Gilgit - Baltistan

Ismaili Scouts arrange Sabeel-e-Hussain during Ashura procession in Gilgit

PT Report

Gilgit, December 6: Members of the Ismaili Boy Scouts Group , Central Jamatkhana unit, arranged Sabeel-e-Hussain (AS) for the Azadaran on the day of Ashura.

The Sabeel was arranged in front of the Ismaili Jamatkhana, located in the Jamatkhana Bazar.

The Sabeel was visited by thousands of Azaadaran, including MLA Razi uddin Rizvi, among other prominent leaders.

Social circles have appreciated the Ismaili Scouts for arranging the Sabeel. Such actions are likely to leave a positive impact on the overall situation of harmony in the Gilgit – Baltistan region.

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  1. Great work.

    United we stand. Divided we fall.

    I am sure that the Ahl-e-Sunnat may also have arranged similar Sabeels.

    Many a time we don’t get access to information.

  2. Great job done by Ismaili Scouts and do hope all youth from all sects will work togather bring harmony among the people of Gilgit-Baltistan. Applaud youth.

  3. very well ….this is called unity and brother hood .thers no need of any discrimination .we all are muslims ..what ever our our praticies are ..

  4. A word “Generosity” is commonly used in a well-balanced society, irrespective of creed, caste and religion and respected and regarded by everyone, because a person beside with his own needs and desires, cares for others. Unfortunately some extremist elements in the holy religion of islam have not understood the true meaning of the above word and they’re using the religion for their own vested interests. Instead of creating harmony and brotherhood among all faiths and branches of Islam, these elements try to create problems for the Ummah. The religion of Islam is like a strong tree, which have several branches, and one cannot say that one branch is good and the other is not. A good example of Ismaili Boys Scouts’ effort to offer a small gesture for their fellow brothers in the hour of need, which is highly commendable. This will not only vanish all mis-understandings and mis-trust between all faiths, but also bring all sects and people definelty closer and all masses of Gilgit-Baltistan would live in a peaceful environment and manner. As one of our writer said that such a small gesture from both sides, would be helpful and fruitful for the betterment of the whole populace of the area. Let’s we only hope and pray for the betterment.

  5. —-“United we all Shia, Sunni, Ismaili, Noorbaksha and others stand in Gilgit-Baltistan”.


  6. Hats off to the Scouts and thanks to the elders of our community for integrate such pluralistic thoughts (as our Imam wishes) into our community of GB. The GB family, I am sure, will remain united and will never let criminal forces ruin our peace and brotherhood.
    I certainly agree to Baba Chilasi’s comment.

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