Gaza unrest: Unity needed to fight oppression, says JI leader

JI leader urges world community to take notice of Israeli aggression and protect Palestinians.

Our Correspondent July 11, 2014


Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) leader Sirajul Haq on Thursday condemned the world community for its silence over the killing of Palestinians in Gaza by Israeli forces.

“The bloodshed of Palestinian women and children is ongoing but the world has been unmoved,” Haq said in a statement.

“The oppression of Muslims will continue until they stand united against the enemy.”

The JI leader urged the world community to take notice of Israeli aggression and protect the Palestinians.

He called upon the Organisation of Islamic Conference and Muslim governments across the world to work out a strategy for the safety of the Muslims.

“The double standards of the United Nations on Palestine and Kashmir are a big hurdle to the liberation of these areas,” the JI leader said.

He said US President Barack Obama’s statement that Israel had the right to self-defence was amounted to indirect support for Israel’s brutalities against the Palestinians.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 11th, 2014.


SAMPATHKUMAR V S | 7 years ago | Reply

[email protected]: Why such ji don't talk about one muslim killing another happening in very Muslim countries

someone | 7 years ago | Reply

Unity??? Even if all Arab countries get together, Israel has capabilities to flatten them all. Don't even take a chance.

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