Interfaith dialogue conference stresses:
Qur’an manifest of unity, cooperation between Muslims
Publish date : Sunday 24 December 2017 16:02
A group of Pakistani religious figures have visited Iran’s proximity studies research center hailing the holy book of Islam as best manifest of solidarity among Muslims.
In a meeting between Iran’s center for interfaith dialogue and visiting delegation from Pakistan, Hujjat-ul-Islam Abul Hosseini, deputy of the research center for proximity studies, related on the mission of the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought and capabilities of the research center in order to stress the grounds for mutual cooperation between two countries, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
Iranian cleric in this meeting called the visiting board from Pakistan to materialize proximity capabilities in the country in order to provide the grounds for more cooperation between the neighboring countries.
He slammed the extremist ideology which has blocked the way for solidarity among Muslims and referred to subjects taught in some Pakistani educational centers which are in contrast with Qur’anic verses and lifestyle of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) eventually intensifying tensions among Muslims.
Ata-ul-Rahman, prayer leader and manager of Quetta seminary expressed gratitude for the World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought and said,” Holy Qur’an is the manifest of cooperation between Muslims and we endeavor to teach the reality of Qur’an, away from any extremist view, to our scholars.