A two-day training workshop on reconstruction of an inclusive Islamic society concluded here at the Islamic Research Institute (IRI) of the International Islamic University Islamabad which was attended by faculty members of different public sector universities and representatives of religious seminaries.
Dr. Qibla Ayaz, Chairman Council of Islamic Ideology addressed the concluding ceremony as chief guest. He said that negative elements have lethal objectives and they are targeting “ fault lines” prevailing in the society. He added that such fault lines included sectarian differences.
Dr. Masoom Yasinzi, Rector IIUI called for involving 56 million youth in peaceful activities and cultivate its mind with a “ soft approach”. He added that Paigham e Pakistan narrative was accepted across the world and even UN assembly heard its voice.
Earlier, Dr. Muhamamd Zia ul Haq, Director General IRI talked about reconstruction of society and told that multiple workshops and programmes will be conducted in different universities where 500 master trainers will take part to learn about promoting Paigham-e-Pakistan initiative of the government of Pakistan.