SWABI - Speakers at the concluding ceremony of the three-day annual congregation of Ishaat Al Tauheed Wal-Sunnah at Panjpir here on Sunday said that no one would be allowed to harm the Pak-Saudi Arabia cordial relations.

The Ulema and workers of Ishaat from all over the country participated in the gathering. The religious scholars and speakers spoke about the Islamic teachings and the problems confronted by the Muslim world and the conspiracies hatched by US, India and other anti-Islam powers in various regions.

They said that a well-calculated plot has been made to derail the brotherly relations between Saudi Arabia and Pakistan but the former  is a highly respectable country for the Muslims of the world due to their religious affiliations and are ready to render sacrifices for the  sacred places of the Islamic world.

Maulana Tayyab said that American leaders had devised plans to harm Saudi Arabia and its periphery states. At the time of Iraq occupation and targeting the then President of Iraq Saddam Hussain all were well-calculated strategies to weaken the Muslim countries, he said.

He said that Makkah, Madina and Haramain Sharifain all are honourable places for the Muslims and they would never allow any state to harm these places.

Maulana Fazalur Rehman Khalil, a well known jihadist, alleged that US and its allies are involved in the weakening of the Muslims across the world. “The American leadership does not want strengthening of Islam and Islamic system,” he said.

Muhammad Aamir, a former ISI official, claimed that the US declared various Muslim leaders as terrorists but never talked about Shiv Sena head who was responsible for the killing of a number Muslims in Samjhauta Express.

Similarly, he said, the Israeli government adopted bone-smashing policy against the peaceful Palestinians but the Americans never labelled the Hebrew state terrorist, he questioned and said that the entire drama has been devised against the Muslims and their religious institutions who impart religious education to the youngsters.

Maulana Ghulam Habib, a well known religious scholar, also spoke on the occasion.