Af­ter ISIS strength­ens their move­ment, they will di­rectly tar­get South Asia, in­clud­ing Pak­istan and In­dia

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Muham­mad Tahir- ul- Qadri, a Pak­istani politi­cian and Sufi scholar of re­pute, had brought the Nawaz Sharif gov­ern­ment to a halt in 2014 by or­gan­is­ing an In­quilab March. In Delhi last week for the World Sufi Con­fer­ence, he spoke can­didly to Group Ed­i­to­rial Di­rec­tor Ex­cerpts: anti- re­gion and anti- faith state. ISIS fol­low­ers are not go­ing to heaven, they are go­ing to hell be­cause they are cap­tur­ing lands, killing in­no­cent peo­ple, civil­ians and loot­ing the money. There is an on­go­ing war of al­le­ga­tions and ac­cu­sa­tions be­tween the two coun­tries for the last many decades. Let us fin­ish the war of al­le­ga­tions and ac­cu­sa­tions and just sit to­gether for a di­a­logue. Di­a­logue not for di­a­logue’s sake but di­a­logue to re­solve and to bring an end to our con­flicts, mis­un­der­stand­ings and hos­til­i­ties.

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