PM Muslims’ rep on honour, respect of Prophet (SAWW): Sarwar

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Amraiz Khan

Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar has said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is the representative of Muslims across the world on the matter of the honour and respect of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAWW).

The love and devotion of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is a part of our faith. There will be no compromise on this matter.

Prime Minister Imran Khan is committed to uniting the Islamic world on this issue and it is about time that the Muslim Ummah should raise this issue unequivocally.

In the statement issued on Wednesday, Punjab Governor Chaudhry Sarwar said that every single Muslim has immense love for Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and disrespect of our beloved prophet is extremely hurtful for all Muslims.

Prime Minister Imran Khan unlike any other leader in the past has raised this issue on international forums including the United Nations.

Governor Ch Sarwar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan has made it clear in his address that there can be no compromise on the honour of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and every single Muslim has immense love for the Prophet Muhammad PBUH so we will go to protect the honour of our Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

The time has come for the Muslim Ummah to unite so that no one in the world can disrespect the honour of the Prophet.

The West must also understand that those who blaspheme the Prophet are the greatest enemies of peace and humanity.

They should not only be barred from doing so but there should be strict legislation about it because this is not freedom of expression but it will incite violence and intolerance.

Ch Sarwar said that Prime Minister Imran Khan is initiating a campaign to unite Muslim countries around the world so this issue can be raised in the United Nations and European Union and when the entire Muslim world will be united, the world will have to pay heed to our demands.

The Benefactor of Humanity Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) has taught peace, respect for humanity, equality and justice, he added.

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