Lahore, June 22, 2018 (PPI-OT): Deputy Chief of the Jamaat e Islami, Hafiz Muhammad Idrees, has said that Islam stood for a strong system of collective justice so that a common citizen could easily get justice. Addressing a big Friday congregation at Mansoora mosque, he said, that Islam did not mean prayers and fasting alone, but was a complete system of life and all the prophets of Allah had strived to establish this system.
He said that the MMA wanted to restore the same divine system based on justice and equity so that the people got all those legal and constitutional rights which the tyrant and corrupt rulers had usurped. Hafiz Muhammad Idrees said that in an Islamic state, no one was above the law, and added that the noble Prophet, despite being the head of the state, led the life of a common man. Similarly, he said, the four righteous caliphs had set golden examples of justice and equality as were acknowledged even by the non-Muslims.
He said that none of the true Muslim rulers had liked protocol. He said that the rules today travelled in the squads of fifty plus vehicles but were not safe despite that. He said that the MMA wanted to bring the same era back and urged the masses to support the MMA for a noble cause. The JI deputy chief also urged the youth not to waste their time and energies in immoral pursuits on the social media and instead devote their energies to the propagation of Islam as would bring them happiness and success in this world and the hereafter.
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