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“Human rights were first taught by Islam 1400 years ago”. Dr Muhammad Ali Shah
The Inter Board Committee of Chairman and Inter-University Consortium for Promotion of Social Sciences organized the Serat-ul-Nabi (Peace be upon him) Conference at Preston University Islamabad, in which Vice Chancellor Quaid-e-Azam University Professor Dr Muhammad Ali Shah, Vice Chancellor Preston University Meritorious Professor Dr Muhammad Dawood Awan, Secretary and Chief Executive Officer Inter Board Committee of Chairman Dr Ghulam Ali Mallah, National Coordinator Inter University Consortium Muhammad Murtaza Noor give address on Serat Taiba. Addressing the conference, Dr. Muhammad Ali Shah said that the West spoke of human rights a few years ago, while Islam highlighted other social aspects, including tolerance, kindness, patience, neighbor’s rights, parental rights, and so on 1,400 years ago.

Participating artists were Rahat Naveed Masud, Ali Azmat, Naela Aamir, Sumera Jawad, Muneeb Ali, Anila Zulfiqar, Aqsa Malik, Atif Amir, Habib Alam, Javed Mughal, Humera Omer, Habib Alam, Samina Nasim and Qurat ul Ain Dar. Coordinator General COMSTECH, Prof. Dr. M. Iqbal Choudhary, the grandson of Allama Mohammad Iqbal, Senator Walid Iqbal, the President of the International Turkic Academy, Darkhan Kydyrali, Rector of the Kazakh National University, Zhanseit Tuymebayev, Deputy Minister of Education and Science of Kazakhstan, Kuanysh Yergaliev, Secretary General of TURKSOY Sultan Raev, Deputy Executive Director of the Secretariat of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence.

Building in Asia (CICA), Chi Fan, Ambassador of the Republic of Kazakhstan to the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, Yerzhan Kystafin, Ambassador of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan to the Republic of Kazakhstan, Sajjad Ahmed Seehar, Ambassador of the Republic of Turkey to Kazakhstan, Ufuk Ekici, inaugurated the “Sitara-e-Sharq” exhibition. The exhibition was organized on the sidelines of “Al-Farabi & Iqbal Forum”, held in Almaty, Kazakhstan. The visitors took keen interest in the exhibition and appreciated the art work of Pakistani artists who conveyed message of Allama Iqbal in very effective way.