JuD ready for Jihad fter the passage of the 15 days for vacating the Shamsi Airbase.

 Jamatud Dawa (JuD) and Jamat-e-Islami (JI) urged the youth on Sunday to prepare for jihad after the passage of the 15 days deadline given by the government of Pakistan to Nato forces for vacating the Shamsi Airbase.
JuD leader Maulana Abdul Rauf Farooqi said this while addressing a demonstration of Al Muhammadia Students Pakistan, a student wing of JuD, against the Most Favoured Nation (MFN) status to India and the Nato attack on a check post in Mohmand Agency which left 24 Pakistani military personnel dead.
He said if the US do not vacate Shamsi Airbase, they would announce a new war and jihad against the Pakistan government. Maulana Farooqi said this announcement would be made on December 18 at a Defence Pakistan Council meeting at Minar-e-Pakistan.
Youngsters at the protest raised slogans against India, US and the Pakistani government. They were holding placards with quotations against Nato forces and the MFN status.
JI Leader Farid Ahmed Paracha addressing the demonstration said that jihad is the only solution against terrorism of every type including drone attacks and attacks on check posts.
Indian held Kashmir Hurriyat Conference leader Sayed Ali Gilani in a telephonic address condemned the Nato attack on the check post. He said Pakistan was facing problems as a result of being a part of the US coalition.
Gilani added that Pakistani rulers must not expect anything good to come from the US and instead of declaring India as its MFN, Pakistan should help the Kashmiri people. He said Pakistan’s friendship with India is not only against the struggle for the independence of Kashmir but also against the sovereignty of Pakistan.
Gilani demanded the government to alienate itself from the war against terrorism.
JuD leader Maulana Ameer Hamza said the US is not an ally of Pakistan but was its enemy. He said the rulers should force US citizens to leave Pakistan instead of issuing condemnations.
Hamza added that all CIA stations and bases in Pakistan should be eliminated to end  terrorism in Pakistan.
Ameer JI Punjab Dr Syed Waseem Akhtar in a statement condemned the aggression by NATO forces and declared it a cowardly act adding that the military should respond to this attack and that the entire nation would stand shoulder to shoulder with the army.
“NATO supply line must be cut down and airbases be vacated from US forces immediately. Political and  military leadership must act upon the resolutions unanimously passed by All Parties Conference and Parliament,” he said.
The protesters later offered funeral in absentia at the Nasir Bagh for the deceased soldiers in the check post attack. Professor Hafiz Abdul Rehman Makki led the funeral prayer.
This was the JuD’s third demonstration in the city within a week, including its protest against the granting of MFN status to India.

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