Peace and amity need of the hour: Muslim elders
On occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, as every year for last seven decades, All India Majlis-e-Tameer-e-Millat organised its 70th Jalsa-e-Rahmatulil Aalameen at Exhibition Grounds in Nampally on Sunday.
Nampally: On occasion of Milad-un-Nabi, as every year for last seven decades, All India Majlis-e-Tameer-e-Millat organised its 70th Jalsa-e-Rahmatulil Aalameen at Exhibition Grounds in Nampally on Sunday.
Eminent scholars, preachers and clerics had advised Muslims not to fear of the present environment because from the ancient period of Islam Muslims have been facing similar circumstances and have come out shining.
Tameer-e -Millat said the verdict on Babri Masjid was most disappointing, "Though we respect the judgement, it is not satisfactory."In its resolutions passed on the 70th public meeting Tameer-e-Millat said that, "Though the environment in the country is not conducive for Muslims, they are passing through a turbulent phase and are optimistic about the future because it is the basic belief of Muslims that there is light at the end of the tunnel." Maulana Kaleem Siddiqui exhorted Muslims to follow the teachings and life of Prophet Mohammad, who overcame such crises with peace.
He urged Muslims that India is just as much a country of Muslims as it is for other communities and called upon the community to maintain good relations with fellow countrymen, adding that when Islam started spreading, it spread the message of peace. Maulana Aashad Rasheed from Muradabad, advised Muslims to be even more patriotic. He said, "India needs peace and interfaith unity and Islam peaches about love and peace."
Maulana Sada-ul-Huda Qasmi, Deputy Secretary Amaanat-e-Shariah, Maulana Ahsan-al-Hamoomi, Maulana Aziz-ur-Rahman, and Vice President Tameer-e -Millat Ziauddin Nayyar and Irani Counsel General Haghbin Ghomi also spoke about the life and ways of Prophet Mohammad.