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MENAFN - Arab News - 01/05/2014
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(MENAFN - Arab News) Bitsoa (brothers in the service of all) a newly formed non-profit social organization of indian expats and focus jeddah jointly hosted a personality development workshop conducted by a.w. sadathullah khan a well-known international speaker and founder of islamic voice a bangalore-based international organization.

'one needs to bring about change within in order to change in the world" the speaker said quoting qur'anic verses.

sadathullah dealt with issues such as anger management fostering relations between children and parents and spouses and engaging in the regular use of qur'anic references. he took participants from the false world of the ego hatred and frustration to a new world of reality and gave them guidance on how to achieve peace tranquility and happiness by implementing simple day-to-day habits.

sadathullah is famous for his innovative workshop entitled 'discover yourself" which he developed himself and which he has conducted in many parts of the world.

many participants interacted with sadathullah during the three-day workshop at the auditorium of the al-rayan polyclinic in sharafiyah.

the event was fully supported by local group 'tafareg."

'the speaker mingled with the audience. people paid full attention and enjoyed every bit of the event" said aliuddin one of the organizers.

'participants paid eloquent tributes to sadathullah during the concluding ceremony for teaching new concepts they had been unaware of in the past" he said.

akbar batcha president of all india islahi center inaugurated the workshop while t. shuhaib ceo of al-rayan polyclinic presented a memento to sadathullah. abdul hakim president of khak-e-taiba who was the chief guest praised sadathullah for conducting such useful workshops and the organizers for bringing him to jeddah.

salah kardan adviser to focus jeddah gave a vote of thanks.


 


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