The OIC reaffirmed Pakistan’s support for the Kashmir dispute

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The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) has praised Indian state-sponsored terrorism in Occupied Kashmir as it has reaffirmed Pakistan’s support for this cause.

According to a Foreign Ministry statement, the OIC, in a resolution passed unanimously in the 47th Council of Foreign Ministers (CFM), denounced India’s state terrorism.

“[The OIC] I condemn the use of pellet guns by Indian troops [Indian Occupied Jammu and Kashmir]”It urges New Delhi to abide by its international human rights obligations,” the statement said.

Appealing to the OIC to review its engagements with India, the OIC recognized the people of Jammu and Kashmir as a key party in the dispute.

The statement said that the OIC has decided to further consider the Jammu and Kashmir dispute in the 48th CFM scheduled in Islamabad.

The organization called on India to implement the recommendations of two UN reports on human rights in the region and confirmed that the final decision in the region would be taken through free and fair referendum.

Meanwhile, in a historic development, the OIC unanimously passed a Pakistan-administered resolution on Islamophobia, according to the Foreign Office.

The resolution, formulated during the 47th OICFM Summit in Niamey, Niger, was prepared in the context of the growing incidence of Islamophobia in many parts of the world.

The resolution expressed concern that Islamophobia was on the rise as a contemporary form of racism and religious discrimination.

The statement said, “It also expresses deep concern over the recent incidents of desecration of the Holy Quran and republishing of the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) imprint, which has hurt the feelings of more than 1.8 billion Muslims worldwide.” Are injured. “

The resolution calls for March 15 of each year to be designated “World Independence Day.” It has authorized the OIC’s permanent missions in New York to jointly table a resolution in the UN General Assembly, calling for the day to be established.

On the occasion, Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mehmood Qureshi, who was leading the Pakistani delegation to the CFM, said that the adoption of the resolution reflected the sentiments of billions of Muslims who respect other religions and Islam and the Holy Prophet. Expect similar respect for (P)


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