Muslim group condemns OIC for appointing envoy in Kashmir

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Source: http://twocircles.net/2009oct05/muslim_group_condemns_oic_appointing_envoy_kashmir.html October 5, 2009 By Mumtaz Alam Falahi, TwoCircles.net, New Delhi: All India Muslim Unity Front staged a demonstration in New Delhi today to protest the move of the Organization of Islamic Countries (OIC) to appoint a special envoy in Jammu and Kashmir. While terming the move as “blatant interference in the internal affairs of India”, the Front condemned OIC and suggested it “to take care of Muslims in other parts of the world like Iraq, Afghanistan and Pakistan where they are in worse condition.” The protestors were shouting slogans against OIC and reiterating that Kashmir is an integral part of India. “Down with OIC,” “Stop meddling in the internal affairs of India” and “Kashmir is our integral part” were some of the slogans. They were holding placards with…
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Muslim groups call for post “9/11” like action

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Source: http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-muslim-groups-call-for-post-911-like-action-1211689 Fri, 5 Dec 2008-08:42pm , PTI Muslim organisations Friday took out a march in national capital demanding a "stern action" by the government against terrorist camps operating from Pakistan. Members of All India Shia-Sunni Front (AISSF), All India Muslim Unity Front and All India Babri Masjid Re-Building Committee also asked the government to stop all negotiations with the Pakistani government till it does not hand over those behind the Mumbai carnage. "We are requesting the government to stop all peace talks with Pakistan which is providing shelter to those involved in the killing of innocent people in India," AISSF General Secretary Z Ahmed Chamman told reporters. In a memorandum to President Pratibha Patil, the demonstrators urged her to order the armed forces to eliminate terror camps operating from…
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Muslim front holds dharna

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Source: http://www.thehindu.com/2004/12/07/stories/2004120704031000.htm Online edition of India's National Newspaper Tuesday, Dec 07, 2004 By Our Staff Reporter NEW DELHI, DEC. 6. On the occasion of the 12 anniversary of the demolition of the Babri Masjid, the All-India Muslim Unity Front (AIMUF) today held a demonstration-cum-dharna at Jantar Mantar here, demanding that the mosque be rebuilt at its original site in Ayodhya. Addressing the demonstrators, the president of AIMUF, Mohammad Younus Siddiqui, said the Bharatiya Janata Party, the Vishwa Hindu Parishad, the Bajrang Dal and the Shiv Sena together demolished the Babri Masjid in violation of the Constitution, law and order and judiciary. Besides seeking a ban on these political parties and cultural organisations, the AIMUF in a memorandum to the President, A.P.J. Abdul Kalam, demanded the rebuilding of the Babri Masjid…
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Babri Masjid Demolition Anniversary

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Source: http://muslimobserver.com/babri-masjid-demolition-anniversary By Nilofar Suhrawardy, MMNS NEW DELHI, 13 December, 2007: Fifteenth anniversary of Babari Masjid demolition last week (December 6) was marked by a mixed reaction across the country. While several Muslim groups held demonstrations demanding reconstruction of the mosque, a few Hindu organizations celebrated the day as their victory. The issue dominated the proceedings in the Parliament, while the people in Ayodhya, where the mosque stood, expressed their desire for peace. With the demolition having led to communal clashes across the country, tight security was maintained particularly in communally sensitive areas. No untoward incidents were reported from any part of the country. The common people in Ayodhya seem fed up with the way politicians continue to exploit the issue. In their opinion, a permanent solution may help normalcy return…
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Muslim groups urge Prez to refer all Babri Masjid cases to SC

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New Delhi: A day ahead of the anniversary of Babri mosque demolition, two Muslim groups urged President Pranab Mukherjee to refer all the cases related to Babri Masjid-Ram Janmbhoomi dispute to the Supreme Court and demanded that the hearing be done in a time-bound manner. New Delhi, 5 December, 2014: A day ahead of the anniversary of Babri mosque demolition, two Muslim groups urged President Pranab Mukherjee to refer all the cases related to Babri Masjid-Ram Janmbhoomi dispute to the Supreme Court and demanded that the hearing be done in a time-bound manner. Members of All India Babri Masjid Rebuilding Committee (AIBMRC) and All India Muslim Unity Front (AIMUF), who staged a protest here at Jantar Mantar today, said any decision taken by the apex court will be acceptable to…
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WEAK RESPONSE TO TERROR ACTS, INDIAN MUSLIMS UNHAPPY OVER LEADERS: WIKILEAKS

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Source: HTTP://ARCHIVE.SIASAT.COM/NEWS/WEAK-RESPONSE-TERROR-ACTS-INDIAN-MUSLIMS-UNHAPPY-OVER-LEADERS-WIKILEAKS-216284/ September 6, 2011 Lucknow, September 06: After 2006 Mumbai blasts, the US embassy conducted an informal survey of Muslim contacts from Lucknow and some other cities to assess the 'communal tension' in the Hindi belt of north India, particularly Uttar Pradesh. All India Minorities Front General secretary Mohammad Yunus Siddiqui urged Indians not to allow SIPDIS terrorism to disrupt “communal harmony” and urged stronger security measures to “foil attacks against the people”. Lucknow, September 06: After 2006 Mumbai blasts, the US embassy conducted an informal survey of Muslim contacts from Lucknow and some other cities to assess the ‘communal tension’ in the Hindi belt of north India, particularly Uttar Pradesh. The survey found that Muslims were uneasy over the silence of their leaders and feared a backlash from Hindu…
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No Black Day on Babri Masjid demolition anniversary: Muslim body

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PTI | Dec 5, 2008, 05.32 PM IST NEW DELHI: A Muslim body fighting for rebuilding of Babri Masjid in Ayodhya will not observe a 'Black Day' tomorrow to protest the demolition of Babri Masjid to express solidarity with the victims of "Pakistan-sponsored" Mumbai terror attacks. The All India Babri Masjid Re-building Committee (AIBMRC) said it will, instead, send a memorandum to President Pratibha Patil urging her to order the rebuilding of Babri Masjid at its original site in Ayodhya or refer all disputes related to the issue to a Supreme Court for final order. "We will not observe Black Day tomorrow as is the practice for the past 15 years. We will also not be holding any demonstration due to the recent Pakistan sponsored terrorist attacks in Mumbai and…
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Qatar will emerge stronger despite of blockade: Muslim Unity Front

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Report Voice of Millions, News Agency New Delhi, Friday, 21 July, 2017: Mr. Mohammed Younus Siddiqui, President, All India Muslim Unity Front in a press statement issued today said that the Government of the Saudi Arabia hatched a conspiracy with the support of United Arab Emirates (UAE), Bahrain and Egypt to destabilise His Highness Mr. Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani, Emir of the State of Qatar under the false allegations of Qatar support to terrorism. These countries wanted to topple the Emir of Qatar or to weaken him after getting the international support, but they could not get the support of international community in favour of blockade of Qatar. The Saudi Arabia Monarch and Government after offering the huge financial support got the support of few small countries like Libya's eastern-based…
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Muslim Unity Front appeal to the Muslim community to build bridges with fellow countrymen

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New Delhi, 12 August, 2017: Mr. Mohammed Younus Siddiqui, President, All India Muslim Unity Front (AIMUF) has appealed to the Muslim community in India to build bridges with fellow countrymen and spurn instigation in the face of growing incidents of lynching and mob violence in different parts of the country. Addressing a press conference on Saturday, on 12 August, 2017, at the Front Office in New Delhi, the Front appeal to Muslim community of India and Muslim youth, in particular that the Muslim youth should not get depressed and lose heart. The Muslim Youth should avoid being instigated and avoid giving any emotional reactions. The communal elements want Muslims to either get disheartened or lose hope or should become isolated from the mainstream in this country. We should not use…
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