Addressing a huge public meeting at Dir stadium on Friday, he recalled that in 1977, an agreement had been reached between Maulana Mufti Mehmud and Prime Minister Z.A. Bhutto but the army stepped in then nobody could throw it out of power later.
The JI chief said the army would not interfere on the August 14, however, the situation in the country was not good. He said that the Prime Minister House was not loyal to anyone. However, the greatest responsibility of resolving the crisis rested with the government. He added that the courts could not give a decision in this regard.
The JI chief said the government had not yet completed its two years. He said that if the trouble started, the system would not survive. He said the national leadership should stand with one voice for pulling the country out of the crisis. The government should show large hearted and the opposition should not make any thing point of prestige.
He said that the US, Britain and other anti Islam forces wanted to destabilize Pakistan and deprived her of her nuclear assets. These powers wanted to make the role of the armed forces controversial in order to weaken our defense. And at the same time, the US wanted to create a new state within Pakistan.
Sirajul Haq said that he had made earnest efforts for reconciliation between the warring parties and put forth a formula before the Prime Minister.
Referring to the Palestine issue, Sirajul Haq said that the JI had postponed its Public agenda because of Israel’s hostilities in Gaza., till August 17. He said the JI would gather the masses in Islamabad and Karachi on August 17 to express solidarity with the Palestinians. He also urged the government to represent the Muslim world on the issue of the liberation of the Qibla e Awwal.
The JI chief said that every child of the Muslim world was ready to die for the Qibla Awwal but unfortunately, the leadership of the Muslims was in the hands of cowards. He said even a UN official was in tears on Israel’s brutalities in Gaza but the Muslim rulers remained unmoved. He said that he had written letters to Saudi King Abdullah, Iranian President and other rulers and appealed them to heed to the cries of the Palestinian children being massacred in Gaza.