Qazi Hussian Ahamd Wanted to Unite Shia and Sunni in Pakistan

Islamabad: President “Milli Yakjehti Council “ and former Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Qazi Hussain Ahmed announced to hold “international Ittehad Ummat Conference” on November 11 and 12 for giving a message of unity among Muslim Ummah on the international level.

The prominent religious leaders and personalities including “Imam-e- Kahba” from Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Sudan, Turkey, Tunisia, and Iran would be invited to participate in the conference.

President “Milli Yakjehti Council “ and former Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Qazi Hussain Ahmed is trying his best to establish a platform where shais and sunnis can sit together. Fro this Iranian government and shais lobbies in Pakistan encouraging Qazi Hussain Ahmed to do so. Former Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Qazi Hussain Ahmed wanted to deliver the message through this conference that the shias and sunnis are united in Pakistan.

But some main stream  sunni parties do not support the efforts of Qazi Hussain Ahmed. Main Slafi Jamiat Ahl Haidth Of Professor Sajid Mir is not the part of Milli Yakjehti Council. The other ahl Sunnat Waljamat Of Maulana Mohmmad Ludanvi is also not the part of Milli Yakjehti Council.

A special committee headed by Qazi Hussain Ahmed has been constituted for making contacts for this purpose, This committee comprises Allam Sajid Ali Naqvi, Hafiz Abdur Rahman Makki, and Hafiz Abdul Ghafar aziz.

These decisions were made on Wednesday in the special meeting of the Central Executive Committee of the Council. It was also decided in the meeting to invite in the conference the religious leaders and representatives of the Rabita Alam-e-Islami, Motmir Alam-e-Islami and other international Islamic movements.

The meeting was attended by Allam Sajid Ali Naqvi, Hafiz Hussain Ahmed, Saqib Akbar, Pir Abdul Shakor Nashbandi, Dr Abid Rauf Orakzai, Mufti Ameer Zeb, Hafiz Abdur Rahman Makki.

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