MMU Aghast Over Attacks on Places of Worship in Srinagar


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Srinagar- Mutahida Majlis-e-Ulema, main body of Kashmir clergy, has strongly condemned the attacks on religious places of by miscreants and anti-social elements during the last few days amid the continuous lockdown due to coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.

All the constituents of the MMU which include Anjuman Auqaf Jama Masjid, Darul Uloom Raheemiya, Muslim Personal Law Board, Anjuman Sharie Shiayan, Jamiat Ahle Hadees, Jamaat-e-Islami, Karwaan-e-Islami, Itihaad-ul-Muslimeen, Anjuman Himaayat-ul-Islam, Anjuman Tableegh-ul-Islam, Jamiat Hamdania, Anjuman Ulma-e-Ahnaaf, Darul Uloom Qasmiya, Darul Uloom Bilaliya, Anjuman Nusrat-ul-Islam, Anjuman Mazhar-ul-Haq, Anjuman Aima Wa Mashaaikh Kashmir, Muslim Waqf Board, Darul uloom Naqashbandia, Darul Uloom Rashidia, Ahli Bayt foundation, Peruwane Wilayat and other social, religious and educational organizations in a joint statement condemned the attack and hurling of petrol bomb on Aastaana Bab-ul-Hawaij at Sajjad Abad, Chhatabal, which also houses a  centuries old manuscript of Holy Quran. Prior to this Masjid Hazrat Ali (RA) was also attacked by some miscreants.

The MMU expressed strong resentment over these acts and condemned it in the strong words.

The MMU warned these miscreants and forces inimical to peace and unity that such kind of acts are intolerable and unacceptable saying the aim was to disturb the centuries old Shia-Sunni unity of the Muslims of Kashmir.

The Majlis-e-Ulema which is headed by Kashmir’s head priest Mirwaiz Umer Farooq, urged people to remain alert against the nefarious designs of the elements inimical to our unity and harmony.

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