Universal Nexus for Interfaith Trust & Engagement
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INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
UPCOMING PLANS
NEWS
The conditions regarding the protection of the rights of minorities are not ideal in Pakistan.
 
The violence continues unabated targeting non-Muslims and their assets in many cities across the country.
 
This despite the fact that under Islam, the rights of minorities in Muslim societies are fully protected to ensure their complete security and harmony; and the same can be deemed ideal for any society.
 
In order to ensure, safeguard and promote the rights of non-Muslims as enshrined in Islam.  UNITE would undertake and strive to improve & ensure an enabling environment for non-Muslims in society. UNITE shall operate under the aegis of this federal ministry to realize its plan under the able guidance of Janab Sardar Muhammad Yousaf.
 
The head of UNITE is the country's young, renowned religious leader Mufti Abu Huraira Mohiuddin, who is rendering ideal guidance by preaching patience and tolerance, religious harmony while educating youth about Islam's progressive ideas in the country.
Majlis Saut ul Islam Pakistan (MSIP) was established in 1991 to reach out to young ulema with a message of pluralism; shunning racial, religious, sectarian, ethnic and regional prejudice and leanings.

It embarked on this new path to ensure global peace when few foresaw the absolute necessity for sustaining a peaceful world.
Hold a two-day International Conference in Islamabad on Interfaith Harmony that would include leading scholars and representatives from over 20 countries.

w This would send out a strong message for peace and amity, raise issues of minorities and offer workable solutions from the scholars' own experience.
Inauguration ceremony of Universal Nexus for Interfaith Trust and Engagement (UNITE) organized by Federal Ministry of Interfaith Harmony on June 16, 2015. The ceremony was attended by Minister for Interfaith Harmony Sardar Mohammad Yousuf. UNITE Chairman Mufti Abu Huraira Mohiuddin said that it was because of the few so-called religious leaders that the image of clergy class has been portrayed negatively in the society. He said they have trained 600 religious scholars on peace, interfaith harmony and tolerance. Ms. Bashir said that there was shrinking space for people from different religions and urged for mutual respect to foster harmony. She demanded from the Federal Minister that we need those religious and political leaders who own us.







Chairman's Message
 
For an overwhelming mass of mankind around the globe, faith remains an essential foundation of life.  It anchors us in times of stress, uncertainty and is a binding force for engendering amiable communities.
 
The vast majority of people of faith live in harmony with their neighbors, whatever their creed. But within each religion, a restless minority is bent upon to assert dogmatic doctrines through hatred and extreme violence. This misguided lot lashes out at the right of all to freedom of thought, conscience and religion.
 
We live in times of turmoil and change - economic, environmental, demographic and political.  This continuing evolution brings both hope and uncertainty.  Our job is to ensure that hope wins, and our task shall see fruition if the purveyors of all faiths collaborate in common goal. 
 
We are here to preserve the heritage and teachings of all major religions against the rising tide of intolerance.  It is imperative that the progressive majority stands up and be counted in negating the forces of extremism.  There is no way to peace; peace is the way.
 
At UNITE's upcoming International Interfaith Conference in November, we seek to learn, share and inspire in order to unify faiths and cultures.  Religious and cultural leaders have a responsibility to speak the language of harmony and respect within and outside their communities. By sustaining dialogue is to appreciate the otherness of the other. Dialogue is never a concession, but always a tool for mutual understanding.
 
We must also reach out to young people with a message of hope.  Youth is too often marginalized, jobless and faces an unknown future. Sadly, youth voices are usually drowned in officious, highbrow machinations of their elders. And resultantly, in some cases, they succumb to the lure of fanatics offering a sense of cause, community and yes, supposed utopia.  We need to lay bare these false premises and jointly deliver a forcible counter narrative.
 
This cannot be achieved by words alone.  Young people need jobs and a rightful stake in a future that resonates with their aspirations.  UNITE's goal is to utilize their energy and zest for ushering in a better world that champions respect, admiration and celebration of diversity in all its forms. To do that, we need the engagement of all stakeholders - including young people and communities of faith.   
 
Let us not forget that what separates us is minuscule compared with what unites us.  Working together, we can achieve all our goals for peace, prosperity and physical and spiritual well-being.

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INTRODUCTION
BACKGROUND
UPCOMING PLANS
NEWS
The conditions regarding the protection of the rights of minorities are not ideal in Pakistan.
 
The violence continues unabated targeting non-Muslims and their assets in many cities across the country.
 
This despite the fact that under Islam, the rights of minorities in Muslim societies are fully protected to ensure their complete security and harmony; and the same can be deemed ideal for any society.
 
In order to ensure, safeguard and promote the rights of non-Muslims as enshrined in Islam.  UNITE would undertake and strive to improve & ensure an enabling environment for non-Muslims in society. UNITE shall operate under the aegis of this federal ministry to realize its plan under the able guidance of Janab Sardar Muhammad Yousaf.
 
The head of UNITE is the country's young, renowned religious leader Mufti Abu Huraira Mohiuddin, who is rendering ideal guidance by preaching patience and tolerance, religious harmony while educating youth about Islam's progressive ideas in the country.
Majlis Saut ul Islam Pakistan (MSIP) was established in 1991 to reach out to young ulema with a message of pluralism; shunning racial, religious, sectarian, ethnic and regional prejudice and leanings.

It embarked on this new path to ensure global peace when few foresaw the absolute necessity for sustaining a peaceful world.
Hold a two-day International Conference in Islamabad on Interfaith Harmony that would include leading scholars and representatives from over 20 countries.

w This would send out a strong message for peace and amity, raise issues of minorities and offer workable solutions from the scholars' own experience.
Inauguration ceremony of Universal Nexus for Interfaith Trust and Engagement (UNITE) organized by Federal Ministry of Interfaith Harmony on June 16, 2015. The ceremony was attended by Minister for Interfaith Harmony Sardar Mohammad Yousuf. UNITE Chairman Mufti Abu Huraira Mohiuddin said that it was because of the few so-called religious leaders that the image of clergy class has been portrayed negatively in the society. He said they have trained 600 religious scholars on peace, interfaith harmony and tolerance. Ms. Bashir said that there was shrinking space for people from different religions and urged for mutual respect to foster harmony. She demanded from the Federal Minister that we need those religious and political leaders who own us.