Kozhikode: Nasar Faizy Koodathai, a prominent leader of Samasta, has asserted that it was Samasta and the Muslim League that played a pivotal role in the renaissance of Kerala. He strongly refuted the notion that Communism was responsible for this transformation, labelling it as false propaganda. Nasar Faizy made these statements while criticising the CPI (M) and SFI during his address at the Sunni Mahal Federation Convention in Kozhikode.
“Communism is an ideology that should no longer persist and must be actively opposed. It is synonymous with apostasy and heresy, alongside other materialistic doctrines. The campuses dominated by SFI, in particular, seem to promote ideas that veer towards apostasy. Across various intellectual domains, there is a discernible trend that exhibits anti-Islam sentiments and advocates irreligiosity under the guise of hybrid culture,” Nasar Faizy stated.
Furthermore, Nasar Faizy cautioned against individuals transitioning to communism, deeming it a potential threat to society. He urged the rejection of any reconciliation efforts with such intellectual movements.