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2006: Indian Muslim Press Statements
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British Indian Muslims Deplore Malegaon Bombing

London, 9 September, 2006: Council of Indian Muslims — UK (CIM) has strongly deplored the bombing near a Mosque in Malegaon in which 38 Muslims were killed yesterday.

“This is an extremely cowardly and outrageous act. Like all previous acts of terrorism this is also the work of devilish forces aiming at destroying communal fabric of Indian society. They have cleverly chosen the time when Vande-Matram controversy is on so that the fire ignited by them in Malegaon spreads everywhere in India.” CIM’s Chairman Munaf Zeena said in a statement issued today.

“We have always maintained that Indian society is too mature to fall into the trap of these conspirators. Terrorists have failed in the past and God-willing they will fail again. They have failed to put the slightest dent on inter-communal relations after 7/7 in London or in Mumbai recently. These two experiences show that for diverse societies maturity, patience and wisdom is the most effective weapon to defeat terrorism.” Mr Zeena added.

“Our hearts go with the families of those who became the victims of this savagery. May Allah bless them with huge rewards and their families with the courage and perseverance to bear such a loss.

“This is very unfortunate that in none of the previous such incidents have the Indian Government set up a public inquiry. How can the Government cure the disease when it does not even know the nature of the ailment? Therefore, in order to curb the disease of terrorism we urge the Government to set up a public inquiry and punish those found responsible for the crimes.”

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