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Muslim organizations observe Black day on Babri Masjid demolition day, police issues red alert

IndiaMuslim organizations observe Black day on Babri Masjid demolition day, police issues red alert

Even after the construction and laying of the foundation stone of the Ram Temple in the property where once Babri Masjid erected, the Raza Academy has clarified that the site would remain a mosque till Qayamat (the day of the judgment) even after the mosque was demolished as there is no alternative considered in Islamic Shariah.

Mumbai: Police in Mumbai city and its suburbs have issued a red alert on December 6. On the other hand, Muslim organizations have decided to organize a black day on the anniversary of the Babri Masjid demolition here and offer azaan. Reza Academy of Mumbai, along with other Muslim organizations says, ‘the demolition of Babri Masjid will be mourned over regularly on 6 December 1992.

Even after the construction and laying of the foundation stone of the Ram Temple in the property where once Babri Masjid erected, the Raza Academy has clarified that the site would remain a mosque till Qayamat (the day of the judgment) even after the mosque was demolished as there is no alternative considered in Islamic Shariah.

Raza Academy Chief Mr. Saeed Noori said, ‘Therefore, Muslims believe that wherever the mosque is established, it will remain there till the doomsday. Hence, for many years, on the day of martyrdom of Babri Mosque, Raza Academy has been praying for the rebuilding of the mosque and its independence. This will continue in the future also.’

Bad chapter in the history of India

Saeed Noori, the chief of Raza Academy, said that the day of martyrdom of Babri Masjid is observed as the ‘black day’ of Indian history. It is a vicious stain on the history of the country that a mosque was martyred by thugs and goons in broad daylight and the court verdict on the case was unexpected. Therefore, Muslims believe that the Babri Masjid is still here and this property will remain the Babri Masjid forever. Prayers and azan (the Islamic call to prayer) will be given on 6 December for the freedom of the mosque.

Azaan will be performed across the country at 3:45 p.m

Mr. Saeed Noori said that not only in Khatri Masjid, Minara Mosque, Nawab Ayaz Masjid, and Mumbai but also in other parts of the country Azaan will be performed at 3:45 p.m and Black Day would also be observed. He said this will continue till the Babri Masjid is regained because even today there is a mosque for Muslims at the site.

Do Muslims celebrate December 6 as Black Day?

In such a situation, Muslims observe December 6 as Black Day and also conduct Azaan as some of them believe that the mosque had been demolished unlawfully in the afternoon of December 6. The same has been acknowledged even by the court that the demolition of the mosque was not legal.

Raza Academy says, ‘It was open terrorism that the country saw. Even after the decision to build a Ram temple in place of Babri Masjid, Muslim organizations of the country have decided to offer azaan at 3:45 PM today.

This is the first anniversary of Babri Masjid since the Supreme Court’s decision, which (some) Muslims have decided to observe as Black Day. An alert has been issued on the anniversary of the Babri Masjid in Mumbai, which is coincidently the death anniversary of Dr. Baba Sahib Ambedkar.

Asadudding Owaisi on Babri demolition day

AIMIM Chief Br. Asaduddin Owaisi took on Twitter and has even gone further by asking about it to the generations to come. He said, Remember & teach the next generation to remember: For 400+ years our #BabriMasjid stood in Ayodhya. Our ancestors prayed in its hall, broke their fasts together in its courtyard & when they died, they were buried in the adjoining graveyard Never forget this injustice.”

Significantly, after the judgment on the Babri Masjid-Ramjanb Bhoomi case, the Muslims did not demonstrate open reaction. However, most of the Muslim organizations had termed the court verdict as unjust.

[Hams Live]

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