Places of worship are built for the purpose of peace, not for conflicts 

By Ghulam Rasool Dehlvi, Editor, wordforpeace.com 

Ratnagiri / November 15

All India Ulama and Mashaikh Board’s founder-president, Hazrat ​​Sayyed Mohammad Ashraf Kichhouchhwi, while addressing a large spiritual gathering, said that when people get fed up with the mundane worldly affairs, they turn to the places of worship, so that they can calm their souls, which is possible only by sincerely worshipping the Lord, not by creating religious conflicts.

But regrettably, the politics has turned even holy places into the battle grounds, he said it regarding the ongoing issues related to the Babri Masjid and the Ram Temple dispute.

Hazrat said that no religion ever teaches violence. Those who perpetrate violence in the name of religion, can not be associated with any religion in any situation.

He further said that our nation will rise,  only when our people will feel  fearless. They must be fulfilled with divine unconditional love, passion to work on constructive lines and spirit to move on together.

Sufism always played a great role in connecting  people with each other. The Sufi Mystics are the ones who created a society of positive thoughts. This is the only reason that all followers of humanism are still accustomed to turn up at their shrines for seeking spiritual blessings from them.

 

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