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Mubaje stressed that human beings are bound to disagree but should resolve their differences amicably without infringing on other people’s religious beliefs.
His eminence, Shaban Mubajje addressing journalists.

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The Mufti of Uganda, Sheikh Shaban Ramadhan Mubaje has expressed concern over individual led religious discrimination in the country.

Speaking to journalists after inspecting different Muslim led projects in Jinja district on Friday, Mubaje, says it is unfair for people created by the same God to discriminate themselves on religious grounds. 

Mubaje stressed that human beings are bound to disagree but should resolve their differences amicably without infringing on other people’s religious beliefs.  

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He says that all religious differences can be solved through dialogue where warring parties can stay in harmony. 

Mubaje also warned Muslims against joining extremist groups, which use religion to entice them into terror activities.

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Speaking at the same event, Dr. Mohammed Bowa, the Busoga Regional Kadhi, said he is currently engaging with other religious leaders to harmonize and share ideas on ways of ensuring peace and development under their jurisdiction.         

During the visit, the Mufti also inspected mosques, Jinja Muslim District Council Offices and later addressed political and religious leaders at Jinja municipal council town hall.

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