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Muslims urged to sink their differences
By AM Abdussalam January 02, 2018
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KOZHIKODE: An urgent meeting of Samastha Kerala Jam-Iyyathul Ulema on Monday decided to seek explanation from two members of the Panakkad family, who attended the state meet of progressive Kerala Nadvatul Mujahideen, which concluded at Kooriyad in Malappuram district, on Sunday.

“The matter is of serious nature. We have held discussion on the issue,” Samastha president Syed Mohammed Jiffri Muthukoya Thangal told media persons on Monday.

Defending their decision to attend the Mujahid meet, Rashid Ali Thangal had said he attended the Mahal conference at the Mujahid venue in his capacity as chairman of Kerala State Waqf Board. Munavvar Ali Thangal said he participated in the Youth conclave as the state president of Muslim Youth League. In their speech at the conference, the duo called on Muslim community to sink their differences on various issues to face the threats of fascist forces, which are determined to destroy Muslims and their beliefs.

In a statement on Wednesday, Samastha leaders had drawn the attention of Thangal family members that there was no change in the Samastha’s policy that no one from their fold will associate or participate in the programme of the Mujahids and Jamaat-e-Islami.

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