Jamaat-ud-Dawa spreading religious hatred

ANI | Updated: Apr 16, 2018 19:07 IST

Mandi Bahauddin [Pakistan], April 16 (ANI): The Hafiz Saeed-led terror outfit Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JuD) is spreading religious hatred by doing rallies in Pakistan.

In a Friday sermon, the JuD's Dr. Yasir Siddiqui alias Abu Abdullah called the United States, Israel and India as anti-Muslim. In his speech he spread hatred among Muslims towards Jews, Christians and Hindus.

"Muslim blood spread all over the world. Palestine is bleeding and Israel, the illicit / dirty product of the world ruler (the United States of America) assassinating children, women and men. The so-called civilized nations and Human Right propagators are silent. Not declaring Israel a terrorist state. UNICEF, UNESCO and other bodies are absolutely silent," said Dr. Yasir Siddiqui

The United States has recognised the JuD as a global terror organisation. Hafiz Saeed even carried a bounty of USD 10 million announced by America.

Despite a ban, the JuD is being allowed to perform Friday sermons.

Dr. Yasir Siddiqui said, "Hafiz Mohamamd Saeed, an advocate of Kashmir was asked to stop his activities and to put ban on FIF / JuD with aim to destroy the organization because of their pro-Kashmir policies making the US and Modi (Indian Prime Minister) angry."

Hafiz Saeed's Lashkar-e-Taiba outfit is involved in carrying out terrorist attacks in Jammu and Kashmir and other parts of India. It also spread religious hatred among the people of Jammu and Kashmir.

Dr. Siddiqui said, LeT and JuD will continue to fight for Kashmiris, "JuD will continue to strive and lead its struggle to conclusion. The cruel are publicized as victims and the real victims and their supports as terrorists. Aisa Andrabi's message has been heard all over Pakistan, who asked for integration of Kashmir with Pakistan."

The JuD functionaries also lashed out against Israel. "Israel is the prevalent terrorist state in the world, who is committing atrocities and imposing ban on offering 'Namaz'", said Dr. Yasir Siddiqui in the Friday sermon. (ANI)