LAHORE: President of the Jamiat-e-Ittehad-ul-Ulema, Pakistan, Maulana Abdul Ma’lik, has said that respect lay in the slavery of Allah Almighty but the rulers in Islamabad were searching for it in slavery of the US and Europe.
Addressing the Friday congregation at Mansoora mosque, he said the Foreign Ministry of the country was blaming the Madressahs for terrorism to please secular and western lobby but so far the government had not named even a single Madressah that had any link with terrorism.
It was an irony, he said, that the worst war had been thrust on the Muslims but the blame was also put on them. Maulana Abdul Ma’lik said, “The survival of Pakistan lied in Islam. The Madressah students studied the Holy Quran and the Sunnah, they could lay down their lives for the country achieved in the name of Islam but could not be a party to any conspiracy against this country.”
He said nearly three million Madressah students in the country were engaged in Jehad shoulder to shoulder with their armed forces for the defence of the country’s ideological and geographical borders. He said Pakistan was the second state after the state of Madina that had been established in the name of Islam, and its defence was the responsibility of not only the Pakistani nation but also of the whole Muslim world.
The JIU chief said forces of Satan were always busy in conspiracies against the country. The US-Israel-India troika wanted to build India as policeman of the region.
India had not accepted Pakistan from its heart and innocent Pakistani citizens including women and children were being martyred by Indian shelling every day.
The Maulana said the world community should immediately ensure the eviction of occupation forces from the Muslim states to pave way for world peace.
He said Kashmir and Palestine were the oldest issues on the UN record requiring solution. He said UN had not been able to implement its resolutions on these issues whereas East Timor and South Sudan were promptly separated from their Muslim states.
Source: Business Recorder