All Pakistan Ulema Council
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Fatwa denouncing honour killings
The council issued a fatwa (religious edict) denouncing and prohibiting honour killings and said that honour killings were "un-Islamic" and "inhuman" the clergy elaborated that the "Daughters are a gift [from Allah] not a problem" The council will issue a more detailed verdict on June 5th 2014 which will be from an even more diverse range of religious groups 
Fatwa denouncing "Kaafir" (non-believer) declaration
The council issue a fatwa which declared that declaring other Islamic sects such as Shia as "non-believers" was against Islam. The fatwa was announced to promote inter-sectarian tolerance by acknowledging that there was diversity in the way in which Islam is practiced by different sects such as Sunni, Shia and different expressions of religion such as Sufism which was targeted by extremists. The use of loudspeakers except for the azan and the Friday sermon was also banned 
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