ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has approached the Muslim world to display solidarity against Islamophobia and told the West that assault on Islam and Prophet Muhammad (harmony arrive) will give space to extremist and extreme right gatherings to misuse the circumstance.
In another turn of events, Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi held a telephonic discussion with his Turkish partner Mevlüt Çavusoglu on Wednesday during which they consented to intently facilitate on the test presented by developing Islamophobia and different issues looked by the Muslim world.
In a letter to heads of the Muslim states, Prime Minister Khan stated: “Blasphemy against any Prophet of Islam, Christianity or Judaism was unsatisfactory in our confidence and the opportunity has arrived for heads of the Muslim world to take this message with clearness and solidarity to the remainder of the world, especially the Western world so an end is put to Islamophobia and assaults on Islam and our Prophet PBUH.”
The letter dated Oct 28, which was posted on the leader’s legitimate Twitter account, stated: “subsequently, a perilous pattern of activities and responses are gotten under way. Terrible activities bring about responses from Muslims as they see their confidence and their darling Prophet focused on which brings about additional oppressive activities by governments against Muslim populaces in their states, bringing about minimization of Muslims and the making of room for revolutionary, extreme right gatherings to abuse the circumstance.”
The PM sent the letter days after disrespectful portrayals of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) were shown on government structures in France. The demonstration was safeguarded by the French president, Emmanuel Macron, who had said that “Islamists need our future”. Be that as it may, Muslim pioneers emphatically responded and their kin requested cutting off of exchange and different binds with France.
Mr Khan said late explanations at the administration level and episodes of despoiling of the Holy Quran were an impression of expanding Islamophobia, spreading in European nations where sizeable Muslim populaces dwelled.
About ‘incognito and obvious separation’, he said in Europe, mosques were being shut and Muslim ladies being prevented their entitlement to wear apparel from getting their decision in open space, though nuns and ministers kept on showing their strict attire.
“I accept the authority in these nations frequently carries on of absence of comprehension of the inherent profound energy, love and dedication Muslims everywhere on the world have for their Prophet PBUH and their awesome book, the Holy Quran,” he added.
“In this climate, it is occupant on us as heads of the Muslim world to altogether start to lead the pack in breaking this pattern of disdain and radicalism, which sustains viciousness and even demise,” he stated, adding that, “the time has come to contact ‘the other’ and end patterns of savagery reproduced of obliviousness and scorn.”
The head administrator said the Western world ought to be clarified that esteem frameworks vary for various social and strict and ethnic gatherings on the planet.
For Europeans and the Jews, the Holocaust, which was the finish of the Nazi massacre, has prompted numerous Western, particularly European states, to condemn any demonstration of analysis or addressing of the Holocaust, he said.
Encouraging the West to offer regard to Muslims, PM Khan expressed: “We comprehend and regard that. Be that as it may, there must be a comprehension by the Western universe of giving a comparable regard to Muslims, who have additionally observed their kin slaughtered in mass numbers from Bosnia to Iraq to Afghanistan, to Indian Illegally Occupied Jammu and Kashmir, yet for whom the agony and hurt is most noteworthy when we see assaults on our confidence and our dearest Prophet PBUH through joke, scorn and even maltreatment.”
“Our confidence is guided by harmony and resilience as polished in Riyasat-I-Madina and as per Misaq-I-Madina (the Treaty closed by our Prophet PBUH among Muslims and Jews),” he added.
PM Khan said it was the obligation of the Muslims to advise the world regarding this soul and center of the confidence Islam.
FM calls Turkish, Afghan partners During his telephonic discussion with his Turkish partner Mevlüt Çavusoglu, Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi talked about with him the issue of developing Islamophobia in the West.
“The unfamiliar priests consented to stay in address issues of worry to the Muslim Ummah, including the rising Islamophobia. The Turkish unfamiliar clergyman valued the position taken by the leader regarding the matter,” the Foreign Office said in an announcement.
“The two unfamiliar pastors communicated fulfillment at shared cooperation among Pakistan and Turkey at multilateral fora. Unfamiliar Minister Qureshi repeated gratefulness for the principled position taken by Turkey on the Jammu and Kashmir contest and Turkey’s unflinching help in such manner,” it added.
Unfamiliar Minister Qureshi likewise held a discussion with his Afghan partner Hanif Atmar and examined with him the Afghan harmony measure, reciprocal relations, bringing home of Afghan evacuees and local availability.
Mr Qureshi trusted that the Afghan initiative would take advantage of this notable lucky break through the continuous intra-Afghan arrangements to build up enduring harmony in Afghanistan by accomplishing a comprehensive, expansive based and exhaustive political settlement.
The unfamiliar priest said Pakistan would regard the choices taken by the Afghans about their future through an Afghan-drove and Afghan-possessed cycle.