Muslims have expressed serious concern over the alleged role of Christian missionaries in converting young Kashmiri Muslim boys and girls to Christianity.
“ Otherwise, Idara Tahqeeqate-e-Imam Ahmad Raza Baramulla Kashmir will convene a joint session of Ulema and Muftis on November 11 and issue a fatwa(decree) for social boycott against these converts,”
He said the Ulema and the people Of J&K will not remain silent over the activities of Christian missionaries. “ They are luring young Muslims with money to convert and we will go to any extent to stop their activities,” he said.
Mudasir Naqshbandi said, being a Muslim majority state, liquor should have been banned in Jammu and Kashmir. “Instead, the government under a well planned conspiracy is promoting liquor among youth ,”
He said it was ironic that the government had allowed a liquor shop opposite the Children’s hospital in Sonawar. “If the government doesn’t revoke the license of the liquor shop, would take to the streets,” he said.
He appealed youth to follow the footsteps of Hazrat Amir Kabeer, Sheikh Noor-ud-Din Noorani, Sarkary Ala Hazrat Imam Ahmad Raza (Alhi Rehma)and fight the conspiracies being hatched against Islam.