‘Old drama with a new script starts again’ as Maulana Abdul Aziz re-enters Lal Masjid

While Islamabad authorities were busy with other issues, Maulana Aziz took advantage of the situation and re-entered the mosque two weeks ago.

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Lal Masjid’s ousted Khateeb, Maulana Abdul Aziz, has once again occupied the state-owned mosque.

While Islamabad authorities were busy with other issues, Maulana Aziz took advantage of the situation and re-entered the mosque two weeks ago.

Currently, the Islamabad administration has laid a siege to the area outside the mosque, and Aziz, along with female students, is hiding inside.

None of the sides are backing off from their position, and the deadlock remains.

The spokesperson of Lal Masjid’s Shuhada Foundation, Hafiz Ehtesham Ahmed, said, “The matter was brought to the notice of police that Haroon Rasheed, who had been picked up by security personnel earlier, was also illegally occupying the official residence of naib khateeb in Lal Masjid.”

Despite many warnings from Ehtasham, the concerned authorities did not take the matter seriously.

Hundred Female Students

As a result, about 100 female students of Jamia Hafsa, G-7, broke into the sealed building of the seminary at H-11 (Jamia Hafsa) on Thursday night.

As a result, officers from the capital administration reached Lal Masjid to meet Maulana Aziz. However, the matter remained unresolved, as Aziz demanded that a senior executive equivalent to a federal minister should negotiate with him.

Maulana Aziz told Dawn through his mobile phone from inside the mosque, “They are all bent upon committing the same mistake again. They are not honoring the decision of the Supreme Court and hesitant to implement the supremacy of Sharia in the country.”

Sake of Islam

Aziz further added, “The authorities have given us a deadline to empty Jamia Hafsa in H-11 with the warning to launch an operation again. Food supply has also been suspended but we are determined to remain persistent for the sake of Islam.”

The area has been closed since Thursday night, and citizens were allowed to enter the mosque to offer Friday prayers under strict conditions.

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