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JIP express solidarity with the oppressed Muslims of Myanmar and Aleppo

Lahore : Jamaat-e-Islami Pakistan Amir Senator Siraj ul Haq said if the United Nations’s Security Council can not be moved for 1.2 billion Muslims in the world than the Muslims block should abandon the so-called UN.

He also urged Muslim block to establish a mutual world market, mutual educational syllabus and joint force.
He expressed these views Sunday while addressing Umaat-e-Rasool (SAW) march, held by JI, Karachi to express solidarity to the oppressed Muslims of Myanmar and Aleppo.

The JI leader accused UN of keeping daul standards and enjoying hypocracy. He said that such so-called international institutions do not act to remove the plight of innocent Muslims. They only take action when they deem it fit for the inerests of global powers. He said that they raise their voice even for animals but not take any soild step to help oppressed Muslims.
Tens of Thousands of people, belonging to various walks of life from across the city participated in the march. A large number of semaniry and college students also participated in the rally. Participants, carrying placards and banners, were chanting slogans against the hypocracy of Muslim rulers as well as apathy of international powers. Scores of women and children also participated in the program.
Addressing the march, JI Pakistan Amir Senator Sirajul Haq said if the United Nations’s Security Council can not be moved for 1.2 billion Muslims in the world than the Muslims block should abendon the so-called UN.He also urged Muslim block to establish a mutual world market, mutual educational syllabus and joint force.
The JI leader accused UN of keeping daul standards and enjoying hypocracy. He said that such so-called international institutions do not act to remove the plight of innocent Muslims. They only take action when they deem it fit for the inerests of global powers. He said that they raise their voice even for animals but not take any soild step to help oppressed Muslims.
He said that the march is an expression of solidarity to the oppressed Muslims across the world, particularly in Kashmir, Myanmar, Aleppo. He shed light on the plight of Muslim women and children is Aleppo, who are subjected to rape, physical and mental torture and grosum executions.
He expressed deep sorrow over silence of Muslims leaders across the world on the issue.
The JI chief said that the march is a singal of life within Muslims Umma. He said that the state of Pakistan should have to play an active role against these brutalities. He said that he being a JI chief, urged the government of Pakistan to take steps in this regard. He said that JI always played an active role over the issues of Muslims across world.
He termed the march as a beacon of hope. He said that if the entire Umma had a single Slahuddin Ayoubi, the situation would have changed.
He hailed the active role of Turkey on issues of Muslims across the world.
Talking about the situations on Eastern borders, he said that blocking water flows to Pakistan would be a declearation of war againt the country. He said that the rulers of Pakistan are weak but the nation is stronge.
He resolved that the year 2017 would be a year of struggle for a peaceful Islamic revolution. He said that the JI, if came to power, would ensure social justice in the society. He said that JI is determinent to transform the country into a clean, green, peaceful and ISlamic Pakistan.
Haq said that the current global scenrio demands active role of Pakistan in the affairs of the region as well as the world.
JI Sindh chief Dr. Merajul Huda Siddiqui in his address that difference among Muslims Umma is costing lives of Muslims in Myanmar. He also lambasted the so-called liberal segments for not highlighting the issues of Muslims in Myanmar and Syria.He vowed to get the Umma united. Though the UN is keeping a criminal silence, we are thankful to Turkey, France and other Western countries who raised their voice for the people of Syria and Myanmar.
JI Karachi chief Engr. Hafiz Naeemur Rehman in his address said that about 4 million Muslims in Syria were compelled to exodus.
“No one is caring for them, no one is talking for them, Unfortunately Arab countries are also purposely ignoring these migrants,” he said, adding that the situation has put a question mark on our nation’s position.
He further said that the event is held to express solidarity with the Muslims breatherns in Syria, Kashmir, Myanmar and other parts of the world. He was of the view that the metropolis of karachi always represents of the Umma.
The march demands of the Muslim block in the world to mend therir ways and play its due role in resolving the issues pertaning to Muslims, he said and warned the leaders of Muslims countries for overwhelming reactions from within the countries if the rulers failed to pay heed to the aspirations of Muslims Umma.
He demanded of restoation of Islamic State of Rohangia which was fallen by British empire. He also stressed the need to form a global forum to ensure protection of Muslims across the world.

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