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PostSubject: BE ALERT!!!!! Pakistan :: Phone call planning attack on Jan 14 rally intercepted   Tue Jan 08, 2013 9:56 pm

ISLAMABAD: Sources in the Interior Ministry said that a phone call made by a close associate of Hakimullah Mehsud planning an attack on the January 14 long march was intercepted.

ISLAMABAD: Sources in the Interior Ministry said that a phone call made by a close associate of Hakimullah Mehsud planning an attack on the January 14 long march was intercepted.

Sources said that during the phone call, Mehsud’s companion is heard asking another Taliban member for a car which would be used in a planned attack on Tehrik-i-Minhajul Quran chief Tahirul Qadri’s long march in Islamabad.

In an alert issued by the ministry, it was said that the Pakistani Taliban’s denial of planning to attack the January 14 march was a lie intended to mislead the public and in particular Qadri.

LAHORE: Tehreek-e-Minhajul Quran chief Tahirul Qadri said on Tuesday that the federal and Punjab governments were using undemocratic tactics to thwart the long march and warned of backlash if it was obstructed. Qadri expressed fear that the federal and Punjab governments plan to put him under house arrest along 200 of his leaders, while containers were being put on the roads to block the long march. He warned that leads of both the federal and Punjab governments along with President Asif Ali Zardari would be responsible for consequences if the governments try to stop him on January 14. Rejecting rumors regarding foreign funding or backing from the US Qadri said that the establishment as well as the US and England had made it clear categorically that they were not backing him. staff report

Govt not supporting long march: Malik

KARACHI: Interior Minister Rehman Malik has said that the government was not supporting the long march led by Allama Tahirul Qadri.

Talking to media at Karachi airport on Tuesday, he said that the government would not block the long march.

However, he said that no one would be allowed to create law and order situation. Malik said that Tahirul Qadri should realise security concerns to his rally.

He further said that the people also wanted to know as to who was providing funds for the long march.

He said that Rs 250 million would be required for the security measures of the event. He also advised the people, who want to take part in the rally to bring their National Identity cards, as no one would be allowed to enter in Islamabad without identification.

To a question about the Shahzab murder case, he said that the apex court had taken the notice of the case and he does not want interfere in the matter. He said that the investigation into the escape of main accused in Shahzab case to Dubai was being carried out.

ABOUT MINHAJ-UL-QURAN…

The educational network of Minhaj-ul-Quran is well known in Pakistan. It runs around one thousand educational institutes, including libraries in Pakistan and a university based in Lahore which was chartered in 2005.


It also runs a successful charity, the Minhaj Welfare Foundation (MWF), that has a global network and aims to provide emergency aid, health care, welfare support and education to the poor and those affected by natural disasters.It is a UK registered charity under the Charity Commission.

Minhaj-ul-Quran has continuously aimed to promote the tolerant, inclusive, peaceful and balanced message of Sufism through the modern and scientific interpretation of Islam, and has distributed over 300,000 books of Tahir-ul-Qadri in the last 25 years. It has produced and distributed millions of video cassettes, CDs and DVDs with lectures of its founder on almost every concept of Islam worldwide.


Minhaj-ul-Quran holds one of the largest annual Itikaf gatherings during the month of Ramadan with approximately 37,000 people sitting congregational Itikaf in 2007. It holds the largest Laylat ul Qadr night event on the 27th Ramadan with millions of attendees.


Minhaj-ul-Quran also has revived the concept of celebrating the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad in the Ummah. The largest annual International Mawlid an-Nabi (Milad un Nabi) event takes place in the grounds of Minar-e-Pakistan, Lahore, on the 12th of Rabi’ al-awwal and attracts people from all over Pakistan and aboard. The highlight of the event is the speech by Tahir-ul-Qadri, live via satellite from Canada where he is in self-imposed exile, followed by recitation of salutations upon the Prophet Muhammad. In 2008, due to the limitation of the space at Minar-e-Pakistan, it plans to decentralise the event and will hold events in 5 different cities and broadcast the speech live to all the cities.

On 3 December 2005 Minhaj-ul-Quran established a full-time institution called Gosha-e-Durood where any individual can apply to sit for reciting salutations on the Prophet Muhammad. In the last two years trillions of salutations have been recited. A building dedicated to this purpose with Mawlana Rumi style minarets is under construction.


It also airs the main lectures of its founder on the private international TV channel QTV (ARY), which enables millions of people abroad to listen.


In the past decade Minhaj-ul-Quran International has successfully established various resources to promote the peaceful and balanced message of Islam using the internet.

Minhaj-ul-Quran International is the first organisation of its kind that has initiated interfaith dialogues with religious minorities in Pakistan. Its founder is the Chairman of the ‘Muslim Christian Dialogue Forum’ to highlight and promote their citizen rights.


The United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) has formally recognised and granted a ‘Special Consultative Status’ to Minhaj-ul-Quran International due to its services in promoting peace, tolerance, interfaith harmony and education, tackling extremism and terrorism, engaging with young Muslims for religious moderation, promoting women’s rights, and providing social welfare and promotion of human rights.


In September 2011, Minhaj-ul-Quran organised a major “Peace for Humanity” conference at Wembley Arena in London at which, under the auspices of Tahir-ul-Qadri, its 12,000 attendees announced a global declaration denouncing racism, interfaith intolerance, extremism and terrorism. Minhaj-ul-Quran strategist Joel Hayward[ wrote the declaration text for Qadri and was its second formal signatory after Qadri himself. Notably, senior Al-Azhar University leaders and dignitaries then signed it before Minhaj-ul-Quran opened it up via the internet for public signing.They aim to get one million signatures within a year. The London Declaration for Global Peace and Resistance against Extremism is intended as an interfaith document which unequivocally condemns all extremism and terrorism, ”because at the heart of all religions is a belief in the sanctity of the lives of the innocent.” The Declaration adds: “The indiscriminate nature of terrorism, which has in recent years killed far more civilians and other non-combatants than it has combatants, is un-Islamic, un-Judaic, un-Christian and it is indeed incompatible with the true teachings of all faiths.” The London Declaration also “unequivocally condemn[s] anti-Semitism (including when sometimes it is disingenuously clothed as anti-Zionism), Islamophobia (including when it is sometimes disingenuously dressed up as patriotism) and all other forms of racism and xenophobia.Some extremists have already tried to prevent the success of the Declaration via cyber-attacks on the website hosting it.


Minhaj-ul-Quran leader Dr Tahir-ul Qadri announced the largest March in modern times in Pakistan; a million-man March to take place on 14th Jan 2013 at ‘Tahrir Square’ Islamabad. The agenda of long march is to voice elimination of feudalism, introduction of real democracy, rule of law and implementation of constitution[.
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