Let’s learn lesson from past incidents and mistakes of Kashmir’s history:Waseem Reza

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Let’s learn lesson from past incidents and mistakes of Kashmir’s history:Waseem Reza

Islam religion of peace and mercy, threats of beheading on the base of differnces highly condemnable

Srinagar May 15: Seminary student of Al Mustafa (Pbuh) Interntional University Waseem Raza on Monday said that Zakir Musa’s statament depicts extremism and such thoughts could only defame the identity of Islam and Kashmir.

In a joint statement He said that Threats of beheading on account of moderate is highly condemnable as there may be possiblity of differences in opinion but we all belong to one nation and on humatarian base we have to promote peace, brotherhood and security within eachother.

He said Islam is the religion of peace and Holy Prophet (Pbuh) is the mercy for all mankind ISIS, Daesh, Taliban and Alqaeda created by imperialistic powers to divert attention from zionist israel.These outfits on the name of islam badly wounded Ummah and also responsible for destablizing peace in Muslim countries. As a muslim our duty is to pretend real image of islam and kashmiriyat.

He further added that Surely kashmir issue demands logic based movement but our leadership sacrificed a lot for its solution. In Kashmir our intelligensia and acedemia like Mirwaiz Farooq sahb, Dr.Guru sahb , Gani Lone sahb, Moulana Showkat Shah sahb and others became the victim of hatred and grudges. Let’s not forget the wounds of mothers whose sons were laid down by security force, militants and un-identified gunmens in the history of kashmir.We need to learn the lessons from past incidents and stop acting  overselves to be the knowing and unknowing agents of enemies.Time demands the awakening about the conspiracies of US-Israel and their allies against Islam, unity and humanity.

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