Anti Terrorism Day


On the Arba'een/Chehlum of Imam Hussain(as) held on 3rd Dec 2015, New Delhi has witnessed an unparalleled unification of minds with leaders of different Muslim sects, other religious groups and representatives of various countries,  who are either victims of  'Daesh' terrorists or those who are decisively  fighting against the menace on the ground. The occasion was observed as "Anti-Terrorism Day". This huge public meeting was attended by foreign dignitaries including Dr. Raid Kamel Abbas, ambassador of Syria, Mr. Gholamreza Ansari, ambassador of  Iran, Mr. Mohd. Sabri, charge d' Affairs of Iraq and Mr. Evgeny Bezeka, second secretary in the embassy of Russian Federation.

Religious leaders and scholars including Maulana Kalbe Jawwad Naqvi, Acharya Pramod Krishnan, founder of Shri Kalki Foundation and Pitadhishwar of Kalkidham, Sambhal, UP. Maulana Tauqeer Raza Khan of Bareilly, Maulana Athar Abbas Rizvi of Kolkata, Mr. John Dyal, General Secretary of All India Christian Council,  Jb. Yayhya Bukhari, President of All India Majlis-e-Mushawarat, Advocate Mehmood Pracha, President of  South Asian Minorities Lawyers Association and Sant Krishna Saha Vidyarthi Maharaj.

All religious leaders, scholars and diplomats were unanimous in condemning Daesh and other terrorists groups. Anjuman E Haideri (regd.) also passed a resolution which called upon the international community to take all necessary measures to prevent and suppress terrorists acts on territory under its control. For the devotees present at this occasion this was not only to commemorate the sacrifice of Imam Hussain, it was also a way to show that they too stood against the terrorists activities.

 


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Edward Gibbon on Prophet Muhammad

(1737-1794) Considered the greatest British historian of his time.

 

q       "His (i.e., Muhammad's) memory was capacious and retentive, his wit easy and social, his imagination sublime, his judgment clear, rapid and decisive. He possessed the courage of both thought and action."

[History of the Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, London, 1838, vol.5, p.335]