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RAWALPINDI: Chief of Army Staff (COAS) General Syed Asim Munir on Monday said that the nation would have to stand resolute and strong against the country’s enemies who were creating fissures using religious, ethnic and political vulnerabilities.

“Enemies of Pakistan are hell-bent towards creating fissures using religious, ethnic and political vulnerabilities.

We have to stand together and united to rise as a resolute and strong nation,“ the Army Chief said while speaking here at the Christ Church, where he joined the Christian community in Christmas celebrations.

The congregation welcomed the COAS and thanked him for sharing the festivity. The Army Chief wished Merry Christmas to the entire Christian community in Pakistan.

PM Kakar stresses on upholding Quaid’s guiding principles

Gen Asim Munir expressed reverence for the religious community and stressed upon the need for promoting greater interfaith harmony in the society in order to follow the true vision of Quaid-e-Azam of a united and progressive Pakistan.

He said, “Islam teaches us the lesson of peace, friendship and encourages interfaith harmony which is the need of the hour.”

The COAS stressed upon the importance of having correct perspective, truth and knowledge-based opinions about national issues rather than following rhetoric and propaganda, to address complex challenges and issues.

The Army Chief, paying glowing tribute to Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah’s great vision and leadership on his 147th birthday, quoted his historical remarks made in his speech on August 11, 1947 while addressing the Constituent Assembly: “You are free. You are free to go to your temples. You are free to go to your mosques or to any other places of worship in this State of Pakistan.”

At the end, the COAS befittingly acknowledged the contributions and sacrifices made by the entire Christian community of Pakistan in all the fields and domains.

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KhanRA Dec 26, 2023 04:50am
Are we allowed to ask why is it that we have so many enemies besides just India? Why don’t Bangladesh, UAE, Tunisia, Indonesia have so many enemies like we do?
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TimetoMoVVeOn Dec 26, 2023 09:09am
@KhanRA, Pakistan corrupt leaders and the army is the #1 enemy of Pakistan people. India is just a distraction. Your own army has done much internally than what an external enemy could ever do.
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number one Dec 26, 2023 09:25am
Wait when masses will go out on rage and burn everything including the big houses a d properties of these corrupt and disgusting generals who never win a war.
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KhanRA Dec 26, 2023 11:24am
@TimetoMoVVeOn, corruption is everywhere, and India is a legitimate threat as radical Hindu nationalists are so influential there.. But the army, and much more so the intelligence services, are indeed a problem.
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Dr fahad Dec 26, 2023 11:31am
@KhanRA, Because of our neighbours, INDIA finance terrorism in Pakistan.Afghanistan doesn't recognise our borders . Iran is at some other level in geo politics
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Dr fahad Dec 26, 2023 11:32am
@TimetoMoVVeOn, INDIAN agent spotted . PAK ARMY ZINDABAD
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