On the last day of Urs-e-Razvi of Dargah Aala Hazrat in Bareilly, nearly 70,000 Muslim clerics from across the world came together and passed a fatwa against terrorist organizations like IS, Taliban and al-Qaida.
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Members of Dargah Aala Hazrat have been distributing forms among followers seeking signatures to show that those signing stand against terrorism and it gathered more than 15 lakh Muslims who have recorded their protest. Mufti Mohammed Saleem Noori, one of the clerics requested the media to stop calling terrorist groups “Muslim organizations”.Clerics also opposed the move by France and other countries to bomb Syria, saying innocent people, including women and children, have died in such strikes.
“It is written in the Quran that killing one innocent person is equivalent to killing all humanity.” Voiced another cleric.