Ramazan Pakistan: Deterioration of social values discussed

Communities that abandon their virtues and morality lose their identity and disappear into oblivion.


Our Correspondent July 20, 2014

KARACHI: Communities that abandon their virtues and morality lose their identity and disappear into oblivion, Allama Kokab Noorani, chief of Sawad-e-Azam Ahle Sunnat Haqiqi said on Sunday. “We should not forget that we are human beings, Muslims and Pakistanis. We will have to sacrifice anything that tries to damage these three icons of our identity,” Noorani said. He was speaking on Ramazan Pakistan programme with host Allama Nisar Ali Ujagar on the deteriorating moral values of the society. “Islam is not against desires, but stops us from blindly following vile desires that erase the difference between right and wrong from society,” he said. Kokab Noorani maintained that how can humanity exist without humans. “Humans are not just flesh, blood and bones, they are a creation that follows certain virtues, some code of ethics and morality,” the religious scholar said.

Published in The Express Tribune, July 14th, 2014.

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