“Extremism, Terrorism Against Very Meaning Of Islam”: NSA Ajit Doval


National Security Advisor (NSA) Ajit Doval on Tuesday said cross-border terrorism and ISIS-inspired terrorism remain a threat to humanity.

Doval was addressing a conference in the national capital on the role of Ulema in promoting a culture of inter-religious peace and social harmony in India and Indonesia.

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“As you all are aware, both our countries have been victims of terrorism and separatism. Although we have overcome the challenges to a large extent, the phenomenon of cross-border and ISIS-inspired terrorism remains a threat. Society is essential to combating the threat of individual terrorist groups inspired by the U.S. and those returning from theaters such as Syria and Afghanistan.”

The National Security Advisor said the discussion aimed to bring together Indian and Indonesian ulema and scholars to advance cooperation in promoting tolerance, harmony and peaceful coexistence.

“This will strengthen the fight against violent extremism, terrorism and radicalism,” Doval said.

“Any purpose for which extremism, bigotry and misuse of religion is employed is not justified on any basis. It is a distortion of religion against which we all need to raise our voice. Extremism and terrorism are part of the meaning of Islam. is against.” Because Islam means peace and welfare (salamati/aslam). Opposition to such forces should not be portrayed as in conflict with any religion. It’s a trick”, he said.

“Instead, we should focus on the real message of our religions, which stand for the values ​​of humanism, peace and understanding. In fact, as the Holy Quran itself teaches, killing one person is tantamount to killing the whole of humanity.” Doval further said, Islam says that the most excellent form of Jihad is ‘Jihad Afzal’ – that is, Jihad against one’s senses or ego – and not against innocent civilians.

Indonesia’s top minister Mohammad Mahfud MD is in Delhi at the invitation of National Security Advisor Doval. Mahfud, Indonesia’s Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs was accompanied by a high-level delegation of Ulema.

The visiting Indonesian Ulema will also interact with their Indian counterparts. The discussion will be on ‘Role of Ulema in promoting a culture of inter-faith peace and social harmony in India and Indonesia’.

There will be three sessions, the first on Islam: Continuity and Change, the second on Cohesion of Inter-faith Societies: Practice and Experience and the last session on combating radicalization and extremism in India and Indonesia.

During this visit, Ulema of Indonesia will also hold talks with leaders of other religions. Indonesia has the largest Muslim population in the world.

NSA Doval had visited Indonesia in March this year for the second India-Indonesia security dialogue. After this the NSA invited Minister Mahfud to visit India.

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