Karachi – Pakistan Sunni Tehreek’s President Criticizes OIC and Muslim Countries’ Response to Gaza Situation

Karachi, Sindh – Muhammad Sarwat Ijaz Qadri, President of Pakistan Sunni Tehreek, has expressed strong criticism towards the response of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) and Muslim countries to the ongoing situation in Gaza. During a meeting with journalists at Qadri House, the temporary center of Pakistan Sunni Tehreek, Qadri condemned the recent summit of Arab countries for their lack of substantial action against Israel.

According to Pakistan sunni tehreek, the heads of OIC and Muslim countries have limited their response to the crisis in Gaza to mere speeches, failing to take concrete actions against Israeli aggression. He highlighted the dire situation of the Palestinians in Gaza, who he said have lost basic necessities of life due to what he termed as Israeli terrorism.

Qadri also criticized the United Nations, stating that it is advising Muslim countries on how to counter Israeli aggression but appears helpless itself. He accused the OIC and Arab country leaders of being verbally expressive but inactive in terms of practical support for the Palestinians.

Furthermore, Qadri blamed the silence of the international community, including pro-Israel countries, as shameful. He claimed that these countries are attempting to place Gaza under international supervision as part of a larger conspiracy against Palestinian and Muslim interests. He emphasized the urgency for Muslim countries to take action, warning of broader implications if the situation remains unaddressed.

Qadri also called for a boycott of products from countries supporting Israel, urging Islamic nations to take a stand by boycotting gas and petrol as well. He held that the revenue generated from these products is being used to perpetuate what he described as Israeli terrorism against Palestinians.

The President of Pakistan Sunni Tehreek concluded by stating that the responsibility for the bloodshed in Gaza lies with the current rulers and supporters of Israel. He stressed the need for collective Muslim action, both economically and politically, to address the crisis in Gaza and support the Palestinian cause.