In an interview for a Youtube channel, Ameer Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan (TLP) questioned that why the Jerusalem (Bait ul Muqaddas) was conquered in the regime of Hazrat Umar Radi Allahu 'Anho if there was something (now) named as 'interfaith harmony'. "It's the holy Quranic verse where Allah forbids Muslims to befriend with non-believers," said Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi.
Answering the question about international lobbying for Pakistan to recognize Israel as a state, TLP Ameer reiterated that his party will never let Pakistan to accept Israel as a state and TLP will react strongly if such thing happens. He maintained that Israel is the most dangerous country on the map who also planted 'Qadiyaniat' in sub-continent to divide Muslims. Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi vowed that they (TLP) do and will stand with Palestinians, not only by their words but actions as well.
"Independent" media is manipulated through media management
Hafiz Saad Hussain Rizvi lambasted the politicians for dictating media and interviewers in the name of media management. "You are free to ask whatever you want, we don't do such kind of things," TLP Ameer clarified to the anchor.
Recently ousted PM and PDM are not the leaders of the nation
When asked about his opinion on the role of PDM, Hafiz Sadd Hussain Rizvi said that all these political parties are equally responsible for pushing Pakistan to ongoing worst economic conditions where buying powers of citizens have diminished.
Professional technical and modern education is necessary for youth but not when isolated from Quranic education
"Youngsters should get the education from best universities around the world and our students (affiliated with TLP) are also going abroad for higher degrees, but they must have the Quranic and the basic Islamic education first," TLP Ameer replied to the question about education policy of Tehreek Labbaik Pakistan. He quoted the example of Allama Muhammad Iqbal who got his higher education from Europe but expressed the Islamic narrative so audaciously when he came back.
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