Nation Observing Youm-e-Tashakur Today


United Nations, comprising 193-member states, had adopted a landmark resolution introduced by Pakistan, on behalf of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), designating 15 March as “International Day to Combat Islamophobia”.

The nation is observing Youm-e-Tashakur today. Radio Pakistan will transmit a podcast on Islamophobia while Pakistan Television will air special transmission on Islamophobia and will highlight the unflinching efforts of the Prime Minister to tackle Islamophobia. It will also broadcast a documentary with the chronology of hate events against Muslims.
Special segments will appear on television channels during talk shows and morning programs. Ulema, scholars, academicians, women scholars, and members of civil society will take part in activities during the day.
The International Islamic University will host a discussion on “Rising Islamophobia in the World and Pakistan’s Positive Role.” A dialogue will be held by the Pakistan Ulema Council.
Foreign missions in important countries including the United States, European Union, and Gulf Cooperation Council will organize events to highlight Pakistan’s role in combating Islamophobia.

The main goals of this Resolution include international awareness of the growing phenomenon of Islamophobia and anti-Muslim hatred. Also, to spread the message of tolerance, peaceful coexistence, and interfaith and cultural harmony among people of all faiths, races, and nations.


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