Islamabad [Pakistan], Jan 2 (ANI): Pakistan’s Jamaat-e-Islami Siajul-Haq called for a unified economic market for neighboring Islamic countries.
Jamaat-e-Islami President Sirajul-Haq said Pakistan and neighboring Islamic countries should together form an economic market. He also pleaded for the program of the Islamic world to be uniform and for there to be a common defense force, according to the Pakistani vernacular media.
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Sirajul-Haq also said that tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran are a major concern for the entire Muslim Ummah around the world and that Pakistan should come forward to end the Iran-Saudi distance. .
“The conference of foreign ministers of Islamic countries in Islamabad was a welcome and positive step, but it did not achieve the desired goals,” he said.
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“Iran is also a victim of American economic terrorism. The unity of the Ummah is the solution to all problems. The problems of Kashmir and Palestine can be solved immediately if the Islamic countries speak out forcefully,” he said. he added. (ANI)
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