I consider Kashmir as part of Pakistan, says Imam-e-Kaaba

Lester Mason
March 13, 2018

Dr Saleh Bin Muhammad Al Talib-Imam-e-Kaaba (the grandest of all Mosque of Muslims in Makkah) would be leading the Maghrib and Isha prayers in the Faisal Mosque-Islamabad on Sunday. Imam-e-Kaaba would be attending the seminar as the chief guest.

The Imam-e-Ka'aba was accompanied by Ambassador of Saudi Arabia Nawaf Saeed Al-Maliky and other Saudi dignitaries. Terrorism is destroying economy and spreading poverty and ignorance in the world, so it is the responsibility of the Islamic scholars to stand against this evil, he said.

The Imam-e-Ka'aba thanked the premier and the government for a warm welcome and observed that the entire Muslim world considered Pakistan as its strength and takes pride in its accomplishments.


"We all need to cooperate to root out transnational security/crimes threat", the COAS said while talking to the visiting Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif who met him at the army's general headquarters in Rawalpindi, according to the Inter Services Public Relations (ISPR). "Saudi Arabia and Pakistan are like two bodies and one soul.Our sorrow, happiness and destination are the same". Dr. Saleh said Pakistan has a significant place in the Muslim world and it was playing a vital role for peace and stability in the region. "I always remember the innocent people of Kashmir in my prayers, Dr Al Talib was quoted by Pakistan based The Express Tribune as saying".

While talking to the Imam of Kaaba, Sardar Ayaz Sadiq has said that Pakistan is anxious about the situation of entire Muslim Ummah.

He also praised their role in supporting regional security and stability and global issues of common interest to the Islamic world. Both sides agreed to enhance mutual defense relations. Minister for Communications Hafiz Abdul Kareem, Minister for Religious Affairs Sardar Muhammad Yousuf, Senator Professor Sajid Mir and senior officials were also present during the meeting.

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