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Muslim Law Board is not going to Accept the Ayodhya Verdict


Questions which Needs to be answered by indians are

1) What is Muslim Law Board doing in India?
2)Who are represented by Muslim Law Board
3)Sunni Central Waqf Board

These three Questions need to be Answered by Hindus/Indians. IS This SHARIA LAW with nice words ?

HINDUS WAKE UP AND UNDERSTAND ISLAM

FORCED TO JOIN ISLAM — IF YOU LEAVE ISLAM THEN YOU WILL BE KILLED AND IF YOU DONT CONVERT TO ISLAM THEN YOU PAY PROTECTION MONEY KNOWN AS JAZIA TAX . MAFIA HIDING IN THE NAME OF RELIGION IS ISLAM..
WAKE UP INDIA…

http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Muslim-law-board-to-move-SC-against-Allahabad-HC-verdict-on-Ayodhya/articleshow/6759283.cms

LUCKNOW: The All India Muslim Personal Law Board on Saturday unanimously decided to challenge the Allahabad high court’s verdict on the Ayodhya title suits in the Supreme Court.

“During a meeting of the working committee, it was decided that the AIMPLB will move the Supreme Court directly or through the Sunni Central Waqf Board,” Board sources said here.

The 51-member committee discussed in detail the high court verdict. The Muslim Law Board members had earlier made it clear that the high court verdict was not acceptable to it as it was based on faith and not on evidence.

The Sunni Central Waqf Board had ruled out giving up claim on the mosque in Ayodhya and said that exploring possibilities for an amicable solution to the dispute without a concrete proposal was a “futile exercise”.

The Waqf Board also said that the proposal should be within the framework of Shariat (Islamic law) and felt that the threat by the oldest litigant, Mohammed Hashim Ansari, to pull out will have no impact on the case.

“This issue can only be sorted out when claim of Muslims is upheld. We can not surrender our claim,” the Board’s Counsel Zafaryab Jilani had said.

The Lucknow bench of the Allahabad high court had on September 30 directed that the 2.77-acre disputed land be divided in three parts among the Hindus and the Muslims. Of this, two parts go to Hindu organisations while the remaining to the Muslims.

Read more: Muslim law board to move SC against Allahabad HC verdict on Ayodhya – The Times of India http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/india/Muslim-law-board-to-move-SC-against-Allahabad-HC-verdict-on-Ayodhya/articleshow/6759283.cms#ixzz12XIfXQQc

  1. MFS
    October 17, 2010 at 7:11 am

    Hi.
    I would say “Why am i not surprised.”

    The Waqf Board also said that the proposal should be within the framework of Shariat (Islamic law).The Muslim Law Board members had earlier made it clear that the high court verdict was not acceptable to it as it was based on faith and not on evidence.
    They want the case trialed under Sharia law who’s a direct result of Islam but they don’t want a result based on faith?How do you combine these two?

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