Christmas Greetings From Cage in silence of J. Salik.

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Islamabad. Dec. 24, 2001. The convener of World Minorities Alliance and former federal minister J.Salik on the eve of Christmas has appealed to the people to serve the suffering humanity in pursuit of true teachings of Jesus Christ.

J.Salik who is in cage and on silence stance in a message through his liaison officer said that Jesus Christ had been asked by the then Sardars, Waderas and exploiters of the masses to keep his truth saying: companions silent, the apostle replied that rocks would speak up if his companions became quiet." J.Salik said similarly though his own mouth was shut yet the voice of truth could be heard.

He asked India to give up its jingoistic policy. He said in case India attacked on peaceful Pakistan there would be total destruction, as the two nations possessed nuclear weapons. Since in such a situation the minorities across the border would be the worst sufferers he would take to closet living and jute dress and put ash on his head for ten days from January 7. His confinement in the cage too had a religious connotation. It was indeed recluse living free from luxuries since all necessaries of life in like eating and easing are available to him in the cage. He kept himself informed of what was happening around the world in his cell through electronic and print media.

He called upon the people to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ in practical terms, which included righteousness, humility and selfless service to suffering humanity.

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