President of Delhi-based Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind meets King Salman in Makkah


Makkah – King Salman bin Abdulazeez al-Saud of Saudi Arabia met Asghar Ali Imam Mehdi – president of Delhi-based Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind on Sunday during the “Unity of Islamic Ummah” conference held by Muslim World League in Makkah – Saudi Arabia.

The conference was attended by over 1200 religious scholars and think-tanks from around 127 countries across the globe.

It aimed at ensuring the unity, cooperation and coordination of the Muslim society against the modern day challenges and tirades.

King Salman urged all the religious scholars  to stand united in confronting the fierce campaign being unleashed against their religion, morals, culture and civilization.

King enthused the scholars to heal the rift threatening the Islamic Ummah, as well as to renounce discord.

“We hope firm knowledge will be used to dispel the rifts in the Ummah and realize its unity and solidarity for the betterment of the entire humanity,” he said.

Jamiat Ahle Hadees in India and Pakistan was formed at the request of founder of Saudi Arabia – King Abdulazeez bin Abdurrahman al-Saud – during the British-rule in India. The primary aim was to form an umbrella to unite the scholars.

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