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 English News  12 September 2021


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Released by Allama Syed Qamar Haider Zaidi; Translated by Wajih Kazmi

Any decision on Afghanistan policy must not be made in haste, every step must be taken with national consensus - Hamid Moosavi


ISLAMABAD, September 10: The Patron in-Chief of Supreme Shia Ulama Board Quaid e Millat e Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi has said that a decision about Afghanistan must not be made in haste. Every step must be taken with national consensus. America has been playing a secret game in Afghanistan. Colonial and Zionist powers never make deals for loss. No one must forget that Pakistan and its nuclear capability is a target bigger and more preferred than Afghanistan. It is extremely important to beware of the regional political mines laid by America during her 20-years occupation of Afghanistan. Foreign as well as internal policies must be transformed in accordance with the vision of Quaid e Azam. By creating an Islamic ideological state, Quaid e Azam did not only change the world map but also gave a new turn to the history and consequently proved his name worthy of his achievements. No other leader in the world can present a similar example as that of Quaid e Azamís miraculous achievement. Generations of Pakistan will always be proud of Quaid e Azamís strong character, courage, wisdom, truthfulness, and foresight. The sacrifices of the young Ali Asghar (A.S) and Syeda Sakina (S.A) of Karbala played the most vital role in defeating Yazeediyat. He said this while addressing to a Majlis of Ashra e Shaheeda e Zindan held to follow Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah.

Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi said that Pakistanís biggest tragedy is that its reins became in control of those powers who had absolutely no role in its creation. Unaware of the true objectives of Pakistanís creation and in pursuit of their greed and for power and wealth, they deviated our beloved motherland from the real objectives of its creation for which tens of millions of people had borne the pain and hardships of migration following the lessons of migration of Medina and sacrificed hundreds and thousands of lives in the way. He said that instead of sacrificing themselves for the motherland, the leaders that came to power after Quaid e Azam started compromising national interests. Discrimination and biasness were promoted, while greed and personal interests started ruling the country which eventually resulted in enabling our eternal enemy hatch conspiracies against us that broke Pakistan only after 25 years of its creation. Agha Moosavi said that the enemy had thought that the disintegration of East Pakistan has also disintegrated the Two-Nation theory however, it wasnít true as the actions of upcoming Indian governments kept endorsing Pakistanís founding ideology with each passing day. May it be the government of a so-called secular or a racist extremist party, every era proved to be fatal for Indian minorities and Muslims in particular. He said that several internal and external powers are still trying to harm Pakistanís solidarity and stability however, despite their heinous conspiracies, they will fail miserably as Quaid e Azamís saying that people who think that they will finish Pakistan are living in foolís paradise. No power on earth can ever succeed in undoing Pakistan. It is a Pakistan whose roots are strong and deep. Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi said that the only way to respect the sacrifices offered for Pakistan is to transform the country in the light of sayings from Allama Iqbal and Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. Meanwhile on the call of Tehreek e Nifaz e Fiqah Jafariya, Majalis e Aza as patronized by Quaid e Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah, were held across the country. The participants of the Majalis e Aza vowed to offer all kinds of sacrifices for the protection and glory of the religion and motherland with Hussaini spirit.