Peace and Pakistan

3 Oct

Pathways to Peace

Uploaded by newsxlive on 3 Sep 2011

NewsX Editor-in-Chief Jehangir Pocha brings you Pathways to Peace where leaders from India and Pakistan assemble on the same platform to discuss where the relations between the two countries are going.

Asher Hasan’s message of peace from Pakistan

Uploaded by TEDtalksDirector on 23 Dec 2009

“One of many Pakistanis who came to TEDIndia despite security hassles entering the country, TED Fellow Asher Hasan shows photos of ordinary Pakistanis that drive home a profound message for citizens of all nations: look beyond disputes, and see the humanity we share.”

Coexistence And Religious Tolerance In Islam – DR. Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri

Uploaded by thetruth977 on 30 Sep 2011

Muhammad Tahir ul-Qadri (Urdu: محمد طاہر القادری) (born February 19, 1951, Jhang, Pakistan) is a Pakistani Sufi scholar and former professor of international constitutional law at the University of the Punjab.

Qadri is the founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran International, a broad-based global Sufi organization working in the fields of welfare, human rights and education. Its objectives are the promotion of a moderate and non-extremist vision of Islam, the establishment of good relations and understanding between communities and religions, and the education of youth “employing the methods of Sufism”.  He also founded The Minhaj University of which he is the head of the Board of Governors, as well as an international relief charity, Minhaj Welfare Foundation.

Qadri is also the founding chairman of the political party Pakistan Awami Tehreek (PAT), although he is no longer involved in politics. Qadri spoke at the World Economic Forum in January 2011

A Profile of Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri

BBC: Muslim peace conference condemns terrorism

Thousands of Muslims have attended a peace conference in London which has condemned terrorism.

About 12,000 Muslims gathered at Wembley Arena for Islamic group Minhaj-ul-Quran’s Peace for Humanity Conference.

The conference launched a campaign to get one million people to sign an online declaration of peace by 2012.

Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri said the conference would send a message that 10 years of extremist activity should end.

‘Love and smiles’

Dr Tahir-ul-Qadri is the founder of Minhaj-ul-Quran and gave the keynote speech at the event, despite having received death threats after issuing a fatwa – or religious ruling – against terrorism last year.

The cleric was repeatedly applauded during his address in which he said the “terrible” 9/11 attacks in the US had distorted perceptions of Islam over the past decade.

He told the audience: “In spite of statements and memorandum and condemnation of the terror, the voices of the 99% true, peace-loving Muslims have not been heard, they have been drowned out by the clamour and the noise of extremists.

“Islam has nothing to do with any act of terrorism. We reject every act of extremism and terrorism unconditionally.”

The event, which took one year to organise, was attended by people from across the UK, many of whom arrived in coaches.

Those who attended heard a series of lengthy and impassioned speeches, some in Arabic, from Islamic scholars denouncing terrorism and extremism.

Ghazala Hassan al-Qadri, president of the MQI Women’s League, told attendees: “Islam teaches love, it teaches compassion, it teaches tolerance, it teaches mercy.”

Another speaker – Egypt-based Islamic scholar Shaykh Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri – told the conference: “Islam is a religion of justice, not a religion of injustice… is a religion of manners and co-operation, not a religion of extremism and radicalisation… is a religion of forgiveness and pardon, not a religion of brutality and revenge.”

Messages of support

The audience heard pre-recorded messages of support from, amongst others, Prime Minister David Cameron, Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg, opposition leader Ed Miliband, United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-Moon and Archbishop of Canterbury Dr Rowan Williams.

And there were prayers for peace from representatives from a number of different religions including the Bishop of Barking, the Rt Rev David Hawkins, Jewish rabbis and representatives from the Hindu, Buddhist and Sikh faiths.

The declaration of peace included a call for democracy and good governance in the Muslim world, respect for human rights, and alleviation of poverty throughout the world.

Sami Yusuf – I’m Your Hope ~  to pakistani youth;
“pakistani youth need to stand now its time to wake up and clean corruption in pakistan and corrupted leader”

Uploaded by pakistanpowerful1 on 20 Apr 2011


Prayer for Peace Pakistan
Prayer for Peace PakistanPrayer for Peace is an Event Organized by the Youth of Pakistan for the Youth of Pakistan! This event is to unite the nation and to motivate us all to play active roles in bringing peace to our beloved country.

Prayer for Peace will include:

• Launching of Flying Lanterns (1000+) to enlighten up the sky.
• National Anthem.
• National songs to give tribute to those who sacrificed their lives for Our Country and Fight against Terror.
• Candle Lighting ceremony.
• Prayer for peace (Dua-e-Aman).

(Promo for  13th SEPTEMBER 2011. ISLAMABAD )
Uploaded by TheZeroTalent on 18 Aug 2011


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