‘Charting out protest programme with other organizations’
Srinagar, Sep 13: Jamiat-e-Ahl-e-Hadees (JAH) Thursday decided to launch a protest program in consultation with other religious organizations against derogatory video released by an Anti-Islamic group in Israel that led to a death of US envoy in Libya.
“The blasphemous and anti-Islamic video hosted on internet is highly condemnable. It has hurt the sentiments of every Muslim and we will not remain silent on this. Any such activity against Islam is against humanity,” JAH chief Ghulam Rasool Malik told reporters here.
“No Muslim can tolerate any disrespectful comment or remark against his Prophet (SAW). So, we have decided to frame a protest program along with other religious organizations to tell the world that this derogatory campaign needs to be dealt with iron fist,” Malik added.
Malik appealed the Islamic countries to register a strong protest against blasphemous video so that culprits are brought to justice.
He claimed that the attempts have been made in Kashmir recently to fuel sectarian divide but people and the leadership has exhibited maturity and patience in dealing with the situation. “Now this sensitive issue can fuel unrest. But we need keep our calm so that the falsehood would be conquered,” he said.
In an apparent reference to the killing of US Ambassador to Libya Chris Stevens, Malik said punishing a person for someone else's misdeeds is also not permitted in Islam.
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