TNFJ Demands Official Recognition of Hazrat Fatima Zahra’s Martyrdom, Warns of Global Conflict Over Palestine

Rawalpindi, Allama Syed Shabiha Al Hussain Kazmi, President of Tehreek Nifaz Fiqh Jafariya (TNFJ) Rawalpindi Region, has called on the government to officially recognize the martyrdom day of Hazrat Fatima Zahra, peace be upon her, on 3 Jumadi al-Thani. Addressing an important meeting of the Regional Ayam Fatimiyya Committee, he emphasized the global significance of Hazrat Fatima Zahra’s life and character.

According to Tehreek Nafaze Fiqhe Jafariya, Kazmi, during the meeting, also spoke about the recent violence in Palestine, condemning the actions of what he termed “Zionist beasts” in the massacre of women and children. He warned that if justice is not served for the victims in Palestine, it could potentially lead to a world war. The TNFJ urged international organizations, including the United Nations and the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), to take concrete action to halt the atrocities against Palestinians and restore peace in the region.

The resolution passed at the TNFJ meeting also called for special arrangements and significant media coverage for the programs commemorating Hazrat Fatima Zahra’s martyrdom. Shaukat Abbas Jafari, the Regional Secretary General of TNFJ, announced that the main mourning procession in Rawalpindi, organized by Jarar Hussain Jafri, would commence from Haveli Babu Ghulam Mustafa Jafri Dhok Rata and conclude at Imambargah Kashmiria on 3rd Jumadi-ul-Thani.

In other news, religious leader Syed Ashiq Hussain Shah passed away in London, with his funeral prayer led by Allama Basharat Emami in Islamabad. Thousands of people from various communities attended the funeral in the ancestral village of Mira Chhapar Mughal. Allama Emami expressed condolences to the bereaved family and prayed for the deceased.

Additionally, a Chehlam ceremony for the late wife of Senior Advocate Syed Asghar Hussain Sabzwari will be held on December 7th in Rawalpindi. The event will include recitation of the Quran and an address by Allama Syed Qamar Haider Zaidi, followed by a collective prayer.

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