Rohingyas in Mind on Islamic Holy Day
31 July 2012
The Ramadan holy day of Youm-e-Babul Islam was observed in Karachi to remember oppressed people. The great Muslim conqueror Mohammad Bin Qasim was commemorated by a variety of religious groups in the city, and leaders said that the Muslims of Burma are waiting for a similar leader to protect them from current sectarian violence, reports the Pakistan-based The Nation. Jamaat-e-Islami, Jamaat Ahle Sunnat, Milli Yakjehti Council and other local groups organized the meetings and seminars to mark the auspicious occasion. They said that Muhammad Bin Qasim was a remarkable character in the history of Islam who spread the Islamic message of love, peace and tolerance in the sub-continent.