A nation is with its youth

The youth of the Islamic world is also facing the challenges which are being faced by Islamic nation and will respond to them with the faith which they have to achieve the best for Islamic societies.
Throughout the history of Islam, the youth have faced many challenges, including the challenges faced by the early Muslims of the youth who believed in the message of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) such as Usama bin Zaid, Zayd ibn Thabit, Abdullah ibn Umar, Asma’ bint Abu Bakr As-Siddiq and others.
Since then, the young Muslims have continued to translate their faith and role in the renaissance of the Islamic nation. They carried the responsibilities in various fields and participated in the building of societies. An example is Sultan Mohammed Al Fateh, who was one of the most prominent leaders of the Ottoman Empire. He faced great challenges after the fall of Andalusia and collapse of the Abbasid state.
In every civilizational cycle, young people take a leading role whenever they believe that change begins with self-change, and that the building of societies is based on this faith, which aims at preserving human dignity.
We are heirs to the supreme Islamic ideals that made man in the best place.
“And indeed We have honored the children of Adam, and We have carried them on land and sea, and have provided them with Al-Tayyibat (lawful good things) and have preferred them to many of those whom We have created with a marked preferment.” Allah says. (Surah 17 : Ayah 70).
The youth cannot progress and achieve their aspirations without taking the reasons of science in all areas, so the acquisition of knowledge and the discovery of the secrets of life a desire noble.
Therefore, the youth of the Islamic world, who believes in the values of justice, are able to benefit from the historical opportunities that call for creativity in all spheres of life. Islamic societies need the creativity of their youth and their energy to achieve prosperity.
Doha – The Capital of Islamic Youth 2019 – will be a suitable environment for young people to interact and discuss the most important issues, and to offer the conditions of empowerment for a best life for Islamic societies because ‘a nation is with its youth’.