Why Not Islam?

August 19, 2011 at 6:18 pm Leave a comment

Speaker: Ziaullah Burney – licentiate in Shariah and MSc Telecommunications

The event, which was attended by over 70 students (including teachers), started out with a brief lecture which highlighted the gist of Islamic teachings and moderation.

He also gave examples from history to help students understand that leading their lives on the footing of the Quran and Sunnah is the only key to a balanced and satisfied life. Then QA session began in which questions were raised on various topics. Such as, the blasphemy law, recent political events (Taseer’s death). He said as common people, it is not up to us to take the law into our own hands rather we need to tackle issues in a proper way and refer such issues to the Scholars of Islam and take their guidance in such matters rather than taking decisions, and thus actions, in whatever way we feel is right.

Questions related to worship, relations with parents, managing finances, seeking Islamic knowledge, etc followed. Hafiz Ziaullah addressed all the questions in a very organized manner with quoting references from the Quran and Sunnah. He encouraged the students to go out and seek Islamic knowledge and to enjoin good upon their family members.

 

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