Dismiss PIL on Quran right away and nip mischief in the bud: Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind pleads Supreme Court

By Special Correspondent New Delhi: Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind(M) on Thursday appealed to the Supreme Court to dismiss the mischievous  petition on Quran  in the very  first very hearing and to stamp out this fitna (mischief) in the bud. It also fellow community leaders and members keep in mind the decorum of the Holy Qur’an and do not do anything which can pave the way for court intervention as matters of faith are beyond the jurisdiction of the courts. In joint statement, Jamiat President Maulana Qari Syed Muhammad Usman Mansoorpuri and General…

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Countries hosting refugees need more support: UN

Responding to tragedy of 21st century and assisting refugees must be global, shared responsibility, says UN representative Ankara: A UN representative said Thursday that more support should be provided to Turkey and other countries hosting Syrians due to the coronavirus pandemic’s heavy burden on refugees as well as the countries hosting them. “We advocate for more support to be provided by the international community to Turkey and also to all neighboring countries hosting Syrians in this 11th year,” Philippe Leclerc, the Representative of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in…

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Hundreds protest outside Jama Masjid against Waseem Rizvi’s Quran petition

New Delhi: Hundreds including several Muslim clerics and distinguished persons staged a protest march condemning Waseem Rizvi’s dubious demand to remove 26 Koranic verses. The protest march began at the historical Jama Masjid after the Friday prayers and proceeded towards Supreme Court of India in the capital. The participants called for Rizvi’s social boycott. They alleged he was involved in looting Waqf properties for several years while working as Chairman of Central Shia Wakf Board of Uttar Pradesh. In a press release, Zahrul Hasan, a senior office bearer of the Injuman-e-Haideri…

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