Unseen, mysterious forces creating chaos in J&K: Geelani

Our movement is indigenous and has nothing to do with organizations with global agenda that are slaying innocents and desperate to turn Muslim world into wreckage, Geelani said.

Srinagar, Publish Date: Jul 21 2017 12:27AM | Updated Date: Jul 21 2017 12:27AM
Unseen, mysterious forces creating chaos in J&K: GeelaniFile Photo

Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman Syed Ali Geelani on Thursday said some “unseen and mysterious forces” were “desperate to create chaos” in J&K.

“These forces are maligning the ongoing freedom movement and have started a feverish campaign against pro-freedom leadership and ideology of Pakistan,” he said in a statement.

Our movement is indigenous and has nothing to do with organizations with global agenda that are slaying innocents and desperate to turn Muslim world into wreckage, Geelani said.

Commenting on reports about desecration of symbolic Hilali Parcham (flag carrying star and moon) and “undesirable propaganda” unleashed by few elements against the (resistance) leadership, Geelani said: “It is a well-organised plot and misadventure to create confusion and divert attention from dreadful situations in Kashmir. Indian authorities will take advantage of this by portraying our freedom struggle as globally-affiliated terrorism.”

“A few sick-minded elements are promoting all this and unintentionally a few immature youths get swayed,” he said, adding that “anti-Pakistan elements  are creating chaos and their negative depiction of jihad is aimed at misguiding innocent youth and make them aggressive against Pakistan.”

Referring to “chaos” and “infighting” in Iraq, Syria, Yemen and other Muslim countries, Geelani said Islam aims at building a society in which there is peace, serenity, friendship, cooperation, altruism, justice and virtues.

“Those people instead of serving the cause and liberating Palestine and Masjid Aqsa from oppressors are slaying Muslims, thus have no mandate to represent Islam and the Muslim community,” he said.

Blaming Washington and Tel Aviv for “fomenting trouble and creating anarchy” in the Muslim belt, Geelani said Muslims are being used as “fodder for this mindless strife and infighting.”

Criticising the elements “that are creating mess in the garb of this so-called holy doctrine”, Geelani said: “They are hell-bent upon creating a new phenomenon and philosophy against Pakistan and resistance leadership in state.”

Appealing to youth to get organized and united against “this conspiracy”, Geelani asked them to resist and resent “this trend and their sinister designs.”

“We need to introspect and understand the devilish plans being floated by our enemies,” he said, adding: “We have been facing immense hardships and as such we can’t afford to accept such senseless thinking.”

Geelani rejected the “idea” of calling UN resolutions as un-Islamic, saying UN resolutions serve as substance matter for global-level agreement and have been agreed upon by both India and Pakistan and  guarantee the legitimacy of Kashmir issue and thereby verdict of people in the state.

Referring to these agreements and accords, Geelani said: “Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW) too documented various treaties with Jews, Christians and other non-Muslim communities and accorded full honors to these agreements. Islam and ‘Kalema’ form the ideological basis of Pakistan. Despite a few flaws, it is a fact that this country is a divine gift from Almighty Allah and those relying on negative propaganda against Pakistan are hurting sentiments of both Muslim community and Islam.”


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