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Stage set for Jamiat Ahle Hadees conference in Malegaon

Wednesday February 22, 2012 02:56:58 PM, Staff Reporter

Dy Sup of Police Malegaon, Yogesh Chavan visiting the venue of the conference. On his left is President of Jamiat Ahelhadees Maharashtra Dr Saeed Ah Faizee.


Malegaon: With an aim to highlight importance of the Life and Traditions of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him), and propagate the message of peace and justice, Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra is organising a day-long conference on February 26 at SM Khaleel Hisgh School ground in Malegaon.


"The life of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) is a model for every Muslim. Adopting to the glorious teachings and traditions of the Prophet (peace be upon him) can solve many of the problems which the world is facing toady", Abu Rizwan Mohammadi, Gen Secretary of Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra said while detailing the motives behind the conference.


"The aim of the conference is to highlight this message and also to guide the masses how by adopting the teachings of the Prophet they can become a better citizen", he said while addressing a press conference today afternoon.


Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra, the organiser of the conference, is one of the two Maharashtra units of the Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind which has over 3 crore followers all across the country.


The Jamiat, which has a long history in India - before and after independence, is also known for its contributions during the freedom struggle of the country.


"Renowned scholars from various parts of the country are expected to address the conference which will be attended by delegations from all across Maharashtra and neighboring states", he said.


Meanwhile, preparations for the day-long conference titled as Itteba-e-Sunnat conference are in the final stages. A huge pendal to accommodate more than 5000 people expected to come from various parts have already been erected.


"Preparations to provide other facilities are also underway and they will be completed before time", Tarique Mehmood, who is leading the team of volunteers busy since last more than two weeks, said while speaking to









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