Ch. Shujaat, leader of ruling party in Pakistan now also stress upon Muslims, Christians and Jews dialogue.


LAHORE: The Muslim leaders in Pakistan who never hesitated to turn Christians to be second-class citizens, legislated blasphemy laws and imposed Islamic laws on minorities are dramatically urging interfaith dialogues now days.

Ch. Shujaat Hussian has also issued a statement after his tour to Europe in need of "A three-way dialogue" between Muslims, Jews and Christians. He argues that it's needed to tackle the "explosive situation" arising from the mistrust of Muslims living in Europe Ch. Shujaat is senior leader of Pakistan Muslim League, a ruling party in government at present and was in power also when Prohibition ordinance, laws of evidence and compensation, blasphemy laws and other discriminatory laws were legislated and imposed on Christian. Now he says "his tour of Europe had convinced him that the concept of a "clash of civilizations" between the West and Islam was "not simply a myth". Shujaat said that he had met several expatriate Pakistanis in Europe and they had told him that they were hated by the followers of other religions and felt unsafe and helpless in the West. He said Pakistani expatriates in Britain faced the most serious situation. It's important to note that Christians in Pakistan are being hated on basis of religion but Ch. Shujaat or Pakistan Muslim League never passed any legislation to prevent hat rate toward Christian by Muslim majority. Its hate that general Christian cannot eat any meal in restaurants of Pakistan because Muslims hate to eat in same utensils which may be used by Christians as they term them infidels. Its need of time that Ch. Sahib may invite Christians in his home town Gujrat to eat in any hotel and pass laws to punish those Muslims who even beat Christian on drinking water in same glasses on roadside public drinking places.

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