‘Islamic Military Alliance should have liberation of al-Quds on top of agenda’
KARACHI: Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Siraj ul Haq on Sunday said Islamic Military Alliance (IMA) should have liberation of occupied al-Quds on top priority in their agenda, ARY News reported.
“IMA should have an agenda and its agenda should have liberation of al-Quds on top priority,” he said while addressing a gigantic crowd during ‘Al-Quds Million March’ rally in Karachi.
He said the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) would have to go beyond issuing statements only and take practical measures to liberate the Qibla e Awwal.
“Struggle for Jerusalem will continue till reversal of the US decision. Jerusalem can never become capital city of Israel,” he said predicting that 2018 is the year of freedom of Jerusalem, Kashmir and Islamic revolution in Pakistan.
Earlier this month, Trump abruptly reversed decades of US policy this month when he recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, generating outrage from Palestinians, Muslims and other people from around the world. Trump also plans to move the U.S. embassy to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv.
Siraj said that the Trump had put the global peace in danger after Jerusalem move.
“Trump’s decision will add fuel to the fire,” he asserted.
The JI chief spoke against division and sectarianism within the Ummah and also spoke in favor of unified Jihad against evils.
He asked Muslim leaders to make unified currency and code of living. “Make your economy Islamic, make your politics Islamic and make your educational curriculum Islamic.”
“I would request people to be stay awake till Islamic shariah is implemented in Pakistan. Stay vigilant till liberation of Kashmir and Palestine,” he added.
On this occasion, minority leader Younas Sohan said minorities of Pakistan were also against the US decision of recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital.
Siraj also condemned the Quetta church attack and said India was behind the attack to create instability in the country.
“India and Israel are engaged in anti-Pakistan activities,” he said.