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Imam-e-Ka’aba appreciates Pakistanis resolve to protect Haramain Sharifain. PHOTO: MEDIA ZONE

LAHORE: Imam-e-Ka’aba Sheikh Khalid bin Ali al Ghamdi has reiterated that the Yemen conflict has no sectarian undertones and that the Saudi-led military coalition wants to restore the legitimate government of President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi toppled by Houthi rebels.

Addressing a Difa-e-Haramain Sharifain convention organised by Jamiat Ahle Hadith in Lahore, al Ghamdi, who is on a weeklong trip to Pakistan, said Saudi Arabia could not remain oblivious to the political chaos in its neighbourhood.

“The Houthis rebelled against the legitimate government of Yemen and targeted children and women and made them homeless,” he added. “The Saudi-led military coalition is trying to restore the government.”



While thanking Pakistan’s government and political parties for their resolve to protect Haramain Sharifain (the two Holy Mosques), the Imam-e-Ka’aba said it was the responsibility of every Muslim to defend Haramain Sharifain. “Today’s convention is a reflection of the love of Pakistanis for Saudi Arabia,” he added.

Al Ghamdi said Saudi Arabia enjoyed a special relation with Pakistan which is a powerful country. “The Saudis consider Pakistan as their second home,” he said. The Imam-e-Ka’aba also urged religious scholars to impart true Islamic teachings.

Jamiat Ahle Hadith Pakistan Ameer Dr Hafiz Abdul Karim thanked the Imam-e-Ka’aba for visiting Pakistan and assured him of all possible cooperation from the government and the people of Pakistan in defending Haramain Sharifain.

PML-N’s Abid Sher Ali, Khawaja Saad Rafique, Jamiat Ahle Hadith chief Sajid Mir and Pakistan Ulema Council’s Tahir Ashrafi also attended the convention.

Published in The Express Tribune, April 27th, 2015.
No sectarian tussle: ‘Saudis want to restore legitimate Yemen govt’ - The Express Tribune

Imam-e-Kaaba stresses on Muslim unity for problems resolution
April 26, 2015 15:20


LAHORE: Imam-e-Kaaba Sheikh Khalid al-Ghamdi has said that Muslims across the world should promote unity in order to seek resolution of their problems, ARY News reported.

Imam-e-Kaaba Sheikh Khalid al-Ghamdi led the Zuhr prayers at Jamiat-ul-Haddees. He was given an arousing welcome here in Lahore.

He said that the Muslims have to set a prime example with their unity. He added that the Saudi nation think of Pakistan as their home.

“I will never forget the love I received here in Pakistan”, Ghamdi said.

On the occasion, Chief Minister of Punjab Shahbaz Sharif said that the whole world saw how two brotherly states are meeting each other.

“It is a slap on the face of our enemies. No power on the world can create differences between the two states”, Sharif said.
Imam-e-Kaaba stresses on Muslim unity for problems resolution | ARY NEWS
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