Jamaat-e-Islami started using ‘Aylan’’s name to collect hides on Eid ul Adha

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Tuesday, 22 September 2015


Jamaat e Islami started using ‘Aylan’’s name to collect hides on Eid ul Adha


Jamaat e Islami, the so-called Islamic organization, has started using Syria’s situation for its own benefit, after Kashmir and Afghan Jihad, and has started asking for Eid ul Adha hides from innocent Muslims of Pakistan.  In a bid to enhance people’s emotions, the organization chose the devastating image of a three-year-old Syrian refugee named Aylan Kurdi, whose lifeless body recently washed up on a Turkish beach when Aylan and his family were drowned in the sea while trying to reach Europe. The image of Aylan’s body on the beach instantly shocked and arrested the entire world and the whole world sympathized with the family. Jamaat e Islami, taking advantage of the situation, has used Syrian toddler Aylan’s picture to collect hides on Eid ul Adha so that people get emotional and give hides to them. 


On the other hand, Rangers have been dealing with hides’ collectors with iron hand and has also taken down the banners and posters from the city but a question on Rangers’ performance has been raised because it allowed Jammat e Islami to publicize their appeal for hides through banners and posters.


Syria, where a war is going on between takfiri terrorists and the country’s forces, has nothing to do with Jamaat e Islami. Why is it collecting hides for Syrian Muslims? Are they going to send the money, collected from hides, to Daesh? If it is so then why no action is being taken against them, under the National action plan, for appealing for hides in order to support international terrorists. 




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