Pakistani cleric urges Muslims to boost Islamic unity
Head of Pakistan's Islamic Tehreek hailed the late founder of Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Khomeini (RA) urging the world Muslims to strengthen solidarity among different denominations.
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Syid Sajid Naqvi, senior Pakistani scholar, attended the conference on "Message of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)" held in Lahore on Monday calling on Muslims to boost unity in the world of Islam, reported Taqrib News Agency (TNA).
He stressed the inclusiveness of message by Prophet of Islam and said," World Muslims should endeavor to achieve unity in the world of Islam."
Pakistani Shia scholar noted that the objective behind the conference was to promoted solidarity among Muslim people in Pakistan and across the globe.
He said a message by the Prophet of Islam should be followed by Muslims since this is the message of life and Muslims should always endeavor for unity among Muslims.
Shia and Sunni scholars in this meeting highlighted importance of boosting commonalities among different denominations and avoiding division and promotion of Islamic fraternity.
The final statement of the conference on "Message of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)" underlined the support for oppressed Palestinian nation and people in Kashmir.
The conference on "Message of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)" was held in Lahore on Monday as a number of religious and political elites discussed their views regarding necessity and ways to boost unity in the world of Islam.