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Kollam: The activities of IS are anti-Islamic and all Muslims with it should leave it, People's Democratic Party (PDP) leader Abdul Nasir Ma'dani said on Tuesday.
"The activities of IS is anti-Islamic. They are killing Islam as all what they teach does not comply with Islam and all those Muslims who are now with IS should return," said Ma'dani, in his address at a prayer meeting at his institution, near here.
The congregation included a good number of children and youth.
Ma'dani, who is on bail but not allowed to move out of Bengaluru, last week got relief from the apex court, which allowed him to spend some time with his ailing mother at his home near here.
He arrived from Bengaluru on July 4 and will return from the state capital later to the hospital where he is admitted.
A prime accused in the 2008 Bangalore serial bomb blast conspiracy, Ma'dani was arrested by the Karnataka Police in 2010 and since then, this is the third time that he has been given permission to travel outside Bengaluru.
He was here in May last year and before that in 2013 for his daughter's marriage.