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Published in the 1-15 Aug 2004 print edition of MG; send me the print edition

OPINION

Personal laws

It is ludicrous for a one-year old organisation promoted and presided by a self-professed ‘non-believer’, an atheist and Marxist, to challenge the right of an old established and most respected Muslim organisation, to speak and deliberate for India’s Muslim community in matters of community’s internal religious reforms. 

It is significant that the Left-dominated media, whenever appearing to be supporting the minority Muslim community, over its victimization by the Sangh Parivar, should start projecting nominally Muslims, demanding their pound of flesh, by claiming a seat at the table, where it is deemed to be professedly misfit, ideologically and historically antagonistic, could be thoroughly outvoted in any democratic numbers game and could lose the goodwill that is theirs to convert into political successes at the polls. 

Though the Left has come out with a decisive presence at the center, the road ahead for the united secular polity is still fraught with dangers. This is not a time to ‘win’ Muslim goodwill by antagonizing their majorities with abrasive media battles instigated by self-promoting adventurers.

Ghulam Muhammed
, Mumbai
ghulam_muhammed2@yahoo.co.in


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AIMPLB has posed a problem to all Indian Muslims. I feel greatly confused. The board which claims to be the representative of the whole Muslim community says things which are hard to digest. Triple talaq can never be based on divine injunctions. The board must either cease to claim the representative of the Muslim community or must employ more learned scholars who can reason. 
Humayun Manzer, New Delhi
h_manzer1@rediffmail.com

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