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The CBI claimed that the State Bank of Saurashtra,” Shakib said. in consultation with well-versed Islamic scholars and professors. For instance Dr Syed Aleem Ashraf Jaisi head of the Arabic department in Maulana Azad National Urdu University in Hyderabad appeared on this show to explain the Mardin fatwa — a 13th-century fatwa authored by Ibn Taymiyyah – which is still being adhered to by the world’s jihadist outfits to justify violent extremism Dr Jaisi has been quoted as saying: Terrorist organisations spread all around the world are based on Ibn Taymiyyah’s principles and traditions These terrorist organisations rely on references taken from Ibn Taymiyyah’s books and particularly his Mardin Fatwa in which he has mentioned that one can kill anyone to achieve his target or defeat enemies or target anyone Similarly a few other scholars were approached for an informed analysis of the Salafi curricula replete with the teachings of Taymiyyah and his successor Ibn Abdul Wahhab who misconstrued the Quranic verses in an attempt to coin an anti-pluralism theology He preached a devised worldview by misreading the Qur’an and coining the concepts like “al Walah wal Bara” (loyalty with Muslims and disavowal against all non-Muslims including the non-Wahhabi Muslims) Truth vs Hype show also assessed the influence of Ibn Abdul Wahhab’s intolerant and supremacist theology spreading in many parts of India In this context it aired the dissenting views on the textbooks being taught in the Salafi-Wahhabi madrasas Remarkably the madrasa rectors confessed in the show that they teach the controversial books like Taimiya’s Majmua Fatawa (compilation of his fatwas) Ibn Abdul Wahhab’s Kitab al-Tawheed (book of monotheism) along with Taqwiyatul Iman (strengthening of the religion) and Sirat-e-Mustaqeem (the straight path) authored by the hardcore Indian clerics Shah Ismail Dehlvi and Syed Ahmad “Shaheed” All these books contain intolerant texts denouncing the syncretic traditions and pluralistic ethos as antithetical to Islam When the channel spoke to the trustees of Salafi mosques they fervently supported these books vehemently opposing the Sufi culture and tradition because ‘they are contaminated with the influences of non-Muslims’ "Wrong things if done for thousands of years are wrong" said the Salafist cleric Abdul Wahid Madni founder of the Safa Educational Society in Domariaganj Uttar Pradesh Thus the news channel’s show sought to address that academically important question which is rarely discussed in the mainstream media In such an ideological discourse analysis journalism coupled with an academic rigour should be emulated to break away from the stereotypical Indian format of "talking heads" discussion on prime time news television However it was astonishing to note that the two-part investigation did not touch upon the Salafist hardliners and their separatist preachers in Kashmir It left many in the lurchbecause the channel basically wanted to assess the Indian government’s ‘concern’ over the rise of Wahhabism/Salafism in Jammu and Kashmir as the show’s intro unravels: “From time to time the Indian government has warned of the dangers of the rise of puritanical Saudi-style Islam in India Most recently during the unrest in Kashmir when it warned it will not allow a ‘Wahhabi theocracy’ to take root in the Valley” In fact there is no dearth of well-known Salafi-Wahhabi preachers and their exclusivist sermons in the Valley But one wonders why NDTV skipped the portrayal of the Salafist preachers in Kashmir who spew venom and misguide the Muslim youth in the valley using the religious platforms Just as the channel examined in thesecond part of this show titled “Road To ISIS” as to how some South Indian Salafist preachers delivered speeches filled with religious bigotry and extremism it could have cited some instances in the Valley too Much like Shamsudheen Fareed a known Salafist cleric in Malappuram whose extremist sermons are cited in the show the avowed advocate of Salafi mission in Kashmir Maulana Mushtaq Veeri is not lesser hate-monger Maulana Veeri has delivered various speeches — all of them filled with the extremist and exclusivist content — in the Valley’s Salafi mosques Scores of his divisive speeches have been circulated on social media and are still attracting the imagination of the Kashmiri youth towards separatism Only a single instance is sufficient and substantial evidence on how the ‘Salafi mission’ is being pursued in the religious rhetoric in Kashmir In his religious sermon (khutba) Maulana Mushtaq Veeri dwells on “the Salafi Mission in Kashmir” After a lengthy talk in the local Kashmiri language he speaks in Urdu in the conclusive part of this video Note these words in his speech: “Dekha Salafiyon ka kamal jab salafi maidan men utarte hain to wapis naam lene ka kabhi sochte hi nahi Ham Islami hukumat qaim kar ke rahenge Iraq men dekho Abu Bakr naam ke salafi ki hukumat…. Jain and his colleagues did the story with inputs from various Sufi and Sunni scholars. In the coastal city of Mukalla in southeast Yemen, erupted afterwards between the rebels and their opponents inside the compound.

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