Imran asks heads of Muslim states for collective campaign against Islamophobia
ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has urged the heads of states of Muslim countries to collectively carry out an effective campaign against Islamophobia to get the West understand that it hurts 1.25 billion Muslims.
He said a collective strategy by Muslim Ummah will have an effect on the West to prevent the incidents of blasphemy against the Prophet of Islam Sallallaho Alaihe Wa Sallam Khatim-un-Nabiyeen.
The prime minister said when fifty heads of Muslim countries will declare that they would boycott trade with the West if any incident of blasphemy occurs, then it would have an impact.
Imran Khan said he himself will lead the campaign and will not disappoint the nation as well as Muslims of the world in this regard.
He expressed the confidence that we will succeed in our mission to convince the Western world that any disrespect to our Prophet Sallallaho Alaihe Wa Sallam Khatim-un-Nabiyeen in the name of freedom of expression causes pain to Muslims.
He said after the blasphemous incident in France, he wrote letters to the heads of states of Muslim countries, urging them to launch a collective campaign against Islamophobia. In addition, he said, he also wrote a letter to the CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg to check blasphemous content on the social media platform.