LAHORE Jamaat-e-Islami chief, Syed Munawar Hasan, has asked the Muslim countries to review their diplomatic ties with Israel and the US in the wake of Israeli attack on the Freedom Flotilla and mobilize the United Nations for suitable action against the Zionist state. In a press statement here Monday, he said Israel had proved itself the biggest terrorist of the world by firing on the flotilla carrying food and drugs for the besieged Palestinians in Gaza with the US backing. He said this should be an eye opener for the world conscience. One and a half million Gaza Muslims were under Israeli siege for the last three years and the UN was keeping silent under US pressure. He said the representatives of forty countries including journalists and intellectuals in the Freedom Flotilla had been attacked by the Israeli armed forces in which twenty people had been killed and around 60 others had been injured. The JI chief prayed for the safety of Pakistani journalists including Tallat Husain travelling in the flotilla. Govt urged to take strict stand on blasphemous images Al Sabria Foundation staged a protest against blasphemy on social network websites Facebook and Youtube at Lahore Press Club on Monday. The protesters also condemned the brutal attack of Israel on Freedom Flotilla and kidnapping of Pakistani journalists. The protesters were holding placards and banners displaying slogans against blasphemers. They also chanted slogans against the governments of accused countries including US, Denmark, Norway and Sweden. Speaking to the participants, Allama Mufti Zia-ul-Habib said they would not take rest until the accused of blasphemy are punished. He said the government was silent on the issue because of its vested interests. He further said OIC and UNO were using delaying tactics in initiating strict action against blasphemous caricatures so the Muslims should stage massive protest demonstrations. The protesters demanded of the government to take strict stand on the states, which involved in this evil deed and also urged the Muslims to boycott the products of accused countries. On the occasion, the protesters also criticized the decision of lifting ban on the facebook. Leaders of Markazi Jamiat Ahl-e-Haith Punjab including Prof Abd-ul-Rahman, Hafiz Shahid Ameen, Rana Nasr-ullah Khan and other in a joint statement on Monday condemned the decision of court of lifting ban and demanded of the government to ban Facebook permanently. They also urged the Muslim world to unite against this shameful activity by enemies.