LAHORE – Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Ameer Syed Munawar Hasan said the young generation under the banner of the JI would spare no effort to bring a real change in the country.

Addressing a youth rally organised by the Shabab-e-Milli at Punjab University on Sunday, the JI chief denounced the blasphemous movie by a Zionist with the US support.

He deplored that the entire Muslim Ummah was agitating against the movie but the Pakistani rulers were not moved as yet even on the desecration of the Holy Quran and the blasphemy of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

He said the US claimed to be a civilized nation, had come stooped to the insult of other religions and civilisations. It had proved to be the biggest enemy of Islam and the Muslims and it was patronising anti-Islam activities, he added. However, he said, the US was now trapped in Afghanistan and its attacks on the Islamic civilisation implied that it was nearing its end.

Munawar reiterated his demand for involving the MQM’s federal and provincial ministers in the investigation into Karachi garments factory fire that killed about three hundred workers.

The MQM, he said, could put thousands of people to death for the sake of extortion. He deplored that the government had not taken notice of the burning to death of three hundred factory workers, added that in fact, efforts were being made to hide the facts. He alleged that such a big incident could not occur without the will and the support of the MQM.

Munawar said that a man having British citizenship had no right to take part in Pakistan’s politics and the people of the country would not tolerate the politics of violence any more. Millions of the Pakistani youth would bring such trend of politics to an end, he added.

Addressing the rally, JI Secretary General Liaqat Baloch said the US slaves ruling the Muslim world were on the run and in Tunisia, Egypt and Turkey, they met a humiliating fate. He said Pakistan was also on the threshold of a revolution.

He said the anti-Islam forces were attacking the country’s independence and civilisation. However, he said, the Pakistani youth had great love for Islam and the Holy Prophet. JI Lahore chief Amirul Azeem and the Shabab-e-Milli President Attiqur Rahman also spoke on the occasion.