JI Leader Claims Pro-US Government Installed to Support Israel

Jamaat-i-Islami leader Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman has accused that every time the nation makes progress, democracy gets derailed, leading to the installation of pro-American governments as a step towards recognizing Israel.

Addressing the Gaza Million March in the provincial capital, Rehman urged the government to grasp the gravity of the situation, advocating for the recognition of Hamas and the provision of aid for injured Palestinians to be brought to Pakistan.

He highlighted the dire circumstances in Gaza, where thousands of Palestinians, predominantly women and children, have been killed or remain trapped under debris due to Israeli atrocities. Despite the immense suffering, Palestinians have persevered in their struggle without resorting to begging for assistance.

Rehman called upon COAS Gen Asim Munir to convene a meeting of the armed forces and political leadership to send a resolute message to Israel that enough is enough.

Questioning the efficacy of the Organisation of Islamic Countries (OIC) in addressing the crisis, Rehman criticized their inaction and speculated that influential figures fear losing their positions if the Gaza movement succeeds.

Regarding domestic affairs, Rehman lamented the predictable imposition of more taxes, exacerbating the burdens on citizens already grappling with militancy for over 22 years, resulting in thousands of casualties and significant economic losses.

Emir of JI Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Prof Muhammad Ibrahim underscored the staggering toll of over 35,000 Palestinian lives lost to Israeli forces, emphasizing the urgency for action.

Labelling the event not merely a Gaza Million March but a Jihad conference for Palestine, Rehman urged authorities to permit action and expressed readiness to fight for Palestinian independence.

Former senator Mushtaq Ahmed advocated for impactful action to halt Israeli atrocities, suggesting sit-ins outside key governmental and diplomatic premises as a viable option.

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