Eid is universal day of peace and harmony: Farooq
Muhammad Farooq Rehmani in a statement issued in Islamabad said, Eid is a universal day of peace and harmony, and despite of trial and tribulation of the Muslims, it brings prosperity and happiness to humanity across the world, as we observe it to commemorate the revelation of Qur’an on the planet of Earth.
“Qur’an brought grace and glory in the sphere of humanity, changed attitude of man towards God, universe and his fellow human beings, especially women who were looked down upon in the society as with contempt and shame. Revelation of every verse of Qur’an caused change in the mindset of human beings and accomplished prophet hood.” Muhammad Farooq Rehmani said that as long as Muslims acted upon the teachings of Qur’an and Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and loved knowledge and research, they were the leaders of mankind, but as soon as they abandoned the glorious teachings of Qur’an and Sunnah, they lost the right to lead the world, and were subdued by other nations.
He said that there was message in this plight of Muslims for every Muslim and Muslim State, and here the Kashmiris should take a leaf from the history of Islam. They should study causes of rise and fall, and thereby adopt ways and means to gain their lost glory and struggle for freedom, he added. He expressed sorrow over Muslims cutting each other’s throats and said that there were vested interests in occupied Kashmir working overtly and covertly for India and its spying system in the territory. he JKPFL Chairman said that India had no moral or political ground to remain in Jammu and Kashmir and it was there by its military and military laws. “India spent each day of a year in brutalizing, torturing and humiliating Kashmiris in their own land to the extent of killing and imprisoning the people in every Ramadan as well; and the current Ramadan had no different episode to share with others.”Rehmani observed that the Kashmiris, the Palestinians, the Burmese and Assamese were being massacred and the inaction of the OIC had encouraged ruthless rulers to cut throats of thousands in Burma and Assam and Middle East. Had OIC ventured to take united and solid steps in favour of the oppressed Muslims, the situation would have been different and the UN would have been forced to intervene in the troubled human spots, he remarked.
The JKPFL Chairman expressed deep anguish over lack of support to the Kashmiris struggling to achieve freedom from Indian bondage. He urged the Kashmiris to try their own ways and means to take their liberation movement to its logical end. “The new generation of the Kashmiris should struggle peacefully to gain support of the world; and never ignore those thousands of families who were destroyed or were forced to migrate during the last 22 years, imprisoned and persecuted by an illegal and oppressive regime. Allah is Great and He loves and helps deserving people,” he added.—KMS