Adopt ways of Imam Hussain (AS): Nayeem Khan


‘Curfew, restrictions are Yazeedi tactics’

SRINAGAR – Terming patience, sacrifice, truthfulness, steadfastness and sincerity as the message of Karbala, senior resistance leader and National Front Chairman Nayeem Ahmad Khan has called upon Muslims to adopt the way of Imam Hussain (AS) a’s it is the only way to get rid of oppressors and suppressors’.

“Imam Aali Maqam AS taught us to fight oppression, suppression and accept the challenges of those who on the basis of might have always tried to make the humans their slaves,” Khan said in a statement during his house arrest.

He said that Imam Hussain AS with other members of the sacred family of Prophet Mohammad PBUH, showed how to save the walls of Islam from the winds of anti Islam forces and how to be truthful till the end of life despite all odds.

Khan said, “Imam Aali Maqam AS taught the whole humanity to rise against the suppression and oppression and to lay down lives for the noble causes”.

Nayeem Khan said that some black sheep are still playing the role of Yazeed by trying to create differences in the names of like Shia and Sunni but we all have to face these elements with patience so that the message of Karbala reaches to all and truthfulness achieves yet another victory over the anti Islam and anti Muslim forces.

Khan while condemning the curfew like situation imposed by the government said that these are the tactics of Yazeed and the aim of these tactics is to discourage the followers of Imam Hussain AS. “But time is witness that Yazeedi forces have to face the defeat on every step and finally Hussainiat has to rule the mind and heart of the people”, he added.

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