Future looks to Muslims: Alvi stresses on combination of morality, knowledge for Muslims

News Desk

President Dr. Arif Alvi has said the future looks to Muslims, but they need to work hard and ensure that people are educated and healthy. He emphasized on a combination of morality and knowledge for Muslims to grow in the world.

According to media reports, the President has made these remarks while addressing the inaugural session of the Global Al-Farabi Forum in Islamabad on Monday. He said we should go to the principles of Al-Farabi, which are quite relevant even today.

Dr Arif Alvi has said that the world is not looking for morality, but Muslims are looking for morality, and they can bring about a change with the strength of ethics and knowledge. He regretted that Muslims are in misery in Kashmir, Palestine and Rohingya.

“Muslims need to move along with the fast pace of science and technology,” he said.

The President further stated that the Artificial Intelligence has alarmingly increased the pace of knowledge. He urged the Ministerial Standing Committee on Scientific and Technological Cooperation of the OIC to play its role in imparting contemporary knowledge to youth of Muslim Ummah.

He also praised the Muslim philosophers and said it was the Muslim era which brought the old Greek philosophy to the modern world.