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Asaduddin Owaisi calls IS militants `dogs of hell`, urges Muslim youths to live for Islam

All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslim chief Asaduddin Owaisi termed terror outfit Islamic State a tool in the hands of anti-Islam forces.


Asaduddin Owaisi calls IS militants `dogs of hell`, urges Muslim youths to live for Islam

Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul Muslim (AIMIM) chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Friday urged Muslim youths to live for Islam, not die for it.

He further termed terror outfit Islamic State (IS) a tool in the hands of anti-Islam forces.

“Do not die for Islam but live for it and humanity. This is our country, so stay united,” Owaisi urged Muslim youths while addressing a massive public meeting.

“Attack by the Islamic State (IS) near Prophet’s mosque was the handiwork of enemies of Islam. The Islamic State is demonising Islam and its militants are dogs of hell,” Owaisi said.

 

He was referring to the suicide bombing which took place near the mosque in the holy Saudi city of Medina on Monday.

“If you really want to do jihad, don’t take up arms. Feed the poor, work for their development, fund marriages of their daughters- this is real jihad,” the Hyderabad MP said.

Meanwhile, a resolution passed unanimously at the meet of Muslim organisations condemned attacks in Saudi Arabia and other parts of the world during the holy month of Ramadan.

“The ISIS has nothing to do with Islam and its principles and tenets, and, in fact, all its activities and terror attacks are meant to strike at the very roots of Islam. The ISIS is not only un-Islamic but acts as a tool in the hands of Western forces who are enemies of Islam. In the garb of Muslims, they are defaming Islam,” said the resolution.

“This band of ‘neo-Kharijis’ had the audacity to proclaim itself to be a so-called worldwide caliphate and appointing a self-styled caliph in 2014. These armed thugs have been letting loose a reign of terror in some parts of Iraq and Syria and spreading their subversive activities to other countries in the Gulf and North Africa, as well as to other Muslim nations and European, Asian and African countries,” it added.

It said during Ramadan, the ISIS killed innocent Muslims and non-Muslims in terror attacks in Baghdad, Istanbul, and Dhaka, killing 300 persons and injuring scores of others. "They sought to disturb the peace and tranquillity of one of Islam's holiest sites - the Prophet's mosque at Madinah. The suicide bomber was stopped in his tracks outside the mosque complex and four Saudi security men were martyred and five were injured."

"The perpetrators of this violence at the holy city have incurred the wrath of Almighty Allah and the world will soon witness the destruction of these unholy men who are making attempts to harm Islam and demonise the Muslims," the resolution said.

It noted that through its sustained but distorted propaganda on the social media, the IS has been making attempts to spread its nefarious designs and tentacles to various Muslim and non-Muslim countries, by seeking to recruit youth and enlist the support of fringe terror groups operating in those countries.

"This massive gathering of Indian Muslims appeals to their co-religionists, especially the youth, to be wary of the propaganda and activities of the ISIS, and do their utmost to foil the nefarious attempts of this anti-Islamic group to disturb peace and tranquility and create ill-will and hatred against the Muslims among their compatriots in this great country," it added.

(With IANS inputs)

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