Israeli aggression in Palestine condemned

KARACHI: Leaders of different political and religious parties on Wednesday strongly condemned the desecrating the sacred places, put them on fire and writing objectionable graffiti on them by Jew extremists in Palestine.

They expressed these views at a press conference held at Karachi Press Club, held by Palestine Foundation Pakistan. Amir Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi chpater Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman, leaders Church of Pakistan Bishop Sadiq Daniel, Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam leader Mohammad Abdullah, Jamiat Ullema-e-Pakistan leader Allama Qazi Ahmed Noorani, Majlis Wahdat-ul-Muslimeen leader Ali Hassain Naqvi, PML-Q Sindh leader Naeem Adil Shaikh, ANP Sindh leader Younus Banairi, AML leader Mehfooz Yar Khan advocate, PTI leader Qaisar Iqbal, Jafria Alliance leader Syed Shabar Raza and chief of Palestine Foundation Pakistan were present.

They condemned Israel for its illegal occupation on Palestine lands. They condemned desecration of mosques and churches and writing of abusive graffiti.

Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman said Palestine is the issue of whole humanity and all the peace-loving people should raise their concern on this issue.

He said the law against the blasphemy of Prophets should be passed where attempter of this heinous crime should be sentenced to death.

Allama Qazi Ahmed Noorasni said it is the conspiracy behind the incidents occurred in France and Bait-ul-Ham.

Bishop Sadiq said Jews are not only shedding the blood of innocent Muslims, but also targeting Christians in Palestine.

Younus Banairi said till the leaders of all states do not come on one page, no one can check the aggression of Israel.

Syed Ali Hussain said America and Israel want to create unrest in the world and they both are the behind excesses in Palestine or in other parts of the world.

Chief of Palestine Foundation Muzaffar Hashmi said the Ummah should unite against the illegitimate state of Israel.

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