Religious leader: Iran, Pakistan can help resolve Muslims problems

IRNA – Chief of Pakistan’s major Islamic party strongly believes that Iran and Pakistan being two important countries of the Muslim world together can help resolve the problems of the Muslim world.

In an interview with IRNA, Maulana Samiul Haq of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam Sami (JUI-S) stressed for Ummah unity to encounter conspiracies against Muslims.

“Iran and Pakistan are also neighbors, so both can play a vital role in countering the challenges to Muslims, especially on concerning the Palestine cause,” he pointed out.

Maulana Samiul Haq added that all countries of the Muslim world can play their role in helping to the Palestine cause, but if Iran and Pakistan work together to protect the rights of innocent Palestinians it would benefit all the Muslims. “It would have a positive impact on the Muslim it would.”

Religious leader went on to say that US President Donald Trump’s decision to shift the US embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem (Beit-ul Moqaddas) is a mischievous move. He warned that it is a dangerous act that could trigger new wave of terrorism in the region.

“Trump has secret aims and objectives against the Muslim world and I think right now all the holy places of Islamic world are posed to serious threats from the Americans and Zionists,” he said.

Expressing his views, Maulana Samiul Haq said Trump has intentionally taken this step to create unrest in the Islamic world.

“Muslims have to be united the encounter conspiracies against Islam,” he viewed.