LAHORE - Pakistan’s permanent representative-designate to the United Nations, Dr Maleeha Lodhi, on Sunday, called on the Jamaat-i-Islami Amir Sirajul Haq and exchanged views with him on the national and international situation.
According to a JI Press release, the meeting was held at the Islamabad residence of the JI deputy chief Mian Muhammad Aslam. 
At the meeting the JI chief impressed upon Dr Maleeha Lodhi to raise her voice in the UN against the publication of blasphemous caricatures in France that had led to widespread concern and anguish in the Muslim world, and also strive for putting this evil to an end.
He said that the world community must be made to realise that the blasphemy of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) could not be tolerated at any cost and the UN must quickly move for legislation ensuring respect for all religions, the Prophets (AS) of Allah Almighty and the revealed books in the interest of the world peace.
The JI chief further said that Palestine and Kashmir were the burning issues of the Muslim world as the Palestinians and Kashmiris had been undergoing worst form of tyranny and oppression for the last six decades and deserved immediate attention of the world body.
Dr Maleeha Lodhi assured the JI chief that she would utilise her full capabilities to inform the world community of the problems facing this country.