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  Updated: April 4, 2009

Moosavi hails completion of Askariyain shrine, hopes for baqee

By: Salman Alvi

RAWALPINDI, Pakistan: The Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi hailed completion of Dome and Minarets of Imam Hasan Askari Shrine expressing hope that one day will come when dignity of Janna tul Baqee and Janna tul Moalla will be restored.

He stated this while announcing to observe Ayyam-e-Askari from 8-10 Rabi-us-Sani in connection with the Wiladat Purnoor of Hazrat Imam Hassan Askari (A.S.). He said Ayah-e-Tatheer stands witness to the Ismat-o-Taharat of Khanwada-e-Ahle Bait Athaar (A.S.) and keeping love and devotion with them is a must as per Holy Quran. He said this love is not based on any relationships rather these holy personalities blessed Tauheed, Risalat and Wilayat with eternity and new heights.

Agha Moosavi said that the 11th Aftab-e-Wilayat and Imamat Hazrat Imam Hassan Askari (A.S.) carried out many struggles to fulfil the Illahi responsibilities and important duties assigned to him. He confronted 6 dictators during his era so as to deliver the holiest Illahi trust to the world of humanity in toto. He said the religion and Shariat achieved new heights courtesy Imam Askari (A.S.). He said the governments of tyrant rulers and dictators rest on oppression, suppression, brutality, injustice, humiliation and the centre of their activities remained negation to Islam and carrying out confrontation with Khanwada-e-Risalat (A.S.) and pious Sahaba Kubaar (R.A.) and even today the international colonial powers and her agents desire the same.

He said the restoration of Shahbaz Sharif’s government in Punjab after restoration of the judiciary is a good decision, therefore, it is now necessary to give up all types of confrontation and work for the development, good and welfare of Pakistan and thwart the agenda and every tactic of the international colonial powers by confronting the internal and external challenges and by rooting out terrorism.

The TNFJ chief said that motherland Pakistan came into being in the name of Islam. The rulers here used the name of Islam but did nothing for it and owing to their wrong policies, international colonial powers were encouraged to use indecent tactics to defame Islam, one of which was their new agenda viz. Pakistan. He said there is a saying of the Imam Hassan Askari (A.S.) that goes: Two qualities are supreme over all others; faith in Allah and to benefit to your religious brethren. Therefore, he said, if we keep strong faith in Allah then it is mandatory for us all not to consider the geographical boundaries between Momineen and Muslims. He said it is necessary for the oppressed nations and the Islamic World to utilize all their energy for independence of Kashmir and Palestine, exit of allied forces from Afghanistan and Iraq and to shake off the colonial pressure over motherland Pakistan besides practically displaying unity and brotherhood.

The Quaid-i-Millat Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi made a fervent appeal to the countrymen to observe Ayyam-e-Askari from 8-10 Rabi-us-Sani on the auspicious occasion of Wildat Purnoor of Hazrat Imam Hassan Askari (A.S.) and pray for the supremacy of motherland Pakistan. Paying tributes to Pakistan’s armed forces and security agencies, expressed his resolve to offer any sacrifice like an advanced force shoulder to shoulder with them in every hour of need.

Meanwhile, a TNFJ Central Committee has been formed to organize programmes of the Ayyam-e-Askari programmes. S. M. Rizvi was nominated as Convener while Bu Ali Mehdi and Saleem Hussain Bangash have been nominated as Deputy Convener and Secretary of this Committee, respectively.  


 
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