Published On: Sat, Sep 7th, 2013

Religious parties observe Khatme Nabuwwat Day today



Religious parties are all set to celebrate the historic legislation of September 7, 1974 under the government of Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto, under which Qadiyanis were termed non-Muslims because of disowning the belief of the finality of Prophet (SAW).Announcing a number of seminars and meetings planned for Youme Khatme Nabuwwat on Saturday (today), many religious leaders held on Friday held that Qadiyanis were equally involved in the anti-state conspiracies, like sectarianism, subversion and terrorism, and demanded that Qadiyanis, both declared undercover, must be removed from key government posts in security and intelligence agencies, judiciary and the media to defend the country. Addressing a joint meeting, the leaders of International Khatm-e-Nabuwwt Movement, Aalmi Majlis Tahaffuz Khatm-e-Nabuwwat and Majlis Ahrar highlighted the rebellion of Qadiyanis against Islam and said rebels were liable for death punishment in every religion and part of the world. The leaders, including Abdul Latif Khalid Cheema, Mian Awais and Maulana Zahidur Rashedi, said that Youm-e-Khatm-e-Nabuwwat was being celebrated in foreign countries – in Europe, America and Middle East – to highlight the anti-Islam conspiracies of Qadiyanis and reaffirm the pledge to protect Islam. Leaders of Jamiat Ahle Hadith Khalid Shahzad Farooqi, Allama Sibtain Shah, Prof Sanaullah Bhatti, Sh Salimur Rehman, Muhammad Ali Yadzani and others demanded that Qadiyanis must be removed from all key posts, especially from the armed forces and security agencies to ward off the conspiracies against security and solidarity of Pakistan. Addressing the Khatam-e-Nabuwwat conference on Friday, they condemned the government for issuing a list of five thousand religious seminaries as “dangerous” and “requiring strict surveillance”, and said such a move was part of Qadiyani conspiracy to create religious unrest and cause a sectarian strife in the country. They warned that no action against any seminary would be allowed without any proofs of involvement in anti-state or subversive activities.

Saturday, September 07, 2013
From Print Edition .”The News”


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  1. nalaiq ummati says:

    Khatam e nabuwat zindabad.islam zindabad.pakistan zindabad.qadiyaniyat murdabad.

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