Srinagar: Ameer Muslim Deeni Mahaz Dr Muhammad Qasim through its spokesperson Tuesday said that the ideas propounded by people like Waheed ud din Khan, Javaid Ahmad Gamdi and Dr Rashid Shaaz are being propagated in Jammu and Kashmir.
These are the people who openly undermine the understanding of Deen and go against the issues on which there is unanimity in the Ummah. In Jammu and Kashmir, a group of youth who do not possess the direct understanding of Quran and Hadees and arent aware about how this deen was understood by the Sahaba,Tabeen and Aiyima-e- Salaf. These youth have either gained some knowledge about Islam from the point of view of orientalists or any other secondary source. They dont even know the basic meaning of Quranic Ayats and Ahadees and are in the forefront discussing lofty issues about Islam and thus easily fall prey to the new Ideologies put forth by these wayward people, he said.
These three people have never practically participated in any resistance movement against Kuffar and are not even bothered by the rule of Kufr over Islam. Each of their statements and writings are only aimed at furthering the waywardness and divide in Muslims. These new ideas propounded by them initiate pointless and aimless discussion between youth thus all their practical capabilities which were supposed to be used against the Kuffar are being spent in these pointless discussions. This is the reason that the writings and speeches of these three people are being propagated in Kashmir, he added.
Dr Qasim requested Ulema who consider Quran and Hadees as the un-doubtable source of Islam and consider the understanding of Deen by the Ayimah-e-Salaf as the best source of understanding Deen that they should make people aware about the waywardness of these people.
We also request the youth not to fall prey to the wayward ideologies of these people and focus their energy in resisting the Indian occupation in Jammu and Kashmir, he added.
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