Media should convey persecution of Muslims: Saeed
Islamabad: Jammat-ud-Dawah (JuD) chief Hafiz Muhammad Saeed has urged the media to ease the difficulties of the Muslim world by taking the right side and working towards solving issues in Balochistan, instead of shedding tears over it.
Likening the ongoing unrest in Balochistan to violence against Burmese Muslims, the banned Mumbai massacre mastermind said that the media should convey the persecution of Muslims in Myanmar to the masses and expose the rulers who are behind this whole affair.
“The issues in Baluchistan are not provincial or regional; rather, they are national (Pakistani) and are a matter of national defence,” Saeed said.
According to JuD’s Facebook page, Saeed also stated that ‘wars are not fought by militaries alone, they are fought by nations.’
“We have become a part of this war. In this ongoing war, people from all walks of life must play their due role,” he said.
“There is no separatist movement in Balochistan. Since Baloshistan has been facilitated, the people have automatically expressed their love, and after Eid a medical mission will be initiated there,” he added.
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