Islamabad Institute for Inter-Faith Harmony and Public Life is the ever-first institute in Pakistan that aims to promote the meaning of “interfaith harmony” as bringing peace and tranquility among people by positivity. Another aim of this institution is to exhibit an interrelationship among people of different religious beliefs at the individual and institutional level in Pakistan which projects a positive picture in the polity of nations. In fact, interfaith harmony encourages the dictum to live and lets others live peacefully. In first week of February 2022, this institution was launched at an occasion of observing World Interfaith Harmony Week (WIHW). WIHW was firstly proposed by the King Abdullah II of Jordan at the United Nations in 2010 regarding promoting peace and non-violence across the globe.
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