Imran Khan said that those who indulge in Islamophobia abroad should understand the love of the Prophet of 1.3 billion Muslims around the world.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan
Imran Khan Urged Western Countries to Penalise Those Who Insults Prophet: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the government of Western countries to punish those who disrespect the Prophet and deliberately spread hateful messages against Muslims, just as they did in Nazi Germany ( Germany) prohibited any negative comments against the genocide of Jews. Khan made several tweets after a recent violent protest by a fundamentalist religious group and said that Muslims cannot tolerate any kind of blasphemy of their Prophet.
He said, ‘I also call upon the governments of Western countries, which have prohibited comments on behalf of Nazi Germany denying the genocide of Jews, to punish those who follow the same standard as the Prophet. By spreading a comment against them, they are spreading deliberate hate messages against Muslims. There are laws in many European countries and Israel against the denial of the events of Nazi Germany being massacred by nearly six million Jews in Europe in the 1930s and 1940s.
‘Love towards the Prophet must be understood’
There are also extensive laws in many countries, which make the denial of this genocide a crime. Khan said that those extremists abroad and those who indulged in Islamophobia and racist remarks should understand the love of the Prophet of 1.3 billion Muslims around the world. He tweeted, ‘We Muslims have a lot of love and respect for the Prophet who lives in our hearts. We cannot tolerate any such insult and abuse. ‘
Imran asked to apologize
He has also asked those extremist groups in the West to apologize to Muslims for ‘deliberately’ hurting their religious sentiments. Khan’s tweet comes at a time when his government’s radical Islamic party Tehreek-e on Thursday after a violent protest in protest over a blasphemous cartoon published in France last year seeking to expel the French ambassador from Pakistan -Bike Pakistan (TLP) is banned.
Protests in Pakistan
The TLP began the protest on Monday when Saad Hussain Rizvi, the head of the organization, was arrested ahead of the April 20 deadline given by the organization to expel the French ambassador from publishing the Prophet’s cartoons. The Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf government signed an agreement with the TLP last November, agreeing to expel the French ambassador. The government banned TLP under the Terrorism Act.
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