Muslims feel the Vande Mataram to be unislamic. The same song that untited millions of freedom fighters during the independence struggle irrespective of religion. So what next?
As far as Muslims are declaring it un-Islamic, the reason is simple... they are NOT permitted by Islam to bow down to any body or thing except God. Not even mother or even the grave of their Prophet.
Though a number of Muslim organizations and individuals have opposed Vande Mataram being used as a "national song" of India, citing many religious reasons, some Muslim personalities have admired and even praised Vande Mataram as the "National Song of India" . Arif Mohammed Khan, a former member of parliament for the Bharatiya Janata Party, wrote an Urdu translation of Vande Mataram which starts as Tasleemat, maan tasleemat. In 2006, amidst the controversy of whether singing of the song in schools should be mandatory or optional, no Indian Muslims did show support for singing the song.
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And then complain of discrimination.