Aasiya for unity among Muslims
Srinagar, Dec 16: Dukhtaran-Millat Chief, Asiya Andrabi has urged Muslims to unite under the theme of religion and rise above nationalism.
To mark the anniversary of creation of Bangladesh, the DeM organised seminars at districts across Valley.
“Seeds of nationalism are again sown by western powers and Government of India in Pakistan by raising the issues of race, language and region. At the time of creation of Bangladesh, India and western powers stoked the fore of separation on the basis of regionalism among people of Bangladesh. At the time of partition between India and Pakistan, western powers in collusion with India had meticulously kept Bangladesh away from Pakistan,” Aasiya said in a statement.
“I make a fervent appeal to people to stay away from nationalism slogans and unite under the common factor of Islam,’ she added.
Lastupdate on : Sun, 16 Dec 2012 21:30:00 Makkah time
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