NEW DELHI – The killing of two Indian troops in clashes with Pakistan on disputed borders of Kashmir has invited a storm of condemnations from Muslim scholars in the Hindu-majority country.
“Islam has recommended certain rules even during wars,” Razaullah Khan, president of the Millat Bedari Muhim Committee, told Indo-Asian News Service (IANS).
“The chopping of the heads of two Indian soldiers by Pakistani Army is against Islam.”
Four soldiers, including two Indian troops, were killed last week in the worst outbreak of violence between India and Pakistan in disputed Kashmir. Read more