Maulana Tariq Jameel calls for peace between Sham Idrees, Zaid Ali and Ducky Bhai

Published: May 21, 2019
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KARACHI: Renowned scholar Maulana Tariq Jameel is not only a venerated religious figure but also a preacher with immense popularity among artists and sports personalities alike. Several musicians, actors and cricketers have in past,  credited the Maulana for showing them the path or righteousness.

However, in a recent turn of events the Maulana took to the internet to address the ongoing feud between popular You Tubers such as Sham Idrees, Ducky, Zaid Ali , Rahim Pardesi and Shahmeer.

Four days back, a video was uploaded on Maulana’s official You Tube channel titled ‘Stop Fighting|Message|Tariq Jameel| Ducky Bhai, Sham Idrees, Zaid Ali, Rahim Pardesi and Shahmir.’ It’s clear from title of the video that the Maulana’s aim was to address the ongoing war of jibes between the aforementioned social media sensations.

The video shows Maulana relaxing on a charpoi and trying to explain something to Zaid Ali who can be seen sitting right beside him. We can’t  hear what they are talking about but the narration in Maulana’s voice speaks about burying your differences and how peace is the only value that mankind should strive towards.

“We need to learn how to forgive and forget each other’s mistakes,” says the Maulana in the short video. “ Every human being is marred with errors and mistakes but as humans, it is our prime duty to forgive each other’s wrongdoings.”

He goes on to say that be it the greatest of saints or sinners, everyone has committed a mistake at some point in time and we need to understand that is a part of human nature. “You can’t counter stubbornness with stubbornness. You may not have the knowledge or the wisdom to understand everything but a lack of manners spoils the society at large,” says Maulana.

Here’s a low down of the feud that has been brimming for a while

 

 

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