Prime Minister Imran Khan is making headlines worldwide after his address at the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA) session yesterday.
In his impassioned speech, PM Khan touched on four points: climate change, money laundering, Islamophobia, and Kashmir.
Khan Destroys Modi at UNGA
The total time allotted for the address to every participant was 15 minutes. However, Khan spoke for 50 minutes and exposed Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi, and his RSS ideology.
Khan spoke about atrocities and inhumane behavior against the people of Indian occupied Kashmir and how he fears a bloodbath in the valley when the curfew is lifted. He spoke openly about Indian involvement in causing unrest in Balochistan, and capturing Kulbhushan Jadav. He explained the post-Pulwama Balakot strike and Pakistan’s swift and apt response, capturing Indian pilot Abhinandan and offering peace.
The Minister also informed the world leaders about Indian lobbying against the country in FATF and finally how Modi is a lifelong member of RSS and his role behind the 2002 Gujrat Massacre where RSS brutally killed over 2000 Muslims.
Here is a full transcript of Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at UNGA:
Representing Islam at UNGA
There were six occasions where Prime Minister received roaring applause for his impactful speech. The world leaders reacted to his touching words when he described how painful it is for a Muslim when the Western world mocks Prophet (peace be upon him) in the name of freedom of speech.
He attributed its pain to the holocaust to make them understand the sensitivity of this issue. He also thrashed former US presidents for promoting the catchphrase ‘radical Islam’ in the aftermath of 9/11.
He said that Muslim leaders were equally responsible for Islamophobia because they never explained the teachings of Islam to the world. Never in the history of UNGA has any Muslim leader represented Islam as clearly as Imran Khan.
Warns of a Nuclear Catastrophe
What PM Imran Khan said at the end of his address will serve as a warning for everyone around the world. He said that if a war is imposed on Pakistan, we will respond in kind:
Supposing a country seven times smaller than its neighbor; faced with a question. Either you surrender, or you fight till the end. I ask myself this question. And my belief is ‘La Ilaha IllAllah’; there is no God but one. We will fight!
Watch Prime Minister Imran Khan’s speech at UNGA
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