• Habib-ur- Rahman Sarhad University of Science & IT, Peshawar


World population, major religions, Ethnic conflicts, Interfaith harmony, socio-economic cooperation


World’s population is fast growing with increase in the number of adherents of different religions. Side by side, the economic needs also increase and simultaneously creates a gap between demand and supply of exigencies of life. Disposal of industrial surplus on the one hand and need satisfaction of the developing countries on the other hand is one of the reasons of conflicts. The development of communication system and advancement in electronic media has been bringing the people closer to each other. Due to human interaction and demonstration effect, different sociologies are continuously influencing the living style of the people across the globe. The level of knowledge is again affecting the mind set and attitude at larger scale. All these changes, resulting from fast human interaction, traditional life style is passing through a radical change. Simultaneously, the economic race among industrially advanced countries and urge for economic development in developing countries resulted in creating rivalry and hatred among the nations. Due to this hatred many civilized nations have been found discriminatory treatment with minority, sending severe shock to the philanthropists and attracting attention of the agencies fighting for Human Rights. Such incidents are causing disruptions in international relations among the countries and adding fuel to the fire of hatred. This paper aims at finding out root causes of the discriminative treatment leading to hatred and suggesting measures which can eliminate hatred and develop interfaith harmony throughout the world.

Author Biography

Habib-ur- Rahman, Sarhad University of Science & IT, Peshawar

Associate Dean, Department of Business Administration