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An influential Muslim body in Thiruvananthapuram, Mahallu Empowerment Mission, on Friday withdrew its invite to Shashi Tharoor to be the chief guest at the Palestine Solidarity meeting it was organising on October The decision comes a day after Tharoor referred to Hamas as "those terrorists" at the Muslim League's Palestine Solidarity rally in Kozhikode on October He told Onmanorama that the Mission had informed the MP's office of its decision to revoke the invite.
It was just for a few seconds in his minute Kozhikode speech that Shashi Tharoor resorted to what can be called a balanced approach while speaking of the Israel-Hamas war.
Right after he said the Israel response was disproportionate, he remarked that the Hamas were terrorists who killed innocent women and children. Otherwise, right through the speech, Tharoor's emphasis was on the suffering of Palestinians and how historically India had unwaveringly stood for the Palestinian cause. Nonetheless, the lone mention of Hamas as a terrorist organiation was enough to embarass the Muslim League.
One of the most prominent League baiters, former minister K T Jaleel, mockingly asked: "Was the Kozhikode rally in solidarity with Israel? Both Tharoor and the Muslim League were forced to clarify. Tharoor said that he had always stood with the Palestinian people and had consistently spoken about their human rights. The League did not want the success of its rally masked by Tharoor's controversial statement.
Senior leader Kunhalikutty seemed in a grim mood while facing the media on Friday. He did not even take Tharoor by name. While choosing Tharoor as the keynote speaker at the solidarity rally, the Muslim League clearly expected unconditional support for the Palestinian cause.