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September 2, 2015

IIU president urges youth to discourage violence, hatred

Islamabad

 
September 2, 2015

Islamabad: A week-long Islamic Orientation Programme for International Islamic University (IIU) students concluded here on Faisal Masjid campus.
The programme was organised by Dawah Academy of the university in which total 40 students, including Pakistani students and students hailing from Indonesia, Thailand and Afghanistan, participated. “Personal differences must be put aside to achieve the goal of prosperous Muslim Ummah,” said the IIU president while addressing the concluding ceremony as the chief guest.
He urged youth to refrain from rigidity, violence and bias while he advised that youth must be involved in constructive activities such as dissemination of Islam’s message of peace.
He said the prevailing situation demanded complete implementation of Islamic teachings in the lives of Muslims.
The IIU president reiterated his resolve that the IIU being a top seat of learning would keep working for producing well balanced and harmonious leadership of Ummah by nurturing young minds in the light of teachings of Islam.
Dr. Sohail Hassan, director of the Dawah Academy, was of the view on the occasion that academy’s is playing vital role in 'Dawah' for last 30 years and it would further enhance quality of its programmes.
Course coordinator Ehsan Maalik briefed on the occasion and told that as many as 31 sessions were held which include lectures, interactive session and many other constructive activities.

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