Interfaith In Islamic State For Diversity & Harmony

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Dr Abdul Aleem , Dr Ali Asghar Khan , Dr Hafiz Muhammad Sarwar , Dr Asjad Ali , Dr Khawar Mansoor , Talib Ali Awan


Interfaith discourse has gained popularity among Muslim states and civil society organizations during the past 20 years as a way to interact with non-Muslims, particularly Christians. The objective is to foster interpersonal ties among various religions and civilizations members. The idea of interreligious discussion and how it relates to Islam are evaluated in this study. The study demonstrates how Islam, which recognizes all earlier prophets as Prophets of Islam, plays a special role in fostering interreligious communication by upholding justice, equal rights, and the freedom of religious beliefs and practices of any religion, culture, and civilization. The greatest point in the study's conclusion is that Islam is a complete religion supporting peaceful interreligious relations. In this world of various faiths and traditions, it can be used as a model for reducing interreligious disputes and fostering interreligious harmony and peaceful coexistence. We must identify the underlying causes of this issue and devise a solution that brings together individuals from various religious and cultural traditions to engage in meaningful interreligious conversation in the service of humanity as a whole. The world's interreligious conflicts must be reduced, and interreligious dialogue is crucial for doing so. The most crucial factor that must be taken into account is that every religion must be included in the policy-making process to educate the people and inform them of their fundamental rights as members of society. The state must use societal change and positive presentation to involve everyone in policy-making. They have the right to live honorably thanks to their generous representation in governmental issues. Each person has the right to assert their claim to a clear work description to individuals and their right to authorize land. The state needs to address the problem of religious radicalism firmly. Therefore, having a multicultural and multi-religious society is crucial for trade, the arts, and education. The state must protect its incredible religious traditions and cultures to ensure that non-Muslims have a powerful and peaceful presence.

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