Ahmed Qureshi should be arrested under the NAP for spreading sectarianism in the country

Written by  Published by:Shiite News
Published in Pakistan
Monday, 04 January 2016

Ahmed Qureshi should be arrested under the NAP for spreading sectarianism in the country

Shiite News: All Shia Muslims of Pakistan demand that Express News’ anchor person Ahmed Qureshi, who have been spreading sectarianism in the country since many years, should be arrested under the NAP.

According to details, the pro-Saudi Arabia anchor person Ahmed Qureshi consider Saudi Arabia as the representative of Sunni Muslims and declared the reaction against Sheikh Nimr’s martyrdom as sectarianism. Thus, he himself has been trying to initiate sectarian conflicts in the country. The reality on the other hand is that Saudi Arabia does not represent Sunnis of the world rather only a specific family and class who consider all Muslims apart from themselves as Kaffirs.

According to Shiite News. Ahmed Qureshi, in his program on Express News, declared Ayatollah Sheikh Baqar al Nimr as a terrorist without any proof and presented bizarre explanations to justify Saudi Arabi’s act. Sheikh Nimr’s only crime was to ask for democracy in Saudi Arabia and for construction of Jannat ul Baqai. His biggest crime was being a Shia scholar.

Ahmed Qureshi’s act of insulting an Ayatollah has spread severe anger among people of Maktab e Ahl e Bait (as). When Shiite News asked people’s opinions, they demanded the government and the Army Chief to take action against Ahmed Qureshi for inciting sectarianism and for insulting a respected scholar of Shias otherwise they would be forced to come out on roads. 

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