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Jamiat Ahle Hadees to hold Peace and Humanity Conference in New Delhi

New Delhi: Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadees Hind, one of the oldest religious organization of Sunni Muslims in India will hold 34th All India Ahle Hadees Conference under the title “Restoration of World Peace and Protection of Humanity” on March 9-10 at Ramleela Ground in New Delhi.

Several prominent social, religious and spiritual figures from across the world including Imam of the Holy Kaaba are expected to attend the conference.

Addressing a press conference on Tuesday, Jamiat president Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mahdi Salafi said that the world is currently passing through hard times, conflict and hatred against each other in the name of religion have become a matter of great concern for mankind.

With the objective of combating the menace of terrorism and to promote national integrity, solidarity, brotherhood, peace and stability, Jamiat Ahle Hadith has decided to hold 2-days annual conference, Imam Mahdi said.

Imam Mahdi while referring to Jamiat Ahle Hadees fatwa against “terrorism” said that Jamiat was the first one to issue the fatwa against terrorism and this conference will be helpful to convey the message of peace and “enlighten the people about the deep-rooted conspiracy of the ISIS and similar organizations that are working to disrupt the social harmony and brotherhood”.

The conference will also highlight other social evils like bribery, drugs, alcohol, dowry and social issues like poverty, unemployment, pollution, global warming which are equally posing challenges to the society, he added.

General Secretary Maulana Muhammad Haroon Sanabili, Treasure Wakil Parwez, Delhi Jamiat chief Maulana Abdul Sattar, Bihar Jamiat chief Maulana Muhammad Ali Madani, Maulana Abdul Qudoos Umri etc. were present in the press conference.

In reply to a question, Jamiat President who attended recently held conference on Islamic heritage at Vigyan Bhawan which was addressed by the Jordan King Abdullah II and the Prime Minister Narendra Modi. When asked why none of the religious leader present there asked questions over the safety of the minority community to the Prime Minister, he defended himself saying he did not get the opportunity to speak.