Adopting Islamic teachings to help in fighting corruption: JI


Lahore: Deputy chief of the Jamaat e Islami, Hafiz Mohammad Idrees, has said that the enforcement of the Nizam e Mustafa was inevitable for getting rid of corrupt rulers.

He was speaking at the concluding ceremony of the 40 day Daura e Tafseer at Mansooa mosque on Wednesday.

Hafiz Mohammad Idrees said that the JI was striving for the enforcement of the system laid down in the Holy Quran. He said that if the commitment made to Allah Almighty at the time of the creation of Pakistan was not fulfilled, the country would remain mired in multiple problems. Maulana Abdul Ma’lik and Maulana Syed Mehmod Farooqi, also spoke on the occasion.

The JI deputy chief said there were more than one and a half billion Muslims in the world but the system of life given by the Quran was not in force in any part of the world and this should be a matter of concern for the Muslim leaders.

He said the Holy Quran would continue to guide humanity till the Day of Judgment but added that the Muslims rulers were not doing their duties towards the propagation of Islam and the enforcement of its system. He said the Quran and the Holy Prophet would always remain supreme but the people believing in the Quran and the Holy Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) were confronted with degradation and depravation as the colonial powers were shedding the Muslims blood in all parts of the world.

He said if the Muslim Ummah actively study the Quran and changed their lives in accordance with its teachings, they could get out of the present crisis. He said it was imperative to spread the light of the Quran around to wipe out darkness of ignorance from the society.