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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd November 2018 15:35
Influential religious scholar and former senator Maulana Samiul Haq has been assassinated at his residence in Rawalpindi, his son has confirmed.

Maulana Hamidul Haq said his father was stabbed to death while he was resting in his room.

"His driver Haqqani had gone out. On his return, he saw that Maulana Sami was lying in his bed in a pool of blood. He was no longer alive," Hamid said while talking to Geo News.

The news of his death comes at a sensitive time, with religio-political parties out on the streets protesting the Supreme Court's acquittal of Asia Bibi, a Christian woman, in a blasphemy case.

According to Hamid, Maulana Sami was unable to take part in the protest that was underway against Bibi's acquittal due to road blockades and had returned home.

"He was stabbed multiple times," he said. Maulana Sami's driver/gunman had left the room for approximately 15 minutes when he was stabbed.

Sami's body is being shifted to District Headquarters Hospital, TV reports said.

Maulana Sami, said to be around 83 years old, was the head of the Darul Uloom Haqqania seminary in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's Akora Khattak.

He was member of the Senate of Pakistan from 1985 to 1991 and again from 1991 to 1997.

He had been aligned with the ruling Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf for the July 25, 2018 election.

Prime Minister Imran Khan's party had sought to work closely with him to implement various reforms and mainstream madrassah education.

Last month, a high-level delegation from Afghanistan had called on Maulana Sami, known as the "Father of the Taliban", at Darul Uloom Haqqania and urged him to play a role in resolving the Afghan issue.

The delegation had appealed to the JUI-S chief to play the role of a mediator between different groups of Taliban as they considered him [Maulana Sami] their elder. The delegation members assured him that they would accept his decision for reconciliation in Afghanistan.

Maulana Sami had told them that the Afghan issue was very complicated and its resolution was not an easy task for him. However, he had said he wished to see a logical end to the Afghan issue and an end to bloodshed in the country.

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd November 2018 16:28
Just recently Maulana had called for punishing the CJP Saqib Nisar according to law for his blasphemous decision regarding Aasia. He also said that he had warned Imran Khan that his government would meet the same fate for reversing Aasia's sentence which Nawaz Sharif's government had met after hastening Mumtaz Qadri's death sentence to please foreign powers.

The timing of his assassination should not be lost on anyone.

I think it's time Pakistan went to civil war and toppled the corrupt and decadent politicians and military who are serving masters other than Allah and Prophet SAW.
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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd November 2018 17:41

اَسی سال کی عمر میں شہادت۔ اللہ اللہ۔ 


قاتل ذلیل تو آخرت میں ذلیل ہوںگے ہی لیکن اللہ تعالی نے اس عمر میں ان کی قسمت میں شہادت لکھی تھی۔


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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd November 2018 19:32
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How strange that you want 'civil war' in a Muslim country !

I can understand your sentiments on the issue of Asia Bibi case,and even agree with it,but how did you translate it into a curse upon millions of Muslims is beyond me...

A civil war means blood shed,destruction,loss of life and property,separation from loved ones,loot,rape,chaos and anarchy ...how can a Muslim,an Ummati of the prophet pbuh, want it for his brothers and sisters in faith ? How can you justify your this post on the day of judgement before Allah swt...and how can you claim shafa'at of the prophet pbuh while this curse upon his UMMA is in the list of your deeds ?

Did we not have enough of it in Syria,Iraq,yamen,Libya ? Are we not seeing the results of the so called Arab Spring with our own eyes ? Our thirst for blood is not quenched yet ?

May Allah swt grant you taufeeq of dua for this UMMA.Amin

You my want to wait for a few days to find out what was the real reason behind the martyardem of Moulana ra,may be it was related to some issue not connected to the recent turmoil in Pakistan,who knows ?
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 2nd November 2018 21:34

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Take this false ghairat of yours and dump it somewhere else , maybe on trump’s head. Or just keep shut so iblees is not able to to spew through your mouth.

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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd November 2018 01:50
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Sorry to say but your post is a reminder of how cowardly the Muslims have become. Even the passing mention of a war strikes hysterical fear in their hearts. By a "civil war" I didn't necessarily mean an all-out war, but there needs to be at least a rebellion to topple the corrupt within Pakistan. There doesn't need to be a senseless loss of life, loot plunder or rape if a rebellion is lead by the right people. Mufti Tariq Masood says the ulema are ready to rebel, the only thing stopping is the name "Islamic Republic" for Pakistan. My question is, does it exhibit any sign of being an Islamic republic? Especially at the level of its rulers? So why wait for it to be officially declared a secular country before rebelling?

As for the deaths that come with an act like that, well, there is always a price to pay when you want true change. Though isn't living without eemaan a kind of death itself? A "war" like the one I mean will not be a curse on the Ummah, rather a blessing in this time. Anyways, don't worry, the Pakistanis of today are in no state to even harbor thoughts of standing up for themselves, so there will be no righteous bloodshed. For now.
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd November 2018 06:44
These are very sensitive times. May Allah have mercy on us.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 3rd November 2018 06:46
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The enemies of Pakistan and Islam want it to happen and take advantage of this situation. However, it will create only chaos and worsen the situation further.
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#9 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2018 07:04
Such a sad news, an old aalim being killed and doesn't even get the same coverage of a dirty christian who mocked our Prophet sallallahu alayhi wa sallam
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#10 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2018 09:12
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Being 'coward' is different from being 'careful'...and being 'brave' is different from being 'heedless'.

Obviously I can't read your mind so I will take the word 'civil war' by its meaning,one should be careful in choosing the words while expressing himself.

Rebellion by 'right' people is a vague term and needed some further qualification,everyone and every group thinks they are the right people and the so called 'rebellion' by the 'right people' of one group will be spontaneously and immediately challenged by the 'right people' of an other group...that is how a civil war starts....!

Look brother, I appreciate your sentiments all the way,it is only that one needs to be sensible in such things.Pakistan is not the only Muslim country which is practically not according to Sharia.Show me any Muslim country in the world which is truly Islamic ? That is exactly what started unrest in the Muslim youth and prompted them to rebel against their establishments, first as ikhwan,then by Alqaeda and the likes of it and later in the Arab Spring. The result was even more chaos,more political and economic instability, more vulnerability to the
Powerful west,more dependence on Kuffar and more disunity amongst Muslims.We ended up being more at loss.We lost most of the very limited capabilities we had,our holy rebel warriors killed more innocent Muslims than they killed kafirs,our countries ended up being banana states,the infighting thus started continues till today and the ultimate result is that we are left without even the slightest potential to resist,even if we want to...

Every movement for ‘change’ is supposed to be for the good,not for the bad..

Why try to tread the path which has proved itself to be destructive for the Ummah ?
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#11 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2018 15:24

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إنا لله وإنا إليه راجعون

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It is Sunnah to ask for safety and security from Allah and against Sunnah to ask Allah for hardship and destruction. If hardship and destructions comes then ask for patience and for it to end BUT remain steadfast on Eemaan.

Learn the basics of deen, first!


 
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#12 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2018 17:11
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#13 [Permalink] Posted on 4th November 2018 17:12
fod1083 is a newly created account. Suggests its a troll.
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#14 [Permalink] Posted on 6th November 2018 08:05

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He looks like a common bother to me who just gave vent to his frustration openly. Let us not get entangled with each other and lose focus of the issue.
 
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