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KARACHI: Social worker and Director World Information of International Human Rights Raffat Saleem Qureshi expressed his profound grief on the demise of two prominent religious clerics Allama Talib Johari and Mufti Naeem of Jamia Binoria.
Raffat while praising the massive contribution of both well-known Ulema’s Mufti Naeem and Allama Talib Johari said that they had always taught about all the important principles of Islam. Under the umbrella of their teachings, people chose the right path of spending their lives.
“Despite representing two different sects, the speeches of Allama Talib Johari and Mufti Naeem were always focused on human values, tolerance, brotherhood and unity,” Raffat Saleem said.
Raffat who is also the World Peace Ambassador (UNO) further said that “the sudden death of both religious clerics has now created a long gap that will take uncountable years to be filled impeccably.”
“Allama Talib Johari and Mufti Naeem had dedicated their entire life in propagating the message of Islam across the world and the teachings of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as well,” Raffat added.
Saleem also said that “The biggest example of Mufti Naeem’s contribution was the development of Jamia Binoria where since decades thousands of students are getting religious education and then awarded degrees on various courses which are recognized all around.”
Raffat also forwarded his message of condolence to both the bereaved families of the Ulema’s and prayed to Allah to rest the departed souls in eternal peace and grant courage to the families for bearing this irreparable loss.