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Imam-e-Kaaba Abdur Rehman al-Sudais has said Islam is a religion of peace having no connection whatsoever with terrorism. In his Khutba-e-Hajj from Masjid Nimra, Imam-e-Kaaba Abdur Rehman al-Sudais called upon the Muslim Ummah to demonstrate unity to face the present day challenges. He said Muslim Ummah is passing through a difficult time and they can overcome these difficulties only through unity. He said Muslim rulers will have to address the collective problems realising their responsibilities. The Imam said terrorism is the biggest problem. He said Islam has no link with terrorism. He said terrorists have no religion. He said teachings of Islam based on justice and adl. Imam-e-Kaaba said that Islam ensures right of every human and said that every human has equal right. He said that the Prophet Muhammad (SAWW) was issued the basic manifesto of Islam and human rights in his last sermon and said that there is no difference between any Arabic and Ajami, black and white, rich and poor. Shiekh Sudais said the Ummah should act upon according to this manifesto and should ensure the safety, life, honor of all people. He said that Islam desirous establishment of government based on peace and stability in the world and for this purpose all Muslims should leave personal interests to ensure peace and inter-harmony among the people.

Host: Ahmad Latif

Co-host: Ghulam Murtaza

Analyst:

Professor Abdul Ghafoor (Religious Scholar)

68th death anniversary of father of the Nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah being observed with solemnity

The 68th death anniversary of the Father of Nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah was observed on Sunday with due solemnity and reverence. Different organizations andeducational institutions had organized special seminars and ceremonies to pay great homage to theQuaid for rendering valuable services for the Muslims of the sub-continent. Quaid-e-Azam passed away on this day in 1948 shortly after achieving independence for the nation.

PM message on Qauid death anniversary:

Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif  has said it is the firm resolve of the democratic government that we would leave no stone unturned to make Pakistan the Quaid’s Pakistan in the real sense. In his message on the death anniversary of the Father of Nation Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, he said the nation is fully aware of the fact that we are poised at critical juncture of our history. He said there is no space for extremism in a country envisioned by the Father of the Nation. We have achieved many milestones by acting upon the ideals of our Quaid.

Professor Dr.Ghulam Mustafa (I.R Expert)

In occupied Kashmir, the death toll in ongoing "Intefada" has risen to 96 as Indian troops martyred five more youth today.

In occupied Kashmir, Indian troops in their fresh acts of state terrorism martyred five more youth today, raising the death toll from ongoing Intefada to 96. According to Kashmir Media Service, four youth were martyred during a siege and search operation in Handwara while another succumbed to his injuries in a hospital in Srinagar. In another incident, an Indian policeman was killed and three Indian army soldiers were injured during an encounter in Poonch district of Jammu region. Meanwhile, hundreds of people were injured in firing of pellets and bullets by Indian troops on participants of anti-India rallies in Kulgam, Pulwama, Badgam, Islamabad and other districts of the Kashmir Valley. The authorities continued to impose declared and undeclared curfew in the Valley on the 65th consecutive day, today.


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