Love with Prophet (SAWW) integral part of faith: Firdous

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Special Advisor to CM on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan on Thursday termed the love, respect and affection with the Holy Prophet (PBUH) integral part of a Muslim’s faith, saying no Muslim can tolerate any kind of blasphemy on prophethood by any mean.
“Our Holy Prophet (PBUH) is the support and ray of hope for every weak person not only in this world but also in hereafter. We as Muslims strongly condemn the blasphemous sketches and such malicious acts which are unbearable and demand the United Nations to impose ban on such blasphemous acts.”
Special Advisor to CM on Information Firdous Ashiq Awan was addressing “Rehmat-ul-LilAlameen Conference” at Awan-e-Iqbal here on Thursday. PTI leader Ejaz Ahmad Chaudhry, Mufti Ramzan Sialvi, Maulana Abdul Khabeer Azad, Dr. Muhammad Hussain Akbar, Qari Zawar Bahadur and Ulema and Scholars as well as a large number of people were also present on this occasion. Resolution was presented in conference regarding Namoos-e-Risalat (PBUH), respect for heavenly books besides Ahle Bait and companions (R.A) of Prophets (PBUH). Unanimous resolution for the stern punishment for those involved in blasphemous act against Namoos-e-Risalat was also approved in the conference. She said that heinous act in the garb of Expression of Freedom will not be tolerated. She said that Prime Minister Imran Khan while representing Muslim Ummah has given a comprehensive message regarding respect and honour of Holy Prophet (PBHU). She said that Prime Minister Imran Khan in his letter to different heads of Muslim States has stressed to play a role unitedly against the statements of leaders of European countries. She said that Chief Minister Punjab has setup Rehmat-ul-LilAlameen scholarship funds of 50 crore rupees under this scholarship, stipend will be given to the position holders and matric pass destitute girls students for further studies. She said that whole Muslim Ummah is protesting against the French President.

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