Pakistan will host an international conference on Islamophobia in November this year. The conference will be attended by representatives from over 50 countries. The aim of the conference is to discuss the issue of Islamophobia and to develop strategies to counter it.
Pakistan will organize a big meeting in November this year to talk about a problem called Islamophobia. People from more than 50 countries will come to this meeting.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Pakistan and a group called the National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) are planning this meeting. They want to talk about hate towards Islam and how to stop it.
Bilawal Bhutto-Zardari, who is the former Foreign Minister of Pakistan, started a big meeting at the United Nations on Friday. They did this to show respect for International Day to Combat Islamophobia. In his strong speech, he asked everyone to come together to fight against hate, unfair judgments, and not accepting others.
The meeting will happen in Islamabad, which is the main city of Pakistan. We don’t know the exact days yet, but it will likely be in the second part of November.
The meeting will have two main parts. In the first part, experts will talk about what Islamophobia is, why it happens, and what it does. In the second part, government people and others from society will talk about ways to stop Islam hatred.
Agena Of the Meeting
This meeting is happening because more and more people are being mean to Muslims and Islam in different parts of the world. Islamophobia means not liking Islam or Muslims and treating them badly. This can mean being unfair, violent, or saying bad things.
This meeting is important. It will help people understand Islamophobia better and find ways to stop it. Pakistan wants to show that it’s serious about stopping religious hating.
The meeting has some main goals:
- Understand what Islamophobia is and why it happens.
- Find ways to stop Islamophobia in different places.
- Make different religions get along better.
- Make people agree that we should stop agendas towards hating Islam.
Lots of important people will come to this meeting, like government leaders, religious leaders, teachers, and people from society. We hope the meeting goes well and helps stop Islamophobia.