PR No. 142 MESSAGE OF MAMNOON HUSSAIN , PRESIDENT ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN ON THE OCCASION OF EID-UL-FITR Islamabad: 25 June 2017

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MESSAGE OF MAMNOON HUSSAIN , PRESIDENT ISLAMIC REPUBLIC OF PAKISTAN ON THE OCCASION OF EID-UL-FITR

 

Islamabad: 25 June 2017

 

President Mamnoon Hussain has emphasized that Islamic teachings on the eve of Eidul Fitr have assumed greater significance in the context of prevalent challenges posed by the modern life.  He said these teachings have the panacea for all the complicated issues posed by the modern life which required to be fully understood and emulated in their true essence. These teachings would also help us to promote peace, harmony and affection not only in our motherland, but also in the entire world, he added.

Felicitating the nation and the Muslim Ummah on the holy event, the president in his message noted that the day reminded us to bury the hatchet and ill feelings by promoting brotherhood. It would require individual efforts, so that in the end, it could

contribute towards collective progress and prosperity.

Praying for unity and solidarity of the Muslim Ummah, the president observed that after Ramzanul Mubarak, the subsequent celebration of Eid ul Fitr was a blessing from the Almighty Allah which carried objectives of unity, sympathy and brotherhood among the Muslims.

Underscoring the importance of Eid ul Fitr, the president said after observance of fasting, the faithful fully realize the issues confronted by the weak segments of society, thus arousing sympathetic feelings.

The faithful supplement their joys with their donations in the form of Zakat etc, he said, adding these were the real teachings of Islam with which the social differences could be overcome and a foundation for prosperous society could be laid.

 

 

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