New Delhi: Muslim Students Organization (MSO) organized an International Students Conference on Palestine Solidarity, which was hosted by Dr. Shujaat Qadri. The conference aimed to bring together students from different countries to discuss the current situation in Palestine and show solidarity with the people of Palestine. The conference saw the participation of several esteemed speakers, including Mr. Firoz Mithipurwala, who gave the opening remarks. The speakers who delivered speeches at the conference provided valuable insights into the issue and shared their views on the way forward.
Ahmad Farhan Bin Rosli, the President of The National Union of Malaysian Muslim Students, Malaysia, shared his thoughts on the importance of unity among Muslims and how it could help in resolving the issue of Palestine. He stressed the need for global support for Palestine and called on all nations to recognize the rights of the Palestinian people.
Ahmet Guven, an Executive Member of Istanbul Cihannuma, Turkiye, discussed the historical background of the issue and how it has affected the region. He emphasized the need for a peaceful solution to the problem and called for an end to the occupation of Palestine.
Saif Aqel, the Deputy International leader of Fateh Youth Movement, Palestine, provided an update on the current situation in Palestine and the challenges faced by the people there. He called on the international community to take action and put pressure on Israel to stop its aggression.
Ms. Maoti highlighted the importance of using social media platforms to share accurate and authentic information about the situation in Palestine, especially given the prevalence of misinformation and biased reporting in mainstream media. She encouraged students to use social media to engage with a wider audience and create a ripple effect of support for Palestine.
Adnan Tahsin Alamdar, the Joint General Secretary, Bangladesh Islami Chattarsena, Bangladesh, highlighted the role of youth in creating awareness about the issue and mobilizing support for Palestine. He called on students to take up the cause and play an active role in spreading the message of Palestine solidarity.
Finally, Afandi Ismail Hasan, the Coordinator of the Department Demokrasi Majelis Nasional KAHMI, Indonesia, discussed the impact of the issue on the Muslim world and the need for a unified approach to resolving the issue. He emphasized the importance of peaceful means and dialogue in finding a lasting solution.
In conclusion, the International Students Conference on Palestine Solidarity brought together students from various parts of the world to show their support for the people of Palestine. The speakers who delivered speeches provided valuable insights into the issue and emphasized the need for a peaceful solution. We hope that this conference will lead to greater awareness about the issue and more efforts to find a just and lasting solution.