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Charmonai Pir for united efforts against attacks on Islam


The Pir Shaheb of Charmonai Mufti Syed Razaul Karim on Sunday called for a united effort of the ulema against what her termed as planned attack against Allah Almighty and the Prophet of Islam by people petronised and protected by the government and said these are not consistent with that is professed by those in the corridors of power that be.
Addressing an iftar Mohfil of the Dhaka city unit of the Islami Andolan Bangladesh on the historic Badr Day, marking the first religious war won by the Prophet (SM) with only 313 soldiers, Mufti Razaul Karim strongly criticised the government for releasing latif Siddiqui and Abdul Gaffer Chowdhury for reportedly making harsh comments against Allah Almighty.These are planned attacks and the ulema should sit together to decide how to face them effectively. The Pir Shaheb said why there cannot be provisions in the Constitution against utterances against Allah if there were provisions to punish people for speaking against Sheikh Mujibur Rahman and Ziaur Rahman, he said.
Presided over by Hafez Moulana Hemayetuddin, president, Dhaka city unit of the party, the iftar Mohfil was also addressed by Moulana Mosaddeq Billah Al-Madani, Moulana Yunus Ahned, secretary general of IAB and Moulana Nurul Huda Fayezi and editor of GreenWatch Dhaka, Mostafa Kamal Majumder among others.
Moulana Mosaddeq Billah Al-Madani said that the utterances of Abdul Gaffar Chowdhury made in New York cannot be taken lightly because Bangladesh’s permanent representative Abdul Momin Chowdhury had been there and even gave him presents. Latif siddique was on the other hand set free instead of being punished for his outrageous comments against Hajj and the Prophet (sm), he added.
Memmbers of IAB earlier in the day brought out a procession near the Baitul Mukarram National Mosque in observance of the Badr Day. – Staff Reporter


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