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With Rise of MNCs Israeli Influence is Increasing: Seminar

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, by ABDULLAH

With the growth of multinational companies in our country the Israeli influence is increasing day by day; they are influencing national policies as well. These views were expressed by Maulana Khalid Rashid Farangi Mahli, Imam Idgah, Lucknow while addressing a seminar on “Contemporary Problems of Muslims in India” at Mughal Darbar Hall in Barabanki, Uttar Pradesh on 21 April.

Speaking as Chief Guest, Maulana Khalid Rashid said the Muslims are suffering from three types of problems, global, national and regional. He further said that at the time of independence 37% of Muslims were employed in government services but now the ratio has come down to 3%. Muslims developed their industries and established their own businesses, but they too were destroyed in communal riots, pushing Muslims back by many decades.

In 1992 due to new economic policies Muslim youth joined multinational companies but the communal forces could not digest their high positions and prosperity and they changed their strategy. With the help of state agencies they started targeting doctors, engineers, computer experts and brilliant young boys employed by multinational companies. They were implicated in concocted cases of terrorism and anti-national activities.

The Maulana demanded that Justice Ranganath Mishra Commission recommendations should be implemented forthwith and 10% reservation be given to the Muslims, mosques under the control of Archaeological Survey of India be restored to the Muslims for offering prayers, and fast track courts be established to try the Muslim youths involved in terrorism charges. He welcomed the decisions of U.P. government to give funds for erecting boundaries around Muslim graveyards and recognise the degree of Urdu Muallim.

President of Sir Syed Awareness Forum, Dr. Shakeel Samdani of Aligarh Muslim University said the reason of Muslim backwardness is that they have distanced themselves from Islam and they have forgotten the teachings of the Qur’ān and Hadith and due to that they have become backward in education also. When they had been practising Islamic teachings, they conquered the entire Asia, Africa, parts of Russia, China and about 1/3rd of Europe and remained super power in the world for about 800 years. Now it is time to restore the root of success, that is, Islam.

Dr. Samdani said state governments and the central government are adopting double standard as far as justice is concerned. In many cases they have filed charge sheets and tried their best to convict the accused and in other cases they have not even filed the charge sheets, hence, no question of conviction of the criminals. He said that the overwhelming majority of Muslims wants to give education to their children but due to high cost of education they are unable to educate their children.

Dr. Samdani further said that our political leaders have cheated us. Had they discharged their duties honestly, the community would not have faced these problems. “Generally speaking, Muslim leadership is selfish, dishonest and insensitive. The time has come to produce honest, dedicated and god fearing leadership. Now it is high time that the Muslims should start educational institutions from primary to university levels,” he maintained. He also said that it is our Milli duty to help those innocent persons who are languishing in jails for years. Dr. Samdani exhorted the Muslims to fight for Muslim issues united especially for reservation, for security, for education and for Muslim Personal Law.

DIG. (Rtd.) GSR Darapuri, while addressing the seminar, alleged that as part of larger conspiracy, minorities, especially Muslims are being targeted and they have been given the title of terrorists. He said that, within minutes of any blast the media starts telling the nation about the name of the terrorist organisations. Dr. Darapuri said that he himself was a police officer and he knows well that investigation is a long process and sometimes it takes years to identify the culprits. In the last he said that the biggest incident of terrorism was the demolition of Babri Mosque and this is a sad story that the culprits of the demolition became the rulers of the country.

Maulana Habib Qasmi said the defence of Muslim community is only undertaken by Urdu newspapers and the newspapers of other languages do not discharge their duties. In his presidential speech, Maulana Mati-ul-Haq Usama Qasmi Kanpuri said it is our duty to unite ourselves against tyranny and injustice. He also requested the audience to acquire legal knowledge so that they may be aware of their fundamental rights.

The seminar was attended by Maulana Mushtaq Nadvi, Dr. Anis Ahmad and Randhir Singh Suman Advocate. Mohd Wasim Rayin, Randhir Singh Suman Advocate and Maulana Akhlaq Nadvi welcomed the guests by presenting flower bouquets. The programme was jointly conducted by Imran Ahmad and Maulana Asrar Warsi.

In the last convener of the programme, Mohd. Wasim Rayin proposed vote of thanks. The important dignitaries who attended the seminar were Siddiq Pahalwan, Choudhary Kalim Usmani, Pervez Qidwai, Hafiz Ilyas, Sufi Abd-ur-Rahman Ansari, Atiq-ur-Rahman Ansari, Anwar Mehbub, Mohd. Shakeel, Abdul Tawwab Ansari, Iqbal Qidwai, Principal Jalalyar Khan, Mazhar Aziz and Irfan Ansari.  



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