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  • Pakistan Ulema council asks govt to implement National Action Plan

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC) has asked the government to implement the National Action Plan in letter and spirit to root out sectarianism from the country...

    The joint declaration of the conference supported the Operation Raddul Fasad, condemned the killing of Rohingya Muslims in Myanmar and decided to establish ‘national reconciliatory council’ committees all over the country...

  • Gunmen kill seven in attack on Ulema Council in Afghanistan: police

    The Ulema Council, the highest religious authority in a deeply conservative country, came under attack after it had repeatedly announced its support for security forces fighting the Taliban insurgents...

    Numbering some 3,000 clerics and scholars and headed by a 150-strong National Council, the powerful Ulemma can sway public opinion significantly through mosques across the country that are still main source of Afghan social...

  • Pakis­tan Ulema Council to contest 2018 polls

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakis­tan Ulema Council (PUC) will participate in next year’s general elections along with its allies, its central executive committee announced on Wednesday...

    The council would also push for electoral reforms ahead of the 2018 general elections, he said...

  • ‘National Ulema and Mashaikh Council’ constituted

    ISLAMABAD: The government has constituted a ‘National Ulema and Mashaikh Council’...

    The federal minister for religious affairs will be chairman of the council and the minister of state, the religious affairs secretary, ministers for religious affairs of four provinces, Gilgit-Baltistan and Azad Kashmir and 38 clerics and religious scholars will be its members...

  • Ulema Council issues code of conduct for Muharram

    ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Ulema Council (PUC), led by Maulana Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi, has issued a code of conduct for maintaining peace and harmony during Muharram...

    The code suggests formation of peace committees comprising ulema and respectable citizens in sensitive areas of the country, such as Karachi, D...

  • Govt won’t spare errant seminaries, ulema told

    ISLAMABAD: The top civilian and military leadership – in a rare meeting with representatives of religious seminaries – made it abundantly clear on Monday that the government intended to register and streamline their working at all costs...

    According to those present in the meeting, both Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif and Army Chief General Raheel Sharif were willing to listen to the legitimate concerns of members of the Tanzeem Ittehadul...
  • Ulema’s views

    LOOKING at recent press publications, the improvement in the thinking of ulema indicates a progressive attitude...

    Ulema support organic transplant...

  • Suicide attacks un-Islamic, say ulema

    The decree issued at a conference of ulema here on Sunday said the philosophy behind the self-styled Islamic State (IS), banned Tehreek-i-Taliban Pakistan, Al Qaeda, Boko Haram and other so-called jihadi outfits was misleading...

    An ulema board would be set up to counter the narrative of terrorist organisations like the TTP and IS...

  • Rangers’ special powers not curtailed, Sindh governor tells ulema

    During the meeting held to review the arrangements for the 12th Rabiul Awwal celebrations and maintenance of law and order on the day, the governor assured the ulema that the operation would continue “at all costs”...

    The ulema unanimously expressed their concerns over the curtailment of Rangers’ power and said that peace in the metropolis was only because of the Rangers-led operation...

  • Unanimity among ulema on seminaries’ registration: minister

    RAWALPINDI: Federal Minister for Religious Affairs and Inter-faith Harmony Sardar Muhammad Yousaf said on Sunday that there was complete unanimity among ulema of different schools of thought on the issue of registration of seminaries...

    “Complete unanimity has emerged among ulema belonging to almost all schools of thought on the issue in a recently held meeting and we have been working with honesty and dedication hence no issue would...

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