Islamabad, Allama Agha Syed Hussain Muqdisi, head of the Jafariya Jurisprudence Implementation Movement Pakistan (Tehreek Nifaz-e-Fiqh Jafaria Pakistan), has reiterated his commitment to never succumb to oppression, drawing inspiration from the life and teachings of Hazrat Zainab bint Hazrat Ali Murtaza (AS). Addressing the Aqeela Bani Hashem (AS) conference in Islamabad, Muqdisi emphasized the importance of standing firm against extremism to safeguard Pakistan’s honor, sanctity, defense, and stability.
According to Tehreek Nifaz-e-Fiqh Jafaria Pakistan, Muqdisi stressed the need for unity among institutions on national issues and prioritizing national interests above all. He called for a practical ban on banned parties operating under old and new names, especially those based on any form of hatred, including religion, sect, and language. Muqdisi also criticized the participation in electoral politics based on nihilism, likening it to courting death. He highlighted the sacrifices made by the Pakistan Army and the people against extremism and urged adherence to the points laid out in the national action plan.
Muqdisi further condemned the role of Israel in the oppression of Palestinians and expressed disappointment in the indifference of international organizations. He held up Hazrat Zainab as a source of pride and a beacon of light for humanity, praising her role in carrying the flag of Islam after the martyrdom of Hussain (AS) and in immortalizing Hussain’s cause.
During his speech, Muqdisi stressed the importance of the roles of Hussain and Zainab for the survival and stability of religion and country. He assured that he and his followers are committed to continuing their mission with trust and honesty and will not allow any conspiracies against their principles. He lamented the inclusion of banned parties in state institutions, which he believes hinders the eradication of terrorism despite numerous sacrifices by the Pakistan Army. He asserted that full implementation of every clause of the National Action Plan is essential to completely eradicate terrorism.
The conference, organized by the Mukhtar Organization in Islamabad, saw participation from prominent personalities, including Allama Syed Qamar Haider Zaidi, Allama Rafafat Hussain Naqvi, and Allama Fakhr Abbas Abidi. The event was marked by prayers for the exaltation of the world of Islam and the security and stability of Pakistan.