Geelani, Malik, others speak about message of holy book
Nazool-e-Quran conference held
Srinagar, May 27: Chairman Hurriyat Conference Syed Ali Geelani on Sunday said the universal message of Holy Quran is for all humans and is a source of immense inspiration, guidance and wisdom for whole humanity all over the world.
Addressing a day-long “Nazool-e- Quran “Conference at his Hyderpora residence, Geelani said Quran is a book not just to be read, but to be studied, understood, implemented in every sphere of life and ultimately revered.
Referring to the teachings of Holy Quran, Geelani said, that Quran Lays stress on unity among all followers of Prophet Muhammad (saw), saying the holy book teaches us to hold the rope of Allah and demonstrate firmness and steadfastness in all situations.
Before the revelation of Holy Quran on Prophet Muhammad, the deliverance of justice was a dream, but It is the Quran that inspired humans to deliver justice against all odds without consideration of creed, cast, relation and status, Geelani said.
Appealing youth to follow Qur’an and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) the Hurriyat chairman impressed them to shun sectarian thinking and hold firmly the rope of Allah.
The seminar was also addressed by JKLF chairman Muhammad Yasin Malik and THK chairman Mohammad Ashraf Sehrai besides others.
Muhammad Yasin Malik in his address said that holy book Al Quran is the literal word of Allah (SWT), divinely revealed to Prophet Muhammad (SAWS) through the Angel Gibraeel (AS). Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was called Al Ameen because He was a truthful, honest, trustworthy person. Malik said that the behaviour of Prophet Muhammad (saw) with other humans was so admiral that even enemies honoured him by calling ‘the trustworthy’ or ‘al ameen’.
Tehreek-e-Hurriyat chairman Muhammad Ashraf Sehrai said the word of Almighty Allah is a source of blessings and guidance for all mankind.
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