LAHORE: The three-day Ijtema of the Jamaat e Islami (JI), Pakistan began with the Juma prayer at the historic Badshahi Mosque led by the central leader of the Akhwanul Muslimoon and eminent Syrian scholar Al-Sheikh Sadrud Din Albayuni.
Addressing a gathering inside and outside the Badshahi Mosque, including thousands of women, Al-Sheikh Sadrud din Albayuni said that the Muslims were not terrorists. Instead they were the saviors of the humanity.
He said the leaders of the non-Muslims should understand this vital point and stop their conspiracies against the Muslim world. He stressed upon the leaders of the Muslim world to make the non-Muslims realize this fact.
The Akhwanul Muslimoon leader said that Islam was not a threat for the world peace. He said that the world was in need of the enforcement of Shariat e Muhammadi for promotion of love, affection and equality.
Al-Sheikh Sadrud Din Albayuni said that Pakistan was a state that came into being in the name of ‘La Ilaha Illallah,’ and thousands of the Muslims of the sub continent had sacrificed their lives for this great cause.
Akhwan leader said that unfortunately, the Muslims of Palestine, Kashmir, Burma, Bangladesh, Syria, Iraq were being massacred. He added the Muslim world would have to unite to save themselves from tyranny.
He said it was the responsibility of the Muslims all over the world to raise their voice against the oppression being carried out in different parts of the world.
The Ijtema was being attended by delegates from twenty five countries including Sudan, Egypt, Syria, Indonesia, Malaysia, Sri Lanka, India, UK, US, Jordan and Palestine.
Prominent leaders of the Islamic movements from different countries were also attending the moot.