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At the invitation of the Pakistani Prime Minister, Dr. Al-Issa delivered an Eid preacher at King Faisal Mosque in Islamabad.

Islamabad (UNA) - At the invitation of the Prime Minister of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, the Secretary-General of the Muslim World League, Chairman of the Association of Muslim Scholars, His Eminence Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Al-Issa, today delivered the Eid al-Fitr sermon, at the King Faisal Mosque in Pakistan, which is considered the largest mosque in South Asia. And the Indian subcontinent, and the fourth largest mosque in the world, as it accommodates 300 worshipers inside the mosque, and 200 worshipers in its courtyards, while the sermon witnessed simultaneous translation into the Urdu language, which is spoken by about a billion people around the world.

Al-Issa began the sermon by congratulating Muslims on the advent of Eid Al-Fitr, and praying that God would accept their fasting and prayers during the month of Ramadan.

His Eminence called for ensuring that people’s needs are met and their pain is alleviated. Stressing that Islamic law is the highest example in the concepts of morals and behavior, and that it elevates its values ​​from the requirement of goodness and justice to the status of benevolence and virtue.

Dr. Al-Issa explained that Islam is the middle law of God, between extremism in it and neglect of it, so it is a religion of common sense and good morals, and that the Muslim seeks the reputation of the religion, and is keen to present it to non-Muslims with its tolerant values.

His Eminence stressed the importance of a Muslim working to correct misconceptions about Islam through his actions before his words.

Dr. Al-Issa pointed out that some of those affiliated with Islam had harmed him through their ignorance, misguided approach, and bad behavior that they were presenting in the name of Islam, and he was innocent of it.

Then His Eminence touched on the great role that Muslim women play in their society and home. Considering it the focus of good upbringing for children, and the source of instilling correct concepts of religion and commitment to high moral values.

His Eminence concluded his sermon by praying for the people of Gaza that God would remove injustice from them, protect them from the harm of aggression and arrogance, and grant them a clear victory.

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