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Monday, April 22, 2019

Sri Lanka Terror Attack

Coordinated bombings rock churches and hotels in Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday, killing at least 290 people, these are  the 6  things you need to know about Sri Lanka's bombings: 
Sri Lanka's health minister has claimed that a local organisation was linked to the string of bombings that killed nearly 300 people and wounded 500 others.

Rajitha Senaratne on Monday blamed President Maithripala Sirisena's government for failing to act on intelligence inputs shared 14 days before the multiple blasts that targeted churches and luxury hotels across the island nation.

Speaking at a press conference in the capital Colombo, Rajitha Senaratne said that failure to act against National Thowheeth Jama’ath, a hardline Muslim local organisation, has devastated the entire country.

"Unfortunately, despite all these revelations by the intelligence units we could not avert these attacks," Senaratne who is also the Cabinet spokesman, said.

The government on Monday declared April 23 as a day of national mourning following the worst attack in the Indian Ocean island nation since its civil war ended a decade ago.

Senaratne's criticism of President Sirisena, who heads the security forces, comes a day after Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe acknowledged that "information was there" about possible attacks.

"We must also look into why adequate precautions were not taken," he said on Sunday.

Ties between the two leaders are at an all-time low following Sirisena's sacking of Wickremesinghe in October. The move triggered a weeks-long political crisis that ended only when the Supreme Court overturned that decision.

Muslim-Non-Muslim Relationship Charter by Quran: 


Terrorism, Suicide Bombing Un-Islamic, 1800 Islamic Scholars Declaration Issued, Endorsed by Al-Azhar, Cairo, Imam of Kaaba and International Scholars:

The national document, which was  prepared by Islamic Research Institute”, International Islamic University, Islamabad after through research and deliberations in the light of Quran, Sunnah and Constitution of Islamic Republic of Pakistan, it is called “Paigham-e-Pakistan” [The Message of Pakistan].

It was approved and promulgated by more than 1800 religious scholars of all major islamic groups from different schools of Islamic thought [number has now crossed over 5000]. A unanimous edict (فتوی ) and Joint Declaration was passed by 31 prominent Ulemas on 26 May 2017. The communiqué containing 22 points resolution was transformed into a comprehensive book (Urdu and English) titled as “Paigham-e-Pakistan” [The Message of Pakistan] “پیغام پاکستان ”, which was presented  on 16 Jan 2018.
This document issued in the form of book, provides answers to  the important issues of peaceful Coexistence, Tolerance , Takfeer تکفیر and Jihad in light of Quran and Sunnah. Though prepared after consistent efforts by the  Islamic Research Institute, International Islamic University, Islamabad, the document belongs to the State of Pakistan, hence every citizen of Pakistan is inheritor of this document and responsible. Keep Reading .... [......]