JI is a worldly movement: Naeem

September 21, 2014 Off By Web Desk

KARACHI: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) is a worldly movement which is working for the supremacy of Islamic laws.

This was stated by JI Karachi Chief Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman during his visit to PS-96 in Orangi and Qasba zones and PS-97 in Manghopir and Surjani Town zones of JI district west. Senior workers and officer-bearers of JI district west accompanied him.

Addressing the party workers, Naeem said that all the party workers had joined JI by choice for the happiness of Almighty Allah and for spreading the teachings of Islam with their utmost struggle.

On the occasion, Naeem asked the workers to spread the party message among the people and invite them to join JI for the supremacy of Islam.

He called for offering five time prayers in a day and to make their relation strong with the Holy Quran.

“Awareness of Islamic literature, imperative for all ideological party workers, as those workers cannot survive in the party who do not aware by the literature”, he added.

He stressed the need to make Shabab-e-Milli, a sub-organization of JI, stronger and to increase the party members.

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