ISLAMABAD:10 February: International Islamic University Islamabad’s (IIUI) Islamic Research Institute (IRI) Director General Dr Khalid Masood on Thursday urged the Muslim Ummah to follow teachings of Islam with special focus on moral ethics.
He was addressing a seminar on "Tameer-e-Seerat and Uswa-e-Nabvi (PBUH) and Hazoor (PBUH), custodian of basic human rights" organised by Dawah Academy of the university.
He said the global development can be achieved through following ethics and teachings of Islam. He added that all the charters of human rights are based on truth, humanity, brotherhood and peace, which are initial lessons of our religion and those who deviate from these attributes will go away from their belief.
Renowned religious scholar Muftee Ghulam-ur-Rehman from Peshawar and scholar Dr Ata-ur-Rehman from Quetta delivered lectures on the topic.
IIUI Vice President Professor Dr Sahibzada Sajid-ur-Rehman said Muslims should follow the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) for success in their lives in this world and the life hereafter. He appreciated Dawah Academy for conducting Seerat programmes for the students and employees of the university in the month of Rabiul Awwal.
"Quran and Sunnah is the only source to improve our lifestyle, and its best example is the life of our Prophet (PBUH),” he said. The purpose of such seminars is to educate and translate the teachings of Islam in an understandable manner, he added. app.