IIUI’s Dawah Academy organizes Training Course for FATA Teachers


ISLAMABAD, Pakistan: An-eight day long training program for 40 School Teachers of Federally Administrated Tribal Areas (FATA) organized by Dawah Academy of International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) concluded in Islamabad on Monday.

The program was aimed to disseminate Islam’s message of peace through respected professionals of society.

Participant teachers had motivational sessions and lectures on ethics, Rights of Quran-e-Majeed and various other topics.

“Teaching is sacred obligation and fortunate are those who are chosen by God for this purpose” said the IIUI President Dr. Ahmed Yousif Ahmed Al Draiweesh.

The IIUI president added that teaching was the legacy of Prophets and teachers are the builders of society.

He called upon the teaching fraternity to keep children away from sectarianism, violence and they must be taught love for soil and religion.

He also stressed upon unity of Muslim world to counter the prevailing challenges, adding Islam was religion of peace and this message must reach to all corners of world.

Dr. Al-Draiweesh maintained that love for humanity and peaceful co-existence must be promoted across the world.

The Director General Dawah Academy Dr.  Sohail Hassan thanked the IIUI president for joining the ceremony and vowed that the academy would keep perusing its objective of dissemination of peace.

The ceremony was also attended by other officers of the academy while the IIUI president distributed course completion certificates among the participants.

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