Every one duty bound to play their role for the eradication of extremism: Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri
Our heads have hung in shame over the Sialkot incident
Reviving the relationship with Seerat-un-Nabi (pbuh) is the way forward out of crises
Addressing a Seerat-un-Nabi (pbuh) Conference, President MQI Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri has said that the heads of entire humanity have hung in shame over to the Sialkot incident. He said that every individual is duty bound, after this tragedy, to play their role for the eradication of extremism, conservatism and ignorance from society. He said that the State of Pakistan should take lead in the endeavours to achieve these lofty national goals. He said that education is a precious wealth of man without which there is no future of any society and nation.
Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri was addressing a Seerat-un-Nabi (pbuh) held under the banner of MQI Nankana chapter.
مسلمان جب بھی زوال کاشکارہوئے تووقارکی بحالی کیلئے تعلیم وتحقیق سے رشتہ مضبوط کیاگیا اور آقاﷺ کی تعلیمات کے ساتھ ٹوٹے ہوئے تعلق کوجوڑاگیا۔ آج بھی امت ہمہ جہتی زوال سے نجات کیلئے تعلیم وتحقیق وسیرت النبیﷺ کواپنارول ماڈل بنائے۔— Dr Hussain Qadri (@DrHussainQadri) December 11, 2021
گریژن کالج ننکانہ صاحب، سیرت النبیﷺ کانفرنس سے خطاب pic.twitter.com/g8pWPk74rp
In his address, Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri said that whenever Muslims suffered decline in history, they paid attention to strengthening their bond with education and research. "In particular, they made conscious efforts to revive their relationship with the person of the Holy Prophet (pbuh) and in no time, they regained their lost glory," he said.
President MQI said that Muslims are facing a comprehensive decline today as well and in order to replace the fall with the rise, they should make Seerat-un-Nabi (pbuh) their role model. He said that MQI is working hard for the projection of Islam's progressive ideals and ideology and setting up educational institutions throughout the country for the elimination of ignorance and the spread of the light of knowledge. "Hundreds of thousands of children belonging to the lower and poor classes are greatly benefiting from these institutions," he added.
Addressing the conference, Principal of Garrison College Chaudhry Muhammad Yaseen said that the prophetic teachings (pbuh) need to be promoted for the character building of the youth.
Speaking on the occasion, Sardar Gopal Singh Chawla said that the services of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri are praiseworthy in the context of the promotion of human rights and interfaith harmony. He said that Dr Qadri has beautifully explained the philosophy of equality in Islam which has boosted the morale and confidence of the minority communities living in Pakistan. He said that we, as representatives of minorities, pay homage to the exemplary contributions of MQI and Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri.
In addition to Allama Rana Muhammad Idrees Qadri, Chaudhry Fahd Yaseen, Dr Muhammad Usman Nazir, Khalid Mahmood, Shafique Ahmad Tahir, Muhammad Owais Tahir, Khalid Mahmood Tahir, Mushtaq Ahmad Saifi, the office holders of all forums of MQI, religious scholars, professors, government officials, lawyers and representatives of media, thousands of students and people attended the conference.