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Prophet's life best example to follow, hundreds vowed at Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra conference

Monday February 27, 2012 03:40:59 PM, Staff Reporter

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Malegaon: Not any misconception. There are in fact deliberate and consistent efforts all over the world including India to defame Islam and Muslims, and link them to violence and terrorism, scholars said during the Jamiat Ahle Hadees conference held in Malegaon Sunday.


"Islam means SALAM... Peace. Not just the name, Islam is actually all about peace and harmony", Secretary General of Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind, Asghar Ali Imam Mehdi said while delivering the presidential address at the day-long conference titled 'Itteba-e-Sunnat Conference' organised by Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra at SM Khaleel High School ground.


"Islam has equated killing of one innocent person with the killing of the entire humanity. Along with drawing this parallel, it strictly refrains its followers from indulging in any kind of violence", he said.


"Against this clear rule, the madness and the killings we are witnessing today by the terrorists are just impossible by any true Muslim", he said even as hundreds of delegates coming from different parts of Maharashtra and neighboring states nodded in agreement.


"It is the Islam which had given the lessons of peace and harmony to the world which otherwise was full of violence and disturbance", he said.


Earlier, highlighting the importance of unity and discipline in an organisation, Muqueem Faizee, head of Islamic studies at Iqra International School Mumbai said that there were instances showing differences among the people during the life of Prophet Mohammad (peace be upon him) and also after his death. "But never ever he or his companions allowed these differences to be used as a tool to create trouble", he said.


"The life of the prophet is the best example for everyone of us to follow", he said urging the gathering to find solutions of their problems in the teachings of the prophet.


Throwing light on the responsibilities of a couple after marriage, Ab Haseeb Madani said that Islam had given clear guidelines for a married life and also the responsibilities of a husband and a wife, towards each other.


About, marrying more than once, he said that the permission had been granted but it was not new in Arab or other parts of the world.


Stating that marrying more than once has always been a practice, he said, "Even in ancient India ad now, we see people having more than one wife. The fact is that Islam has restricted it to a limit by allowing to marry four wives."


"Moreover", he said, "This permission is also granted with a strict instruction. If a person cannot do justice with more than one wife, he should refrain from marrying more than one wife."


On the occasion, the website of Akhbar-e-Aslaf -

was inaugurated by Jamiat Ahle Hadees Maharashtra president Dr Saeed Ah Faizee. Launched sixteen years back, Akhbare Aslaf is the fortnightly newspaper of the Jamiat.


The confernce was broadcast live on internet and local TV channels.









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