Quds Day rallies support Palatine state with Jerusalem as its capital as many Pakistani parties organized Quds Day special programmes on a call of Imam Khomeini.
The entire Pakistan saw ocean of people on streets from port city and commercial hub Karachi to federal capital Islamabad. Each and every district in the provinces witnessed hugely participated Quds Day rallies.
The Imamia Students Organisation, Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen, Shia Ulema Council, JSO, ASO, TBUM, Jamaat-e-Islami, Milli Yakjehti Council, Kul Masalik Ulema Board and Jamaiat Ulema Pakistan leaders spoke at Quds rallies.
In Karachi, a large number of women and children, attended the rally from Sea Breeze to Tibet Centre on M.A. Jinnah Road.
They vowed to continue their support for an independent Palestinian state with Al-Quds as its capital.
The key speakers at the rally included Qasim Shamsi of the ISO, Allama Shahenshah Naqvi of Shia Ulema Council, Nasir Shirazi of Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen (MWM), Sahibzada Abul Khair Zubair of Jamiat Ulema-e-Pakistan and other leaders of different parties.
Mr Shirazi of the MWM said that Palestinians and specially their resistance groups had rebuffed the so-called deal of the century; therefore, those seeking to impose this deal on Palestinians would be considered traitors.
The speakers said that the so-called deal of the century aimed at creating ‘Greater Israel’.
They said that this deal aimed to deprive Palestinians of their inalienable rights.
“Palestinians and the Muslims and Arabs across the world have disapproved this deal. They have decided [for] resistance against aggression and nobody could save Israel from Palestinian resistance movements and their supporters,” said Mr Shamsi.
He said that Palestinians were suffering from the Israeli brutality since the 1940s when the “terrorist forces” occupied their land and imposed an illegitimate state on them.
Palestinians were forced to leave their homeland and become refugees for decades through massacre, violence and torture, he added.
The leaders at the rally backed the armed resistance to Israeli occupation and said that enemies left them no option.
The speakers emphasised that the Pakistani government needed to act upon the Palestine policy of Quaid-i-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah.
Most importantly, they recalled that Jinnah had rejected a Jewish state in Arab-majority Palestine.
Because of that Pakistani nation never recognised Israel since Pakistani nation considers it a fake and illegitimate state.
Also, they vowed that national resistance of Palestine would liberate Holy Quds, the first qibla of Muslims.
Meanwhile, MWM also staged Quds rallies in different parts of the country condemning Israeli brutalities. They marked solidarity with Palestinians.
Furthermore, they declared largely-attended Al-Quds rallies in Pakitan a “referendum” against deal of the century.
Male and female students, youths, elderly people and even families with their minor children attend Quds Day rallies.
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