Pakistan, Turkey, Malaysia to launch Islamic TV channel

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Pakistan, Turkey, and Malaysia are planning to mutually launch a TV channel to encourage media links said Minister of Information and Broadcasting Chaudhry Fawad Hussain.

According to the report released from the press conference, the minister has proclaimed the launch of a combined television channel to increase media collaboration between Pakistan, Turkey, and Malaysia.

While talking to the press in Islamabad, he said that central people for media sharing have been chosen and a supportive media network will be developed.

“Issues of extremism need to be tackled in Pakistan, Malaysia and other Muslim countries,” Chaudhry was quoted as saying.

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As per the minister, the channel would offer guidance on Islamic religious issues. He suggested that a unit of scholars be set up under the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) to provide such guidance.

Fawad Chaudhry said that the Rehmat-ul-Alamin Authority’s dominion would be augmented and that a comparable association would be set up under the OIC.

Leaders of the three countries Pakistan, Turkey, and Malaysia agreed to set up the channel at a meeting in New York in September 2019 to correct misperceptions and confront the challenges posed by Islamophobia.

Pak-Turk drama series

This year, Pakistan and Turkey had publicized that both the countries are jointly bringing a period drama on the life of Salahuddin Ayyubi.

A great soldier and originator of the Ayyubid Dynasty, Salahuddin, also recognized as Saladin is one of the most notable Muslim rules across the world.

The media revealed that the series will collectively be created by Pakistan’s Ansari & Shah Films and Emre Konuk, owner of Turkey’s Akli Films.

After the announcement was made, Turkish producer Emre Konuk Tweeted the dubbed the agreement productive on a ‘blessed Friday night.’

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