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October 9, 2019

Turkey to rebuild 118-year-old mosque

Islamabad

October 9, 2019

Islamabad :The Turkish Red Crescent has laid the foundation stone for restoring the 118-year-old Hazarat Ibrahim Mosque in Hokran Chak village of Jhang district, Punjab.

Addressing the ground breaking ceremony, the general secretary of Turkish Red Crescent Huseyin Can said it was a great honour to restore a historical mosque in a brotherly Muslim country.

"The Turkish nation has not forgotten the friendship of Muslims of the sub-continent," he said, referring to their assistance in the Turkish War of Independence.

He said Turkey has always stood behind their Pakistani brothers and sisters in difficult times of flood and earthquake.

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