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#241 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 13:23
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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 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’. ?


One genuine question.

They acquired technology to take revenge from us for our occupation of their lands and eventually they also wanted to rule the world. This was their ambition and they worked for it.

However, many of us today believe that khilafah is not fardh and at the end of the day it's the life hereafter.

Now this is ironic. At first place, some of us or many of us want to progress in dunia, where as they deny the fardhiyat of khilafah. How can we as an ummah be motivated to learn worldly skills if we don't believe in khilafah or it's fardhiyat anymore? What will motivate us to gather the resources, if we don't believe that removing the system of injustice and establishing the system of justice is our duty as an ummah? Why should we learn technological skills and what will motivate us to do so? When most of us believe that we only need to succeed in the world here after. This dunia is not important. Then why would we be motivated to learn worldly skills?

First comes the ambition and then comes action. We have killed our own ambition and expect action from ourselves? They have invented all the things we use. So what is there for us to invent?

No brother! They only learned worldly skills to stop, defeat and dominate us and rule rest of the world. With this Jew World Order they are preparing the grounds for Dajjal. As long as we don't have the ambition to establish an Islamic World Order (Global Khilafah) and replace this Jew World Order then we have no ambition left to do anything major.

Without motivation and a set goal larger than life, people can't reach to the highest of their abilities.

Is the point which I am trying to make too difficult to understand?
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#242 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 13:28
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Brother! The Markaz is going to be built whether with technology or without it. It is Afghanistan and we are winning. I am happy for that true nation. I am happy for the Victorious Pakhtoons of Afghanistan. You say that they will not let us. We will do it with full conviction. This will only take iron will. Their super power status has been burred in the ground. Call me a fanatic. But I am very happy while seeing the momineen win. I am very happy and joyful. May Allah help these heavenly princes.
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#243 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 14:52
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Dr alif, are you from Afghanistan?

What is the reality of deen like there? Afghanis are nice people mashaallah.

Which ulama do you benefit from there? Could you tell us a bit about how it is there and who the main ulama and mashaikh are there?

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#244 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 16:03
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Muad khan calls me Doctor, before him, my very favourite sipraomer called me a ‘man from the agencies’ :)

But that is not important anyway.

No Brother, i am not from Afghanistan.My knowledge about Afghanistan is almost as much as yours, may be less...

I wish i could be more helpful, i am sorry !
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#245 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 17:03
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He is from KPK, Pakistan.

Sorry Doctor Sahab! I leaked the secret out ;)
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#246 [Permalink] Posted on 8th September 2019 23:22
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Mashaallah
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#247 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 08:34
Ummah Ditched Pakistan on Kashmir


From Parvez Hoodboy:

"It’s not just because of India; here’s why it is unlikely that KSA and UAE would ever support Pakistan on Kashmir. KSA is a monarchy run by the House of Saud while UAE is an autocracy run by sheikhs from different Emirati tribes. One becomes a ruler in KSA/UAE because of rank at birth, not by election or competence or any other virtue. Therefore, people cannot be allowed to express their will, advocating democracy is a punishable crime, and dissent is quashed well before it can reach the streets.

Can you imagine the consequences if KSA and UAE were to advocate the democratic rights of Kashmiris? The very next question would be: what about elections and democracy at home? KSA’s foreign minister was therefore as likely to demand democracy or plebiscite in Kashmir as he was to revealing the whereabouts of Jamal Khashoggi’s remnants."
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#248 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 08:57
The Hindu Takeover of a Muslim State


This is the write up by Kapil Komireddy in the Washinton Post.

Every paragraph in this write up is something that everybody knows but no one was talking till now.

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For two weeks, Kashmir, India’s sole Muslim-majority state, has existed in a surreal state of nonexistence. Since a presidential decree abolished the state, revoked its autonomy and partitioned it into two federally administered territories, the Internet has been shut down, cellular networks have been disabled, and even landlines went dead. Public assembly is banned, and citizens are under curfew. A soldier has been stationed outside every house in some villages. Eight million people have been cut off from the world — and from one another. Pharmacies are running out of medicine, households are low on food, and hospitals are clogging up with injured protesters. Narendra Modi, India’s prime minister, insists that all this is for the good of the Kashmiris. India’s grip on Kashmir has seldom been stronger. Its hold on Kashmiris, however, has never been more threadbare.


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Modi’s sudden takeover in Kashmir is the fulfillment of a long ideological yearning to make a predominantly Muslim population surrender to his vision of a homogeneous Hindu nation. It is also a way of conveying to the rest of India — a union of dizzyingly diverse states — that no one is exempt from the Hindu-power paradise he wants to build on the subcontinent. Kashmir is both a warning and a template: Any state that deviates from this vision can be brought under Delhi’s thumb in the name of “unity.”

This summarizes the ideological moorings.
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Those who believe that such a day will never come — that India’s democratic institutions and minority protections will assert themselves — also never thought that someone like Modi would one day lead the country. Modi once seemed destined to disappear into history as a fanatical curio. As the newly appointed chief minister of Gujarat, he presided over the worst communal bloodletting in India’s recent history in 2002, when 1,000 Muslims, by a conservative estimate, were slaughtered by sword-wielding Hindus in his state over several weeks. Some accused Modi of abetting the mobs; others said he turned a blind eye to them. The carnage made Modi a pariah: Liberal Indians likened him to Hitler, the United States denied him a visa, and Britain and the European Union boycotted him.

This tells us how naive everybody has been about the intentions and capabilities of the Saffronite.
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But Modi expanded and solidified his appeal among India’s Hindus, a religious majority whose resentment at being invaded and ruled for centuries by Muslims had been papered over for decades with platitudes from India’s secular elites. He used three powerful tools to propel his ascent. The first was sadism, the hint that, under him, Hindu radicals could indulge a dormant bloodlust: After the killing of a Muslim man in police custody, for instance, Modi mused at a 2007 rally, “If AK-57 [sic] rifles are found at the residence of a person … should I not kill them?” (The crowd roared back: “Kill them! Kill them!”) The second was schadenfreude, an exultation in the torment of defenseless minorities: At an earlier rally in 2002, Modi had ruminated on the fate of the Muslims displaced by the recent Gujarat riots, asking: “What should we do? Run relief camps for them? Do we want to open baby-producing centers?” His audience erupted with laughter. “We have to teach a lesson to those who are increasing population at an alarming rate,” he said. The final affect was self-pity, a license for Hindus to regard themselves as the real victims. He told Parliament that India had been a slave nation for more than 1,000 years and claimed that there were forces out to kill him.

The schadenfreude perpetrated on hapless Muslims.
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Since his 2014 election to the premiership, bigotry has been ennobled as a healthy form of self-assertion. Lynchings of Muslims — breathlessly demonized as jihadists devoted to seducing and converting Hindu women — by aggrieved Hindu mobs have become such a common sport that dozens of videos of grisly murders circulate on WhatsApp groups run by Hindu nationalists. Last summer, a minister in Modi’s cabinet garlanded eight men who had been convicted of lynching a Muslim man. In this universe, Kashmir could never remain autonomous, a place impervious to the desires of a majority happy to see its will done by violence.

Bigotry unlimited unleashed.
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Modi’s reelection this year emboldened the supporters whose rage he skillfully incited. The prime minister rarely acknowledges the murders of minorities. Rarer still are instances when he condemns them. Not once, in fact, has he memorialized, by name, Muslims slain by Hindu fundamentalists. This is not an accident. It is a small step from letting Hindu vigilantes subjugate their Muslim neighbors to subjugating them himself, using the power of the state, as he has now done in Kashmir.

Team Modi had lost confidence before the elections but the incorrigible fans did ultimately vote for him.
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Modi’s political awakening occurred in the training camps of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, a right-wing paramilitary group that incubated the modern politics of Hindu nationalism. The RSS introduces young “volunteers” to the vast pantheon of supposed villains who plundered and emasculated India over the ages — the medieval Islamic invaders, the accommodationists like Mohandas Gandhi and the Congress party he led, the Muslim nationalists who mutilated India to create Pakistan and sought to abscond with Kashmir — and exhorts them to shed their Hindu impotence. The effect on Modi’s young mind was so powerful that he came to regard the RSS as his family, abandoned his wife and mother, and wandered through India as a catechist of the Hindu nationalist cause.

The nursery called RSS.

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By seizing Kashmir, Modi has mollified votaries of Hindu nationalism and established himself as the father of what they proudly call the “New India.” Kashmir was always at the top of their wish list, which also includes the construction of a temple in Ayodhya, where a mosque stood for half a millennium before Hindu nationalists razed it in 1992; the erasure of small privileges granted to minorities (such as a subsidy for the Muslim pilgrimmage to Mecca); a legal end to religious conversions by Hindus; an extra-legal suppression of interfaith romance and marriages, especially when the bride is Hindu and the groom Muslim; and, ultimately, the rewriting of the constitution to declare India a formally Hindu state.

Glorious hour of the Nagpur brand of Hinduism.

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But can India, the most heterogeneous society on Earth, survive the ascent of a majority like this? In his stirring inaugural speech to the first freely elected assembly of Kashmir in 1951, Sheikh Abdullah, the wildly popular socialist who championed Kashmir’s accession to India, laid out the choices before Kashmiris. India’s commitment to “secular democracy based upon justice, freedom and equality,” he explained, negated the “argument that the Muslims of Kashmir cannot have security in India.” India’s constitution, Abdullah said, “has amply and finally repudiated the concept of a religious state, which is a throwback to medievalism.” Abdullah denounced Pakistan, a quasi-theocracy that waged a war in 1948 to seize Kashmir, as “a feudal state” where “the appeal to religion constitutes a sentimental and a wrong approach.” But his rejection of Pakistan was also a reminder to India that secularism was the nonnegotiable condition of Kashmir’s allegiance. Kashmiris, he said, “will never accept a principle which seeks to favor the interests of one religion or social group against another.” That sentence was aimed then at Pakistan. It applies now to India.


Defining India to include Kashmir.
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Kashmiri separatists who once labeled India a “Hindu state” could be dismissed at the time as chauvinists, and India could credibly argue for Kashmir’s place within its polyglot fold: The religion of Kashmiris was irrelevant to their full citizenship of the Indian state. But now the separatists’ claim against India has as much substance and weight as Abdullah’s against Pakistan. The argument of “inclusive nationalism” deployed by Modi’s predecessors to persuade Kashmiri separatists to participate in elections is unavailable to him, a religious nationalist. An India that has ceased to be secular will have forever lost its argument for Kashmir. The calm currently imposed on the region conceals a deep rage that is waiting to erupt. The abuse of Kashmir justified by Modi as “integration” may, if it is not confronted and reversed, be the beginning of the end of India’s unity.


The precipice.
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#249 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 09:27
They have done it Maripat....and with each passing day it looks more likely that they will as easily digest it. Pakistani media and government is gradually bringing down their rhetoric. People like us, who expected that Pakistan will go for an overt or covert war over Kashmir, are gradually becoming disillusioned....

It is obvious that Kashmiris have been left to their destiny by Muslims and non Muslims alike. For how long will the poor Kashmiris keep fighting and suffering and why ? If Pakistan don’t care, if the Ummah don’t care, if the collective conscious of the international community don’t care, why should Kashmiris care ?

If history is any guide, the Hindu won’t stop here. Those who think the war is over are dead wrong. Those who think giving up on Kashmir will solve the problems between India and Pakistan are fooling themselves. If Hindu was that trust worthy why we created Pakistan to begin with ? The Hindu will never stop short of complete domination and the more weakness we show, the bolder they will get....

It is not only Kashmir, we sold out the cause of Palestine in a similar way. Instead of helping the Palestinians we are pressurising them for ‘surrender’ , we are becoming a partner in the crime along with America and Israel. Will this policy of appeasement stop Israel from becoming ‘greater Israel’ ? Obviously not ! Why such policies then ? Our Master صَل الله عليه وسلم told us why, it is ‘Wahn’ وهن “Love of dunya and fear of death”.....
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#250 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 09:49

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An Atheist is talking about "Ummah" :lol

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#251 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 09:55
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The quote is from the site called www.print.in and a Facebook friend has quoted it. I can not open the site. My impression is that Professor Hoodbhoy's reference to Muslim Ummah might be sarcastic.

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#252 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 09:58
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How Much Food?

How much food do you store in your home? Not for more than a month, I suppose.

Kashmir is different, then. They are used to curfew.

But again how much different? I suppose even they might not be prepared for such long duration.

We all knew that there were many people, not all Saffronites, for whom Kashmir was an integral part of India but without Kashmiris. That number was underestimated completely.
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#253 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 10:23

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Kashmirees

I have been dealing with Kashmirees (Both Pakistani and Indian) for a very long time and the resilience and tenacity of these people will Insha'Allah surprise the world. 

May Allah Ta'ala ease to your suffering and bring safety and security to them (Ameen).

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#254 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 11:23
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If we want to avoid the disturbance in the region, we should know that we won’t be able to do that. Nature don't like ‘vacuum’. If Pakistan and the ummah is not ready to act, the vacuum in kashmir will be filled by other actors, whom even the kashmiris would neither recognise nor own them

Recently I saw some disturbing photos of the activities and training of Daesh Khorasan inside Afghanistan. Looks like a monster of a force is being created to destabilise the whole region.
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#255 [Permalink] Posted on 9th September 2019 12:01
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Good point! However, they could have demanded India to stop her war crimes in Kashmir and stop this zulm at least.
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