CIPS holds seminar on understanding the Palestinian Conflict
NUST Centre for International Peace & Stability (CIPS) organised a seminar titled “Understanding the Palestinian Conflict” on June 4, 2021.
The seminar brought together renowned academics and analysts from various countries; they shared their views on the worsening Palestinian conflict with the participants, emphasising the early resolution of the conflict to bring lasting peace to the region and beyond. The recent episode of violence and the global outcry against it is a visible sign that violence against Palestinians is not going unheard globally, speakers noted, adding the world’s opinion on the issue is gradually yet steadily turning against the Israeli occupation and atrocities against the defenseless people.
Panelists included Mr Nader Alturk, Deputy Head of Mission at the Palestinian Embassy in Islamabad, Dr Martin Kear from the University of Sydney, Australia, Dr Imran Syed from COMSATS University, Islamabad, Dr Farah Naz from NUST, Mr Ejaz Haider from Lahore, Pakistan, Ms Leila Hatoum from Lebanon, Dr Junaid Ahmed from London, and Ms Kainat Kamal and Ms Aisha Ali from CIPS, NUST