- SZABIST - Karachi
SZABIST - Karachi: Stop Junaid Jamshed dars at campuses who opposed women-driving in Pakistan
Pakistan's future lies with liberal, democratic & secular values. Pakistan is fighting a war with religious extremists, fundamentalism & dark-ness. Shaheed Benazir Bhutto sacrificed her life to enlighten future of Pakistan with modern education & knowledge-based economy with ultra-techonological environment while cooperating with global powers like USA, China, Russia, Europe & other global forces.
Shaheed BB established SZABIST to achieve above mission & to empwer youth with modern education system & create knowledge economy along with technological environment.
On February 15, 2013 IBA Sukker had US Ambassdor Olson & Cosul General as their guests equiping their students with modern knowledge & secular-vision for which BB Shaheed had sacrificed. On the other hand, BB Shaheed's institution SZABIST was having a Dars of Junaid Jamshed, who recently has said that Driving by women is result of all evils in Pakistan. JJ respresents extremist mind-set existing in Pakistan which is opposed to modern knowledge-based society coopering with international community & existing with global peace & love irrespective of any religion.
SZABIST should promote liberalism, secular values, love for all religions without any superiority to special religion, women-empowerment & modern knowledge to its youth.
It is our collective responsibility to disengage & discourage such extremists coming into mainstream education institutions.
- SZABIST - Karachi
Stop Junaid Jamshed dars at campuses who opposed women-driving in Pakistan
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