Time for Europe to come out of Islam phobia: Ch Sarwar

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Amraiz Khan
Lahore
Governor Punjab Ch Mohammad Sarwar has said that it’s time Europe should come out of ‘Islam phobia’, Terrorism has nothing to do with Islam, the significance of Pakistan in the world is unprecedented these days, under the leadership of Imran Khan the image of Pakistan is getting better due to successful policies of govt. The world has received a clear message that the civil-military leadership is on the same page to defend Pakistan, State of Madina vision will be imposed in Pakistan, to defeat terrorist agenda in Pakistan we will need to pitch in individual and collective efforts and the whole nation is standing in support of its armed forces in the war against terrorism.
He was addressing a welcoming ceremony on National narrative on intolerance, extremism, and terrorism ‘Paigham e Pakistan’, this Tuesday. Federal Minister for religious affairs Peer Noor-ul-Haq Qadri, Provincial Minister for religious affairs Peer Syed Saeed-ul-Hassan Shah, Chairman Islamic ideology Council Professor Qibla Ayaz, Central Chief of Jamaat Ahl e Hadees Professor Sajid Mir, Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi, Secretary Wafaq ul Madars Qari Haneef Jalandhri, Professor Doctor Masoom Yaseen Zai and Doctor Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq from International Islamic University, Chairman Shia Madaras Allama Riaz Najafi and representatives from various religious parties were also present at the occasion.
Governor Punjab Ch Muhammad Sarwar said that including members of armed forces 70 thousand Pakistanis embraced Shahadat and Pakistan incurred the loss of 100 billion Dollars but we are content that we will remove the cancer of terrorism from our country. He said extremism and sectarianism are big issues of Pakistan, which demand immediate resolution. In these efforts, a unanimous verdict ‘Pegham-e-Pakistan’ from more than five thousand religious scholars is a step towards the solution and government will support to spread this message across Pakistan. Federal Minister Religious Affairs Noor-ul-Haq Qadri speaking at the occasion said that under the leadership of Imran Khan we will make Pakistan a modern welfare state, religion and state are inseparable and we would not t allow anyone to weaken the state of Pakistan.
He said Pakistan is a blessing and every one of us needs to know its worth. Those who were rejected through votes in these general elections and trying to push their agenda using religion but rest assured they would only meet with disappointment. Chairman of Islamic ideology council Professor Qibla Ayaz said terrorism hinders national progress the most and even today fighting with this menace our army is sacrificing their lives. In Waziristan and other terror-affected regions, armed forces did extraordinary efforts to rehabilitate those regions and we are proud of that.
Those who are trying to associate terrorism falsely with Islam will only meet disappointment in their quest to distract youngsters. Chairman Pakistan Ulema Council Tahir Mehmood Ashrafi speaking at the occasion said we need to take the message of ‘Paigham e Pakistan, to eradicate terrorism and extremism, all across Pakistan and we won’t allow anyone to use ‘Fatwas of Kufar’ to destroy the peace of Pakistan. Those who murder an innocent life through suicide attracts or any other ways will never enter paradise, its state responsibility to take action against those who use kufar verdicts falsely.