Day of Condemnation
“Beware! Whoever is cruel and hard on a non-Muslim minority, curtails their rights, burdens them with more than they can bear, or takes anything from them against their free will; I (Prophet Muhammad S.A.W) will complain against the person on the Day of Judgment.” (Abu Dawud)
Islam is one and the only religion that recognizes the rights of disbelievers. In Islam there is no cruelty for anyone. Sialkot incident is the worst one in the history of Pakistan. We should need to educate our nation about monitories’ rights. It is a big step that Ulmaa will deliver the khutbaa about human rights and minorities in Jumma Prayers.
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We’re deeply burdened by this incident and the perpetrators will be oppressively penalized. Those who were involved in this incident and who killed Priyantha Kumara (general manager of Rajko, a sports and textile factory located in Sialkot) for no reason, deserve the death penalty. Taqi Usmani, one of the top religious personality in Pakistan, has requested the government to give fair compensation to the affected family. Speaking to the media, Allama Hanif Jalandhari, General Secretary of Wifaq ul Madaris Al-Arabia, expressed the stopgap that “the government of Pakistan won’t make any concessions to the culprits.”
He also blazoned that coming Friday will be observed as a day of commination in which the Ulmaa would exfoliate light on the rights of nonages and there will be speeches in the Kirks and in the Imam Bargahs.