“Quran teaches terror and is a false book in name of Allah”, Rizvi writes to UNHRC

Lucknow(UP, India): Former Shia Waqf Board chairman Wasim Rizvi has now written a letter to the UNHRC to remove the controversial 26 verses of the Quran. Rizvi had earlier filed a petition in the Supreme Court of the country, which was later turned down by the court. 

Rizvi has demanded the removal of 26 verses from the Quran and a ban on teaching the Quran in madrassas. Wasim Rizvi has raised this demand by complaining to the UNHRC.

In the complaint, he demanded a ban on the teachings of the Quran in the Madrassas operating in 52 Muslim countries.

“The Quran teaches terror and is a false book in the name of Allah. I have filed a complaint with the UNHRC to ban it”, Rizvi told a local media outlet. 

He also advocated that to maintain peace in the world it is now become necessary to ban this book which provokes Muslims to kill non-Muslims.

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