US urged to register cases against Terry Jones


LAHORE – Speakers at an interfaith relations dialogue seminar demanded that the United States (US) administration and international powers should register cases against Terry Jones and his disciple Wayne Sapp under terror clauses for violating the UN charter and basic human rights to stop extremists in the future. They also demanded that the United Nations Organisation (UNO), US, human rights organizations and other international powers take immediate measures for necessary law making to stop incidents like the one in Florida.
Minhaj-ul-Quran central ameer Faiz-ur-Rehman Durrani, URI international Father James, Joseph C Lal, PTI leader Ijaz Chaudhary, , PPP ulema council Punjab President Allama Rai Muzamil, Pandit Bughat Lal, Akram Masih Gill, PML-Q representative Aslam Pervaiz Masih, JUI representativer Amjad Hussain, Naubahar Shah, International Gospel Mission Pastor Francis and others made these demands in a joint declaration during a an interfaith relations dialogue held under the auspices of Minhaj-ul-Quran Pakistan on Monday.
The speakers at the seminar while condemning the Florida event said that such incidents were aimed at bringing different religions on a collision course and sabotage international peace. They demanded that the government launch a diplomatic offensive for booking the offenders. The speakers while condemning the killing of Shahbaz Bhatti demand that the government immediately arrest culprits and set out an exemplary punishment.