SRINAGAR: Terming the actions of the so called Islamic State (ISIS) as un-Islamic, Chairman of Jammu and Kashmir Liberation Front (JKLF), Muhammad Yasin Malik Thursday said that Islam doesnt permit us to kill innocents.
JKLF Chief was speaking to media persons on the sidelines of a blood donation camp organized by JKLF here to remember its fallen comrades in 1992.
Malik said that Islam has rebuke for those people who kill innocents. The persons who kill innocents should stop calling themselves Muslims. These people are defaming our religion by indulging in such kind of acts, Malik said.
Earlier Hurriyat Conference (G) chairman, Syed Ali Geelani also called the actions of ISIS un-Islamic.
Geelani termed the actions of Tehreek-e-Taliban Pakistan, ISIS and Boko Haraam as un-Islamic and inhuman and said that these people were defaming Islam and their actions dont have any Islamic or moral justification.
Islam has high values and regards for a human life and the Holy Quran terms the murder of a single human being as the murder of whole humanity. Prophet Muhammad (saw) was not only sent as a blessing for the whole humanity but he gave us lessons even for safeguarding the rights of animals.
Our Prophet (saw) had pardoned his worst enemies and presented a beautiful character before them. The people who are killing children in the name of Islam, kidnapping school children and subjecting people to the worst torture during their custody, they are totally unaware of the spirit of Islam and they are becoming the big hurdle in the propagation of Islam. Islam is the religion of peace, brotherhood and equality and Islam wants justice among the whole humanity based on equality. In the past, Islam has propagated with the help of its excellent character and morality which it presented before the people and in the future it will spread in the entire world due to its high regard for the human values, veteran Kashmiri Islamist said.
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