President Dr Arif Alvi Sunday said both Kashmir and Palestine will win freedom one day as no community or religion can be suppressed by force.“My heart beats with Palestine. My heart beats with Kashmir. Pakistan will continue extending moral and political support to the Kashmiri people,” the president said while addressing the ‘Paigham-e-Islam Conference’ organised by the Pakistan Ulema Council here. The event was also attended by Imam-e-Kaaba Dr Sheikh Abdullah Awad Al Juhany, Chief Justice of Palestinian Shariat Council Mustafa Al-Tawil, Saudi Ambassador in Pakistan Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, Pakistan Ulema Council Chairman Allama Tahir Ashrafi, representatives of Saudi Ministry of Religious Affairs and religious scholars from across the country.The conference started with the mesmerising recitation of Surah Rahman by Imam-e-Kaaba. Wearing the Palestinian-flag themed scarf, the president said the Jews must keep in mind that like the use of force couldn’t eliminate them in the 20th century, the freedom movements in Kashmir and Palestine cannot be ended with force.Recalling Pakistan’s generous hosting of 3.5 million Afghan refugees, he said the world must learn compassion and humanity from Islam and Muslims as currently, some western countries are resisting to host even few dozen refugees with others erecting walls to bar them letting them die in the sea. He advised the religious scholars to spread the message of social revolution from the pulpit that has been the platform for social messaging since the early days of Islam. He said the clerics must guide the people on social issues like cleanliness, water conservation and tree plantation for being the urgent needs of the country. He said the journey of social change will accomplish only after the introduction of uniform education system in the country.Condoling over the loss of lives in a terror attack that took place in Quetta on Friday, the president said Pakistan has successfully fought out terrorism and the residues will also be eliminated. Thanking the Saudi leadership for further strengthening ties with Pakistan, he believed that no force in the world can harm Muslims if Pakistan and Saudi Arabia stand united for any cause.Earlier, the president gave away shields and souvenirs to the visiting dignitaries and also received the same from Imam-e-Kaaba. Minister for Religious Affairs Nurul Haq Qadri said the clerics owed responsibility to create unity among the Muslims and sensitise them on country’s rules and regulations. He said the government has resolved to protect religious seminaries and is striving for a uniformed education system to bring the seminary students on a par with other educational institutions.Chief Judge of Palestine Shariat Council Mustafa Al-Tawil, Dr Abdullah of Saudi Ministry of Religious Affairs, Saudi ambassador in Pakistan and Pakistan Ulema Council Chairman Allama Tahir Ashrafi also addressed the gathering.