LAHORE - Condemning the suicide attacks on Data Darbar, speakers at a seminar have said that the terrorist activity was a failure of both the federal and provincial governments. They said the terrorists have nothing to do with Islam. Tahaffuz Namoos-e-Rislat Mu-haz organised the seminar here at Lahore Press Club on Tuesday. Nazim-e-Aala Jamia Naeemia Raghib Naeemi, Nazim Minhaj-ul-Quran Ulema Council Farhat Hussain Shah, Shahzad Majaddadi, Ramzan Sialvi, Naeem Noori, Haseeb Naeemi, Ahmed Awan, Nawaz Kharal, Shabbir Farooqi, Muhammad Hussain Azad, Munir Yousafi, Raza-e-Mustafa, Safdar Shah, Athar Qadri and Zahid Habib participated in the seminar. Raghib Naeemi said that that those who attacked Data Darbar were enemy of Islam and Pakistan. He stressed upon giving exemplary punishment to terrorists. He vowed to continue struggle against terrorism in the light of teachings of Dr Sarfraz Naeemi. Terming attack on Data Darbar as di Hurmat-e-Rasool seminar Hurmat-e-Rasool (PBUH) Action Committee, constituted by Lahore High Court Bar Association, will organise a seminar on 'Hurmat-e-Rasool (PBUH) and responsibilities of Muslim Ummah here at Karachi Hall of LHC on Thursday (tomorrow). President LHCBA Mian Abdul Qadoos will preside over the seminar, which will be addressed by Editor-in-Chief The Nation Majid Nizami, Muje-ebur Rehman Shami, Maulana Amir Hamza and Oriya Maq-bool Jan. Meanwhile, Tehreek Hur-mat-e-Rasool (PBUH) on Tuesday organised conferences and rallies across the country including the City to condemn and protest against publication of blasphemous caricatures in western media. The speakers at conferences and rallies condemned publication of blasphemous caricatures in western media. They demanded complete ban on facebook and you tube. The participants of rallies were carrying placards and banners inscribed with writings relating to Hurmat-e-Rasool (PBUH). Highly charged participants chanted slogans against anti Islam forces and demanded expulsion of ambassadors of those countries where blasphemy was committed. JI condoles over Qazi Latifs death Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hasan, former JI chief, Qazi Husain Ahmed and other leaders have expressed deep sense of grief over the sad demise of Qazi Abdul Latif, a central leader of Jamiat Ulema-e-Islam (F). In a joint statement issued here Tuesday, they said that Qazi Abdul Latif had dedicated all his life for the propagation of Islam and his services would be remembered. They prayed that Almighty Allah may rest the departed soul in eternal peace. They also expressed deep condolences with the members of the bereaved family.