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Submitted by Nirvan (India), Jun 10, 2007 at 04:24

We know there is a supreme / spiritual power and we call as "God ".

Arabian allah is not the " God " which we all believe in.Infact Allah is not God. Allah is only allah , nothing more , nothing less.

This is proved by group of well educated muslims who were elected representatives to Legislative assembly of Kerala ( Southern State in India). In India and elsewhere as usual elected representatives take oath by saying " I swear in the name of God " or " I solemnly affirm " . But this time as muslims refused to take oath in the name of God. They denied it outright and told that " God is not allah " in which we have faith. God is God and worshipped by Kuffars ( Non Muslims) and " allah is allah " the real power in the universe.

They all defied the constitution and abused democracy and in the end only agreed to take oath in the name of allah.

This is a slap on the face of those foolish non muslims who keep on chanting allah and God is same and one .


Complete Story :

Taking oath in name of Allah

Can MLAs or MPs take oath in the name of Allah? A Bench has agreed to examine the constitutional validity of the oath taken in the name of Allah.

Madhu Parumala, Vice President of the Kerala unit of Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha has filed a special leave petition (SLP) against an order of the state's High Court upholding the validity of the oath taken by 11 Muslim MLAs in the name of Allah in the current Assembly.

Parumala requested the court to stay the July 21 High Court order and restrain the said 11 members from attending the Assembly sessions until the petition was decided as their oath was illegal and unconstitutional.

The High Court had held that the MLAs did not violate any constitutional provision by taking oath in the name of Allah.

Madhu has contended that taking the oath in the name of Allah violated Article 188 for taking oath and the Third Schedule of the Constitution which prescribes the manner of taking oath. An MP or MLA can take oath by saying, "I swear in the name of God" or "I solemnly affirm." But can they take oath in the name of Allah? The apex court will examine it in July.

Email author: satya.prakash@hindustantimes.com


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