*Sanjrani urges international community and humanitarian watchdogs to take prompt action to protect Palestinian people*
Islamabad :Chairman Senate Muhammad Sadiq Sanjrani, while condemning the brutal and barbaric act of attacking the worshippers at Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem, raised concerns and expressed his anguish on continuous abuse of human rights at the hands of Israeli occupying forces. The Chairman Senate wrote letters to various heads of Parliament, speakers and other officers of parliaments around the world, inter-alia including United States, Canada and the United Kingdom to raise their voices in their respective parliaments and play the role to bring an end to brutalities being inflicted upon innocent Palestinians by the Israeli forces.
“No law, no religion and no faith allow to hurl the worshipers and abuse the sanctity of holy places. Such heinous crimes and attacks are against all humanitarian norms and human right laws”, the Chairman mentioned in the letters.
Voices against such barbarism should be raised by all the countries and on every platform. He called upon the global counterparts to play their role. He emphasised that the issue of Palestine must be resolved peacefully by relevant United Nations and OIC resolutions. “All countries must step forward and play their part to stop this unjustified violence from being committed upon innocent Palestinians”, the Chairman underlined.