Wafaqul Madaris slams BB's statement on madrassas
KARACHI, Oct 26: Wafaqul Madaris Al Arabia Secretary General Qari Muhammad
Hanif Jalandhari on Thursday condemned Pakistan People's Party (PPP) Chairwoman
Benazir Bhutto's statement that madrassas had become weapon depots and were
teaching their students to hate non-Muslims, saying her statement was an attempt
to please her foreign masters. He said that Bhutto had come to
Pakistan with a foreign agenda.
He demanded Benazir tell the media about the
details of religious seminaries, which she blamed were involved in an attack on
her reception rally on October 18. Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam-Sami (JUI-S) Deputy
General Secretary Mufti Usman Yar Khan said that as the students of religious
seminaries had no political affiliations, therefore the political affiliations
of students of colleges and universities should be terminated. "The seminaries
are not ammunition depots. These are the fountains of Islamic preaching.
Bhutto's statement is tantamount to hatred towards the seminaries," he said.
Jamia Islamia Binnori Town general affairs in charge Qari Muhammad Iqbal said
Bhutto had little Quranic knowledge about relations with Jews and Christians.
She was educated in Oxford and Cambridge, but unfortunately she had not gone
through Islamic teachings, he said. Daily Times
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