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Merub Ali Faces Religious Backlash After Gurdwara Visit

Merub Ali recently visited the renowned and magnificent Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib, sparking inquiries from fans about a potential change in her religion.

She shared a series of photos on her Instagram, donning a black outfit with her shoulders and head covered by a pink and orange dupatta.


Despite the innocuous nature of the photographs, Merub faced questions regarding her decision to explore the site. Some followers strongly reacted, curious about her presence and suggesting that she might have converted to Sikhism. One Instagram user even remarked, “You haven’t turned Sikh, have you? You visit the houses of worship of non-Muslims, but you do not visit mosques.”

Merub responded to the comment with a firm stance, stating, “News flash: A Gurdwara is open to all! You ought to accompany me. There, the locals were quite friendly. Perhaps you can pick up a few tips,” accompanied by a white heart emoji.

The Gurdwara Kartarpur Sahib is situated in the town of Kartarpur, Pakistan, just 4km (2.5 miles) from the border with India. It holds historical significance as the place where Guru Nanak, the founder of Sikhism, spent his last years.

In 2019, Pakistan inaugurated the Kartarpur corridor, providing visa-free access to Indian pilgrims who wish to visit the gurdwara where Guru Nanak passed away in 1539.

Ghazali Education Foundation And Yunus Emre Institute Sign An MoU To Offer Turkish Language Courses In Pakistan

Meanwhile, one of Pakistan’s largest education foundations has introduced the Turkish language as an elective subject in its schools and colleges across the country.

Ghazali Education Foundation and Yunus Emre Institute Pakistan inked a memorandum of understanding (MoU) in the capital Islamabad last week, under which the latter will provide support vis-a-vis preparation of Turkish language courses and teaching.

The executive director of Ghazali Education Foundation, Aamir Anjum Jafri, and the head of Yunus Emre Institute Pakistan, Halil Tokar, signed the MoU.

“There are two main objectives of introducing the Turkish language in our educational institutes. First, to educate Pakistani students about the centuries-old historical and cultural relations with Türkiye, and secondly to enable them to get a share in growing Turkish markets and corporate sector,” Jafri told Anadolu.

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