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Pakistan: Ahmadiyya teachings making impact; PM repeats their ‘Love for all, Hatred for none" slogan


“God works in mysterious ways! The new PM of Pakistan was made to utter the Ahmadiyya motto, Love for All Hatred for None.” [Dr Basharat Nazir, UK]

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By Imran Jattala | June 25, 2012

Newly installed Pakistani prime minister, Raja Pervaiz Ashraf, is out finding friends in murders-infested Karachi where love is a rare commodity and hatred runs rampant.

Yesterday, after PM held a meeting with PML-F chief and spiritual leader of Hurr community, Pir Pagara Sibghatullah Rashdi at Kingri House in Karachi, he said peace in Karachi is his priority.

According to local news sources The Express Tribune and ARY, PM thanked Pir Pagara for the “delicious food” offered during the meeting and asked for prayers that he could achieves big goals in his short tenure.

“Our motive is – love for all hatred for none,” claimed Ashraf. “… With the vision of Zulfikar Ali Bhutto, Benazir Bhutto and President Zardari, we would like to take Pakistan towards progression.”

“I have come to thank Pir Pagara on behalf of my party’s co-chairman President Asif Ali Zardari,” PM Ashraf was further quoted by the news outlets.

The slogan, “Love for all, Hatred for none,” introduced decades ago by the late Hadhrat Mirza Nasir Ahmad, the third Khalifa and leader of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, has been displayed at thousands of Ahmadiyya Muslim community events and repeated and praised by countless world leaders from all walks of life.

The Ahmadiyya Muslim Community runs a worldwide website LoveForAllHatredForNone also.

Many believe the traditional politicking has failed in Pakistan and politician have run out of their memorized one-liners they used in attempts to calm a nation that has lived on edge for a long time now.

“God works in mysterious ways! The new PM of Pakistan was made to utter the Ahmadiyya motto, Love for All Hatred for None,” wrote Dr Basharat Nazir, of the Ahmadiyya Muslim community in the UK in one of his post on micro-blogging website, Twitter

“How soon before the new PM Pakistan will be labelled a Qadiani! Unfortunately, this time it might even stick! Love for All Hatred for None!,” Dr Nazir (@BashaNazir) further speculated.

Manal Paro (@manalparo) another Twitter user wrote, “Finally PM Pakistan found the solution for Pakistan’s problems in Ahmadiya moto LOVE FOR ALL HATRED FOR NONE.”

“Yes indeed, Love for All Hatred for None is THE solution to problems in Pakistan,” replied Dr Basharat Nazir.

  —  Pakistan: Ahmadiyya teachings making impact; PM repeats their ‘Love for all, Hatred for none” slogan
  — Ahmadiyya Times
  — By Imran Jattala. Follow on Twitter: @Ijattala

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