Pakistan

LAHORE (Staff Report) – Pakistani religious leader Hafiz Saeed, who came in limelight following the 2009 Indian allegation that he was man behind 26/11 attack in Mumbai, has urged Pakistanis to quit open mixing of men and women, vulgarity, wine and other evils, while terming the Monday’s powerful earthquake a warning from Allah.


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In a call for donation advertisement the Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) chief has asked the people to return to Allah and seek forgiveness for their sins because such calamities are referred as tough cautions by nature.

In his message he further said whether Pakistanis are ready to quit the actions of disobedience including gambling, drinking, killing and oppression against the laden. He also added if government was ready to impose the just system of Allah instead of appeasing the so-called super powers of the world.

In the concluding part Hafiz Saeed appealed his fellow Muslims to avail from Allah’s extension and donate as much they can to Falah-e-Insaniyat Foundation (FIF), a welfare organsiation of JuD, to help those affected by earthquake.

Earlier on Monday magnitude 7.5 earthquake struck in north-eastern Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of India according to the United States Geological Survey however the Pakistan Meteorological Department, however, said the magnitude of the earthquake was 8.1.

The quake was 196 km deep and centred 82 km south-east of Feyzabad in a remote area of Afghanistan in the Hindu Kush mountain range.

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