As per reports, many Chinese companies in Pakistan have disallowed its Pakistani employees from offering namaz, one of the five basic tenets of Islam.
“Un Chinese ko bolo yeh unke baap ka mulk nahin hai (tell those Chinese this is not their country,” he could be heard saying. “When some people gather and protest, they’d be scared. Then even their father will let you offer namaz. Today morning someone was asking that they’re afraid of losing job and hence can’t protest against Chinese companies for stopping namaz. This is our country, not their daddy’s. When we go to their country, we follow the rules,” he said.
You have to make people respect you. “Make them realize that ‘you have come here, you are the real guest’. You will work as per our laws. Then they will let you offer namaz,” he can be heard saying. It is unclear when the video has been shot and if it is a recent threat to China over reports of namaz being banned.
Chinese companies ban Pakistani employees from offering namaz
As per reports, many Chinese companies in Pakistan have disallowed its Pakistani employees from offering namaz, one of the five basic tenets of Islam. A video shared by Twitter user Farah Khan reveals how one Pakistani employee of a company was beaten up by his employers for allegedly offering namaz.
An innocent man was brutally beaten up by 5 Chinese in #Karachi because he was offering Namaz.
Along with CPEC, China will also reign over Pakistan. Imran Khan aftr the big surrender in 1971 this will be the next on the platter of #Pakistan.@TarekFatah @arifaajakia @Chellaney pic.twitter.com/EYEVYHhVxa
— Farah Khan (@FaraaahKhan) June 29, 2020
In the above video, a person can be seen bleeding who is being taken away by his colleagues as the person recording the video claims that the man was beaten up for offering namaz. The person recording the video claims that he was beaten up badly when he was offering namaz. “Chinese are not letting Muslims offer namaz. I appeal to the Prime Minister Imran Khan to take action,” he says.
However, it still remains unclear whether the ban on namaz and/or the threat of the maulana to China are recent or dated.