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

UMI condemns American terrorism

New Delhi: United Muslim of India (UMI) organised a public meeting in Madrasa Misbahul Qur’an at Seelampur, East Delhi, on 30 May. Maulana Rauzuddin Qasmi presided over the meeting. Addressing the meeting he said that American terrorism was widespread and it was trying to control all countries of the world, especially the Muslim countries. Most of the financial resources of Arab countries and their rulers have been held to ransom by the Americans. He said that America is terrorising and misleading countries under the pretext of fighting Al Qaeda.

He said that in Afghanisatn peace has not returned after the American agression Thousands of innocent people have been killed due to the cruelty of America. As regards Iraq, he said that American barbarity had reached its climax in that country.

The chief guest, Wasi Ahmad Nomani appealed to all peace-loving citizens of the city to participate in protests against the American oppression in Iraq.

Most of the speakers praised the Congress-led UPA government’s common minimum programme and the government’s intention to abolish POTA. 

Nomani hoped that the way Muslims had been neglected, discouraged and made to consider themselves as second class citizens ever since Independence would now come to an end. He expressed satisfaction over the government’s decision to set up a special commission to look into the problems and difficulties of Muslims and suggest steps for redressal of their grievances.

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