JI condemns drone strike, backs PTI's call to block Nato supplies

Munawar Hasan calls upon the government to pull out of the 'American war'.

Web Desk November 02, 2013
Munawar Hasan calls upon the government to pull out of the 'American war'. PHOTO: INP/ FILE

LAHORE: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan on Saturday passed a resolution strongly condemned Friday's drone strike against Hakimullah Mehsud, which intended to sabotage peace talks with the Taliban, according to the official JI Facebook page.

The announcement came following a meeting between JI leaders which was presided by the party chief Munawar Hasan.

The resolution further demanded that NATO supplies be halted immediately, and the government switch from useless speeches to taking real action.

JI called upon the government to summon an All Parties Conference, and formulate a clear foreign policy that pulls Pakistan out of this 'American war'.

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Shaikh Mohommad | 6 years ago | Reply | Recommend Shoot the Messenger. Shoot Edward Snowden for exposing hypocrisy and lies of American war on terror and other aspects of US Government policies. Shoot Assange of Wikileaks. Shall I continue? Should drone strikes continue or should it be stopped? Why don't people say openly that they support drone strikes which is a crime against international law?
AnisAqeel | 6 years ago | Reply | Recommend

People like that should be noticed who condone and support terrorist killers and butchers of humanity and like Bangladesh, Pakistan must learn a lesson to rid those wolves in the skin of sheep. It was their faith to oppose the creation of Pakistan and now is their faith to dismantle Pakistan. All the killings of innocent people must be repaid as Bangladesh is doing and these statements should be made as part of evidence for being participant with terrorists. Inshaallah, soon time will be coming to account these sellers of Islam may be in a couple of years. or even earlier when any military action is taken as a last push to throw them in the blaze they have set in the name of Islam.

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