Published On: Wed, Mar 20th, 2019
Published in Category: Crime / Islamabad / Killing

Says mass killings at New Zealand mosques were open terrorism

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ISLAMABAD: Acting Ameer of the Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan, Liaqat Baloch, called on the Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Raja Mohammad Zafrul Haq in Islamabad and enquired from him about the health of former prime minister Mian Mohammad Nawaz Sharif. On the occasion, he prayed for the quick recovery of the former Prime Minister.

Liaqat Baloch also called on the Azad Jammu and Kashmir President Sardar Masud Ahmed Khan, and discussed with him the latest situation in Kashmir.

The JI acting chief visited Abbotabad to offer his condolences to the family of Naeem Rashid and his son who embraced martyrdom in the New Zealand firing.

Talking to newsmen on the occasion, he said that the mass killings at New Zealand mosques were open terrorism. He said that this was the outcome of not an individual mindset but of the Islamophobia which had got roots in the western society. He said that the forces trying to create hatred among different religions were responsible for incidents of this nature.

He urged the world community to abandon its apathy in this alarming state of affairs and strive to end the causes of terrorism and extremism in the world. The issues of Kashmir, Palestine and Afghanistan must be resolved without further delay and the world powers should stop their interference in Syria.

Liaqat Baloch said that a new international plot was being hatched after the failure of the US and NATO forces in Afghanistan and India’s failure in Kashmir, with the motive to sabotage the Kashmir issue and to deprive the Palestinians of their freedom by recognition of Israel. He stressed upon the Pakistan government not to yield to such conspiracies. He said that freedom was the right of the Kashmiris and the Palestinians and they would secure it soon.


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