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#256 [Permalink] Posted on 12th March 2019 14:42
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Politically,Maududi sb عفى الله عنه was never considered a potential or real threat.

Despite all the arguements against him,I have never seen any Alim objecting to his purely political discourse,except his book 'khilafat o malookiat',where objections were raised,because it could affect the Aqaed of people regarding Sahaba رضى الله عنهم

I wish he had kept himself limited only to his research on the political aspects of Islam,what an 'Islamic state' means,what are its guiding principles,how does it function,how the 'shura' works in it and what are the limits of its advise to the Amir,how could the social-political-economic system of Islam be implemented today ? etc

I am sure his works would have been appreciated...

He started interfering in Fiqha and aqeeda where he was least qualified.The Uluma rightly checked him,there and then...
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#257 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 14:24
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#258 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 15:20
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Don't worry sister. If you are content and comfortable with them then go for it. My opinions are just opinions. They can be right or wrong. My personal experience with this jamaat was not good back in 1998. Its been a very long time since I last saw or met these guys. Maybe they have improved now. Things change. So just chill.
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#259 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 15:39
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I personally know some sunni Muslims who have very faulty views about Sahaba RA and they have been affected by Khilafat o Malukiat and Shia propaganda.
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#260 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 15:41
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Why these maulvis don't speak about khil*fat or Sharia as the main rule of Muslim countries???
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#261 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 17:30
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Ok molvis don't work for khilafath.

I ask, The western mindset muslims, how much have they progressed for 70 years on establishing khilarfah. How much time did they spend in J!h@d. All of them discuss that for decades, not even thorn was pricked on them. They say we intended, you didn't. I laugh.
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#262 [Permalink] Posted on 21st November 2019 18:33
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I don't know. Ask them directly.
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#263 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd November 2019 01:41
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How many more decades do YOU need to establish a khilafah.
Or how many more centuries.
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#264 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd November 2019 04:54
Maulana Maududi, Jama-at-e-Islam, Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon


I have covered the following points already in my posts but I suppose some things are worth refreshing.

(1) I frequented the Jama-at-e-Islami meetings for a few years more than a decade ago.

(2) I went there because by general awareness I thought that these are the people who are trying to solve our problems on the basis Of Islam.

(3) Unlike our own people they were talking about worldly problems of Muslims.

(4) My relatives in the Tablighi-Jama-at did not approve my idea of going to Jama-at-e-Islami meetings. One professor said that Jama-at-e-Islami is a political party, why bother about them. They want to establish Hukumat-e-Ilahi through elections. He too was speaking out of experience.

(5) Siasat-aur-Malookiat kind of arguments, where Maulana Maududi apparently has taken undue liberties with Sahaba RA, came to my notice later on. At that time I did not appreciate the nuances involved.

(6) Before that I had spent a lot of time with the Marxist kind of people and hence did not find anything wrong with Maulana Maududi dealing with Sahaba RA they way modern liberal seculars deal with the ordinary intellectuals and academicians.

(7) That is the time when I first read the comment about Maulana Maududi that he was in fact a crypto-Marxist.

(8) Maulana Maududi is no more and I think we must go silent about his state of Iman because the issue is already before Allah SWT.

(9) When I was going to Jama-at-e-Islami meetings once the head of the civil line unit of JI once said to me that the message of the JI is the message of Islam.

(11) Around that time I became aware of the fact that not only Jama-at-e-Islami but even the Ikhwan-ul-Muslimoon have intellectual approach to Islam.

(12) Indeed Syed Qutb was under the influence of Maulana Maududi's teachings.

(13) Before that Shaheed Hasan Al Banna was under the influence of Jamaluddin Afghani's teachings via Rashid Rida and Muhammed Abduh.

(14) Western authors accuse Afghani of agnosticism. From the Islamic point of view agnosticism is just one branch of Ilhad but we can not subscribe to western accusations. West hates Afghani because of his Pan-Islamism. So called Pan-Islamism because Pan-Islamic unity is part of our faith.

(15) Personally I do not hate Afghani because he spent his life talking about Islam even if there was some big issue with his formalism.

(16) Coming back to Maulana Maududi - the intellectual and logical approach to Islam that he adopted is not the right one. Intellect, logic, reason are good things but lifeless nevertheless. Indeed Imam Ibn-e-Taimiyyah himself said that an intelligent person does not need logic and for a fool logic is useless.

(17) The intellectual approach to Islam that Maulana Maududi adopted has another extremely serious fault - it has no solace in it. Solace is the sublime dweller of the land of spirituality. Logic is not even biological, let alone spiritual. Thus there is a huge gap between spirituality and logic. In fact there is a huge gap between Maulana Maududi's formalism, his under standing of Islam and Islam itself.

(18) I must also admit that this dichotomy between logical and spiritual approach to Islam is not sufficient to cast Maulana Maududi or the JI people or the Ikhwan outside the pail of Islam.

(19) Hence our Akabareen have worked side by side with the JI people in, say, the All India Muslim Personal Law Board.

(20) In fact our people should work even with Salafis for the good of Islam even though the Salafis are even more pungent than the Barelwis when they talk about us.

My impression is that on the basis of these points we can make up our mind about the JI (for the issues relevant for Indian sub-continent) people as well as the Ikhwan (for international issues).
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#265 [Permalink] Posted on 22nd November 2019 06:47
I respect Molana Ali mian nadvi RA and mol Manzoor nomani RA for their unbiased academic analysis.
They have compiled books on maududi sab.
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