Maulana Asghar Imam Mahadi Salafi, General Secretary, Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth, led a delegation on July 8,2012 to the affected areas of Bihar, especially Barhsamaila (Darbhanga) and gave its report after the touring. He demanded that the chain of illegal arrests and imprisonment of innocent Muslim Youths by Delhi and Karnataka police forces on the pretext of terrorism must be stopped. The hate campaigns especially in police force should be legally banned and heavy penalties should be imposed on common elements who commit crime in the name of fighting crimes.
Dr. Yunus Arshad Balrampuri, a well known writer and poet of national repute, deputy Ameer, Punjab unit of Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth passed away on March 11, 2012. He was approximately 65 years old. He is survived by wife, three sons and three daughters.
He was born on August 21, 1948 at Balrampur (UP). He started his early education at Madrasa Faize Aam, Mau, then Jamia Salafia Benaras of Darse Nizami. He got his professional degree of B.U.M.S. from Tibya College, Delhi and as a medical officer devoted his time to serve the nation and humanity in Punjab.
After retirement from government service on August 31, 2006 he opted to reside permanently at Maler Kotla (Punjab)
The General Secretary, Maulana Asghar Imam Mahadi Salafi, in his condolence message to the family, expressed shock over his death and appreciated his Jamaati services and tireless endeavours for the cause of Islam.
General Secretary, Maulana Asghar Ali Imam Mahadi Salafi, in a statement while expressing his great concern over the efforts being made to spread hatred among Muslims of India in the name of Wahabism said that the terms “Wahabi” and “Whabism” are the product of the British mind which it had coined them to create and promote dissensions and disputes between Indians and to punish those people who were taking an active part in the Indian freedom movement. Hence at that time “Wahabis” and “rebels of British government” were considered this word worthy of attention nor did Muslim use it for themselves. It is, however, a fact that these very people were always in the forefront in liberating this country from British imperialism. It is also an undeniable historical fact that the main mission of these people was to present Islam among the ‘Ulama in the same spirit and form in which it was in the days of the Holy Prophet’s (صلى الله عليه وسلم) companions, and which was a blessing, guarantor of peace, embodiment of clear teachings of the Holy Quran and Hadeeth and quite simple, free from all adulterations alterations and free from un-Islamic customs and of violence, differences and extremism. Therefore, the rhetoric from Muslim Maha-pan-Chayat is in no way correct, just and in the interest of the country and nation but harmful from all aspects.
A Three day training programe of Madani Ulama and Islamic Workers from India and Nepal, under the supervision of Markazi Jamiat Ahle Hadeeth Hind, took place in Delhi on 18-20 October, 2011.
The Theme of the Training Programme was "Training Guide for Islamic Workers." The aim was to enrich the participants of skills and tools of dawat as well as to set in motion an action plan for the future.
Almost 100 participants of Madani Graduates and Ulama attended the programme. Inaugurating the training programme, Maulana Asghar Imam Mahadi Salafi, General Secretary, Markazi Jamiat Alhe Hadeeth Hind Said:
" Once we say that we belong to the Islamic Community, the Holy Quran will become for us the most sacred book, Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.) the noblest person, Tawheed the unique belief, the Kaaba the most sacred shrine, and Islam the most sacred religion".
New Delhi, April 11 The second day of the two-day 30th All India Ahle Hadees Conference began here today at Ram Leela Ground with the emphasis upon the point that the great companions of Prophet Mohammed were a model to the humanity irrespective of religion, caste, creed or race, and all the problems in the world in general and our country in particular faced today could be solved by emulating them in spirit and practice.
New Delhi, April 10s The need of the hour today in an era of materialism is that the exemplary lives and mission of the great companions of Prophet Mohammed should be followed so that the humanity should get its due dignified and respectable status after being brought out of the persecution and darkness.
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