Principles set by Islam whether for war or peace, migration or stay, are an example to the world, Allama Sajid Naqvi

Shiite News: Allama Syed Sajid Ali Naqvi, head of the Shia Ulema Council of Pakistan, says Islam is a complete code of conduct with the universal religion, which has guided the welfare of human societies and humanity in all areas, be it war or peace, migration or stay, in all cases, formulated guidelines that will be an example to the rest of the world. He expressed these views in his statement on the United Nations World Day on War, Ending Sexual Violence in Conflict and Refugees.

Allama Syed Sajid Ali Naqvi said that the mention of good behavior with the opposing side during the war is clear in Islamic teachings, just as the Holy Prophet (PBHU) on the occasion of the conquest of Mecca declared the homes of the opponents as a refuge. The biggest example is that no violence took place in the conquered area and no one’s life or property was harmed but it was protected, prisoners of war were given education and training instead of torture or sexual violence.

He futher said that the United Nations should use these guiding principles in wars and conflicts. The Commander-in-Chief of Lashkar-e-Muhammad, Hazrat Ali Ibn Abi Talib, set an example in this regard which will be an example to the rest of the world. He added that the agreement between the Ansar and the Muhajireen is an example to the world of how the Ansar al-Madinah welcomed the Muhajireen and how it worked generously for the Muhajireen even in its most difficult circumstances. Unfortunately, even today in the civilized world, due to the power struggle and the demolition of many tyrants and forced evictions, millions of refugees are forced to live in the so-called camps.
Allama Sajid Naqvi elaborated that the doors of Europe and Western countries which call themselves civilized are closed for refugees suffering from wars and corrupt system but why the United Nations does not take steps in this regard? However, a developing country like Pakistan has not only sheltered millions of Afghan refugees but has been providing facilities to them for more than two decades.


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