Al-Qaeda has threatened a suicide assault in India over the fight for the Prophet’s honour

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New Delhi, India: The controversy over BJP leaders’ provocative remarks about Prophet Mohammad is progressively escalating. Al Qaeda, a terrorist organisation, has just joined this episode. Al-Qaeda has promised a suicide assault in India in response to the statements made about Prophet Muhammad. Al Qaeda has labelled it a blasphemy against Islam and has promised attacks in a number of states across the country.

Al-Qaeda declared in a threat letter dated June 6 that it will carry out suicide strikes in Delhi, Mumbai, Uttar Pradesh, and Gujarat in honour of the Prophet. Simultaneously, numerous Muslim countries throughout the world have expressed their anger with India over this remark. Indian diplomats have been called by a number of Gulf countries.

Anti-national elements have become active as a result of Nupur Sharma and Naveen Kumar Jindal’s controversial remarks on the Prophet, while diplomatic challenges have emerged for India. Al Qaeda has vowed assaults in numerous of the country’s towns and cities. Kuwait has previously removed Indian goods from its retail outlets. More than 15 countries have condemned the comment, including Kuwait, Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Oman, and Indonesia. Nupur Sharma, on the other hand, has been summoned by Mumbra police and is scheduled to appear on June 22.

The threat letter stated, “The offenders of the Prophet Muhammad, the pride of humanity, will find no amnesty or clemency, no peace and security will save them, and this matter will not be closed with any words of censure or sorrow.”

Sharma then reversed her contentious statement, claiming that her remarks were in response to “constant insult and contempt towards our Mahadev (Lord Shiva),” referring to the Gyanvap mosque issue.

In the wake of Muslim protests and harsh retaliation from nations such as Kuwait, Qatar, and Iran, the BJP issued a statement declaring that it respects all religions and vehemently condemns insults to religious figures.

Sharma’s remarks at a recent TV debate, as well as Jindal’s now-deleted tweets, have prompted a Twitter trend calling for a boycott of Indian products in several countries.