Promoting unity, brotherhood is our goal: JKLF
SRINAGAR: Muslims are like a human body and can achieve the success of this world and hereafter by unity and brotherhood. We are here today to promote unity and brotherhood and to express solidarity with our Shia brethren, this was stated by the JKLF chairman Mohammad Yasin Malik while addressing a Hussaini Majlis at Katthi Darwaza Srinagar today.
Malik along with other JKLF leaders M.Yasin Baht,Shiek Ab.Rashid,Bashir Kashmiri, G.M.Dar and Feroz Ahmad reached Kathi Darwaza were hundreds of people welcomed them .
Yasin sahib addressed the gathering and said that We all are having faith in one Allah, one prophet(SAW),one Quran and one Kaaba and therefore we all should refrain from fighting each other on small and petty differences. Yasin said that every Muslims whatever be his sect, or creed respects and loves the family and companions of beloved prophet Mohammad (SAW). We all feel pain and agony of what was done to Imam Hussain (RA) and his family in Karbala.
Quoting Hazrat Ali (RA), Yasin said that relationship is not because of same blood but because of same
feelings. If we can feel the agony of even those whom we do not know, we can make them our friends, but if we lack this human instinct, our own can become our opponents. Yasin said that we all should refrain from criticizing others creed while adhering to ours .
Yasin said our brotherhood and unity will lead us to success of here and hereafter while as our disunity can destroy our life and Aakhira.
Yasin Sahib said that Kashmirs have always protected the religious and Maslki harmony and we will continue to protect this treasure of ours in future also .Yasin Malik said that Karbala teaches us to fight for freedom of humans and we all should follow Imam Hussain (RA) in this pursuit of truth and Freedom. Yasin sahib said that promoting unity and brotherhood is our goal and JKLF will leave no stone unturned for achieving this sacred goal.
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