Lets think through what you are saying...
My question remains...HOW IS all of this the fault of CIA?
Is it CIA or is it not dealing with Imran when we there was overwhelming evidence that he was smuggling drugs? Then not dealing with Wasim. Then allowing Amir to play for Pakistan, again.
Let me tell you another story to try to make my point. One of my (MBA) business Professors said in the lecture to us that during his MBA he had to go visit Toyota factory and look at their business processes.
Toyota gave them a tour, explained their manufacturing process and the business objectives and then asked for any questions, one of the students asked:
Student: So how many cars does Nisaan produce in UK and how do they compare to your processes?
Toyota: Why would I go and learn Nisaan processes? I don't really care what Nisaan does! I work for Toyota and my job is to ensure that we work on enhancing our efficiency and becoming number 1. We don't care who our competitor is but we need to get better and better and if we are not getting better we are stalling and moving backwards. Every minute which I am spending worrying about Nisaan is a minute which I am not spending on Toyota.
I know that you don't believe in science or education so let me make the same point with a Hadeeth.
Leave aside what does not concern you and concentrate on what concerns you.
The greatest export of Indian Muslims to the rest of the world is “Hazrat Worship”. The greater the influence of Indian Muslims on a community, the greater the Hazrat Worship (South Africa, Britain and Canada). It is eating Indian Muslim like termite and since most Hazrats are in North India (UP specifically), this area automatically rules Indian (Muslims).
The lesser the influence of Indian Muslims on a community, the lesser the Hazrat worship (New Zealand, Australia, America & (rest of) Europe).
Hazrat worship has its advantages in the sense that outwardly visible Sunnahs are clearly followed and practised but Hazrat Worship has it disadvantages that it stunts the growth of Muslims and checks the growth of communities to become self-sufficient.
Hazrat Worship also instils a sense of isolation and in fact promotes isolation, CUT OFF FROM THE WORLD and engage in personal Islah (from your Hazrat) as the rest of the world is not your concern.
If Muslims disengage from wider society and work on “Islah from their Hazrat” the result is the calamity which is befalling Indian Muslims and whoever follows that model (in South Africa, Britain and Canada).
A sign of Hazrat worship is indulgence into conspiracy theories, all Hazrat worshippers have a ready supply of WHO IS TO BLAME for their problems as their outlook inherently never looks at Islah of the community. The theory is that everybody Islah’s is done the general Islah will be automatic so concentrate on personal Islah.
This is AGAINST Sunnah and AGAINST Islam.
Personal Islah is of utmost priority and concern but community and society should be given the utmost attention.
The reason Indian Muslims behave in this manner is because for centuries (even when Muslims ruled) the Ulama and Mashaykh had pretty much cut them off from the Government and Rulers and when the British came (the establishment of DU Deoband) professionalised and codified this isolation.
Ulama sit and teach in Madaris for most of their lives and the rest of Indian Muslims get on with their lives (as they can), the two sides are on different paths and it came from the isolation of the Ulama (*) and the distance just kept getting bigger and bigger.
Ground and grassroots effort is needed to galvanise and revive this (semi-dead) Muslim Ummah. Maripat Saheb and others and intellectuals who are proposing strategies and Ulama are giving Bayans but it will not make any significant difference because there is no grassroots revival. Ulama give Bayans and expect people to change or tryt o Islah as taught by their Mahsyakh 800 years ago when society and people have changed. Most Sufees don't have their Islah (done) over decades so rest of common (Muslims) have no chance. The Deen of Islam is not an isolationalist, monk-like movement, it comes to change socities and impacts generations.
(*) The establishment of DU Deoband (in isolation) should have been a temporary measure during the British colonial Raj and not a permanent fixture. Darul-ulooms are a lifeblood of our Deen but they should not be in isolation and form a mini world of their own, they should be fully integrated into the life, ethos and communities of Muslims. Read my words before (carefully) before commenting.
This cannot be undone and I am sure it will be greatly appreciated.