ISLAMABAD: Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) issued a nine factors decree against terrorism plus suicide attacks terming these types of acts as prohibited (Haram) in Islam, when the particular nation will observe ‘Youm-e-Ashur’ on Sunday.
PUC structured “Ulema Conference” on Wed that was presided above by the Chairman PUC, Sahibzada Zahid Mehmood Qasmi.
Typically the conference in a new shared statement agreed to be able to demean all types of terrorism which often were hurting Pakistan in addition to benefitting enemies in the region.
Typically the conference also authenticated the joint decree given by clergymen from just about all sects on, may 21, 2017 and said of which the regulations would end up being formulated beneath the guidance associated with Quran and Sunnah plus no legislation will be produced contrary to these 2 primary resources of Islamic jurisprudence.
The particular participants additional said, “We unanimously negate the extremist thoughts plus extremism utilizing the name associated with Islam and tolerance, this is our enemy where ever it prevails and attempts to suppress it are usually religious obligations”.
The individuals requested state institutions to take stern action against those who are trying to impose their will through power, creating religious bigotry and trying to create rumpus through exploiting religious sentiments as it is against Islamic values and the constitution of Pakistan as well.
The conference agreed that use of power on the name of imposition of Sharia, armed conflict with the state and all kinds of terrorism are ‘Unislamic’, a sinful act and rebellion.
“We the Ulema (clergymen) of all sects unanimously declare that suicide bombing is prohibited (Haram) in Islam, suicide bomber, the abettors, the trainers and their accomplices are rebels of Islam and state of Pakistan has the right to take action against perpetrators, ” the conference jointly stated.
The clergymen also termed use of slogans and Islamic tenets for personal benefits ‘incorrect as per teachings of Islam’.
Starting ‘Jihad’ is the duty of state and if any group starts fighting by super ceding state laws then it would be called “rebellion” which is a punishable offence in Islam.
The decree issued by the conference also stated that citizens of Pakistan are liable to follow rules and regulations as prescribed by the constitution of Pakistan and they must work for safety of national interest on priority basis.
Ninth and the final point of the released decree backed procedure Zarb-e-Azb and procedure Rad-ul-Fasad plus termed it necessary with regard to restoration of peace within the condition.
The meeting was resolved by Chief Pakistan Ulema Council, Sahibzada Zahid Mehmood Qasmi plus other renowned clergymen associated with the country.