Jamiat launched training course in Muslim personal law for lawyers

Jamiat launched training course in Muslim personal law for lawyers

New Delhi, September 04, 2016

Worried about undue hues and cries about the Muslim woman rights and several courts’ judgments on matters of Muslim personal laws seeming contrary to the provisions of the Islamic law, Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind has launched today training course in Muslim personal law for lawyers.  The former Chief Justice of India A.M. Ahmadi while launching the Courses here at Jamiat headquarters at ITO, New Delhi, noted this move as positive way to deal with the misunderstanding about the Islamic Sharia. He said  “Each and every community has to face difficulties at sometimes, but a wise community is one which instead of resorting to the sentimentalism, first evaluates its own faults and then correct it and if there is a concerted attempts unleashed for distorting  its image, then it thinks it  better to respond with wisdom and full acumen. While speaking on Common Civil Code he said that this was not issue of a particular community but in country like India which is a pluralistic society, such move will not be accepted even by the majority community. 
In this launching programme which witnessed more than four hundred eminent jurists, Islamic scholars etc.  several eminent lawyers and prominent Islamic scholars spoke on the need of courses which could deal with misunderstandings prevailed about the Islamic Shariat. The speakers included Maulana Abul Qasim Nomani, rector, Darul Uloom Deoband, Maulana Sayed Mohammad Shahid, Mr. Zafaryab Jilani, Mohammad Salman Mansurpori, Prof. Akhtarul Wasey, Mr. Shakil Ahmad Sayed, Prof. Afzal Wani Mr. Kamal Faruqui etc. 
Maulana Mahmood Madani, General Secretary of Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind who is moving spirit in starting the course, said that this training programme will cover issue such as marriage, divorce, maintenance, inheritance, testament and auqaf etc. This training Courses in Muslim Personal have been designed with the objective of making the practicing lawyers better informed about the Muslim personal laws, he said.
The speakers at the progaremme noted that for the last many years, Indian courts have been delivering judgment after judgments on matters of Muslim personal laws which are contrary to the provisions of the Islamic law. There could be many reasons for this and one of them that we may point out is lack of awareness and misunderstanding about many of the provisions. This is not limited to the common people but even our lawyers who handle such cases are not properly educated and trained in handling the related issues. They are unable to inform the courts which are the primary duty as the officers of the court. The courts develop this understanding and deliver judgments as per the information passed to it by the concerned advocates. This not only affects the image of Islam and Muslim community but also tarnish the image of Muslims regarding the rights of woman in Islam etc.
While addressing the gathering, Maulana Niaz Ahmad Farqui, Secretary of Jamiat said that for long, we have been thinking how to train our advocates and litigants on the subject of Muslim Family Law. Since our elders in Jamiat Ulama-i-Hind, played instrumental role in the enactment of The Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act 1937 and Dissolution of Muslim Marriage Act 1939 which are related to marriage, divorce, maintenance, inheritance etc.



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Jamiat launched training course in Muslim personal law for lawyers
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