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    Prominent Muslim religious and social organizations in Hyderabad will hold a day-long Telangana State-level Muslim Convention on March 3 to discuss challenges faced by the community in India and Telangana. The convention’s slogan is “Not another Babri Masjid” to unite organizations and leaders.

    Organizations like Tahreek Muslim Shabban, Jamiat-e-Ahle Hadees, Shariah Faisla Board, MPJ, WPI, Wahdat Islami, Shia Council, All India Seerat Committee, and others made this decision in a recent meeting led by Tahreek Muslim Shabban president Mohammed Mushtaq Mallik. They also invited Jamaat-e-Islami, Jamiat-ul-Ulema-e-Hind, Majlis Tameer-e-Millat, and All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen to join.

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    In the meeting, leaders expressed concerns about attacks on religious identity and culture. They agreed that waiting and watching would not protect their interests. They decided to fight legally within the framework of the Indian Constitution and raise awareness against communal forces spreading hatred.

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    The organizations agreed to base their stance on the Places of Worship Act, 1991, and reject any decisions based on distorted history or faith. They also vowed to oppose any legislation conflicting with Shariah. Protecting mosques, Madarsas, and Shariah is a priority for the Muslim community.

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    Ulemas, Mashaiqeen, social activists, Imams, and Khateebs from Telangana will attend the convention where essential resolutions will be passed. Mainstream political party leaders will also be invited to support these resolutions. The Muslim community is concerned about recent demolitions of historical mosques and madarsas and wants mainstream parties to condemn such acts to prevent further attacks on their places of worship.

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