Hate cannot be countered through hate: Jamiat chief Mahmood Madani

Regarding kill Udaipur And other incidents that followed the dispute Controversial statements against the Prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him. Maulana Mahmud Madani, head of the prominent Islamic organization, Jamaat Ulama India, said on Wednesday that such reactions are not permitted in Islam, and hatred cannot be countered with hate.

Speaking at “Sadbhavna Sammelan” organized by the association at its headquarters here, he said those giving such reactions are “dishonest”.
“The conditions prevailing in the country, if they continue like this, the loss will be for the country, not for any particular religion or society,” Madani said.

He said it is the dream of the government and influential people in the country for India to leave its mark as a “Vishwaguro (global leader)”, adding that India has the right to become a “Vishwaguro” but that right is being snatched away. Far by “hate dealers”.

In an apparent reference to the Udaipur incident in which Khayat was brutally beheaded by two men who said they were taking revenge for insulting Islam, and some other incidents that followed arrested BJP leader Nupur Sharma’s statements against the Prophet, Madani said: “If someone says it is a reaction to the did, this person is dishonest.” Islam does not give permission for this kind of reaction. Hate cannot be stopped with hate. In the event of a fire, water is needed. He said that hatred will not be countered with hate but through love.

The remarks also come in the wake of the murder of Amravati resident chemist Umesh Kulhi, where Amrawati police found links between social media posts supporting Sharma and his murder.

Jain religious leader Acharya Lokesh Muni and representatives of the Sikh, Christian and Buddhist communities also participated in the program. Takes

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