Qadri calls for Muslim unity to cope with Islamic world’s challenges


PESHAWAR: Federal Minister for Religious Affairs Dr Mohmmad Noor ul Haq Qadri Tuesday said that solution of all problems being faced by the Islamic world is lying in unity among Muslims. Addressing a “Rehmatullil Alamin” conference here, he said that the challenges ahead of Islamic world demand unity and harmony among all sects of Muslim Ummah. He said that Pakistan was created in the name of Islam and all Muslim rendered sacrifices for the cause. The Minister said that it was our religious obligation to work for stability and security of the motherland from all external and internal threats. He said Ulema and Mashikh were ideological defenders of the country and Pakistan security forces were protectors of geographical boundaries. He said armed forces have made security of the country impregnable, and have rendered unprecedented sacrifices in the line of duty. The event was addressed by former Senator Hazrat Pir Hafiz Abdul Malik Qadri, former provincial minister Mian Iftikhar Hussain, former Chairman District Council Nowshera Haji Ishaq Khattak and others. APP