Muslim outfits in India launch campaigns against ISIS

New Delhi: Criticizing the un-Islamic acts of the terror outfit IS, many Muslim organizations in India launched numerable campaigns saying that the group is just spreading violence and along with this it is spoiling the Islamic symbols and the history.

Reports are that these Muslim organizations have held meetings in Delhi, Jodhpur, Kozhikode and Lucknow and have thereby asked the youth to not associate themselves with ISIS as the group carries out anti-Islamic activities and end up killing thousands victims.

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A report from the Home Ministry stated that on September 20, the Ittehadul Subhanil Mujahideen in Kerala had organized a state-level meet in Kozhikode under the ‘Youth Movement Against IS Terrorism’ which was inaugurated by its President TP Abdulla Koya Maudani. At the inauguration, Maudani said that they would make efforts to counter the acts of IS as they were just spreading violence and degrading the Islamic symbols.

Apart from Maudani, chief of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Kerala, MI Abdul Aziz at a press meet in Kozhikode too called the acts of IS in Iraq and Syria as un-Islamic. He also said that the claims made by the outfit of establishing an Islamic Caliphate are just fake.

At the Peace Conference which was held at India International Centre in New Delhi on September 17, many Muslim organizations hit on ISIS. Also, in Lucknow, Maulana Khalid Rashid Firangi Mahli, Imam, Eidgah Aisbagh issued a fatwa against the terror outfit on September 9 stating that the group carried out un-Islamic acts.

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