All India Imam Organization chief denounces ‘al-Qaeda conspiracy to divide India’

After al-Qaeda leader Ayman al-Zawahiri urged Indian Muslims to react to ‘oppression’ in reference to Karnataka High Court verdict on hijab, the chief imam of the All India Imam organization, Dr. Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi, on Wednesday denounced the terror group, saying that these groups outside India are trying to sow hatred and unrest in the country.

Addressed exclusively to Republic Media NetworkDr Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi said: “These powerful foreign groups are trying to spread hatred in this country. Al-Qaeda always comes out of hiding, makes a statement, then disappears. They want to break up our country, but Indian Muslims are no fools.”

He added, “Indian Muslims are mature enough to understand that these are terrorist organizations and they are well aware of the intentions, so Indian Muslims will not fall for these words so easily. , I would still like to appeal to all Muslims here not to be influenced by such foreign terrorist organizations and focus on the development of our own country. This kind of statements by Al Qaeda is a conspiracy to divide us and stop the development of the country.

It is pertinent to mention that in February, Imam Umer Ahmed Ilyasi condemned the outbreak of the “hijab controversy” in Karnataka, saying there had been an attempt to “slander” the government. The chief imam had said that the nation must be a priority for the citizens and that attempts to politicize the issue must be stopped.

Al-Qaeda incites Indian Muslims

According to a 9-minute video titled “India’s Noble Woman” released by state media Shabab Al-Qaeda on Tuesday, Zawahiri hailed Muskan Khan, the student from Karnataka who had hired students opposing the that she was in a burqa and shouted “Allahu”. Akbar’ by challenge.

Claiming the Hijab row had exposed the reality of ‘Hindu India’, he argued that Khan had given a moral lesson to other women who have an inferiority complex towards the West . In the video, the terrorist also recited and dedicated a poem to congratulate the student. On this occasion, he also castigated France, Holland and Switzerland for banning the hijab and criticized Bangladesh and Pakistan for being allies of the West.

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