Extremism threat to humanity: JUP leader

September 15, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Extremism is a grave threat for whole humanity, and attacks on scholars, shrines of saints, government installations and law enforcers are intolerable, said leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) Allama Qazi Ahmed Noorani.

While addressing a press conference at Karachi Press Club (KPC), he said aggressive speeches, hatred literature and banned outfits have put Pakistan at risk.

He said people are watching that extremist outfits like Daish are slaughtering people in Syria, Iraq and Libya. He regretted that they are desecrating the holy shrines and attacking religious scholars. He said on they are shedding the blood of defenceless Muslims in grab of catchy slogans.

Noorani said such elements are now spreading their thoughts and playing with lives of people through terrorism in Pakistan. They are deserting the shrines of saints in different parts of the country.

He announced that Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan (JUP) would take out a Tahaffuz-e-Mazarat rally from (Noori Shah Baba) Teen Hatti to Mazar-e-Hazrat Qutub Alam Shah Bukhari Eid Gah on 21st September 2014 in Karachi. He said this rally would start new movement for stability of Pakistan and scared places of saints while on same day rallies would also be staged in Ghotki, Larkana, Nawabshah, Hyderabad and Badin.

Other party leaders Mufti Mohammad Bashir-ul-Qadri, senior deputy president Mufti Mohammad Rafee-ur-Rehman Noorani were also present.

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