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Jewish lobby ruling in KP: Fazl

Fazlur Rehman, chief of his own faction of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (JUI-F), on Sunday said Jewish lobby was functioning in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KP) and an NGO rather than a political party was governing the province.
Islam is a religion of moderation, but “we (followers of Islam) speak of Shariah with arms in our hands”, he added.
Addressing a seminar, the cleric said, “Pakistan’s environment is moderate, but we can’t let our youth to act to their free will.”
He said, “Some of our national leaders consider politics as sinful job which was a major hurdle to bridge the gap between religious and political parties.”
The JUI-F chief said Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and former president Asif Zardari avoided consultation on political issues which further intensified the crises faced by the country and masses.
Fazl said that constitution of the country and Islam put emphasis on promoting Arabic language but political forces were acting against the constitution.
He said that Islam preaches harmony, respecting others and persuading them through arguments rather than imposing Shariah at gunpoint.



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2 Comments

  1. dhotiwala said:

    This mulla has to been sent to Pagal-khana and be given two kilos of dam sweet Halwa everyday so that his tong become sweet and he become diabetic :))

  2. Tariq kazimi said:

    it is ok Arabic language is essential for religion then what about native languages like Panjabi,sindhi,pashto and Baluchi .in UNO chartered mother tongue is basic human rights and essential for mental growth of a child .why you not promoting the basic rights .Arabis is secondary my dear Alim e Deen. what our beloved prophet and his great companions taught us to deprive basic rights from salves of ALLAH . ???? May ALLAH guide us otherwise we be like Iraq and Syria etc.People and son of soil will kick your asses from Ruling them as they did with Qaddafi in Libya and doing the same in Syria In Sha ALLAH.

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