As the triple talaq hearing is going on, some voices among the community is being raised. Tasleem Rehmani, who claims to be ex-National Secretary Welfare Party, has written this post:
“Muslim Personal Law Board lawyer Kapil Sibal has hit two cases in one go. Now we may lose both Babri Masjid and triple talaq cases. Citing matter of astha in Babri Masjid case clearly indicated that Board has accepted that verdict.
“Simultaneously he stressed that Quran is merely an astha which is factually incorrect. I m astonished that just to prove a wrong point we will go up to this extent!
“Quran is not at all an astha… our astha is confined to Quran which is a divine book but all its inclusions and verses are scientifically, socially, culturally, legally proved beyond doubts.
“This debate is taking a very dangerous turn thanks to Board’s inept handling of both cases. I don’t know whether it is an ego or some political design?”
Though the copy has some language errors here and there, it is getting good response with many comments.
Moreover, it also raises a question: if Muslim leaders cannot be united at such times can we expect them to fight for the uplift of community?
It appears that the ego of Muslim organisations and Muslim leaders is too big that though they talk about unity thinking about unity is living in fool’s paradise.
The case in point is the recent meeting between Jamaat-e-Ulema Hind and the Prime Minister.
Following which some cried foul for being not invited to the meet.