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#796 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 13:34
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#797 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 13:38
Everyone has a different way of expressing the same thing. Some are blunt and straightforward. Others are more tactful and subtle. A long time ago I read somewhere, there was a famous scholar in previous times (Curse my memory for not remembering his name). He used to criticize the wrong doings of government but in a manner that the government couldn't punish him because he would use "Hakayats" for naseeha. I haven't heard Maulana's speech to be honest but I don't doubt his intentions and I believe that he doesn't support the population control idea.
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#798 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 13:53
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I am one of Maulana's biggest supporters, and do think that he wasn't endorsing the planned parenthood campaign of Saqib Nisar and the government, rather was trying to criticize it in his own style. However, his endorsement of Imran Khan is what's worrying me. Hasn't IK proven that his "Madani riyasat" slogan is a show he is putting on and has no real interest in such an ideological change? All this change in his ideas about the kind of state he wants to see also seem to have appeared only after his marriage and I have suspected since long that this slogan is just a political stunt to win the common people towards him. Just like the sudden "religiosity" of his campaign ads before the election which showed him on a prayer mat in a position of sajdah.

I don't know, maybe I should give him the benefit of the doubt but ever since he's come to power, I don't really see any steps that are leading to an actual Madni riyasat. I feel like the people and the ulema are being taken for a ride by the real powers who are running the show. The ones who have Qadiyanis amidst them and have no loyalty to Pakistan or to Muslims.

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#799 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 14:36
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#800 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 14:38
I am not sure about IK yet. I think he is being played by his secular saathis. Anyway, only time will tell the whole truth. Well! I don't have any expectations from these people. They have been programmed like this. Actually this is what mental slavery is. You think you are free but you are just a puppet and doing the bidding of your own enemies. This education system is wasting our "Diamonds". Even if a person is honest and hard working, he doesn't know the right thing to do. His analysis is without baseerah because he is ignorant of the teachings of Deen.
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#801 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 14:42
Unless the whole system is not built anew from ground up according to the teachings of Islam, these problems will not be solved and further worsen.

Democracy can't bring change. It can only transfer the disease from one party to another.
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#802 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 15:14
If I may clarify my position,please....

I am not a supporter of IK,unless he proves himself at some stage.So far he has done nothing suggesting he 'actually' wants 'Riyasat e Madina'...

The main purpose of my post was about the methodology of Tableegh,keeping the example of Maulana Tariq jameel sb in mind.I am inclined to give him benefit of husne dhan.

Fod has hinted at something crucial in his post.Those who can search things on the net,may check into the family background of some important people in Pakstan.
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#803 [Permalink] Posted on 16th December 2018 16:13
Every state in the world has a deep state. This is nothing new now.
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#804 [Permalink] Posted on 21st December 2018 07:10
Pointless to be Famous


I have a colleague who in a sense is my alter ego. This phrase alter ego signifies that we are talking about two people whom people confuse with each other. So many times people called me with his name. I am sure he was called by my name equally.

Of course he is smarter. For example once a retired professor of the department was pi-ssed off with me. After giving the event a long thought for a long period I concluded that the only possibility is that the remarks this professor was attributing to me could have been from this person for I simply do not take pot shots at the people.

Another manifestation of his smartness can be guessed from the following episode. I was in a Waleema and I was alone. He was not there. Of course that should make me more dearer than him but wait. He was not there because he was out of station. His family was there. So in effect where I am invited alone he is not invited merely with his wife but whole family.

The rest you can guess about his charm, power of persuasion and versatility in inter-personal relationships. He simply takes the cake in this matter. Very popular.

Yet this fame and popularity has to be looked in perspective. I do not know about him but there is a case where fame has its own price - the price that I am not really capable of paying. The episode is about late engineer Ahmed Saleem Peerzada who expired a year ago and was the founder president of Parcham Party - a small Aligarh based political party.

He told me that he simply do not get to eat meat. Why? Who will buy it? The political work, in spite of his monumental dedication and sacrifices, simply did not pick up. But then he has to maintain that image of being the president of a political party! He could not be seen standing on the chicken or mutton shops.

At least in case of Mr Peerzada popularity exacted a big price. Sadly with no returns for him of any kind. He died a man with a broken heart.
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#805 [Permalink] Posted on 21st December 2018 07:27
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Parcham was not a 'small' party,it was one faction of People's Democratic Party in Afghanistan,including KHALQ and PARCHAM.Babrak karmal who took over after Hafizullah Amin belonged to PARCHAM,and after him Dr Najibullah also belonged to PARCHAM but later changed its name to watan party.

Khalq and parcham both played their role in devastation of Afghanistan and acted as soviet proxies in a Muslim land :(

When I say it was not 'small' I am not talking in terms of numbers, communists and socialists were never popular in Afghanistan,I mean they were 'significant' in the political power structure of that unfortunate time in the history of Afghanistan.
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#806 [Permalink] Posted on 29th December 2018 08:15
Muslim Youth Today


Well there is the whole spectrum of Muslim youth today.

There are some who are really in the pit. The majority is in the state that might not be objectionable from modern point of view but from the Islamic point of view it will be. Then there is that layer that is dear to Allah SWT. Small but my dear.

And then to make the difference you do not need huge armies. I suppose that many number of the youth are there for us even today, in bad, very bad times.

The problem is to tap this youth. And that is our problem. That is where we are failing.

To cut the long story short I am looking for that segment of our youth for I would like the things to change for the Muslims Ummah for better.

I am looking for that youth who would see the Afrazul Khan being butchered live on video and stand up and say to the world that it was terrible and it is not acceptable and the things have to change.

I am looking for that Muslim youth who will look at the things as they stand for Muslims of India and say that this is terrible and unacceptable.

I am looking for that youth who will look at the things as a these stand for the Muslims world over and say that there is imbalance and it is not acceptable, it is not OK.

I am looking for the youth who will see the things in India as the these stand for Muslims and say that this is not a good but a very bad deal and this is not acceptable.

I am looking for the youth who looks at Indian media and its portrayal of Muslims and stand up and say that this portrait is simple wrong to the limits of absurdity.

I am looking for the youth who will look at the deal that has been given to the Muslims world over by the so called progressive liberal west and declare that the deal is shabby and hence unacceptable.

I am looking for the youth who will have the courage to speak of the atrocities on the Palestinian Muslims, Rohingyas and speak the name of the region that I can not speak and write about.

I am looking for the youth who will stand up and tell his fellow Muslim youth that there is no need for individual Muslim youth to lay down their lives so as to save the assets, honour, dignity and property of the hapless Muslims the world over but our 56 armies the world over should be doing that.

I am looking for the youth who will have the sense to realize that talking about the Khurasan paradigm will have him cut short even before he begins and work towards turning the attention of our rulers to work for the Ummah rather than just for their own survival.

I am looking for the youth who will go beyond the legitimate realization that unity of Ummah is necessary and realize further that any talk of Muslim unity will alarm the coward west to think of their worst nightmare called the caliphate and yet work for uniting the Ummah.

I am looking for the youth who can understand that western encroachment from Muslim life space can be removed and should be removed and who is ready to work for it.

I am looking for the youth who is smart enough to not get caught by the west in her net and trap who can not be fooled by the west and who is smart enough to escape the western net of retribution against them - our youth.

I am looking for the Muslim youth who can go beyond the limitations put in their path by our unwise theological establishment.

I am looking for the youth who can go beyond the shameless cowardice of our modern educated intelligentsia.

I am looking for the youth who is has not been emasculated by our overtly docile Sufia.

I am looking for the youth who can see beyond the sensitized theology of the Ulama.

I am looking for the youth who has the guts to declare to the world that no more atrocities on Muslims will be entertained.

I am looking for the youth who can argue with the west in the idiom known to them.

I am looking for the youth who is aware of the western encroachment on our cultural space and communicate our resentment to the west.

Who can do the same for social, economic, financial, business, commercial space.

Who can do the same for the scientific, industrial, technological space.

Who can do the same for the military and political space.

I am looking for the youth who can invest their worldly abilities for the cause of the Ummah.

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#807 [Permalink] Posted on 31st December 2018 05:22
A massive post by brother Dawud Israel on a blog.
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#808 [Permalink] Posted on 31st December 2018 05:30
Nayaab hai ye gardish-e-sayyaragan ki rakh
Kuchh sar pa dal kuchh kafo-daman mein le ke chal

Rare and scanty is this dust of path of the rovers
Put some on your head and take some in your grip

Mir Ahmed Navaid
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#809 [Permalink] Posted on 31st December 2018 08:43
Gathering Courage


Sub-han Allah. All these years I have been just trying to gather courage to speak the truth that the detractors of Islam and Muslims have encroached upon our life space. Of course it was also a struggle to understand what has gone wrong. Clearly there will be some intrinsic, internal problems and there will be some extrinsic, external problems. I feel that external problems are more serious than internal ones. And this is the encroachment by the detractors that I am talking about.
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#810 [Permalink] Posted on 1st January 2019 07:07
Sacrifice vs Victory


Both sacrifice and victory are the fruits of the same tree.

Yet, boy, are they different!

And when I say boy I also mean girls.

Coming back to the difference between sacrifice and victory.

Sacrifice is a sobering experience while victory is and exalting one.

Former is a matter of Sabr while the latter of Shukr.

Shukr is easy but Sabr is difficult. Sometimes it is more difficult than at other times.

But the fact remains that there is no third compartment given by the Deen to us.

Then there are the changing times. There are times when it is peace time and you can indulge in worldly pursuits and enjoy the fruits. Then there are the other times when you have to sacrifice your wealth, time, energy, reputation, power and strength for the path of Allah SWT.

So my boys and girls when the Saffron is indulging in Cow Vigilantism in India ( saying nothing of the K-word), when the Zionists continue to butcher the Palestinians at will, when Rohingyas are put to near genocide, when Gulf countries are destroyed by the liberators of the Democracy from the west then what kind of times do you expect these to be?

Are these times for flourishing in wealth and pleasure or to switch to the sobering tasks of crying for the Ummah, toiling for their protection, sending them food, pleading your case before the hugely powerful west and so on?

I am sure you get the drift of my words.

The problem that irritates me most in this regard is that though our theological establishment does habitually talk about the problems of the Ummah and the negativity that we have around us but they talk not of the real worldly problems. They talk only of the fictitious problems like we not doing enough Zikr, not spending enough time for learning Tajweed, not going out for forty days in Jama-at.

Dear Sufi Sahab, dear Maulwi Sahab, dear Jama-ati Bhai I need and I want a break!
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