LAHORE, Mar. 3: The Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan has said that the loot and plunder and corruption by the people in power was on the rise and the masses would have to come on roads for a peaceful revolution. The assets of the ruling parties’ politicians are on the increase whereas the people are deprived of basic necessities of life, he said while talking to different delegations at                LAHORE, Mar. 3: Jamaat e Islami Secretary General Liaquat Baloch has condemned the police torture on an accused in Chiniot and described it the worst show of police brutality. In a press statement here Wednesday, he said that the Punjab government had given full freedom to the police to kill the accused extra judicially or disgrace them publicly. He said the TV footage of the incident on telev               LAHORE, Mar. 2: Jamaat e Islami Secretary General Liaquat Baloch has said that the system of allies- rule and divided mandate had failed in the country and the situation called for fresh elections. The constitution has no provision for mid term elections while military intervention would be undesirable, therefore, either the Prime Minister should propose dissolution of the National Assembly or                LAHORE, Mar. 1: The Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan, has said that India’s track record of talks with Pakistan during the last 65 years was full of hypocrisy, cheating and double-talk that had been further established by the Secretary-level meeting in New-Delhi last week. He was commenting on the Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s statement in Saudi Arabia that “India was                LAHORE, Mar. 1: Jamaat e Islami Secretary General Liaquat Baloch has said the JI would fully participate in the local government elections in order to provide an alternate, honest leadership to the nation. Addressing a meeting of the JI political committee, Sindh at Quba auditorium, Karachi, he stressed upon the government to ensure transparent and impartial elections instead of dividing the seats               LAHORE, feb.28_ Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan has said that the government and the friendly Opposition were jointly pushing the country into US slavery. The PML(N) leader Mian Nawaz Sharif was simply issuing statements from Raiwind and did not have the courage to come on roads because of US pressure, he said while addressing a meeting at Khanewal on Sunday. Hizbul Mujahideen chief co               LAHORE, Feb. 28: Top leadership of different religious and political parties has strongly condemned the firing and violence at the 12th of Rabiul Awal celebrations and termed it an attempt to push the country towards sectarian clashes. Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan, JUI (F) chief Maulana Fazlur Rahman, Jamiat e Ulema e Pakistan chief Sahibzada Abul Khair Zubir, Jamiat e Ahle Hadith                LAHORE, Feb. 28: The Women wing of the Jamaat- e- Islami, Pakistan has said that the New York Federal Court decision declaring Dr Aafia Siddiqui guilty despite lack of evidence against her clearly reflected America bias and enmity towards Islam. The central Shoora of the JI women wing, in a resolution adopted at its meeting, called upon the government to try its utmost for the suspension of Dr                LAHORE, Feb. 26: The message of the 12th of Rabiul Awal was that the Muslim Ummah revert to Jehad for establishing the superiority of Deen and the Muslim rulers felt pride in obeying the Holy Prophet ( PBUH) instead of worldly masters, the Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan, said on Friday. Addressing the Friday congregation at Masjid Al Kausar, Malir, Karachi, he said this recipe alon               LAHORE, Feb. 25: Jamaat e Islami Secretary General Liaquat Baloch has condemned the arrest of former JI MPA, Muhammad Amin Swati, during search operation by the security forces and said the JI was being punished for opposing drone attacks and the military operation continuing on US dictation. In a press statement here Thursday, he said that the targeting of ex-MNA and senior JI leader Haroonur               
  The message of the 12th of Rabiul Awal was that the Muslim Ummah revert to Jehad  
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LAHORE, Feb. 26: The message of the 12th of Rabiul Awal was that the Muslim Ummah revert to Jehad for establishing the superiority of Deen and the Muslim rulers felt pride in obeying the Holy Prophet ( PBUH) instead of worldly masters, the Jamaat e Islami chief Syed Munawar Hasan, said on Friday. Addressing the Friday congregation at Masjid Al Kausar, Malir, Karachi, he said this recipe alone could free the Muslims from the infidels’ tyranny and restore their lost glory, says a JI press release issued from Mansoora. In the eyes of Washington, only those accepting US slavery were praiseworthy but the slaves of Muhammad( pbuh) would never accept US subjugation under any circumstances, he declared. . Syed Munawar Hasan said, during the last two decades, foreign troops led by the US were perpetrating tyranny and oppression on the Muslims in Iraq, Afghanistan, Yemen, Chechnya, Lebanon, and Pakistan but ironically the Muslims were being blamed and targeted for terrorism and extremism. He said, tolerating oppression was not a sign of bravery. On the other hand, supporting the Muslims in their struggle against tyranny was in line with the Holy Prophet’s teachings. The JI chief said that in order to malign Jehad, the Western Media, at the instance of the US, had been dishing out false news and circulating these through the ISPR. He said the activities of the Muslims against the non-,Muslim forces in Palestine, Afghanistan, Kashmir and Iraq were real Jehad that would end up in the liberation of occupied Muslim states. He said the oppression of the non-Muslim powers had compelled the Muslim youth to rise against the tyrants. Street terrorism was the weapon of the weak people, he said. The Muslim masses, he said, were more worried about the state terrorism of the US-crony Muslim rulers than the attacks of the aliens as this had increased terrorism and lawlessness. Syed Munawar Hasan pointed out that the Holy Prophet (pbuh) during his ten years of life at Madina, as also his companions, continuously waged Jehad against the infidels. The Holy Quran contained as many as 486 verses that were considered as verses on Jehad. The Muslim Ummah today, was confronting hardships on all sides and the enemy was taking it as soft fodder while the US was labeling Jehad as terrorism only to bring it bad name However, the Muslims all over the world had raised the banner of Jehad to demonstrate their love for the Holy Prophet (pbuh). The objectives of the Hizbullah in Lebanon, Hamas in Palestine and Hizbul Mujahideen in Held Kashmir were the same. In Kashmir, seven lakh Indian troops had been committing atrocities over the Kashmiri Muslims for the last 22 years and violating human rights.


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