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Sunday, March 21, 2010 10:16:30 PM, TCN
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Lucknow: The Executve Committee (EC) of the All India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) in its 21st annual convention on Sunday expressed concern over growing Indo-Israel relations.
"For Israel we should stick to Nehruvian era and follow the same approach. Following Gandhi's views, India should oppose the atrocities on Palestinian people," said Maulana Abdul Raheem Qureshi, the assitant general secretary of the board while interacting with reporters on the concluding day of the board's convention in Nadwatul Uloom on Sunday.
Qureshi also urged the Arab countries to rise above their differences and stand united against Israel onslaught. "They should strive towards increasing influence of US and Israel's occupation of Palestine lands besides liberating Masjid-e- Aqsa in Jerusalem," said Qureshi. He stated that presently Israel's intelligence agency Mosaad is working along with its Indian counterpart with access to bordering areas. He said that the close co-operation with Israel being done at the behest of USA should be stopped.
The board also announced to wage battle for redrafting the proposed Communal Violence Bill. "We will take the matter to roads, a meeting of our like minded groups will be soon held in Delhi to discuss the strategy," he said. MPs Mohd Adeeb and Shafeequr Rehman Barq have been assigned the task to garner support against the proposed bill. "The government should include our suggestions of fixing accountability of police and executive, proper relief and rehabilitation measures besides booking the perpetrators fo crime or withdraw the bill," said Qureshi.
The board also decried the branding of Muslims as terrorists by fake encounters and throwing them behind bars. "Only Muslims are at the receiving end and this is degrading their morale which is not good for the country," he said. Member, Zafaryab Jilani presented his report regarding the Babri Masjid case in the meeting and the board reteirated its demand for including the names of indicted persons as per Liberhan Commission report.
For the social reforms of muslims the board urged them to shun expensive marriages, abolish dowry and follow Darul Qaza thus reducing the unnecessary talaq issues among the community.
Board's stand :
1. Over Israel- India should end hobnobbing with the country and stand with Palestine. It should adopt the Nehru's pro-Palestine policy.
2. Communal Violence Bill- Redraft it by fixing accountability of police and executive, proper relief and rehabilitation measures besides booking the perpetrators for crime or withdraw the bill.
3. Terrorism-Put an end to Muslims youths being targeted in fake encounters while innocents are languishing in prison.
4. Arab countries-Stand united against Israel and USA. Strive for liberating Masjid-e-Aqsa and Palestine.
5. Babri Masjid-Include the names of those indicted by Liberhan Commission. Speed up the court process.
6.Indian Muslims-Stop inexpensive marriages, Dowry, unnecessary talaq. Follow Darul-Qaza and Shariah.
7. No comments-Women's Reservation Bill and Triple Talaq.
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