ISLAMABAD - An All Parties Conference (APC) of different religious schools of thought, held here at a local hotel unanimously, has resolved that US President Barak Obama’s statement in the UN General Assembly session regarding ‘anti-Islam’ movie clearly refutes US government’s previous claim that it had nothing to do with this profane movie.The US president in his other day’s address to the UN General Assembly had said that US could not ban this movie as it respected freedom of expression.The APC was organised by Jamaat-ud-Dawa (JUD), an organisation that was declared as terrorist outfit by UN through a resolution, under the title of Qaumi Majlis-e-Mushawarat for Tahufuz-e-Hurmat-e-Rasool (PBUH) (National Consultation on Protection of Sanctity of Last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)).APC at the conclusion of the discussion issued a unanimous declaration urging the Muslim world to play its due role for making international laws on blasphemy with death sentence minimum for the blasphemers. Interestingly, the participants demanded of the government to immediately release the protestors arrested on September 21 on the eve of Youm-e-Isq-e-Rasool and paid rich tributes to them but did not condemn those who were behind the incidents of violence at that day.The APC unanimously resolved that if the UN and UN Security Council failed to introduce proper legislation regarding blasphemy of prophets, then Muslim world should alienate themselves from these organisations and form their own Muslims United Nations and Common Defence and Economic Council. The unanimous declaration predicted that such anti-Islam movies could cause clash among civilisations and beginning of the third world war. It also viewed that freedom of expression was being used only as a tool against the Muslims.The APC members demanded that the US should take action against the makers of the profane movie and if it was reluctant to do so, Muslim world should disconnect its diplomatic relations with it, withdraw its envoys there and announce publicly that they would not be part of any agreement made with it.The conference members urged the government to cut off Nato supply lines and the containers drivers should refuse to carry these supplies displaying love for Last Prophet (PBUH). It also urged that a meeting of the OIC should be hurriedly called to form joint strategy against the acts of blasphemy and demanded of the government to quit the alliance in the so-called war on terror as summoning of US Charge d’affaires in Foreign Office over the issue of profane movies was not enough.The APC decided that a delegation comprising of political and religious leaders would be dispatched for a visit to Muslim world to sensitise them about the restlessness among Muslims on the issue and about their responsibilities regarding protection of sanctity of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH). The delegation would meet with the envoys as well as leaders of the Muslim world including Shah Abdullah Bin Abdul Aziz of Saudi Arabia. In this regard, letters would be sent to Muslim rulers and resolutions would be presented to them for fruitful results of the movement to protect the sanctity of Last Prophet (PBUH).The APC also showed concern over the silence of Pope Benedict and Archbishop of Canterbury over the anti-Islam movie and urged that they should clear their position, otherwise, Muslims would get an impression that blasphemers had support of their religious leader.It said that such kind of efforts damage the cause of inter-faith harmony and self-respect among religions and the West should give up its negative polices regarding Muslims.The APC also unanimously announced to organise the movement of Tahufuz-e-Hurmat-e-Rasool (PBUH) at street level and to hold marches, protest rallies, processions, and Tahufuz-e-Rasool conferences and Ulema conventions in this regard. JUI-F Chief, Moulana Fazal-ur-Rehman, Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI), Syed Munawar Hassan, JuD Chief, Hafiz Saeed, Chairman, Defence of Pakistan Council (DPC), Moulana Sami-ul-Haq, former JI Chief, Qazi Hussain Ahmed, Sahibzada Abul Khair Zubair, Lt General (Retd) Hamid Gul and Agha Murtaza Poya were the prominent participants of the APC, besides other religious leaders representing different schools of thought.