Islamic Terrorism in India

Most Muslims are not terrorists, but most terrorists are Muslims

Geelani’s three Islamic objectives for Kashmir

Posted by jagoindia on October 13, 2008

To read complete transcript of interview with Geelani, click here

Ever since my release from prison on August 7, 2004, I have been spreading my message across Kashmir. I have a three-point target. First is to impose an Islamic nizam (jurisprudence) in Kashmir. Islam should govern our lives, be it in our political thought, socio-economic plans, culture or the ongoing movement. The creed of socialism and secularism should not touch our lives and we must be totally governed by the Koran and the Sunnat (precedents from Prophet Mohammad’s life). Secondly, I have been propagating that we must fight against anti-Islamic forces. These forces come in our way under the garb of nationalists, secularists, racists, linguistic chauvinists, and so on. Thirdly, I have been telling the youth to work for the right to self-determination which is granted to them by the United Nations. I have been drawing huge support from the youth for this as a result of which you see lakhs of people on the roads today.

One Response to “Geelani’s three Islamic objectives for Kashmir”

  1. Gypsy said

    I cannot understand why the Indian Government is mollycoddling this person. For what he says and practises, he should have been tried for treason long ago. However, what he stands for, he can find it in the Swat Valley – or even Saudi Arabia. If he is a real man of Islam, he should migrate there. I shall be too happy to pay for his one-way ticket to Riyadh, or bus fare to through Muzaffarabad to Swat.

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