Pairwan-e-Vilayat conference pitches for unity among Muslims
Tuesday, 19 06 2012 09:50
SRINAGAR, June 18: At a time, when different quarters are alleging “inimical forces” of sowing the seeds of sectarian discord in Kashmir, Imambara Khandah in central Kashmir’s Budgam laid all such fears to rest as a Shai-Sunni unity was lectured to a large gathering by renowned scholars of both the sects.
The scholars stressed on forging close amity and unity among the sects so that Kashmir-basking in the glory of being home to communal harmony maintains its status in this regard. They urged the Muslim Ummah to follow the teachings of Prophet Mohammad (SAW) so that Islam achieves newer heights across the world.
Notably, Pairwan-e Vilayat Jammu and Kashmir, headed by young Shia leader of Kashmir Moulana Sibt-e-Mohammad Shabir Qummi-in connection with Meraj-e Alam (SAW)-organized a daylong Islamic Unity Conference at Central Imambara at Khandah, Budgam.
The seminar was presided over by renowned Islamic scholar of the valley, Moulana Wali Mohammad. Speaking on the occasion, former Hurriyat Conference chairman and patron Ittihad-ul Muslimeen, Maulana Mohamamd Abbas Ansari urged the Muslims to make the life of Prophet Mohammad (SAW) as the centre of their unity to attain highest form of success and prosperity.
Speaking on the occasion, Mirwaiz central Kashmir, Moulana Syed Abdul Lateef Bukhari stressed the need for unity and intellectual harmony among the Muslims. He urged people to adhere to the teachings of Islam.
In his address, patron, Karwan-e Islami, Moulana Ghulam Rasool Hami said the reason for the plight of Muslims presently is to avoid following teachings of Prophet Mohammad (SAW).
He appreciated the efforts of Moulana Sibt-e Mohammad Shabir Qummi, and said that similar conferences should be organized Valley wide to bridge the gap between Muslims.
Member World Forum for Proximity of Islamic Schools of Thought, Hajj Abdulhussain Mossvi Kashmir, Asghar Karbalai of Imam Khomeini Memorial Trust Kargil, patron Anjuman-e Moin-ul Islam, Aga Syed Mohammad Sibtein Moosvi, Moulana Maqbool Hussain Joo, Maulana Rafiq Ahmed Wani also spoke on the occasion, and emphasized the need for unity among the Muslims as need of the hour.