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Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference and a religious leader Mirwaiz Omar Farooq listening to others at a meeting of Islamic Scholars, priests and custodians of Islamic Shrines in Downtown Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. In a unanimous resolution the participants asked India's President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restrain the army from trying to intervene financially or otherwise in the construction, renovation or repair of the local mosques and shrines, besides calling for protests on Friday and endorsing fatwa (edict) against army./ Kashmir Newz Picture May 31, 2007: Chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference and a religious leader Mirwaiz Omar Farooq listening to others at a meeting of Islamic Scholars, priests and custodians of Islamic Shrines in Downtown Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. In a unanimous resolution the participants asked India's President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restrain the army from trying to intervene financially or otherwise in the construction, renovation or repair of the local mosques and shrines, besides calling for protests on Friday and endorsing fatwa (edict) against army./ Altaf Zargar  
Religious Scholars coming from different areas listening to others at a meeting of Islamic Scholars, priests and custodians of Islamic Shrines in Downtown Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. In a unanimous resolution the participants asked India's President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restrain the army from trying to intervene financially or otherwise in the construction, renovation or repair of the local mosques and shrines, besides calling for protests on Friday and endorsing fatwa (edict) against army./ Kashmir Newz Picture May 31, 2007: Religious Scholars coming from different areas listening to others at a meeting of Islamic Scholars, priests and custodians of Islamic Shrines in Downtown Srinagar, summer capital of Indian administered Kashmir Thursday. In a unanimous resolution the participants asked India's President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam and Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to restrain the army from trying to intervene financially or otherwise in the construction, renovation or repair of the local mosques and shrines, besides calling for protests on Friday and endorsing fatwa (edict) against army./Altaf Zargar More >>>

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