Karachi: Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Karachi Chief Hafiz Naeem-ur-Rehman has made it clear that the party leadership is believed in positive changes through democratic and constitutional norms. In a statement issued here on Wednesday, Hafiz Naeem said that the report of Pakistan Institute of Legislative Development and Transparency (PILDAT) has proved the fact that the Jamaat-e-Islami is one of the most democratic party of the country.
He said that the ‘Muslim Ummah’ does not refrain itself from ‘Jihad’, adding that the justice can also be brought in the society through ‘Jihad’. In a statement issued here on Wednesday, Hafiz Naeem said that the JI is strongly condemned the terrorist attacks across the country, adding that there is a big difference between ‘Jihad’ and terrorism.
He further said that the secular and some non-religious elements through their nefarious designs were trying to make the things complicated by mixing’ Jihad’ with terrorism in order to defame the peaceful religion of Islam. Hafiz Naeem said that the ‘Jihad was also playing its role in restoration of peace in the society by eliminating terrorism and injustice from the society.
He further said that some so-called secular groups while pressurizing the government are trying to exclude ‘Jihad related versus from the education curriculum. Hafiz Naeem vowed that the JI will continue its peaceful struggle for the restoration of Islamic laws in the country.