KARACHI: Chief of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Syed Munawar Hasan Tuesday took strong exception to instances of explosions and suicide attacks in different parts of the Muslim world, including Pakistan.
Addressing a seminar “Syria is bleeding – Ummah is Sleeping,” organized by Faran Club International and Muslim Ummah Solidarity Forum, he said peace could never be restored nor Islamic Shariah could be enforced in any society through violence.
Delivering his presidential address, the JI chief said extreme measures of harming or causing loss of precious human lives under pretext of popular goals was inappropraite.
He expressed his satisfaction that all the religious forces of the country were on the same page with regard to deliberations with Taliban.
Munawar Hasan appealed to the people, from different walks of life, to come forward and play their due role in strengthening the Islamic movements presently underway in different parts of the world.
Yvonne Radley, an activist from Syria in her presentation, said the people of Syria did not want tears, but the help of Muslim community.
People of Syria are in desperate need of assistance from Muslim community, she said.