ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan on Monday said that Muslim nations ought to on the whole voice their interests against Islamophobia and stand up to the West for associating Islam with terrorism.
The PM was tending to the Ulema and Mashaikh Conference in Islamabad during which he said that since he recognize the West better than others, he has raised the issue of Islamophobia on all discussions now and again.
- PM Imran Khan says Muslim nations ought to by and large speak loudly against Islamophobia
- Mourns that Muslim nations never really counter the Western account of “Islamic radicalism” and “Islamic fanaticism”
- Urges religious scholars to spread mindfulness about Riyasat-e-Madina among masses for advancement of society
He said that those Muslims living in Western nations, and even in India, are confronting a ton of issues due to Islamophobia.
“At the point when Muslim ladies living in the West leave their homes wearing a headscarf, individuals insult them,” the PM said. “Also, whiskery Muslim men need to confront harsh comments.”
The PM guaranteed that he will keep on raising his voice against Islamophobia.
‘Religious scholars assume a significant part in the public arena’
During the meeting, he additionally said that religious scholars have generally assumed a significant part in the formation of Pakistan and they keep on doing as such, accordingly, they should make the majority mindful of the idea of Riyasat-e-Madina.
The PM added that when individuals “fail to remember the qualification among great and terrible, society advances toward deterioration and annihilation.”
“It is my confidence that any country which follows the idea of Riyasat-e-Madina will move towards headway,” he said. “Similar standards which were seen in Riyasat-e-Madina would now be able to be found in government assistance states, particularly in Scandinavian nations.”
He said that defilement is another significant issue on which the Ulema ought to instruct individuals to make this danger unsuitable in the general public.