Pakistani community and Ulema join heads together in US

Pakistani community and Ulema join heads together in US
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NEW YORK: A meeting of Ulema and Pakistani community leaders was held in New York to review Donald Trump’s anti- Muslim and immigrant policies and discuss the preparations of Islamic Council in North America’s (ICNA) biggest gathering in April.

ICNA central president Javed Siddiqui, more than 200 ulemas, human rights organizations and leaders of different communities attended the meeting.

The leaders said that they accept Trump as their president but are not willing to support his anti-immigrant and anti-Muslim policies.

They strongly condemned the Muslim ban by Trump and thanked the courts for taking the right decision.

The community leaders also expressed gratitude to the US people for standing with the Muslims.

“I am thankful to Allah that he has bestowed the community with the maturity to stand united in this need of hour. I hope best in the future for the Muslim community in US,” said Javed Siddiqui while talking to Dunya News.

On the occasion, various people were conferred with awards for playing a pivotal and beneficial role in the community.

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