From the oasis cities of Makkah and Madina in the Arabian Desert, the message of Islam went forth with electrifying speed. Islam being a religion for all the people from whatever race or background they might be, gave a sense of equality to all the human beings. This sense of equality in Islam extends to women rights and gives them privileges, which she never enjoyed under other religious or constitutional systems.
Islam gives a lot of importance to female education. The Holy prophet (SAW) said, “It is essential for every Muslim, man or woman to seek knowledge. Islam never bans female education but rather makes it compulsory. Islam has also laid greater stress on the domestic duties of women for which education is also a necessity in this age of tremendous competition. A society like ours in which the disparity between men and women on the basis of sex and due to old stereotypes is so deeply rooted that it warrants lots of individual and concerted efforts at all levels and on all fronts. In this direction, the only effective tool to enable a woman to lead at least a healthy and humane life is “women empowerment”. As a virtual architect of society, a woman must be endowed with education both social and scientific /technical, for the realization of her individuality and fulfillment of personal ambitions.
Today the youth of Pakistan are facing various social political and economical challenges. There is a strong felt need for the female youth alongside the male youth to take revolutionary steps to protect nation’s destiny. Female youth can especially make a very important contribution towards the spread of literacy in their localities. They also need to be practical, logical and reasonable in choosing their professions .Despite of evils of terrorism and corruption, Pakistani youth need to play a leading role in promoting liberalism, classlessness’, and harmony throughout Pakistan in the light of the version of the Quid to brighten up the future of Pakistan.