Sunday, July 16, 2006

Patriotic Indian Muslims angrily snub Mulla Mulayam's support to terrorist group SIMI

Muslim community leaders have started speaking out against the Muslim vote-bank politics that has kept their community under-developed and their people uneducated and illiterate for 58 years.

The latest example of this Muslim vote-banking politics was shown by Samajwadi Party leader and Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulla Mulayam.

This self-proclaimed so-called "secular" leader has insulted the Indian Muslim community by clubbing all Muslims into one category and refusing to distinguish peace-loving Muslims loyal to India from the minority of Islamic fundamentalists and Al Qaeda sympathisers that have been carrying out the terror attacks all over India in the last several decades.

Within two days of the horrifying bomb blasts that killed over 200 and injured over 700 innocent Indians in Mumbai, the Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mulla Mulayam, in a bid to corner the Muslim vote-bank for himself, had said that SIMI wasn’t a terrorist organisation and had no role in the Ayodhya and Varanasi attacks as alleged by investigators.

This was very dangerous and very insulting for the vast majority of peace-loving Indian Muslims who are loyal to India, because it clubbed them together with SIMI, a well-known Islamic extremist organization that has been implicated in past terrorist outrages in India.

Indian Muslims do not need so-called "secular" leaders like Mulla Mulayam to harm their community by protecting the Islamic fundamentalists and terrorists who make life harder for ordinary law-abiding Muslims by hiding among them and carrying out terrorist strikes, and fomenting communal unrest which finally lead to riots in which ordinary peace-loving Hindus and Muslims fall victims.

At long last, some Muslim community leaders have started protesting against this abominable Muslim vote-banking politics practised by India's so-called "secular" leaders from parties like Samajwadi Party and Congresss (whose UP leader Salman Khursheed also came out in support of the terrorist group SIMI).

“Yadav’s remarks are deplorable. If any organisation or group is involved in anti-national activity, we in the Muslim community have nothing to do with it,” said All India Muslim Personal Law board member Kamal Farooqui.

Farooqui cited how the Jamat-e-Islami, SIMI’s parent organisation, had severed all links with the students’ outfit and distanced itself from its actions.

“While we do not know for sure who is responsible for the inhuman bombings in Mumbai, there is no scope or rationale for bailing out anybody on the ground of religion,” he said.

Telegraph India reports:
Clergy rings terror alarm
- Hint of home-grown militants worries community
RASHEED KIDWAI

July 16: Mulayam Singh Yadav’s clean chit to the Students’ Islamic Movement of India has deeply upset the Muslim personal law board and clergy, who are worried at the rise of suspected home-grown terror modules that seek to avenge the Gujarat riots.

Top Muslim leaders were to discuss the issue tonight at Rajya Sabha deputy chairman K. Rahman Khan’s 28 Akbar Road residence, which shares a boundary wall with the Congress headquarters in New Delhi.

Rahman is a member of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board. The invitees include the chiefs of the Jamat-e-Islami, Milli Council and Muslim Mushawarat, the heads of the Shia, Barelvi and other Islamic sects, and law board office-bearers.

“Yadav’s remarks are deplorable. If any organisation or group is involved in anti-national activity, we in the Muslim community have nothing to do with it,” said law board member Kamal Farooqui.

On Thursday, the Uttar Pradesh chief minister and his Samajwadi Party colleagues had said that Simi, accused in the Mumbai blasts, wasn’t a terrorist organisation and had no role in the Ayodhya and Varanasi attacks as alleged by investigators.

Farooqui cited how the Jamat-e-Islami, Simi’s parent organisation, had severed all links with the students’ outfit and distanced itself from its actions.

“While we do not know for sure who is responsible for the inhuman bombings in Mumbai, there is no scope or rationale for bailing out anybody on the ground of religion,” he said.

While none among the Muslim leaders is prepared to go on record, almost all believe that the unconfirmed reports of “home-grown” terror links are cause for extreme concern.

Since the Gujarat carnage, law board chief Maulana Rabey Nadvi has been sounding out Muslim organisations on the urgency to nip the problem before it escalates.

The first alarm signals had come in September 2003 when a blast probe in Mumbai threw up the name of the Gujarat Revenge Force, an obscure outfit reportedly set up to avenge the post-Godhra violence.

The moderate Muslim clergy’s call to reject the revenge motive is, however, yet to translate into an aggressive campaign. Part of the reason, the leaders say, is a lack of resources and an “institutionalised mechanism” to publicise their views.

In March this year, a few organisations from Lucknow and Hyderabad had issued a fatwa against terrorism. Another recent fatwa against suicide bombings, delivered by the grand imam of Mecca, has been translated into Urdu and Hindi and widely distributed at mosques and madarsas.

Muslim leaders say that terrorism and fundamentalism no longer flow solely from poverty and lack of education. The powerful media images from Iraq and Afghanistan have had a role.

“When TV beams pictures of torture and killings in Iraq, we too protest as part of our concept of universal brotherhood or ummah,” a religious preacher said.

“While these are geo-political issues, young minds get influenced by them, interpreting them on religious lines and looking at violence as an effective alternative. It is posing problems in spreading the message of peace and tolerance here too.”



2 Comments:

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At 12:14 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

My name is Audrey Dunham. I was born in Calcutta India 1943. I do not know which God the Hindus and Muslims worship but all I have seen is blood shed in India.
My point to the all of you, find God that allows hatred, poverty,wars,sucidal bombings and stop the shit of your ideologies that has caused , muslims,jews,hindus,chrsitians, buddhist and sikhs to make God like an idiot, who wants to be worshipped by you all fight over whose religon is true and defending the country that a God did not give you all. To make a country you have murdered innocent human lives how can a God bless you all.

 

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