ISLAMABAD-it is obligatory upon West, especially UK and USA to work for winning hearts and minds of people of Pakistan by giving them sufficient aid to promote their health and education. These views were expressed by the Faisal Kareem Kundi, Deputy Speaker National Assembly on Thursday while speaking at conference on Pak-UK Relations: Challenges and Opportunities. The event was organised by the International Islamic University Islamabad (IIUI) in collaboration with Deen International a British based non-profit, civil society organisation. Faisal Kareem Kundi, Deputy Speaker National Assembly was chief guest while Abdul Rasheed JP, Lord Mayor of Birmingham UK and Chancellor Birmingham City University, UK, Dr. Khursheed Ahmad CBE, Member board of Governors, Aston university UK and Chairman 'Deen International, Dr Anwar Siddiqui, President IIUI were also spoke at the occasion. A large number of students from various faculties of IIUI and other educational institutions were present at the occasion. While speaking on the occasion Faisal Kareem Kundi, Deputy Speaker National Assembly said that more Pakistani students should be given admissions to UK and USA universities so that they may be able to bridge gap between Pakistan and West. In his address Dr Anwar Siddiqui, President IIUI said that the university is working for creation of harmony among Pakistanis and the Western world by promoting culture of understanding and tolerance. He further continued that the Islamic University is open for all and everyone is welcomed at its campuses. He quoted visits of Former British PM, Tony Blair, British Foreign secretary David Miliband, renowned scholar Karen Armstrong and others to the university. While speaking on the occasion Lord Mayor of Birmingham and Abdul Rasheed condemned all sorts of terrorism and said that only by creating a culture of dialogue among civilizations we can make this planet a place to live. APP adds: It is also a matter of pride that two percent Pakistanis live in Britian while the number of Pakistani doctors in Britian hospitals is seven percent. Showing concern over the situation in FATA and NWFP, the Deputy Speaker stressed the need to provide quality higher education to the people of the areas for the promotion of peaceful environment. Muhammad Muneer, Representative IIUI gave presentation on 'Suicide Attacks: Martyrdom Operation or Acts of Terrorism. About suicide attacks , he elaborated that the killing of innocent children and women is prohibited in Islamic law. Similarly on the name of Jihad, destruction of civilian objects and property is also forbidden. Dr. Khursheed Ahmad, Chairman Deen International UK highlighted the aspects of campaign I am Britain; I am Muslim initiated by the institute to further strengthen Pak-Britain relationship and highlight the achievements of Britain-based Pakistanis working in different fields. The campaign also aimed at removing misconceptions between both the countries and enhancing people to people contact. Dr. Khursheed also appreciated the efforts of IIUI in maintaining standard of education. Chaudhry Abdul Rashid, Lord Mayor of Birmingham UK also called to strengthen bilateral ties between both the countries. President IIUI, Dr Anwaar Siddiqui also expressed his views on the occasion.