LAHORE, Jan 11 (SABAH): Ameer, Jamaat-e-Islami, Pakistan Senator Sirjaul Haq, has said that the real objective of MMA’s revival was to organize the religious parties against the prevailing oppressive system and to pave way for the NIzame Musatafa, obstructing the path of those talking of secularism and liberalism.
He was addressing the Ittehad Ummah Ulema Convention at Al-Hamra Hall.
Sirajul Haq said that those trying to deprive the country of its ideological foundation, were not the well wishers of Pakistan. . He said the agents of the colonial powers and the international establishment had brought bad name to the country.
He said Trump, the Devil of the preset era, was challenging the Muslims and the Muslims world would have face the challenge through its unity.
He said that the elements causing a split in the religious forces in the country had weakened the nation only to serve their personal ends and it was high time that the Ulema and the religious circles raised their voice against increasing sectarianism.
Sirajul Haq said that the nation at present needed a courageous and honest leadership, and only the Ulema could provide that.
He said that for the last seventy years, there was rule of oppression in the country and the common man was facing numerous problems. The present system was the killer of the common man’s happiness. The people who had been ruling the country so far had not fulfilled any of their promises to the people. He said that Allah Almighty had blessed the country with vast resources but only the elite were controlling these resources and the man in the street was deprived of the basic needs of life.
The JI chief pointed out that not a single one from the Ulema or religious party leaders had been named in the Panama leaks, Dubai Leaks and London Leaks. He said the Ulema and religious scholars and divines could steer the country out of its present crisis by rising above their petty differences.
Ulema from different schools of thought attended the convention which was addressed by Maulan Abdul Ma’lik, Dr Farid Ahmed Piracha, Abdul Ghaffar Aziz,