Asaduddin Owaisi speaks out, “Prophet Muhammad PBUH is exalted and does not need terrorists like Al Qaeda to defend it”

Asaduddin Owaisi’s remarks against Al Qaeda; Owaisi mentioned in the FIR launched by Delhi Police.

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Its been almost a day since suicide bombing threats were made by the Al-Qaeda leadership based in India. Which emerged after the controversial statements made by two BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar. In this regard, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi on Wednesday mentioned that the Indian Muslims have rejected radicalization which was mentioned of in the the letter from Al – Qaeda threatening to spread terror seeking revenge. 

“The name of our Prophet Muhammad PBUH is exalted and does not need terrorists like Al Qaeda to defend it. May Allah SWT protect our country from the khawarij who spread violence and besmirch Islam’s name. Hindutvavadis should know that Islam rejects terrorism”. Mr. Owaisi later tweeted in response to the letter. 

Mr. Owaisi had also mentioned that “Hindutvadis should know that Islam rejects terrorism”. 

In the latest development, AIMIM Chief Asaduddin Owaisi has also been mentioned in the FIR launched by Delhi Police. As one of the parties who had spread hatred by delivering “inflammatory remarks”. Owing to this announcement AIMIM supporters have taken to the streets as they protest against the decision. 

The leader had previously accused the ruling party by commenting that the BJP only took action against Nupur Sharma after “something happened in Qatar, Saudi Arabia, or Bahrain,”. And questioned why she had not been suspended sooner for her remarks made against the Prophet.

The case made against the BJP spokespeople is proving to be a growing issue for the government. As the case continues to receive a lot of international attention. As well as creating disharmony among the communities in the country. The Gulf, Middle East as well as Asian Islamic countries continue to use diplomatic means of envoys. As well as ambassadors to convey their protest on the remarks made on Prophet Muhammad.