A call for religuous rights
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The Tehreek-i-Nifaz Fiqh Jaferia (TNFJ) rallied in the federal capital to protest against the desecration of holy places and blasphemy, 24NewsHD TV Channel reported Sunday.
The rally was taken out from Islamabad Press Club on the call of TNFJ chief Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi. Secretary-General Shujaat Ali Bukhari, Allama Basharat, Wajiha Mashhadi, Malik Ashtar, Samar Al Hassan, and other religious scholars joined in.
Addressing the participants, the TNFJ leaders raised concerns about the violation of religious rights. Allama Basharat Emami read out the message of Agha Hamid Mousavi, stating that Europe and the Western world have been showing double standards.
The world powers have been supporting the elements involved in demolishing the holy places to hurt the sentiments of millions of Muslims, it said, adding that there is a dire need of following the teaching of Imam Jafar Sadiq and the Muslims must get united to stem the spread of such a wave.
The resolutions were also presented during the protest, raising the demands for the reconstruction of the holy places and action by the OIC and the UN to guard religious rights. The speakers stressed that banned outfits have been cashing in on political turmoil. The protesters decided to continue with peaceful demos to press for their just demands.