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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.

He said that the treatment of Sardar al-Nabiyyah to his daughter is a lesson for all humanity. The observance of women’s rights was taught to us by Islam. Dr Dawood Awan said Rabi-ul-Awal Sharif has come up with a message of peace. Dr. Ghulam Ali Malah said that the purpose of the conference is to seek guidance from Sairat-ul-Nabi to overcome the problems faced by the Muslim ummah in contemporary epoch and ensure its bright and secure future.

Speakers and participants thanked President Preston University Dr Abdul Basit for providing an opportunity to hold such conference at Preston University. The conference was started with the recitation of the Holy Quran by Qazi Wasim, Syeda Momina Batool recited Naat while Syed Waqar Ali performed the duties of moderator. The conference was attended by a large number of teachers and students from the host university.