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"IISO Summer School - Hokkaido 2023: Nurturing Islamic Values and Lifelong Friendships"

We are delighted to share the success of the IISO Summer School - Hokkaido trip 2023, a transformative journey that took place between the 24th and 28th of July.

Organized by the International Islamia School Otsuka (IISO) in collaboration with the Sapporo International Islamic School (SIIS), this youth Tarbiyah camp aimed to instill Islamic values in our students while fostering strong bonds of friendship between the students of both schools.

Throughout the program, our students were immersed in a diverse array of enriching experiences. From captivating trips to engaging activities and inspiring workshops, every moment was thoughtfully designed to provide a holistic learning opportunity.

One of the highlights of the program was the joint workshop at SIIS, where students from both schools exchanged knowledge, ideas, and cultural insights, promoting mutual understanding and harmony.

The pinnacle of the journey was the visit to Hokkaido University, where our students had the privilege of participating in workshops conducted by Muslim scientists and researchers. This invaluable exposure to cutting-edge research left an indelible impact on their young minds.

The overwhelming success of the IISO Summer School - Hokkaido trip 2023 would not have been possible without the invaluable support of SIIS, Hokkaido Islamic Society, and Hokkaido University. We extend our heartfelt gratitude for their collaboration and dedication to nurturing the intellectual and spiritual growth of our students.

As our students returned to Tokyo, they carried with them an unforgettable experience that has the potential to shape their future in profound ways. Witnessing the growth and transformation of our young learners fills us with immense pride and optimism for the generations to come.

Once again, thank you to everyone involved in making this journey an exceptional one. We look forward to more such opportunities to inspire and empower our students in the future.

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