Mourning congregation in Multan pays homage to Qassem Soleimani

Mourning congregation in Multan pays homage to Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Mohandis.

Pakistanis shower Iran military general Soleimani and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi Mohandis for their leading role to protect sacred shrines of Islamic saints.

Specially, their counterterrorism operations crushed Daesh terror network in many parts in Iraq besides Syria.

Mourning congregation in Multan

In Shia Miani Multan, mourning congregation held to pay tributes to General Soleimani and commander Abu Mahdi Mohandis.

Allama Iqtidar Naqvi, Zakir poet Allama Shaukat Raza Shaukat, Haji Mazhar Abbas Khuddam, Zawwar Laeeq Raza and others spoke there.

They said that martyrdoms of proud sons of Islam whio followe true path of Imam Hussain (AS) also united faithful in Pakistan.

They lambasted the federal government for not representing national sentiments in foreign policy.

The speakers said that Prime Minister Imran Khan could only limit to lip-service but he couldn’t take needed practical steps.

They also lashed out at Foreign Minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi, saying the entire nation has seen unmasked true face of him.

Soleimani moment in Pakistan

Pakistani nation revere Haj Qassem Soleimani and Abu Mahdi Mohandas due to their leading role in humiliating defeat of enemies of Muslims/Arabs.

It seems Soleimani moment prevails across Pakistan despite passage of almost three weeks since his martyrdom.

Vigils, rallies, congregations in commemoration of Iran IRGC Quds Force and Iraqi Hashd al Shaabi commanders continue.

This remains manifestation of what Pakistanis feel. It also reflects how how they see these martyrdoms.

Let alone Shia Muslims, Sunnis have come forward to own the martyrs of US illegal airstrikes as Martyrs of the entire Islamic Ummah.

But government has disappointed the nation. The ruling elites toe US0-led Saudi-UAE line.

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