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Celebrities Take A Stand In Favor Of Maulana Tariq Jameel

Following the pathetic backlash that Maulana Tariq Jameel received for his speech and dua during the Prime Minister’s Ehsaas Telethon, the respected cleric has issued an apology for his certain remarks that might have upset a certain sect of the society.

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A tweet from Maulana Tariq Jameel’s official Twitter account state, “During the conversation on Prime Minister’s program “Ehsas Telethon,” the mention of lies and obscenity was meant to indicate the avoidance of these deadly diseases, it was not meant to offend any individual or institution.”

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“I sincerely apologize if my conversation has offended any individual or department,” wrote Maulana Sahab in another tweet.

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Although the social media has been abuzz with mixed reviews about Maulana’s speech, a number of Pakistani celebrities have come out in Maualana Sahab’s support, claiming how it is unfair of people to judge him for what he never intended.

Dua Malik questioned, where was freedom of speech?

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Feroze Khan wrote, how Maulana Sahab shouldn’t have to apologize to anyone at all for what people understood.

Celebrities Take A Stand In Favor Of Maulana Tariq Jameel

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Actor Bilal Qureshi said that he had heard the dua by Maulana Tariq Jameel thrice and still found whatever he said to be 100% accurate.

Humaima Malick said that we should be ashamed of calling out Maulana Tariq Jameel, who perhaps was the only unbiased cleric in the country.

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Anchorperson Jasmeen Manzoor wrote how it was heartbreaking to see Maulana Sahab apologize.

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Actor Muneeb Butt wrote that he respected Maulana Tariq Jameel more than ever now

Celebrities Take A Stand In Favor Of Maulana Tariq Jameel

Veena Malik wrote, how if Maualana had been a journalist or an anchorperson, he would have had the license to freedom of expression via his ‘sources’

 

ifrah salman

A passionate writer with a degree in mass communication. Mom to two typhoons who loves to juggle between work and kids. Currently Working as a content creator at reviewitpk.

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