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 English News 3 April 2017


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Released by Qamar Haider Zaidi the Spokesman of the TNFJ; Translated by S M Naqvi


An alliance patronized by the chief of satanic forces cannot be termed Islamic alliance - Hamid Moosavi

ISLAMABAD, April 3: The Patron-in-Chief of Supreme Shia Ulema Board and chief of Tehreek Nafaz Fiqh-e-Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi has said that an alliance patronized by chief of satanic forces  cannot be termed Islamic. The 39-state alliance will only be called Islamic when it will take steps against Israel to save the Qibla-e-Awwal and stop it from constructing Zionist settlements in the occupied areas. If the 39-state alliance is against terrorism then why Iraq and Syria, that are facing worst type of terrorism, are not included in it? Keeping out the about two dozen Muslim states including Indonesia, Iran, Azerbaijan and Tajikistan poses a big question mark on its targets and structure. The supreme American agenda is to keep Israel safe by destructing Muslim states of the Middle East in which he is becoming successful day by day. Behind joining Pakistan this 39-state alliance is the compulsion of our rulers. The mistakes committed in seconds may continue for centuries, therefore, the rulers should not bargain the interests of the Islamic World for their personal compulsions and interests. This was stated by him while addressing a delegation that called on him at the head of Maulana Qalab-e-Abbas Bokhari.

Agha Moosavi said that Pakistanís foreign policy included the basic principles that Pakistan respects freedom and sovereignty of all countries. Any country should be discouraged in interfering in any other country can avoid every military and non-military steps that may hurt the sovereignty of any other states. Non-interference in other countries and respecting one anotherís independence and sovereignty is in line with the United Nations charter that is why Chairman Senate Raza Rabbani had also sought explanation from the government in January that under which law they had given permission to Raheel Sharif to head that alliance. He said that the 39-member alliance was announced at a time when Saudi forces were busy in operation against Hosees in Yemen on American desire. This fact strengthens the fear that objective to set up the alliance is to strengthen the front against Hosees and the countries supporting them.

The TNFJ chief said that it is being said that this alliance will work on the pattern of NATO while the fact is that the history of Arab and other Muslim statesí alliances and collective platforms had been disappointed. Arab states were also enjoying their influence in all organisations including the OIC and Arab League. The role of these organisations had been zero in uniting Muslim World divided in conflicts and groups and in helping out the oppressed Muslims in Kashmir, Palestine and Burma. He said as many as 57 countries are included in the OIC. Education, economics and restoring of peace are included in the priorities of this organisation but even passage of 50 years of its existence and 3/4th century to the Arab League could not play any positive role rather they damaged the remaining peace in the societies of the Muslim states.

The Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi made it clear that inclusion of Pakistan in the 39-state military alliance and heading it by former Army Chief Raheel Sharif can damage the reputation of the motherland therefore the government should look into it in a larger perspective.