Owaisi says embracing Islam will be real home coming
Ch. Narendra Hyderabad, Jan 5 HS:�Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) president and Hyderabad MP ...
Ch. Narendra Hyderabad, Jan 5 HS:�Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) president and Hyderabad MP �Asaduddin Owaisi said that Islam is the 'real home' of all religions in the world and hence the real 'home coming' will be when people of other religions embrace it.�He said that every child is born as a Muslim but his parents convert him to other religions. "The real home coming will be when people of other religions embrace Islam," he said, addressing a public meeting on the eve of 'Milad-un-Nabi'��last night at Darussalam, the MIM headquarters. The MIM leader deplored the Sangh Parivar was running a campaign in the name of 'home coming'.� "Muslims are being allured with Rs.5 lakh and Christians with Rs.2 lakh to convert. Only five lakh? What a joke. Muslims can't leave Islam even if you give them the wealth of the world," he said. The Muslim leader invited people of all faiths to accept Islam but made it clear that there is no compulsion. "You come back. We can't give money but we guarantee you success in this world and thereafter," said the MP. Stating that India is the country of 'our father', Owaisi said Adam who is the father of entire humanity landed in India when he came to Earth. He criticized Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his silence on 'ghar wapsi'. The MIM president decried attempts to link terrorism with Islam. He said terrorism can be eliminated from Earth only by following the teachings of Islam. "Islam came to end terrorism and repression. Allah sent Prophet Mohammad as Rehmat-ul-lil Alameen (mercy to the world)," he said.�Demanding action against Zakiur Rehman Lakhvi and Hafiz Saeed for killing innocents, Owaisi said the enemies of the country are enemies of Muslims. He said MIM has political differences with the Bharatiya Janata Party but supports any action against the enemies of the country and has made this stand clear in parliament.
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