JI chief proposes anti-US bloc

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JI chief proposes anti-US bloc

By: Nisar Mehdi | Published: June 01, 2009
KARACHI - Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Pakistan chief Munawar Hassan underlined the need of the formation a bloc of Pakistan, Iran, China and Afghanistan against the United States and NATO.
Talking to media after a meeting with Iranian Consulate General Masood Zamani, who called on him on Sunday at JI Karachi office, Idara-e-Noor Haq.
Hassan said that extremism in Pakistan was increasing due to the invasion of NATO and US forces in the country, and underlined the need to establish an Islamic Block to meet the challenges created by the United States and NATO. Expressing his deep concern over the increasing influence of United States in Pakistan and in the region, he termed that the increasing terrorism in Pakistan and Muslim countries is a result of US involvement in the region, while the policies of the Muslim rulers are in accordance with appeasement of the US.
He emphasised need for the Muslim rulers to immediately get rid of the policy of appeasement for the US, adding that the message of friendship from the Iranian Consulate General is a good sign. Iranian Consulate General Masood Zamani said that both Iran and Pakistan share the same view point which was Islamic and were striving for peace and unity, adding that Islamic Republic of Iran and Jamaat-e-Islami has thirty years’ of longstanding relations which is hoped to be continued.
JI Sindh chief Asadullah Bhutto, JI Karachi leader Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, Muzaffar Ahmed Hashmi and others were accompanied the JI chief during the one-hour meeting.
They have discussed various issues like the current regional situation, Pakistan-Iran relation, and Iranian government’s stance against the increasing influence of United States in the region, and current challenges the Ummah is facing in the global world.
Iranian Consulate General has invited the JI chief Munawar Hassan to visit Iran. He briefed him about the upcoming presidential election of Iran


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May 18, 2009
Funny how the countries responsible for the current "regional situation" are busy protesting the tit-for-tat actions from US. I hope US steps up the attacks inside Pakistan. Oh and no one is going to form any bloc against US, dream on.

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