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#166 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 10:58

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There is a fundamental difference between the approach of sipraomer and many other Muslims.

Sipraomer believes that the main issue behind the decline of the Ummah is spiritual and although he acknowledges the existence of science and technology but largely ignores its importance.

Majority of (sincere Muslims) believe that spirituality is the NUMBER ONE issue but then other education, science, technology and tactics are equally important.

Mujahideen in Afghanistan during Soviet Jihad and Taliban NOW will get nowhere without science, technology and tactics. Let me give you a simple example of 1980’s. Soviets were nailed due to stinger missiles. The Pakistan Army trained the Mujahideen to use these and the kill rate of Soviet Hind helicopters were double that of US Army and that surprised the Americans.

Mujahdeen were using two stinger teams to lure and kill Soviet Helicopters as follows:

1.    Both teams would deploy on different sides of the valley.

2.    First team would lock on with stinger but not fire anything.

3.    The Soviet Gunship would detect a missile lock and TURN in the direction of the stinger to SHOOT or deploy countermeasures

4.    The second team would now be facing the back of the gunship which has the exhaust and BULLSEYE target for the stinger to home in and KILL. The second team would actually fire the missile and most of the time and score a hit.

1-5 is a battle field tactic and not a spiritual matter at all.

It is Sunnah to develop tactics and strategies in Jihad and you cannot do it unless and until you understand the science and technology of your day.

There is a fundamental problem with brothers like Sipraomer who are sincere but have a conspiracy mind-set so they have a distrust of these matters.

There is no doubt that spiritual reformation and Aqeedah correction is NUMBER ONE PRIORITY.

If Abhinandan was now shot down in February, India would have probably continued to violate Pakistani airspace. The strategy was designed and executed by a bunch of soldiers whom most Pakistanees consider “Murtad (apostate)”.

We are NOT a blood-thirsty Ummah, we DO NOT long for war but it comes then we are patient and we face it.This is a reasonable Bayan:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=iV3J9wO7mfY


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#167 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 11:23
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Makes sense!

Hmmm!

So what kind of man power do you want and what exactly you want to do? Do you propose to build a better version of Aligarh?
Do you want to make the ummah think about the solution by making them aware about the problem first through these enlightening posts?
Do you want to create a Think Tank like RAND to further the interests of Ummah?
Or do you want able Muslims to come together and support each other through private sector? Rich and powerful Muslims give jobs to only Muslims. Knowledgeable Muslims help other less knowledgeable Muslims and this way resist economic encroachment of the kuffar.
Or do you want to create a team of able journalists, writers and speakers who can motivate and uplift the emotions of ummah to do good?
Or do you want to create a Darul Hikmah like the Abbasids did in Baghdad? And want the ummah to benefit from the sciences of East and the West and somehow resist the encroachment in this way. Or you want Muslims to flourish in worldly sciences so much that they become a necessity and a weakness of kuffar so that the kuffar couldn't survive without Muslims and as a result they instead of killing them start co-operating with them?

Or you want to do a bit of all of the above?

Or you want something else to do?

Or do you want to do a bit of all of this?
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#168 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 13:00
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At least I don't deny it's importance. However, you missed the point I have been making all along.

Remember! My analysis revolves around Imam Mahdi and the decade ahead. Time is limited and short if we only have a decade. If however, we have a whole century then we need a different strategy than what sipraomer proposes. We have to prioritize and choose between what must we do first.
The question is not that what should we choose and what should we leave. The question is that what should we do first. Education of secular sciences or correction of our aqaid and spiritual problems?

The same army has been killing Muslims in Tribal Areas in the name of war against terror. No sane person kills and demolishes his own assets. If the aqaid and spirituality of our military establishment would have been sound, then would it destroy it's own assets just like that to appease the kuffar?

I am not against technical education in universities. I am against the secular ideology being pumped in the people there. Once, when one is brainwashed , it is very difficult if not impossible to undo the damage done.

Let me give you an example. I learned Graphic Design after I went for my first Tablighi Chillah. Alhamdulillah! I am using my skills for dawah purposes to the best of my abilities with Allah's taufeeq. However, the credit goes to the work of Tabligh that my mindset has been programmed in a manner that I am using whatever skills and talents I have for the propagation of deen.

However, it is very difficult to change the minds of those who have already been brainwashed for a very long time without any exposure to deen.

I am not against science and education. But first comes spirituality and aqeedah. This is what I have been trying to say. We don't need theoretical scientific literature. We need practical technical people in every field after they are trained in aqeedah and are polished spiritually to a certain extent.

Our education system doesn't combine worldly and religious edcuation. Therefore, we need to choose this type of tarteeb. Yes! If there were madaris where both deeni and worldly sciences were taught then it wouldn't be an issue as both spirituality and skill would be gained simultaneously with little effort. However, now there is so much confusion and ideological pollution, that we need a lot of effort and experience in order to unveil the deceptive nature of the world and it's affairs today. This is why, we need to take cautious steps. Fitna is so great that transformation period is lengthy and painful.
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#169 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 15:03
Looks like we are all talking the same thing :)

The basic issue is ‘how to address the problems of Ummah’...and the problems we face are in every field of life.We are in a spiritual crisis, no doubt.We are morally corrupt, our love for Din is no more than lip service, our Ibadaat are mere rituals, even our emotional attachment to ummah is no more than a nationalistic feeling of Asabia rather than for the sake of Allah swt and his Din.We want to dethrone shaytan from the seat of power to occupy it for ourselves, to enjoy the status, power and authority NOT to spread and implement the ‘word of Allah’. Why would Allah ‘favour’ one nation over the other, specially when we don't even deserve it ?

In addition to spiritual crisis, we have purely worldly problems. Allah swt gifted our lands with all kinds of natural resources, we have never tried to find and use them.We need the ‘skilled’ west to discover oil and gas for us, dig out our minerals for us, build water reservoirs for us, to teach us how to increase our agricultural productivity.We plead to them to sell us weapons (and the spare parts) without considering that we will never be able to use ‘their’ weapons ‘against’ them ?

For centuries we as a nation have hardly done any scientific invention.Leave alone invention, most of us have not even bothered to copy and build upon ‘their’ inventions. We could not even make good universities to properly learn the technical skills which they had mastered. We could not even build good industries to make products which ‘they’ invented. Do we even deserve to be the ‘masters of the world’. ?

Sipraomere says, there are 10 years left ? Miracles do happen, but short of a miracle, if we remain the same, we can not snatch the leadership of the world from them even in the next one thousand years.

We will have to become good Muslims.We will have to learn science and technology. We will have to become united and mature.We will have to become honest and hardworking, only then.....
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#170 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 16:04

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I am not against science and education. But first comes spirituality and aqeedah.

Mention one post of mine, Professor Maripat or Dr Alif who have mentioned it in the opposite order on the forum.

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#171 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 16:32
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For centuries we as a nation have hardly done any scientific invention.Leave alone invention, most of us have not even bothered to copy and build upon ‘their’ inventions. We could not even make good universities to properly learn the scientific skills which they mastered. We could not even build good industries to make products which they invented. Do we even deserve to be the ‘masters of the world’. ?


When we ponder deeper, we have to realize this that people need motivation to achieve something. We were inventing and utilizing our resources wisely when our elders were on the path of establishing khilafa in the whole of the world. Their aim was greater than themselves and therefore, they were using their resources to further the cause of Islam instead of filling their bellies. However, when nepotism entered the system of Khilafa (Yazid being the first unworthy monarch), the kingdom was being expanded not to spread the word of Allah but to gain and loot worldly resources. Except for a few honest and practicing kings, Muslims got corrupt and materialistic kings because the institution of khilafah got destroyed very early on.

For example, we had had technology of the whole world when we were ruling Baghdad. However, what was that technology being used for? Beautiful palaces and items of luxury. Technology itself is not good or evil. It's usage is. And it is the mindset of the ruling elite which uses their awaam to make use of the means available the way they are themselves programmed to do. If the ruling elite remains pious and have sound aqaid then they lead the whole ummah to glory by utilizing human and mineral resources to further the cause of Islam. If however, the ruling elite gets sick with wahn, the disease spreads in the awam like wild fire and the whole ummah morally, ethically and materially collapses. In order to polish the ruling elite two things are necessary.

Shurah system for appointing amir based on merit instead of inheriting power from father king. And secondly, pious and Allah fearing ulema.

As long as influential ulema keep steadfast and keep doing naseeha to the rulers, things remain in a certain limit. Even if rulers get corrupted they get corrected in a short while or the damage is minimized. Either the rulers make taubah out of fear of Allah. Or else, they get fear of revolt from their own subjects and thus remain hesitant.

What I mean to say is that pious, knowledgeable and brave ulema with insight who are the inheritors of Prophets, are the last shield which prevent Allah's curse and humiliation of ummah. However, when there is no alim who has influence over the masses or the influential ones get corrupted themselves, then Allah punishes the masses through natural disasters or through humiliation by the hands of kuffar. This is the right time when the ummah needs a Mujaddid, a leader. Hence, Imam Abu Hanifa Rh, Imam Ahmed ibn Hanbal Rh, Umar bin Abdul Aziz Rh, Imam Ghazali Rh, Maulana Rumi Rh, Salahuddin Ayubi Rh, Yusuf bin Tashfeen Rh, Mullah Umar Rh, Imam Mahdi Rh are born to lead the ummah out of chaos and bring them to glory again.

Therefore, the root of all problems is spiritual. Material problem is just an offshoot of spiritual problem.

We need high level spiritual fighting heroes (free of wahn) who will establish a spiritual Islamic State with a spiritual government which will utilize all the spiritual as well as material resources in order to further the cause of Islam.

Mark my words. The day Khorasan becomes rich and it's rulers become easy going, the people we call heroes today will be the worst of creatures on this earth. THEY ARE ONLY GREAT BECAUSE THEIR AQAID ARE SOUND AND THEY HAVE TO GO THROUGH THE GREATEST MUJAHIDA COMPARED TO THE REST OF THIS UMMAH.


There was a reason why Sahaba RA got so tough training in the early years of Islam.

Greatness comes after suffering.
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#172 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 16:55
After the occupation of Ctesiphon, one-fith of the booty gathered from Al-Madain was sent to Umar RA at Madina. These included vast riches comprising rare and priceless heirlooms. These comprised besides cash, the gorgeous carpet; the gem studded crown and royal robes; bangles of the Persian kings, and other curios.

On receiving the news of the subjugation of the capital of the Persian empire, Umar led a thanksgiving prayer. The Holy Prophet had prophesied that the Muslims would one day overpower the mighty empire of Persia and this prophecy had been fulfilled only within six years of the death of the Holy Prophet.

As Umar surveyed the vast riches that had been brought to Madina, he wept. These were tears partly indicative of his joy and partly of his fear lest such wealth might turn the head of the Muslims.

www.ummah.com/forum/forum/islam/general-islamic-topics/65...

And I say the problem is spiritual and the wise ones say Nay! But you are a fool...
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#173 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 17:00

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And I say the problem is spiritual and the wise ones say Nay! But you are a fool...

And we say that the problem is not spiritual only

  1. Nobody is saying that spirituality/Aqeedah is not "a" problem
  2. Nobody is saying that spirituality/Aqeedah is not the first priority
If you can understand it, there are no issues.
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#174 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 17:16
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It is your right to disagree. However, I strongly believe that once the spiritual problem is solved, other problems will be sorted out automatically. (Not saying that we will not have to work for it but am saying that we will need less effort due to state resources at our disposal and barakah due to our amaal). So maximum effort must be exerted on the ideological and spiritual side of things.

Let me give an example from our recent past.

Without having authority over state did Mao focus on the ideology of his party or did he focus on producing scientists. Yes he trained guerrillas. He was a guerrilla himself. However, did he focus on scientific inventions before he attained power.

And what course did Lenin take? Didn't he focus on the ideology of his party first and after coming to power focused on Industrializing Soviet Union?

You may say that we don't need to follow Mao and Lenin?

Fine!

In Makkah! Did Prophet Muhammad SAWS focus on learning military skills and technology or did he focus on formation and tazkiyah of his jamaat? Did he not instruct his companions to adopt military strategy after khilafah was established in Madina?

If you have any example that he did instruct his sahaba to learn science or worldly skills while in Makkah which will help them in their future khilafah state in Madina then please share as I am very less knowledgeable compared to you Oh Wise one.

Now the issue here is that I call these countries secular countries and not countries of Muslim Ummah. For me these are Makkah where if you give dawah of khilafah and if you give dawah to the rulers to change the system then you are declared terrorists, extremists and are bigoted and tortured. However, the wise ones consider these countries as "Muslim" countries. Hence, this deception leads them to believe that we can solve our problems through ways other than Tazkiyah and Jihad.
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#175 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 20:36
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I don't really know or care much what Mao did. My leader and example is Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) and he taught Sahaba affairs of the world while reforming them spiritually. I am a Muslim and not a Buddhist or Monk to sit in a cave and meditate and then emerge to the matters of the outside of the world.

I am a Ummati of Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) and all matters go simultaneously as taught in Sunnah.

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#176 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 20:48
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I don't really know or care much what Mao did. My leader and example is Nabi (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) and he taught Sahaba affairs of the world while reforming them spiritually. I am a Muslim and not a Buddhist or Monk to sit in a cave and meditate and then emerge to the matters of the outside of the world.


True but Hazrat! You didn't answer my questions precisely. You didn't address the issues I raised. Anyway! I cannot force you. It's your choice. Be blessed.
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#177 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 21:08
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#178 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd September 2019 23:23

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Yaar, I don't know where you get your ideas from?

Opinion 1: Spiritual Reformation ONLY and it will solve all problems

There isn’t a single Hadeeth or verse of the Qur’aan which advocates Muslims to concentrate on spiritual reformation (only) and that spiritual reformation will then lead to other (technical, tactical and strategic solutions).

The spiritual decline in the Ummah is a matter of great concern and it should be prioritised, there is no doubt. However, we are commanded to concern ourselves with matters of Dunya and stay abreast of them, the dead simple narration is this:

عن أنس بن مالك قَالَ رَجُلٌ يَا رَسُولَ اللَّهِ أَعْقِلُهَا وَأَتَوَكَّلُ أَوْ أُطْلِقُهَا وَأَتَوَكَّلُ قَالَ صَلَّى اللَّهُ عَلَيْهِ وَسَلَّمَ اعْقِلْهَا وَتَوَكَّلْ

Anas ibn Malik (RA) reported: A man said, “O Messenger of Allah (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam), should I tie my camel and trust in Allah, or should I leave her untied and trust in Allah?” The Prophet (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) said, “Tie her and trust in Allah.”


Now, Buddhist Monasticism of some kind (Mao, Confucius etc) may say something and but I seek guidance from Muhammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) of Madina and he taught me to concentrate and improve on multiple facets.


Opinion 2: Abandonment of Jihad in Makkan Period

I think you are getting your ideas from this verse.

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Any standard Tafseer of the Qur’aan would set the record straight. The “Makkan” ordainments have been abrogated and are no longer valid.

The simplest response to you is that there are “Makkan” verses in the Qur’aan about Alcohol such as this:

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So should we begin drinking (as long as we are not praying) because we are in Makkan period?

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If this is Makkan period then is it an obligation for us to pray half the night?

My simple point to you is how come in Makkan period selected verses of the Qur'aan apply (in your opinion) but other verses don't?

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#179 [Permalink] Posted on 4th September 2019 09:15
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Now, Buddhist Monasticism of some kind (Mao, Confucius etc) may say something and but I seek guidance from Muhammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) of Madina and he taught me to concentrate and improve on multiple facets.


Yeah, we don't need to follow Mao or Lenin or anybody else. I only gave that example because apart from Taliban there is no example of true Khilafah state or true Islamic government to be formed since the downfall of Ottomon Empire.

In those two examples also, the main point to focus on was that leaders first build their party through dawah, train them ideologically and militarily if they choose revolutionary route and when they come to power then they utilize state resources to develop their country and further their cause.

There is no need to say again and again that you are not a Budhist or we don't need to follow Mao or anyone else. (I only used them as an example since they have managed to establish their systems unlike us)

I also gave example of Prophet Muhammad SAWS and asked a clear question that show me one example where Prophet Muhammad SAWS instructed his companions to learn science or worldly skills in Makkah so that these skills can be used in Madinah to establish Khilafah. All I know is that he focused on dawah of aqaid and tazkiyah of his companions. This was his main focus there. If you have any new information to share. Then please. You clearly ignored this question.

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I think you are getting your ideas from this verse.


I think you are assuming too much. Please re read my post. Or any of my past post in this forum. Where have I used the term "Makkan Period"?

When I say Makkah and Madinah of current times, then I don't mean Makkan and Madinian period like the Tablighis do. I don't buy their conception of Makkan and Madinian period theory.

For me Makkah means any place where the system of Islam is not implemented and where you can't give dawah for khilafah without trouble. Means that when you will give dawah to those who are in authority to change the current political, socio-economic system then you will be ridiculed, tortured, bigoted the same way Prophet Muhammad SAWS and his companions ra were being tortured back in Makkah. Maulana Abdul Aziz and his students in Lal Masjid are a prime example for that. Obviously Tablighis don't face oppression from authorities because they are giving dawah of a watered down version of Islam restricted to Ibadaat and Akhlaq. However, if anyone today gives dawah of complete deen, he will be declared a terrorist.

I consider Afghanistan to be today's Madina because there is some part of Shariah being implemented there by the Taliban. And the army of Mahdi is going to come from that area to conquer the subcontinent and then meet Imam Mahdi and Isa Ibn Mariyam AS according to ahadith. Therefore, today's main Makkah like place is the subcontinent, (full of shirk and arrogance) and todays Madinah like place is Afghanistan where Shariah is being implemented through jihad.

I think I have clarified my point.

Now I will ask my questions again.

1. Are secular countries, countries of Muslim Ummah. Do they protect Muslim Ummah? Whether their rulers are so called Muslims or not. Whether there is monarchy, dictatorship or democracy. Are these countries Islamic or Muslim? Do you consider them. I consider all of these secular countries as Makkah. Subcontinent being the biggest Makkah like place because of widespread idol worship.

2. If secular countries are not caretakers of this ummah and are not Islamic or represent the political-socio-economic side of Islam and if you agree to this then show me one example where Prophet Muhammad SAWS instructed his Sahaba RA while in Makkah to gain worldly skills which will later on help build khiafah in Madina. In Makkah what was his main focus.

What is our position (Those who haven't or can't migrate to lands of Jihad and are living in secular countries)?

I consider myself and others who are living in secular countries similar to the position of those who had to remain in Makkah and they did not do hijrah out of weakness. We have no choice but to learn our aqeedah, uplift our iman through amaal and remain physically fit so that we could contribute at whatever level we can in the upcoming war. We today who are not giving dawah of complete deen are similar to those who have the weakest iman (On the condition that we consider secularism and any system of life other than Islam as kufr and if we intend to contribute in it's establishment whenever we have the chance of)
On the authority of Abu Sa’eed al-Khudree رضي الله عنه who said:

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I heard the Messenger of Allah (saw) say, “Whoso- ever of you sees an evil, let him change it with his hand; and if he is not able to do so, then [let him change it] with his tongue; and if he is not able to do so, then with his heart — and that is the weakest of faith.”

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If we remain silent and don't give dawah of khilafah openly but still believe that this system today is wrong and Khilafah is a necessary part of Islam then we are Muslims of weakest iman who hate and disown this system from our heart. If we give dawah of complete deen and bear hardships then we come in the second category. If we migrate to the lands of legitimate Jihad under the guidance of righteous scholars then we come in the first category i.e. Stop the evil from your hands.

Whatever knowledge, I have of seerah, I have reached to the conclusion not based upon one or two verses but looking at the over all situation.

My question remains unanswered. Give one example where Prophet Muhammad SAWS instructed his companions RA in Makkah to gain worldly skills so that these can be used to build Khilafah state in Madinah or any where else. What was his main focus in that area?
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#180 [Permalink] Posted on 4th September 2019 10:10

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You have a habit of asking questions which are never claimed. You continue to ignore responses and keep asking the same things over and over again because you “think” that it is the point of view of the person.


Instead of “thinking” about my point of view, READ and THEN ask me about my point of view. I am going to repeat myself and make a few point and then I will get to your questions.

Statement 1: I am not against science and education. But first comes spirituality and aqeedah.

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Clarify where I have claimed anything other than that?

Statement 2: And I say the problem is spiritual and the wise ones say Nay! But you are a fool...

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I have claimed that the problem is not just spiritual

Statement 3: However, I strongly believe that once the spiritual problem is solved, other problems will be sorted out automatically.

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Where did you get this from? Can you provide evidence from the Qur’aan and Sunnah? Where does it say that?


Statement 4: For me Makkah means any place where the system of Islam is not implemented and where you can't give dawah for khilafah without trouble. Means that when you will give dawah to those who are in authority to change the current political, socio-economic system then you will be ridiculed, tortured, bigoted the same way Prophet Muhammad SAWS and his companions ra were being tortured back in Makkah. Maulana Abdul Aziz and his students in Lal Masjid are a prime example for that.


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Maulana Abdul Aziz is anextremist Takfeeri TTP supporter and I do not subscribe to the ideology of planting bombs in Mosques and killing Muslims, you may do and that’s up to you. I do not advocate making Takfeer and killing Muslims.


Statement 5: Are secular countries, countries of Muslim Ummah. Do they protect Muslim Ummah?


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Who has claimed this?


Statement 6: Are these countries Islamic or Muslim?


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Any country which borders an Islamic country is Darul-Islam and a ruler which has “the ability” to implement Islam is a Muslim…whether he does so or not is a different matter. The ability to implement Shariah is the point and not the actual implementation. The person is a grave sinner for not trying.


Statement 7: If secular countries are not caretakers of this ummah and are not Islamic or represent the political-socio-economic side of Islam and if you agree to this then show me one example where Prophet Muhammad SAWS instructed his Sahaba RA while in Makkah to gain worldly skills which will later on help build khiafah in Madina.


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Are you claiming that Allah Ta’ala had FORETOLD THEM that you will be establishing Khilafah in Madina and they deliberately neglected the future. I am Sorry but you are severally mistaken!They acted according to Wahi, they carried on with their lives and REACTED to the circumstances WHILE being fully engaged in matters of Dunya (family, work,business dealings etc). Today, my model is Qur’aan and Sunnah and it tells me:


Statement 8: If we remain silent and don't give dawah of khilafah openly


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There is no “Dawah” to Khilafah,there is “Dawah to Islam” and entirety of Islam...There is no such as Dawah towards "Khilafah", it is component of Islam

Statement 9: My question remains unanswered. Give one example where Prophet Muhammad SAWS instructed his companions RA in Makkah to gain worldly skills so that these can be used to build Khilafah state in Madinah or any where else. What was his main focus in that area?


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To survive oppression and act on the Wahi of Allah Ta’ala as it was revealed. TODAY, the Deen is complete so we need to act on the Shariah as it is given to us. Makkah was a half-way point and revelation was still occurring (as I have rightly pointed out by multiple verses which you have ignored.


Why don’t you also advocate drinking since it was permissible in Makkah?

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  1. My ideal is not Mao or bomb planting Takfeerees, my ideal is Muhammad (Sallallaho Alaihe Wassallam) of Madina
  2. Makkah was a transitional phase in Islamic history and revelation was still being received. TODAY, the revelation is complete and I will look at the Shariah holistically and not pick and chose from incomplete revelation because Allah Ta'ala tells me:

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Give your evidence from fully completed Islam and not XYZ and half revealed verses and your imagination.

Khilafah:

Khilafah is a RESULT which Allah Ta'ala will bestow upon Muslims by following the Deen. You CANNOT establish it! You can (and should) the political and governance system of Islam but Allah Ta'ala will BLESS us with Khilafah by us shunning sins and follow Sunnah (including abandoning usury etc).

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By giving Dawah, do you mean that you are highlighting the socio-political system of Islam and making people aware? I can see that but it is ridicolous to claim that you are giving "Dawah" towards Khilafah! Dawah is towards Allah Ta'ala and Islam.

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