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Saturday February 04, 2012 09:46:56 PM, IINA

Islamabad: Hanan Ali Abbasi, President of National Youth Assembly (NYA) of Pakistan urged the Muslim leaders and countries to launch world-wide Islamic channel for portraying better image of the Muslims along with well-developed social media sites.


His suggestions came during an International Youth and Islamic Awakening Conference held in Teheran on January 28-29, 2012. The conference was inaugurated by Iranian President Mohmud Ahmedinejad. 


Abbasi also suggested formation of General Assembly of Muslim youth, declaration of joint strategy against terrorism and relation with influential countries, creation of international Muslim youth think-tank and founding of a ‘Muslim World Bank’.


Abbasi's suggestions were thoroughly discussed in his research paper that he formally presented to Secretary General of the conference, Ali Akbar Velayati, who is also a former foreign minister of Iran.

On the sidelines of the conference, Abbasi met delegations of various countries – Canada, India, KSA, UK, Egypt, Jordan, Afghanistan, Nepal, Maldives and Malaysia. He exchanged views of mutual interest and delineated all activities and projects about the National Youth Assembly.

While addressing the commission of Indian and Pakistani delegates, Abbasi said: “The extremism and intolerance has deteriorated the image and repute of Islamic world which must unite and inculcate the culture of tolerance.

He stressed the Muslims to focus on scientific and technical education which was essential for development and progress in modern times.


More than 1200 young people from 73 countries participated in the conference. The prominent leaders, speakers, ministers, ambassadors, and members of the parliament from Islamic world made their presence in the conference.

Iranian President Mohmud Ahmedinejad while delivering the opening speech urged the need for educational supremacy by using technology, and said they had to play a role to build peace and justice all over the world.





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New Delhi,27 Jan 2012-IGNOU Vice-Chancellor M Aslam receiving the "Best teaching practices Award" from noted film director Prakash Jha at the India Today Aspire education summit 2012,in New Delhi on Friday. Also in picture India Today Group's Rekha Puri.

(Photo: IANS/Amlan Paliwal)



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