As part of the campaign, JIH will conduct special gatherings, public meetings, and seminars for youth to educate them on the un-Islamic nature of terrorist activities, JIH Telangana and Odisha Zone President Hamid Mohammed Khan told reporters here.
Papers will be circulated among masses regarding Islamic teachings about Khilafat, Islamic State, true concept of Jihad and the reality of (terror outfit) ISIS’s actions and its wrong teachings, Hamid said. Organizations like Al-Qaeda, Boko Haram and ISIS gave chance to say that Islam and Muslims don’t want peace in the world whereas these outfits don’t represent true Islam, he said.
Hamid said Jamaat completely denounces all such organizations and the excesses committed by ISIS have nothing to do with Islam. It should be noted that the maximum number of people killed by these terrorist organizations belong to Islamic faith only, he said.
Jamaat is of the opinion that the creation and existence of these organizations might be a deep conspiracy of the West to defame Islam and divide Muslims. JIH considers the ISIS to be a terror organization and declares that its activities are un-Islamic, he added.—SM/IINA