Quran is a source of guidance for the whole of humanity as besides the Muslims even non-Muslims too benefit from the Holy Quran which is the only heavenly book preserved in its original form, said an educationist.

Dr Muhammad Akram, the vice-chancellor of University of Sargodha, was delivering a lecture on Ajazul Quran during an Iftar Dinner held at the VC’s residence. He said that the anti-Islam elements tried their best to raise baseless objections against the Holy Quran but they never succeeded. The objections of the orientalists should be addressed with reason, knowledge and logic, he added.

“We should benefit from this sacred month of Ramazan by observing fast and offering prayers and to remember Allah Almighty,” stressed Vice Chancellor. Dr Hussain Ahmad, Director Public Relations and Publications, said, “We should make paramount efforts to spread the real essence of teachings of Holly Quran in the world by practicing the teachings of Islam.”