Leaders mark bicentenary in Pakistan فى باكستان شارك القادة احتفالية الذكرى المئوية الثانية لميلاد حضرة بهاء الله

نٌشر بالانجليزية على موقع الجامعة البهائية العالمية 18 سبتمبر 2017

اسلام اباد:باكستان:المجتمعات البهائية فى العالم تستعد للاحتفال بمرور 200 عام مئويتيتن ميلاد حضرة بهاء الله والتي سيتم الاحتفال بها في 21 و 22 أكتوبر 2017. بالفعل في الشهر الذي يسبق هذه المناسبة الهامة، في عدد متزايد من البلدان.

وفي باكستان، استضافت عضو البرلمان آسيا ناصر اجتماعا في معهد باكستان للخدمات البرلمانية تكريما للذكرى المئوية المقبلة. وفي عملها، شاركت السيدة ناصر في مبادرات للتعايش والانسجام بين الأديان، ولم يكن الاحتفال الذي عقد في 12 أيلول / سبتمبر 2017 استثناء.ودعي أكثر من 100 برلماني ودبلوماسي وزعيم ديني لحضور الاجتماع الذي استند موضوعه إلى نص دينى لحضرة بهاءالله: “ما الأرض الا وطن واحد والبشر جميعا سكانه”

 

السيدة آسيا عضو البرلمان الباكستانى”

بعض الحضور من الشخصيات العامة

وأبرز الاحتفال بالذكرى السنوية ال 200 لميلاد بهاء الله الذي عقد الأسبوع الماضي في معهد باكستان للخدمات البرلمانية مواضيع الوئام والتعايش بين الأديان

ISLAMABAD — All over the world, Baha’i communities are preparing for the 200 year anniversary of Baha’u’llah’s birth, which will be celebrated on 21 and 22 October 2017. Already in the month leading up to this significant occasion, commemorations have been held in a growing number of countries.

In Pakistan, Member of Parliament Asiya Nasir hosted a gathering at the Pakistan Institute of Parliamentary Services in honor of the upcoming bicentenary. In her work, Ms. Nasir has been involved with initiatives for interfaith coexistence and harmony, and the celebration held on 12 September 2017 was no exception.

Over 100 parliamentarians, diplomats, and religious leaders were invited to attend the gathering, the theme of which was based on a well-known passage from Baha’u’llah: “The earth is but one country, and mankind its citizens.”

A tribute to the Baha’i community for the occasion of the 200th anniversary of the
birth of Baha’u’llah from the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony

Ms. Nasir was among a number of speakers at the event whose presentations highlighted this crucial theme.

“This event brought together representatives from many diverse religious groups-Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Baha’i-to celebrate unity,” said Marzieh Kamal, a representative from the Baha’i community.

The conference was organized following a message from the Federal Minister of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony in Pakistan to the Baha’i community.

“Peace and unity are the pivotal teachings of the Baha’i Faith, and the Baha’i community of Pakistan are a peace loving community,” wrote Federal Minister Sardar Muhammad Yousaf in a letter dated 16 August 2017. “Their contribution towards the betterment of individual, society and the country are truly admirable and have been in harmony with efforts being made by our Government of Pakistan.”

Federal Minister Yousaf concluded his message by offering well wishes to the Baha’i community and expressing his confidence in its continued efforts to work for the peace, progress, and prosperity of Pakistan.

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