Mar 15, 2013, 10:01 PM
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World peace at stake because of pro-Zionist American policy: Politician

Islamabad, March 15, IRNA – Central leader of Pakistan’s top religious party on Friday said that pro-Zionist American policy is a major threat to the world and regional peace.

Talking to IRNA, Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Secretary General Liaqat Baloch said that US interference in Muslim countries should be stopped immediately.

“Imperialist forces are behind miseries of Muslims across the world,” said the JI leader.

He went on to say that Iran is developing a peaceful nuclear program but the US and its allies are not allowing the Islamic Republic to enrich uranium which is unjustified.

He added that Iran has assured the world that they are not after nuclear weapons and developing nuclear program to meet their energy requirements and for medical treatment.

“There is no justification of western pressure on Iran’s peaceful nuclear program,' he said.

Liaqat Baloch raised the question that why the world is silent over the nuclear club of imperialist forces.

The JI leader said that US is against the nuclear programs of all Muslim states. He asked US to quit its policies of double standards towards Muslims.

Expressing his views, Jamaat-i-Islami (JI) Secretary General said that Iran is fully cooperating with the IAEA and the western states have failed to produce any evidence against Iran's peaceful nuclear program.

He said that after the fatwa (religious decree) of Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on the prohibition of nuclear weapons there is no reason left for the West to speak against Iran's enrichment program.

Liaqat Baloch said that the aggressive policies of US in the world and Middle East are the major threat to world peace. 'They are killing innocent people just to impose their imperialist plans,” said the religious leader.

Politician added that the US is fighting a war against Islam and Islamic civilization.

'US has affected the lives of millions of people in Palestine, Iraq and Afghanistan,” noted Liaqat Baloch.