President Zardari and PM Shehbaz Sharif Wish Nation and Muslim Ummah on Eidul Adha

News Desk2 weeks ago

According to a message from PM Shehbaz, Eid-ul-Azha honors Prophet Ibrahim’s steadfast dedication and willingness to sacrifice his beloved son Prophet Ismail at the direction of Almighty Allah. The day serves as a reminder of how important it is to give up our most prized possessions in order to follow Allah. It instills in us the importance of selflessness and loyalty to Allah.

According to the prime minister, the day is also a chance to bring people together, strengthen the ties of brotherhood and fraternity, and take care of our less fortunate neighbors by including them in our celebration as a whole.

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While we celebrate Eid ul-Adha with the hope that love, peace, and prosperity would prevail everywhere, we also observe with regret and concern other ongoing disputes and acts of violence in many different nations across the world. He said, “We must never forget the sacrifices and sufferings made by the people of Palestine and Indian-occupied Jammu and Kashmir.”

He prayed for his Palestinian and Kashmiri brothers and sisters, who heroically face terrible foreign occupation yet never give up on their fight for the right to self-determination, on this Eid day.

“May the message of solidarity and unity conveyed by Eid-ul-Adha bring prosperity, success, and happiness to the Muslim ummah as a whole,” he said.

President Asif Ali Zardari emphasized the importance of Eid ul-Azha in his message and urged everyone to spread the holiday cheer to others in their community, particularly those who are unable to enjoy because of financial limitations.

On the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha, the Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff Committee, the Chiefs of Services, and the Armed Forces of Pakistan have sent their best wishes to everyone in Pakistan.

Inter Services Public Relations claims that this holy occasion epitomizes the spirit of giving up something for something better.

It stated that on this auspicious day, we honor the ultimate sacrifices made by our martyrs and ghazis and are grateful to them for the independence and peace that currently exist in the nation.

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