AITUI challenges the Saudi Hegemony in Holy Places, Calls a National Conference on 16

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New Delhi. All India Tanzeem Ulama e Islam (AITUI) is organizing a National Conference on Tuesday on Saudi Politicisation of Holy Places. The eminent scholars will discuss to how to end the Saudi Arabian politics to use holy places as a tool for the domestic and diplomatic affairs. The event is scheduled at Ghalib Academy, Hazrat Nizamuddin area on Tuesday morning.

Mufti Ashfaq Hussain Quadri, Founding President of the Organisation told that Muslims in India are against the Saudi Arabian attitude to use holy places of Mecca and Madina for its domestic and domestic affairs of state. The Global Campaign to End Saudi Politicisation of Muslim Holy Places is the co host of the event. The dignitaries will discuss how the house of Saud has been dealing with Muslim holy places as if its personal properties. They ban many Muslim nations and groups performing their basic rights of worshiping which is enshrined and protected in Islamic and International laws, but through the imposing ‘mutawa’ (Religious Police) Saudi regime always ask to follow only Salafist theological performance.

Main Speaker and the organizer Mufti Ashfaq will speak on how the Saudi Royal family use Hajj and Umrah as a political tool against Muslim nations and groups including India. Syed Javed Naqshbandi Head of Darbar Ahle Sunnat will highlight the position of Islam and International law on banning people from performing their worshiping rights, while eminent writer and thinker Shahid Pradhan will focus on Muslims of India and how to face the Saudi challenges.

The gathering will be around 300 people, mostly scholars. All India Tanzeem Ulama e Islam will also declare the dates of agitation on the same issue.

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