A number of professors at University of Gezira participated with scientific papers in the events of the Fourth international Scientific Conference which organized by the University of the Holy Quran entitled “The Role of the Islamic Economy in Building the Economy of the State” from 5-7 November at the Friendship Hall in Khartoum. The conference was attended by 300 scientists and specialists from Sudan, Egypt, Iraq, Syria, Jordan, Algeria, Kuwait, Morocco, Somalia and Turkey. They discussed 30 scientific papers on various topics including Concepts and values of the Islamic economy and economic and financial systems and legislation in Islam, In addition to the aspects of legitimate objectives in economic integration and some experiences of Islamic economic and financial institutions and the challenges facing the Islamic economy. The conference aims to identify the concepts of the Islamic economy and international economic relationships in Islam and highlight the role of the state in achieving the objectives of the Islamic economy, in addition to directing the Curriculum of education towards the Islamic economy. The Vice Chancellor of the University Prof. Mohamed El Sanousi Mohamed, chaired the second session of the conference, while the Head of the Department of Economics Prof. Omran Yousif presented a scientific paper on the aspect of financial experiences of Islamic institutions in Sudan. Dean of the Faculty of Law Dr. Kamal Al Ameen presented paper entitled: Interest and matching with Riba (matching meaning and destination). Head of History Department, Faculty of Arts and Humanities Dr. Fath Al Rahman Al-Amin Al-Iraqi presented a paper entitled The role of the Islamic waqf in the Development during the period of the Second Military rule in Sudan, While the Head of the Faculty of Law, Dr. Joda Ibrahim presented a paper entitled Insurances and Social Security and its legal system in Sudan (comparative study). Dr. Haitham Ibrahim and Sufian Fooka presented a joint paper entitled Islamic economy and its role in achieving sustainable development.