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 English News  31 December 2019


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Released by Syed Qamar Haider Zaidi the Spokesman of the TNFJ; Translated by Wajih Kazmi

Due to the criminal silence of OIC and Muslim rulers, Kashmir dispute could not be resolved in accordance with the aspirations of Kashmiris - Hamid Moosavi

ISLAMABAD, December 31: The Patron in-Chief of Supreme Shia Ulama Board and Head of Tehreek e Nifaz e Fiqah Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi has said that due to the criminal silence of OIC and Muslim rulers, Kashmir dispute could not be resolved in accordance with the aspirations of Kashmiris while Al-Quds Shareef could not be freed. When we chose to remain silent, why would others help us? Pakistani Prime Minister’s efforts to summon Islamic foreign ministers conference are fine but will those present in Kuala Lumpur also participate in it? Government must put all efforts for the success of this conference and ensure participation of foreign ministers by dispatching bold and courageous ambassadors to them. If Islamic world wants to live with dignity, then it must unite against the common enemy so that the issues of Kashmir and Palestine are resolved as per the wishes of their people and UN resolutions as keeping any hope from the international powers is useless. For this purpose, Muslim rulers must call back their forces from other Muslim countries to prove to the world that they are peace loving nations as without these actions, holding mere conferences will remain ineffective without any results. This is the best time to get Kashmiris their right of self determination as Modi has set India ablaze by his new citizenship laws after which the motto of “Akhand Bharat” has destroyed. Therefore, Muslim countries must prefer the interests of Islam and Ummah over their personal and economic gains. He said this while talking to dignitaries led by TNFJ Baluchistan’s provincial leader Sardar Abu Izharan Jafri.

Agha Moosavi noted that Masjid e Aqsa was set on fire during 1969 after which the decision of creating Islamic Conference was taken and subsequently, the OIC was founded whose Headquarter was declared as Jedda, Saudi Arabia. Furthermore, multiple institutions of OIC were also considered which included creation of Islamic Development Bank, Islamic News agency, Islamic broadcasting, Organization of Islamic Unity, Al-Quds Fund, and Islamic Court of Justice. First OIC conference was held in Rabat which was participated by the leaders of two dozen Muslim states. Second OIC conference was held in February 1974 in Lahore after which such a bigger conference could never be held again as it had left the international powers worried. He lamented that the leaders who played main roles in the OIC conference were later removed from the way. Lack of preference for the resolution of Kashmir dispute in all these conferences is yet a question mark. He said that it is tragic that OIC could never play any significant role in resolution of issues faced by the Muslim Ummah while the enemies took benefit of its silence and Trump announced to declare Al-Quds as capital of Israel, saved Golan Heights, and termed Iran as the axis of evil besides creating rift between Qatar and some other Arab countries. Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi stressed that if Muslim Ummah wants to resolve her problems then Kuala Lumpur summit must be kept as example and unite as per their collective interests as Modi is taking anti-Muslim steps since 5th of August when he eliminated 35-A and 370 to merge Kashmir into India and then brought the controversial citizenship bill which is being protested against by the entire India. This grave situation is most celebrated by the evil troika. Actions that were supposed to be taken by America, England and Israel, are being taken by the Muslims themselves. The only way to survival and strength for Muslims is to think big and prefer Ummah’s national interests and take concrete actions.