Religious leaders urge Muslims to unite against enemies

Religious leaders urge Muslims to unite against enemies

Addressing International Islamic Conference at Islamic Convention Centre Prof Hafiz Saeed said Muslims should forget their mutual differences and unite against the enemies of Islam.

He said mental slavery, not poverty or hunger, was the real problem of Islamic world.He urged the Muslims to stand against the infidels.Addressing the conference Ameer-e-Jamaat-e-Islami Munawwar Hassan said when the nation will unite rulers will be forced to change their policies.Moulan Fazllur Rehman in his speech said Karachi was burning and government looked helpless.

Fazl said Pakistan should have an independent foreign policy and rulers must not accept dictation from United States.JUI leader Hafiz Hussain Ahmad also addressed the participants of the conference and emphasized the importance of unity among Muslims.In a resolution the conference said no amendment in the blasphemy law will be allowed.It also asked the foreign forces to leave Afghanistan immediately.The leaders appealed for the unity but ironically at the end of the conference Moulana Fazl passed by JI leader without shaking hands with him. – Dunyanews