Extremism causes serious challenges for the Muslim world: Pakistan Ulema Council

Menace of terrorism and extremism has caused serious challenges for the Muslim world, said Pakistan Ulema Council Chairman Allama Tahir Ashrafi.

“Muslim youth are being misled with non-shariah and un-Islamic decrees,” he said announcing that ‘Islamabad Declaration’ will reinforce the struggle for annihilation of terrorism, extremism and sectarian violence from the country.

‘Islamabad declaration’ to help fight terrorism, extremism: Tahir Ashrafi

Speaking to the visiting delegates from different religious schools of thought, clerics and religious scholars, Ashrafi announced that 4th International Message of Islam Conference will be held on March 3, at Islamabad Convention Centre.

The conference will be attended by 5,000 leading scholars, ulemas and mashaykh. On this occasion Qazi Matiullah Saeedi, Pir Shahjehani, Maulana Qasmi, Allama Tahirul Hassan and Maulana Zubair Zahid were also present.


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