Dr. jamileh-sadat alamolhoda emphasizes the role of knowledge and ethics in islam.

Dr. Jamileh-Sadat Alamolhoda, wife of the Iranian President, delivered a thought-provoking address at the National University of Modern Languages (NUML), highlighting the profound impact of Islam on global enlightenment through its emphasis on knowledge over 1400 years ago.

In her speech, Dr. Jamileh emphasized the intrinsic link between knowledge and ethics, asserting that knowledge devoid of ethical principles holds no true value. She underscored the pivotal role of religious leaders during the colonial era, particularly in Iran and the surrounding regions, in fostering unity among nations.

Dr. Jamileh lauded the contributions of renowned figures such as the Poet of the East, Muhammad Iqbal, in disseminating the Islamic message of knowledge and ethics through poetry. She also unveiled her own book, “The Art of Living Femininely,” expressing her gratitude for the opportunity to share her insights, with plans for its translation into Urdu.

Acknowledging NUML’s significant role in knowledge dissemination, Dr. Jamileh expressed a desire to explore avenues for mutual academic collaboration, particularly in the realms of science, technology, and languages.

In response, the Rector of NUML, Major General (retd) Shahid Mahmood Kayani, highlighted the historic and enduring bond between Pakistan and Iran, characterized by mutual trust and deep-rooted people-to-people connections.

As a gesture of esteem, Dr. Jamileh was bestowed with an honorary PhD degree in educational sciences by the NUML Rector, cementing her commitment to fostering academic exchange and cooperation between the two nations.