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Muslims told to avoid cow slaughter on Bakr Id

January 02, 2006 16:50 IST

As a mark of respect for the 'feelings of Hindus', Deoband's Darul Uloom has asked the Muslims in the country to avoid slaughtering cows on the occasion of Id-ul-Azha on January 11.

In a book brought out by the Islamic seminary on the concept of qurbani (sacrifice) associated with Bakr Id, it said the Muslim community should avoid slaughtering cows during the festival as a mark of 'respect for the feelings of Hindus'.



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Sub: Good advice

Muslims should pay attention to this adice which in their own interest.


Posted by S. Nizam Uddin Ashraf





Sub: Hindu is Relegion?

There is no relegion named Hindu in any holy scriptures. Stop fooling innocents. And slaughter of cow is compulsary in shradha and other ceremanies as ...


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Sub: Muslims avoid cow slaughter

Good move


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