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Maulana Tahir Ashrafi

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Chairman

Pakistan Ulema Council
 
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    Ulema Council
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Pakistan Ulema Council's ...
www.dawn.com [cached]
Pakistan Ulema Council's Maulana Tahir Ashrafi said imams [prayer leaders] could have "unprecedented influence" in bringing action on climate change.
But first, he said, "they need training to both understand and communicate the issues accurately in a country hard-hit by climate-related drought, flooding, crop losses and other problems."
"We religious leaders in Pakistan can talk about climate change with people as long as we become knowledgeable about climate change and its other facets," he maintained.
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Ashrafi said one key to getting religious leaders to speak out on climate change is ensuring they get help to understand the issues in "the simplest possible language".
Letting leaders of different faiths learn what other religious leaders are doing on climate change would also be useful, he said.
To date, he said, imams in Pakistan have rarely been called on to speak out about climate change, something that "reflects ignorance about the unprecedented influence of the religious leaders", he said.
ISLAMABAD: A session of the Council ...
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ISLAMABAD: A session of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) turned violent on Tuesday when a scuffle broke out over an argument between CII chairman Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani and council member Maulana Tahir Ashrafi.
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As per media reports, participants were discussing the status of Ahmadis under the Constitution when Ashrafi, who is also chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council, and Sherani entered into an argument that later turned personal.
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At a press conference following the CII session, Ashrafi accused Shirani of grabbing him by the collar and torturing him before others intervened to end the scuffle.
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Ashrafi claimed that the CII chairman had opened a discussion on a matter that would cause unrest in society. "The CII chairman had brought up a discussion on whether Ahmadis are Non-Muslims or Murtads (apostates), an issue which has already been settled in the Constitution of Pakistan. We were opposed to reopening this discussion as it would cause unrest in society. We wanted them to clarify that this discussion was not included in the agenda by CII members," said Ashrafi. Ashrafi said Sherani grabbed him by the collar and tore it.
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But according to an eye witness, Ashrafi had first lunged at Sherani to grab his collar.
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said Ashrafi. According to Ashrafi, council members including him were opposed to the idea of debating the status of Ahmadis because there already existed a consensus on the issue.
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ISLAMABAD: A session of the Council of Islamic Ideology (CII) turned violent on Tuesday when a scuffle broke out over an argument between CII chairman Maulana Mohammad Khan Shirani and council member Maulana Tahir Ashrafi.
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As per media reports, participants were discussing the status of Ahmadis under the Constitution when Ashrafi, who is also chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council, and Sherani entered into an argument that later turned personal.
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At a press conference following the CII session, Ashrafi accused Shirani of grabbing him by the collar and torturing him before others intervened to end the scuffle.
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Ashrafi claimed that the CII chairman had opened a discussion on a matter that would cause unrest in society. "The CII chairman had brought up a discussion on whether Ahmadis are Non-Muslims or Murtads (apostates), an issue which has already been settled in the Constitution of Pakistan. We were opposed to reopening this discussion as it would cause unrest in society. We wanted them to clarify that this discussion was not included in the agenda by CII members," said Ashrafi. Ashrafi said Sherani grabbed him by the collar and tore it.
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But according to an eye witness, Ashrafi had first lunged at Sherani to grab his collar.
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said Ashrafi. According to Ashrafi, council members including him were opposed to the idea of debating the status of Ahmadis because there already existed a consensus on the issue.
ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the Council ...
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ISLAMABAD: A meeting of the Council for Islamic Ideology (CII) turned violent when a scuffle broke out between member Maulana Tahir Ashrafi and chairman Maulana Mohammad Khan Sherani, DawnNews reported on Tuesday.
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Sources at the meeting said participants were discussing the status of Ahmadis under the Constitution when Ashrafi, who is also chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council, and Sherani entered into an argument that later turned personal.
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Eye witnesses said Ashrafi stood from his seat and lunged at Maulana Sherani, grabbing him by the collar.
A joint communiqué read out by ...
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A joint communiqué read out by Maulana Tahir Ashrafi, the head of the PUC, appealed to all political and religious parties, and people belonging to all religions and sects, to respect each others' views.
Meanwhile, Maulana Hafiz Tahir ...
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Meanwhile, Maulana Hafiz Tahir Ashrafi, the Chairman of the Pakistan Ulema Council, offered to help the government in dealing with any religious seminary involved in terror activities or training of terrorists.
During a meeting with the interior minister, Maulana Ashrafi said he was against the use of such institutions for political gains. "We are against using a seminary for political activity or making it a hub of anti-social, anti-state activity."
But he urged the government not to take action against seminaries under the pretext of law and order.
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Maulana Ashrafi assured the minister of support in matters relating to streamlining of seminaries.
He called for an audit of local and international funding for seminaries' reforms.
"We have heard that a huge amount is being received, but the output is not visible."
Maulana Ashrafi urged the government to reveal details of the funds received for the purpose and tell the nation where the money had been spent.
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