Pakistan can play key role to resolve Palestine, Kashmir issues: Walid

Staff Reporter

The ambassador State of Palestine in Pakistan H.E. Walid Abu Ali said that strong, united and peaceful Pakistan can play its key role to resolve Palestine and Kashmir issues. He said lack of leadership is the mean reason of the current situation of the Muslim countries; if Pakistan backed by the rich Islamic states then Kashmir and Palestine issues can be resolved in days. H.E said that it is surprised that so called Islamic organizations like Al-Qaida, Taliban, ISIS etc never tried to attack Israel as Israel is a threat for all Muslims. He was expressing these views while delivering a lecture on “Palestine: History, Culture & International Perspective” arranged by International Relations department of National University of Modern Languages (NUML) here on Tuesday. Registrar NUML Brig (R) Aminullah Khan, Dean SufianaKhatoon Malik, Head of Department International Relations Dr. Maqsoodul Hassan Noori, faculty and students attended the lecture.
Ambassador said that Muslim countries are not united and every country has its own priorities. While referring to Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) he said that this OIC has become a joke, in 2014 Israel launch missile attack on Gaza and it took five days to OIC to condemn this. He further said that European Union (EU) has no similarity hence they are united and we Muslims have one Allah, One Muhammad SAWW and One Book (Quran) but we are against each other and this is the Zionist agenda to keep us apart.
He condemned the brutality in Indian occupied Kashmir by Indian Army and said that same is the happening in Palestine as Israeli Premier Binyamin Netanyahuand Modi are best friends.
To a question ambassador said that Israel has resources, strong lobbying and control over world media that’s why Palestinian are suffering but if Ummah is united then Palestine and Kashmir issues can be resolved. He further said that Israel has fear of Pakistan and tried to destroy Pakistan by creating unrest in the country but Pakistan’s strong military has succeeded to overcome the issue.

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