World should unite against deep-rooted conspiracy against Kashmir, says Jamiat Ahle Hadees Kashmir


Srinagar – Scholars of Jamiat Ahle Hadees Jammu Kashmir and Ladakh urged all religious and social organizations to unite against the deep-rooted conspiracy carried out against innocent Kashmiris, at a Majlis Shoura convention on Sunday at Salafia Institute Paray Pora in Srinagar.

“The cold blooded killing of the blooming buds of the state should be stopped, and all the parties should come forward for the solution of the Kashmir issue,” said Professor Gulam Mohammed Bhat al-Madani, president of Jamiat Ahle-Hadees J&K.

“Putting more there 400 youths to eternal sleep in a short period of time, is really a point of concern for all of us,” he expressed.

He also added, “Mass-killing by unknown persons, putting the youths behind the bars, arresting the leaders, harassment by various agencies—have given rise to lawlessness throughout the whole state.”

He stressed for the permanent solution of the Kashmir issue that would end anarchy and lawlessness prevailing in the state.

Secretary General of JAH, Dr. Abdul Lateef al-Kindi, shared his experience of participating in the “Unity of Islamic Ummah” conference held in Saudi Arabia this month which was attended by over 1200 religious scholars and think-tanks from over 127 countries across the globe.

“It is really a point of honor for the Jamiat Ahle Hadees J&K to participate in the dignified convention,” Dr al-Kindi said.

Dr al-Kindi also raised the concerns to establish Trans-World Muslim University, and laid stress to remove any bottleneck that halts the process.

Mufti of JAH Moulana Mohammed Yaqood Baba al-Madani, organizer of JAH Shafat Ahmad Farooqi, Moulana Abdul Lateef Riyazi, Engineer Ashiq Hussain, Moulana Abdul Lateef Bhat, Nasrullah Bhat and other dignitaries also addressed the convention.

They expressed desire and urged JAH Jammu Kashmir to keep holding similar conventions in future in different parts of the state to create an educational environment.

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