India :Sakshi Maharaj calls himself a true Muslim, Prophet Mohammed a great yogi : TOI (ache din:)


Chief Minister (5k+ posts)
Sakshi Maharaj calls himself a true Muslim, Prophet Mohammed a great yogi


Sakshi Maharaj.

NEW DELHI: Controversial BJP MP Sakshi Mahwaj stirred another controversy by claiming that he was a true Muslim and Prophet Mohammed was the biggest practitioner of yoga, TV reports said.

Maharaj said, "In Islam, the biggest name is that of Mohammed and I think Mohammed saab is a great yogi. I think that a Muslim is one with 'iman', thus a Mussalman. I am a true Muslim."

Earlier, hitting out at Uttar Pradesh Minister Mohd Azam Khan, who has advised Yogi Adityanath to offer namaz, the controversial BJP MP said that Hindus do not have problem in taking name of 'Allah' as they believe in different cultures but if Azam Khan has guts he should speak 'Jai Shree Ram' and prove that he is a true Indian.

Ahead of the government's big plans for Yoga Day on June 21, the BJP MP had also said that all those who objected to the surya namaskar should jump into the sea.

Sakshi Maharaj has made several controversial statements in the past. Earlier this year, he said all Hindu women must produce at least four children. The Unnao MP said, "The concept of four wives and 40 children will not work in India and the time has come when a Hindu woman must produce at least four children in order to protect Hindu religion."

Also on the Ram mandir issue, he said, "No power on earth can stop the construction of Ram mandir in Ayodhya. It will be constructed, come what may."

Sakshi Maharaj.
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MPA (400+ posts)
He has not accepted Islam at all. To accept islam is to believe in the oneness of God and reject all other false deities. Hinduism is a subjective religion it can add other gods to its faith without comprising their faith whereas islam being an objective religion cannot accommodate other gods.


Minister (2k+ posts)
I think he is referring to the 2nd part of our kalimah but it all starts with the one big 'la' in the beginning. Would he be able to say la ilaha.... this sword of 'la Ilah’ is so sharp that it quenches its thirst from the blood of all wrong belief about my dearest Allah.