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Council of Indian Muslims (UK)  

CIM Deplore Attack on Temple in Bangladesh

London, 7 October, 2002: Council of Indian Muslims - (UK) has strongly deplored the attack on a Hindu temple and vandalism of idols in Bangladesh on Saturday.

"Attacks on places of religious worship of other faiths and hurting the feelings of religious minorities in a Muslim country is blatant disregard to the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) who clearly warned the Muslims by saying 'Any one who harasses dhimmies [non-muslims] has harassed me.'" CIM's chairman Munaf Zeena said in a statement today.

Quoting another saying of the Prophet (peace be upon him) that "If anyone harasses non-Muslims, on the day of judgement I will plead for these non-Muslims before Allah". Mr Zeena said "It is the duty of Bangladeshi Government and its clergies to educate their Islamic duties towards non-Muslim citizens."

"We expect Muslim countries to set a better example in their treatment of minorities." Zeena added.

He also said "Muslim rule in India spans 1000 years and if Muslims had adopted such bigoted approach not a single temple would have survived in the Indian sub-continent in those days when there was no UN to check their actions and no media to report their misdeeds."

"If the Muslims in Muslim countries treat their non-Muslim fellows like this then we see no difference between them and the Sangh Parivar and will be ashamed of calling such people as our brethren in faith". He further said.

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