Addressing the Youth Peace Conference, Dr Hussain Mohi-ud-Din Qadri, President of MQI Federal Council, has said that the youth should make Operation Zarb-e-Azb successful by launching Operation Zarb-e-Ilm. He said that these are not the roads, bridges and motorways that make nations, adding that promotion of knowledge and arts do. He said that incompetent political leadership and ignorance generated terrorism, injustice and intolerance. He said that heavy responsibility falls on the shoulders of the youth to crush terrorism and extremism.
Sister Nasreen Akhtar (Dawah Secretary) commenced with peaceful recitation of the Glorious Quran. This was then followed by Durood Sharif which was recited for around 30-40 minutes by all the attendees. The amount of Durood Sharif read each week is recorded and passed on at an international level by Sister Nasreen Akhtar.
Addressing local body workers convention held under the banner of PAT Lahore, central leader Dr Hassan Mohi-ud-Din Qadri asked the candidates who took part in the LG polls to play the role of effective public opposition in their respective constituencies. He said that the PAT chairman Dr Muhammad Tahir-ul-Qadri staged sit-in and led a revolution march for restoration of rights of the poor, adding that the political journey of PAT will continue uninterruptedly till change in the current exploitative system.
According to official reports more than 200,000 people are directly affected by the earthquake just in the KPK province of Pakistan and are now homeless. Syed Amjad Ali Shah, MWF Director Pakistan said, “the devastation is real and as left a very severe damage to the northern region of Pakistan, more needs to be done.
GEELONG Imam Muhammad Ramzan distanced peace-loving Islam from terrorism and denounced Isis as “filthy dogs” at a candlelight vigil for France last night. He spoke alongside Christian ministers as about 100 people gathered in Steampacket Gardens, bowing heads and baring hearts for the people of Paris. Imam Ramzan expressed sorrow for events in the US, London, Paris, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Afghanistan and Pakistan.