Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen ceremony held in Wah Cantt

55

An Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen ceremony was held in Wah Cantt, Taxila on Sunday. Scholars from different school of thoughts participated in ceremony, Cultural Councilor Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran in Islamabad, Ehsan Khazai was the guest of honour on the occasion.

While addressing the ceremony speakers said that the defenders of honour and dignity of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) are ready and active for any sacrifice.

“The way Imam Khomeini RA decreed a fatwa against Salman Rushdie, Supreme leader of Islamic Republic of Iran, Ayatullah Syed Ali Khameni strongly condemned the blasphemous remarks by the BJP spokesperson, Nopur Sharma” said sunni scholar and JUP leader Allama Saeed Nakshbandi.

Speakers said no stone will be left unturned for Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen, the fatwa of Ayatullah Syed Ali Khameni regarding the sacred and holy personalities and beliefs of Ahlysunnat, according to which disgracing Ahlysunnat holy dignities and belief is totally forbidden, is highly commendable.

The ceremony was attended by President JUP South Punjab, Pir Allama Saeed Nakshbandi, President Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen Azad Kashmir, Allama Hanif Panj Kothi, Chairperson Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen, Syed Amjad Naqvi, General Secretary Ittehad Bain-ul-Muslimeen, Allama Farhat Kazmi, President Allama Yousuf Jibreal Foundation, Shaukat Awan and others.

Cultural Councilor Embassy of Islamic Republic of Iran in Islamabad, Ehsan Khazai while addressing the ceremony apprised that a blasphemous film named “Khatoon-e-Jannat” was released by anti-islamic elements in Britain.

The Lady of Heaven was directed by an unidentified crew that goes by the pseudonym Eli King which is based on controversial script. Shitte marajay strongly criticized the film and deemed it controversial.While commending unity efforts by Islamic Republic of Iran among different sects of Islamic, Allama Saeed Nakshbandi said that during his Iran visit he come to know that Iranian nation respect Auliya Karam as the verses of Mohinuddin Chisti Ajmeri were crafted on walls.