawf, Dr. Al Saed Farou, talked about his study on the subject "Preserving Grace and Rationalizing its Use from Legitimate Vision".
From her side, an Assistant Professor in Hadith and its Sciences, in the Faculty of Science and Arts for Girls in Mhail Asir, Dr. Asmaa Obadah, presented a paper on the "The Practical Behavioral Prophetic Guidance to Enhance the Preservation of Grace with Community Members".
Finally, an Assistant Professor in the Department of Sunnah and its Sciences in King Khalid University, Dr. Shihab Abu Zahou concluded the first session singling out a study about the Prophet's approach in dealing with the blessings from the perspective of the Sunnah.
On the second day of the Forum, a Professor of the Belief and the Contemporary Creeds in King Khalid University, Badria Asiri, presented a research paper which discussed the subject of thanks the blessings, and its impact on its preservation and development.
The Vice President of the Organizational Committee of the Forum, who is also the Dean of Community and the continual Education, Dr. Mubarak Hamdan, presented a scientific paper in which he talked about the culture of food consumption, and its developmental impact from educational vision.
Dr. Fawzi Sweileh, a Professor of the Rhetoric and an Assistant Criticism in the Department of Arabic Language, also presented a research paper, which he addressed the subject of appropriate deliberation to preserve grace in Quranic discourse.
At the end of the second session, Mr. Amer Al-Dakhil, from the Branch of Alber Association in the Eastern Region, presented research study in which he talked about the role of preserving grace projects in supporting the food security in Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Mohammed Imam and the students - Mofleh Shahrani, and Tariq Al-Qahtani - from the Department of Chemistry at the King Khalid University, started the third sessions of the Forum with a discussion on a research study in which the subject was the production of "Biodiesel from Edible Oils after using it in frying".
A Professor from Geography Department in King Khalid University, Dr. Adel Moutamad, presented a research paper entitled "the Environmental Data in Asir is Grace Deserves the Maintenance".
A Professor of Islamic Culture in Taibah University, Dr. Sultan Shaheen, presented a research study entitled "Preserving Grace Project in the Charity Warehouse in Madina and its Impact on the Individual and Society."
A Professor from Islamic Studies Department at King Khalid University, Dr. Umm Kulthum Hakum, also provided her research paper, which is specialized in preserving grace in Hajj season, through which she illustrated a look at accomplishments and a pause on the challenges.
A professor of Fiqh at King Khalid University, Dr. Asmaa Shehata, concluded the third session with a scientific paper in which she talked about the topic "Preserving Food by Irradiation, the Ruling and Regulations". The irradiation has several advantages. One of the most important of these advantages is protection of food from spoilage.
While the fourth session dealt with a paper on "Food Security in the Quran", presented by an Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies Department, Dr. Hanan Qasem Anzi, a Professor of the Faculty of Science in King Khalid University from Mahayel Asir Branch, Dr. Hamidi Keshek, presented a research paper through which he talked about the purposes of the Islamic law, and its doctrine in the preservation of the blessings of The Almighty Allah.
Dr. Amira Nour Aldeen, a Professor of Textiles and Clothing from King Khalid University, presented a paper entitled "Increasing the Use of Second-hand Clothes and Employing them as New Products".
A Professor from the Faculty of Engineering in King Khalid University, Dr. Ibrahim Al-Sisi, presented a research paper, in which he singled out "The Rationalization of the Electric Power is a Collective Responsibility".
The session was concluded by a paper presented by a Professor from the Anatomy Department, in Faculty of Medicine, in King Khalid University, Dr. Iman Nashar, in which she dealt with a comparative study from her preparation about the awareness of some students of the health faculties in King Khalid University, and those at Mansourah University in Egypt, on the concept of preserving grace.