Deoband (UP) – “I am told that I speak in a toxic manner. I am asked questions, but no one talks about people who spew venom. Attempts are being made to wipe off our very existence. We (Muslims) have a large population in this country. We will take initiative for the security of this country. If someone does not tolerate our religion, they should go elsewhere. We had a chance to go to Pakistan, but we did not go. Those who harp about Pakistan should go there themselves”, said Maulana Mahmood Madani (President of Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind), while speaking on the 2nd day of the Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind Conference. A resolution was passed against the Uniform Civil Code in this Conference. It was also said that no change in the Muslim Personal Law would be accepted and would be opposed, as well as interference in Sharia would not be accepted.
Madani said :
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1. We have also prepared the policies for the Uniform Civil Code. No matter what law is enacted, if Muslims decide to follow Sharia, no law can stop them. (The Government should take action against people who try to have a parallel judiciary to the Indian judiciary ! – Editor)
2. Everything can be compromised, but not our policies. The ideals we have set cannot be compromised. When we talk about the unity of the country, it is our duty. We’re happy if our blood is shed for the security of the country. (The number of Muslims shedding blood for the country is very small. Madani should also explain why the number of those who speak the language of dividing the country, spreading poison in society and risking the lives of Hindus is more ! – Editor)
3. Maulana Madani said that you should stop intimidating your own people and also those who you do not consider your own. We are no different. This country is ours. We know the responsibility we have towards this country. We will fulfil it without compromise. Our religion is different, our attire is different. If you don’t like it, then go somewhere else. (This land belongs to Hindus. Hindu culture and traditions have been observed here since times immemorial. in view of this, such is the arrogant language of those who try to show their separate existence by wearing particular clothes in public places due to religious fanaticism ! – Editor)
4. The Jamiat Ulema-e-Hind said that a campaign is being run against Gyanvapi Mosque, Eidgah Mosque in Mathura and other mosques. This is detrimental to the peace and integrity of the country. We want to tell those in power that perpetuating the differences in history is not conducive to peace and harmony in the country. (Hindus are fighting in various Courts to get back what belongs to them. Not Hindus, but those who have demolished Hindu temples and built mosques, are trying to spoil the environment here ! – Editor)