10 August, Mumbai
A resolution has been passed by Muslim clerics against the terrorist organisations active in Pakistan and Lashkar-e-Taiba (LeT) co-founder Hafiz Saeed, with the demand that Central and State governments should not interfere in Muslim religious affairs, at Madrassa Darul Uloom Ali Hasan Ahle Sunnat in Mumbai.
In special sessions of the Jashn-e-azmat-e-Ouran, thousands of Muslims clerics hailing from different states put their views from the Fatwa on suicide bombers and sent the resolution to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC).
The resolution appeals to the Counter-terrorism Committee of United Nations Security Council to pressurise Pakistan and all other terrorist outfits of the world, and to put a ban and take strict action against all of them, while also asking the Central and State Governments to not “interfere” in religious affairs and the Shariyat.
The resolution introduced by Dr. Abdur Rehman Anjaria (Head, Islamic Defence Cyber Cell) and seconded by Gazi-e-Islam Moulana Hashim Ashrafi Kanpuri and Mufti Mohammad Manzar Hasan Khan reads, “We request the world to understand that Islam is a complete religion, but we may not be complete human beings and if we commit a blunder, then please don’t relate our conduct to Islam and abuse it.”
The resolution also said that the Muslim clerics ‘condemn’ the terrorist organisations, which consider themselves as Islamic organisations, which are putting their appropriate efforts to defame Islam.