Asaduddin Owaisi On Al Qaeda Says No Need Of Terrorist On Prophet Mohammad Issue | Prophet Row: पैगंबर विवाद पर असदुद्दीन ओवैसी ने ली अलकायदा की क्लास, कहा
Asaduddin Owaisi: Asaduddin Owaisi (Al Qaeda) has reprimanded for threatening the terrorist organization Al-Qaeda in the case of controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad. On this matter, Owaisi has said that the name of the Prophet is high and there is no need for a terrorist organization like Al-Qaeda to protect it. It is to be known that BJP leader Nupur Sharma had made controversial remarks on Prophet Mohammad in a debate with a TV channel, after which Al-Qaeda threatened to explode in the country. Was.
Along with this, Owaisi took a dig at BJP’s Bhopal MP Pragya Thakur and said that Hindutvawadis should know that Islam rejects terrorism. He tweeted that Indian Muslims have consistently rejected fundamentalism and have never elected a UAPA accused as an MP.
Islam dislikes terror
Owaisi tweeted that the name of our prophet Mohammad is Buland and Bala. Terrorists like Al Qaeda are not needed for his defense. May Allah keep our country safe from those who spread chaos and defame the name of Islam. Hindutvaists should know that Islam dislikes terror. Hindustani Muslims have always supported the fundamentalists. The MP has never named the UAPA’s accused. On the other hand, PDP President Mehbooba Mufti said that whether it is the threat of Al Qaeda or any other organization, I condemn every kind of threat. But it is true that there is resentment among the entire Muslim community due to the remarks of the BJP spokesperson.
Al Qaeda’s statement should be condemned
Mehbooba Mufti said in gestures that they (Muslims) are hurt. We can tolerate anything, but cannot tolerate any wrong remarks about the Prophet. Former Jammu and Kashmir CM said on Al-Qaeda’s statement that as far as the threat of Al-Qaeda is concerned, I am afraid that this is another excuse for BJP to spread this thing. Will find that Hindus are in danger. Therefore the statement of Al Qaeda should be condemned.