Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri participated in a conference held in National Council of British Parliament

A conference was held under the aegis of the National Council of the British Parliament in London, UK to think over solutions to eradicate non-violent extremism and radicalism. The seminar was addressed by Paul Goodman (Conservative Party), Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri (President WAAG, Pakistan Branch), Lyn Brown MP, Margot James MP and Maqsood Ahmed from DCLG. The audience included representatives of think tanks, police, FCO, DCLG, embassy officials and different organizations. Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri stressed the need for dialogue between religions and different communities for the sake of establishing peace and harmony in the world. He reiterated that sound measures should be taken to counter-act radicalization amongst certain sectors of the population in order to win the battle against terrorist attacks that are plaguing society. He gave praise to religious organizations that are promoting an accurate concept of the role of jihad within Islam and are struggling to remove misconceptions about it. He stated that Jamia al-Azhar, Minhaj-ul-Quran International and other similar institutions were playing a leading role to disseminate the moderate and peaceful nature of Islamic teachings and urged the conference participants to engage in as many activities as possible for the complete removal of extremism and terrorism within the world.