OIC, UN urged to resolve Kashmir, Palestine issues
ISLAMABAD: The leadership of various political and religious parties of Pakistan have expressed their solidarity with the oppressed Palestinian and Kashmiri people and demanded practical measures from the Organization of Islamic Cooperation and the United Nations to resolve the issue of Palestine and Occupied Kashmir immediately.
While addressing “Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference” here on Saturday in Lahore, representatives of various political and religious organisations said that the series of Indian and Israeli atrocities in Kashmir and Palestine have increased alarmingly and the Islamic and the world Leadership have to take immediate practical steps to end these atrocities.
“Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference” held here in Lahore in the chair of Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi, Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council, Secretary General International Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Council.
Speaking with the conference, Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi,
Maulana Asad Zakaria Qasmi, Maulana Muhammad Shafi Qasmi, Maulana Nauman Hasher, Maulana Tahir Aqeel Awan, Maulana Muhammad Ashfaq Patafi, Maulana Asadullah Farooq, Allama Zubair Abid, Allama Tahir Al- Hasan, Maulana Abu Bakar Hamid Sabri, Mufti Umar Farooq, Maulana Mufti Falak Sher, Maulana Anwarul Haq Mujahid, Maulana Muhammad Aslam Siddiqui, Qari Abdul Hakeem Athar, Maulana Muhammad Aslam Qadri, Qari Shamsul Haq Nawaz, Qari Mubasher Rahimi, Qari Faisal, Maulana Abdul Ghaffar Farooqui, Maulana Muhammad Ibrahim Hanafi and others said that the solution to the problems of the Muslim Ummah and Pakistan lies in unity and stability of the Islamic world.
In the holy moments of Ramadan, the leadership of the Islamic world will have to pay attention with practical measures to solve the problem of Kashmir and Palestine.
After the restoration of Saudi Arabia-Iran relations, the Muslim Ummah hopes that all the attention of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation should be shifted towards the solution of the Kashmir and Palestine problems, said clerics speaking with Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference.
Appreciating the role and services on part of Saudi leadership in the patronage of Shah Salman bin Abdul Aziz and in the leadership of Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for pilgrims of Hajj and Umrah, the services of Saudi leadership are laudable.
The clerics said that the way the leadership of Saudi Arabia has facilitated Umrah and pilgrimage for the pilgrims of Harmain Al-Sharifai is commendable and entire Islamic world is quite satisfied with the services of Saudi Arabia leadership.
Likewise, the restoration of Iran-Saudi Arabia relations, the efforts of Saudi Arabia to restore relations between Syria and the Arab countries, and the restoration of Qatar-Bahrain relations and the exchange of prisoners between the government of Yemen and the Houthis are good news for the Muslim Ummah and
Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference welcomes all these efforts.
Pakistan Ulema Council also congrats and announced to support Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman for the title of Quaid-e-Salam (Leader of Peace) for the year 2022-2023.
Hafiz Muhammad Tahir Mahmood Ashrafi speaking with the conference said that the political and religious parties of Pakistan believe that Saudi Arabia and other Arab Islamic countries should take immediate steps to solve the problem of Palestine and Kashmir.
In the context of the current situation in Pakistan, in a resolution adopted in the conference, the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Mian Shahbaz Sharif, Asif Ali Zardari, Imran Khan and other leaders were appealed to start the process of negotiations for the sake of the country and the nation
The way the Supreme Court and the Parliament have come face to face is not in the interest of the country in any case. The current political, economic and social situation of the country requires that the problems and sufferings should be resolved through negotiations in accordance with the Constitution of Pakistan, said speakers of Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference.
Through another resolution adopted in the conference, the conference strongly condemned the baseless propaganda campaign against the armed forces and security institutions of Pakistan, it was said that the forces hostile to Pakistan want to divide the Pakistani nation and the army, but all such elements have failed in the past and will also get failed in their conspiracies in future.
The nation of Pakistan stands by its forces and security institutions and will not allow any conspiracy to succeed that creates division between the nation and the army.
Another resolution demanded that the G20 countries should boycott the G20 meeting in India due to the continuous atrocities on minorities and violation of human rights by the Indian government.
The religious leaders of the G20 countries or the R20 should thwart any plan to hold a meeting in Occupied Kashmir, said clerics speaking with Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Conference adding that Occupied Kashmir is a disputed territory occupied by India according to UN resolutions and no such meeting is possible in Srinagar, Indian Occupied Kashmir.
Neither the United Nations nor the international resolutions allow this, so we hope that the countries included in the G20 will not participate in any meeting held in Occupied Kashmir, said participants of the conference.
In the resolution adopted in the conference, China, Saudi Arabia and Indonesia were also appealed to play their respective role in this regard.
The resolution said that the Pakistan Ulema Council will establish contacts with the most important religious leaders and countries of the Islamic world in this regard and Immediately after Eid-ul-Fitr, the ambassadors of the Islamic and other world countries in Pakistan will be informed about this serious situation, said leadership of Tazeem-e-Harmain Al-Sharifain Council.
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