ISLAMABAD: The Jumatul Widah was observed throughout the country Friday as International Youm Al-Quds Himayat Mazloomin with religious and national spirit, devotion and respect on the call of Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi. Protest rallies were taken out in all big and cities and towns on this occasion in support of independence of Qibla-e-Awwal and against the Zionist and Indian aggression and terrorism against Muslims.
In Federal Capital Islamabad, the protest procession was taken out from Imambargah Darbar Sakhi Mahmood Badshah. The rally was led by Ulema Karaam and religious elite belonging to different schools of thought. Addressing the rally at Aabpara Chowk, Allama Basharat Hussain Imami presented the special message of Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi in which he said the Muslim rulers who are prisoners of their self-interest should keep in mind that the nefarious Zionist designs not only include occupying the Baitul Maqdas only but also to create a Great Israel and Harmain Sharifain is also included in that map. That is why, he said, Zionism is active with the American support to achieve that plan. He said most of the countries considered a threat to Israel have already been shattered while this fire is also being ignited in the remaining Muslim countries so that they may wipe out each other themselves so as to remove any hurdle in way of Israeli plans
Agha Moosavi said the Baitul Maqdas is inviting Muslims to wake up as the satanic forces were advancing towards the Qibla-e-Awwal and after that they plan to march towards Bait Allah and Masjid-e-Nabavi. Therefore, he said, if the Muslim rulers do not come out of deep slumber then the history will never forgive them. He said the only key to overcome Zionism, colonialism and Satanism is the mutual unity of Muslims as the Muslim unity is the only weapon that can ensure the safety of not only Haarmain Sharifain but can also bring out the Qibla-e-Awwal Bait Al-Maqdas from the Zionist clutches. He stressed that saying Labbaik on the call of Qibla-e-Awwal would achieve success for the Islamic World. He there the need of the hour is to express hatred against international colonial powers and their agents for the solution of all problems faced by the Islamic World that included annexation of Al-Quds and get freedom in Kashmir and Palestine.
The Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi terming the passenger plane crash in Karachi a national tragedy said they share the grieve of the bereaved families He demanded immediate inquiry into the incident so as to avoid such incident in future.
The rally was led by TNFJ Federal Capital President Allama Basharat Hussain Imami, General Secretary Zulfiqar Ali Raja, Allama Fasahat Hussain Kazmi, Maulana Meesam Gardezi, Prof. Ghulam Abbas Haideri, Chief Commander Mukhtar Force Volunteers Syed Nazakat Hussain Kazmi, Deputy District Commander Sibtain Kazmi, Shafqat Hussain Gardezi, Mirza Sanchi Khan, Sain Sakhi Haideri, Deputy Commander District East Syed Nazim Hussain Kazmi, Syed G.M. Shah Kazmi and other leaders.
Later the participants of the rally dispersed after reaching back at Darbar Sakhi Mahmood Shah Badshah.
In Rawalpindi, the central Matmi protest demonstration was taken out from Imambargah Ashiq Hussain, Teli Mohallah under the auspices of TNFJ District Youm Al-Quds Himayat-e-Mazloomin Committee. The rally was led by Allama Zahid Hussain Kazmi, Meesam Tammar, and Mohsin Hamdani. The participants of the rally dispersed peacefully after some addresses at Committee Chowk and after raising vociferous slogans in support of their point of view.
Meanwhile according to reports reaching here, the protest rallies were also organised and Majalis-e-Aza were held in Peshawar, Lahore, Karachi, Chakwal, Fateh Jang, Pindi Gheb, Taxila, Bahawalpur, Multan, Sadiqabad, Sargodha, Larkana, Faisalabad, Quetta, Jhelum, Sialkot, Muzaffarabad, Hyderabad, Sukkur, Gilgit-Baltistan, Bagh, Gujrat, Dera Ghazi Khan, Bhakkar, Khairpur Mirs, Shahdadpur, Mirpur Khas, Kakul, Abbottabad, Nowshera, Lalamusa, Kohat, Dera Ismail Khan, and Mianwali.