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September 18, 2010

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‘Demolition of Jannatul Baqee’ day today

Rawalpindi: ‘Universal day of demolition of Jannatul Baqee’ will be observed throughout Pakistan like other global parts today (Saturday) Shawal 8 in line with the announcement made by Quaid-i-Millat-i-Jafariya Agha Syed Hamid Ali Shah Moosavi, says a press release.
The day will begin with Fajar prayer followed by recitation of holy Quran. Majalis-e-aza organized by TNFJ’s ‘Universal Day of Demolition of Jannatul Baqee’ committees will be held at imambargahs and ‘aza-khanas’. At the end of these ‘majalis’, mourning protest processions will be taken out.
Agha Moosavi has said in his special message that respect to ‘Jannatul Baqee’ and ‘Jannatul Moalla’ is obligatory on all humanity because reverence to ‘Sha’a’ir Allah’ has been called part of ‘taqwa’ (piety) which is acme of divine worship and obedience.
He asserted that as the great figures of Islam buried in ‘Jannatul Baqee’ and ‘Jannatul Moalla’ are respectable in sight of all schools of thought therefore restoration and reconstruction of their shrines is ‘imani’ duty of all Muslims. He said Shawal 8 is ‘Mourning Day’ and every Muslim participating in this grief expresses his love and devotion to Muhammad (peace be on him and his holy progeny) and Aal-i-Muhmmad (peace be on them).
Agha Moosavi said that reverence and respect to Sha’a’ir Allah, or the signs of Allah, is obligatory on entire humanity in accordance with the holy Qura’an and sayings of Prophet (peace be on him and his holy progeny).

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