People Not Celebrating Eid with Sauids are Qadiani -ANP Leader

Courtesy: PkPolitics, September 20, 2009

PESHAWAR: Minister for Railways Ghulam Ahmad Bilour has said those who are fasting on Sunday stand by the side of Qadianis and ‘we’ can only be Muslims if we celebrate Eid with Saudi Arabia. He said this while talking after offering Eid prayers on Sunday, according to a private TV channel.

‘Some Ulemas have made Eid a matter of their ego while this is not in any way a question of someone’s prestige. This is a religious matter, as the Eid moon was sighted in Lahore and Karachi and later the NWFP government announced to celebrate Eid,’ he underlined.

‘We should celebrate Eid ul Fitr with Saudi Arabia and this way no conflict or dispute would emerge. Those who are not celebrating Eid on Sunday are politicking. When there are no differences over Eid-ul-Azha then why it does arise on Eid-ul-Fitr’, he questioned.

He was of the view it was a grave sin to fast on Eid Day, adding those who observed fasting on Sunday they were on the side of Qadianiat.

‘Muslims all over the world should have to associate themselves with Makkah and Madinah,’ he stressed. -Online

Source – http://pkpolitics.com/2009/09/20/people-not-celebrating-eid-with-sauids-are-qadianis-anp-leader/

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