Ahle-Hadees Conference in Malegaon starts after strongly condemning Pulwama Terror attack


Malegaon – Senior scholars of Jamiat Ahle-Hadees Hind on Sunday strongly condemned the Pulwama Terrorist attack, during the opening ceremony of a day-long conference in SM Khaleel School in Malegaon, Maharastra.

The conference “Manhajj-e-Salaf” organized by Jamiat under Dr. Saeed Ahmed Faizi, started by strong condemnation of the cowardly suicide attack by a Jaish terrorist that killed over 40 Indian military forces on Thursday.

“Terrorists will never succeed in their evil design to weaken our country by such cowardly attacks”, Moulana Razaullah Abdul Kareem, a senior scholar of Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind, said in his opening speech.

“We want to make it very clear that the Indian Muslims and Jamiat Ahle Hadees are with the country in its fight against terrorism and violence”, he said while condemning the Pulwama terrorist attack.

“The country has actually emerged stronger after the attack. Instead of taking a hit, the morale of our security forces is also high. We have faith in the capability of our forces and their potential to win the decisive fight against terrorism”, Moulana Razaullah added.

The main agenda of the conference was to promote the puritan form of Islam that was taught by Prophet Mohammed and practiced by his companions, and comprehended by the early generation of Muslims.

Scholars and delegates from all over Maharastra and neighboring states arrived in Malegaon to attend the conference and promote the idea of tolerance, coexistence, and peace while living in a pluralistic society.

Some of the scholars including Moulana Fazlurrehman Madani, Moulana Shameem Fauzi, Moulana Muqeem Faizi, Moulana Arshad Mukhtar of Mohammadia Education Society Mumbai, Moulana Mohammad Rahmani of Jamia Islamia Sanabul, New Delhi and others were present.

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