India / Instead of attacking Nupur Sharma verify the hadith says Pakistan origin journalist Taha Siddiqui

Zoom News : Jun 08, 2022, 06:41 PM
New Delhi : Controversy continues after BJP spokesperson Nupur Sharma's statement regarding Prophet Mohammad. Let us inform that Nupur had said something controversial about Islam and the Prophet that the party had expelled her. BJP has also expelled Delhi BJP spokesperson Naveen Kumar Jindal. A statement by Pakistani-origin journalist Taha Siddiqui on this matter is going viral.

What did he say?

In a tweet, Taha said that instead of attacking the Bharatiya Janata Party and Nupur Sharma for citing 'verified' hadiths about Ayesha marrying Mohammad at the age of 9, Muslim leaders should come together and if If written incorrectly, it should be removed. But if this is not true then no one can accuse Mohammad of doing child marriage.

People's mixed reaction

After this tweet of Taha, the matter has once again heated up. Many people of Pakistan have warned him to fear Allah while many have advised him to read Quran and Hadith and understand Mohammad.

Some people have also said that at present there are innumerable criticisms against Islam propagated by non-Muslims and in such a situation, instead of attacking Nupur Sharma, the hadith should be verified. People have said that correct information about Mohammad should come before the world.

Right wing MPs of Netherlands came in support of Nupur

Earlier, right-wing parliamentarian from the Netherlands, Geert Wilders, said that appeasement never works. It will only make things worse. So my dear friends of India, don't be afraid of Islamic countries. Stand up for freedom and be proud and determined to defend your leader Nupur Sharma, who spoke the truth about Mohd.

He further said that it is ridiculous that Arab and Islamic countries are angry with Indian leader Nupur Sharma for speaking the truth about Prophet Mohammed. He actually married Ayesha when she was six years old. Why is India apologizing?