Department of Shia Theology

Outreach

Dept. data last updated on :03/12/2021

Overseas Visits by Faculty Member's

3.Dr Asghar Ajaz delivered religious Lectures in Leicestershire, UK   on the Topic of “Aqaid, Human Right, Peace, and    Harmonics in 2017


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17:70 We have honored the childrens of Adam, and provided them with rides on land and in the sea. We provided for them good provisions, and we gave them greater advantages than many of our creatures.

49:13 O people, we created you from the same male and female, and rendered you distinct peoples and tribes that you may recognize one another. The best among you in the sight of GOD is the most righteous. GOD is Omniscient, Cognizant                                 


4.Dr.Raza Abbas delivered religious Lectures in Amsterdam Netherlands in 2018 on the Topic of “Goal of Religion, and Life of Prophet Mohammad (SWAS).

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When Muhammad was five or six his mother took him to Yathrib, an oasis town a few hundred miles north of Mecca, to stay with relatives and visit his father's grave there. On the return journey, Amina took ill and died. She was buried in the village of Abwa on the Mecca-Medina Road. Halima, his nurse, returned to Mecca with the orphaned boy and placed him in the protection of his paternal grandfather, Abdul Al-Muttalib. In this man's care, Muhammad learned the rudiments of statecraft. Mecca was Arabia's most important pilgrimage center and Abdul Al-Muttalib its most respected leader. He controlled important pilgrimage concessions and frequently presided over Mecca's Council of Elders                               
                                



5.Dr. Syed Hadi Raza Taqvi delivered a lecture to the  Students and faithful sisters at Sakahni on the Topic of “"Woman in the Mirror of Divine Beauty and Divine Glory "in 2015

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Overseas Visits by Faculty Member's


1.Prof.Syed Tayyab Raza Naqvi delivered religious Lectures in New Jersey, USA, on the Topic of “Ethic, Mankind, Unity, Peace, and Harmonics in 2015. In this lecture’s, discussing peace in Islam as like, the primary principle in Islam is peace. Islam emphasizes on peace in communication with all Muslim and non- Muslim people in a society, and encourages its adherents to avoid war and violence.

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The Qur’an places limits on the use of force. The Qur’an acknowledges the right of retribution but states “those who forgive the injury and make reconciliation will be rewarded by God.” (Qur’an 42: 40). There are many principles of peace in Islam, which are significant for creating the culture of peace that I shall point to some of them here:

The first and cardinal principle of culture of peace is the acceptance of religious faith is optional. According to Islamic teachings, people are free to accept religious belief. Qur'an says: “Let there be no compulsion in religion: Truth stands out clear from error: whoever rejects evil and believes in Allah has grasped the most trustworthy handhold that never breaks. And God hears and knows all things


2.Prof.Syed Tayyab Raza Naqvi delivered religious Lectures in New Jersey, USA, on the Topic of “Ethic, Mankind, Unity, Peace, and Life of Prophet Mohammad (SWAS) in 2016 In this lecture’s, discussing. The Medina  Charter,  written and   promulgated by  Prophet  Muhammad for   the multi-religious ten thousand-strong citizens of the city-state of Medina in 622 A.D is   truly   a   remarkable   political-constitutional   document and focusing on the Right of non-Muslim

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The non-Muslims had the following rights on the condition they "follow" the Muslims:

1.   The security of God is equal for all groups

2.   Non-Muslim members have the same political and cultural rights as Muslims. They have autonomy and freedom of religion.

3.   Non-Muslims take up arms against the enemy of the nation and share the cost of war. There is to be no treachery between the two.

4.   Non-Muslims are not obliged to take part in the Muslims' religious wars