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Ram mandir-Babri masjid dispute

Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind takes a u-turn, decides not to file review petition against Ayodhya verdict of Supreme Court

Ayodhya case: Jamiat-e-Ulama-e-Hind Chief had earlier said SC should have given alternate land to Hindus to build a temple instead of the Muslims

Owaisi is Babur: Rashtriya Muslim Manch spokesperson Yaser Jilani says AIMIM chief is trying to fan communal tension

AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi has been ranting against the SC verdict on Ayodhya issue.

Islamists join AIMIM supporters in trending ‘#IWantMyMasjidBack’ and #IndiaStandsWithOwaisi on Twitter

Owaisi tweeted "I want my masjid back", expressing his discontent with the top court's verdict granting the contentious land to the Hindu parties for building a Ram Temple over it.

“I want my masjid back,” Owaisi continues his tirade against the Ayodhya judgement

Following the SC verdict on Ram Mandir-Babri Masjid verdict, Asad Owaisi has resorted to stoke passion.

Decision up to Sunni Waqf Board, but we will not accept alternate land for Mosque: Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind on Ayodhya verdict

The Jamiat Ulama-e-Hind (JuH) stated that they will not be accepting the 5-acre alternative land for building a mosque in Ayodhya

18 years after he took a vow not wear slippers, Dev Das to finally wear one after Ram Mandir is constructed in Ayodhya

Das, a resident of Bihar had taken a pledge 18 years back that he will not wear slippers till a Ram Temple is built and Lord Ram is finally at his rightful home.

Fact check: PM Modi did not congratulate CJI Ranjan Gogoi for contribution toward ‘Hindu Rashtra’ after Ayodhya verdict

Many Pakistan-backed fake news portals as well as Bangladeshi media were caught sharing this spurious letter extensively.

Give us 5 acres within 67 acres of Ram Janmabhoomi only, our kabristan and dargah are there: Muslim litigants demand

Muslim litigants in the Ayodhya case demand that the 5 acres of land Supreme Court awarded them be on the 67 acres of Ram Janmabhoomi only

Ayodhya Verdict: 77 people under arrest by UP Police for sharing objectionable content on social media

The UP Police had initiated action against 8275 social media posts, a significant part of which belonged to Twitter and Facebook.

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