Mangaluru: 'Cows if identified for worship can be spared' - Islamic orator


Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (SP)

Mangaluru, Jun 9: Renowned Islamic orator, S B Darimi, asked Hindu Swamijis to identify the cows which they want to worship. He promised to spare such cows from being consumed as food.

Taking part in discussions held at Daijiworld TV debate on this issue, he said that there is no need to issue fresh fatwas against consuming the flesh of animals which have already died, and those which are stolen. He pointed out that the Prophet had specifically laid out strictures about these things through Holy Quran which was created 1,400 years back. On the issue of cow theft, he agreed that scores of people indulge in it, and that it is up to the government to frame proper laws.

Darimi said that if a law to ban cow slaughter is brought about, he will welcome it. "But for doing that, a strong willpower is needed. But people keep this issue alive in order to indulge in politics. No one is interested in finding a permanent solution to this issue. If they cannot do anything else on the issue, I request Hindu Swamijis to point out which are the cows which they treat as holy and worship them. I assure them that we will not consume such cows," he stated.

At the same time, he condemned the incident which happened at Charmadi. "It is shocking and has hurt us. We cannot tolerate such acts. If Bajrang Dal organizes protest condemning this incident, I will join them. I am prepared to deliver an address even if Bajrang Dal leaders invite me," he explained.

Darimi felt that cow has now become a political issue rather than religious. He said that there are political parties which want cows to get slaughtered and thefts to continue to happen as they strengthen their vote bank. "If they have honest willpower, the central government which has been formed by protectors of cows, should bring ban on cow slaughter. In such a case, we will accept it. But I can vouch for the fact that they will not enforce cow slaughter ban. It is not practicable in a country where agriculture dominates. There are Brahmins who sell their cows. They also seek Muslims to sell their cows. The cow itself is not a problem here. The real issue lies in indulging in politics in the name of cows," he felt.

He expressed the view that people of all religions should come together, hold discussions on the issue, and find a logical end to the issue. "We will not eat cows if the Swamijis identify cows they treat as holy and which they want to worship. There are other animals like bullocks, buffaloes etc which we eat. If cow slaughter is banned, we will eat poultry birds and goats. In Islam, eating of flesh is not a basic duty," he stated. He noted that theft is indulged in by people of all the religions, and that Islamic rules say that hands of those who steal should be chopped off.

Darimi said that there have been instances in which activists of certain organizations indulged in business in the name of protecting cows. "When Muslim name is attached, it becomes an issue for political benefit. Therefore, it has been turned into an agenda. Now these things are not relevant as their own government rules the country. It would be good if it bans cow slaughter at the earliest. Otherwise we may have to fight it out to see that justice is done to genuine devotees of cows," he added.

Comment on this article

  • Bala, Urwa

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    What an idea sirji. appoint a hindu priest or swamy in every slaughter house.

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  • Praveen, Mangalorean

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    When India can export Beef why can't it give to own people in country ? ? or ban Exporting also...

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Katapadi/Bangaluru

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    This is a subject with lot of confusions and speculation which need to be handled tactfully.

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  • Af,,, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    I request Pejewara swamiji to visit AL-KABIR slaughter house and then sit hunger strike in front of parliament demanding justice.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    and BJP makes us the world's leading beef exporter.

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  • Af,,, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    thousands cows which has been slauturing on daily basis in nortehrn states are not worthy to worship?

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  • PEDDA GUNDOO, MANGALURU

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    There is two side of faces one is export and another one ban in local market ?!!! how is that possible ! once upon a time it was delicious food for everyone just before entering BJPeee in politics ! Cow theft happening because of easy money without any efforts which is not acceptable by anyone ! The way of carrying or transportation for the butchery is also not acceptable ! guys ! go and get a JOB in GELF !

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  • VM, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    "But people keep this issue alive in order to indulge in politics. No one is interested in finding a permanent solution to this issue. "
    This is the truth. The government will club oxen, buffaloes and similar animals in the ban just to harass the people who consume such meat. If they are serious they should ban cow slaughter alone and with very strict compliance and not try to bully people using the cow as an excuse.

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  • SmR, Karkala

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    The cow is only an emotional subject and has less religious significance. If anyone wants to know about the true fact then read the book ' The Myth of the Holy Cow' authored by DN Jha.

    In India 'Cow' is $5 Billion business, which PM Modi's central government which made India number one 'beef exporter' through his 'Pink revolution' is much about control of it that is largely held by Muslims and Dalit of India in the past now forcefully taken over by Hindu fanatic in the name 'Gau Rakshak'.

    In my view identifying cow is less important, when exports are flourishing under PM Modi's own governance.

    Jai Hind

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  • sense_shetty, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    All Animal slaughter should be banned ..including chicken ,mutton ,beef.
    Animals are equal residents of this planet earth. Any attempt to kill animals just because they dont protest or cant speak is not a disadvantage and should not imply that they are inferior to humans.
    Stop killing of animals ..get sane and kind to other forms of life that can sense death and feel pain.

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  • SAMAD, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    Shettre daani ini pasa mini dithara? ijji kode da jasti anda?

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  • Indian, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    Awve apanda Kori Roti dada?

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  • SAMAD, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    Aw Basale da roti

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  • sunil, Mumbai

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    What about Koli Anka ( Korida Ata ) ? All DK people enjoy it

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  • KS Mayya, Mangalore/Bangalore

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    Cow theft is the real problem.
    There is no need for separate legislature on this.
    Implementation of existing IPCs are sufficient and no new laws needed.
    Need of the hour is for every community to understand each other's sensitivity rather than indulge in politics.
    Recent elections have abundantly shown that hate-politics does 9407not work.

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  • VALERIAN RODRIGUES, UJIRE

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    AT PRESENT COW POLITICS ARE MAIN TO GAIN POLITICAL BENEFITS.THAT IS WHY NOBODY STRICT IN THIS ISSUE.

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  • Prakash, Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    NDA 2 has lot to lose than gain from Cow politics !!
    bringing up Gaushalas would be expensive and impractical. anything which is economically not viable would die down naturally..

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  • Rathan, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    Prakash
    Dont you know Kamal.nath has opened goshala since Jan 2019 and Rajasthan is also an ing same.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    we are culturally different from North India.

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  • ca girishkk, m'lore/dxb

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    The word... "IF" itself speaks & call for introspection among worshipers....!!!

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  • Ahmed K. C., Mangalore

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    I agree.
    If cow slaughter is banned, they should also ban BEEF exports
    If they can't ban exports, then make available the same export BEEF in the local market. You can not be biased on this issue.

    Also monitor where all the cows are going from Goshalas ???

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  • Bala, Urwa

    Sun, Jun 9 2019

    Brother. Differentiate between cow and beef.

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  • Sayyed yehya thangal, Manjeshwar

    Mon, Jun 10 2019

    No body care about hundreds of cow sloughter for export .

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