The Ibn Sina Society was established in 1991 to bring together physicians from the Middle East, South Asia, and North Africa, including the central countries of Pakistan, Egypt, Iran, turkey, and Iraq.
Twice a year, the organization invites leading scholars, diplomats, and leaders from Islamic societies to speak about issues affecting their communities.
The Ibn Sina Society seeks to promote understanding and friendship between the United States and Islamic societies through education and dialogue.
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