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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 01:00
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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 02:05
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Who is responsible for this murder ?

Who will make this murderer a celebrity ?

Who must do the damage control now and end this non-slamic extremism. I shall call that entity a real mujahid and a real contributor towards Islam

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#3 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 05:41
There is another question : Can an isolated incident be generalized to a harbinger of full blown genocide?
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#4 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 07:46
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Media blows this out of proportion. But media is not in our control.

Our Ulema and Tahreeks (movements) can be controlled by us.

Hot debates won't cost us not even a rupee. But changing our life style, honesty, charity, business ethics etc demands sacrifices.

The common reason behind invitation towards qadianism etc. are; hunger of food or hunger of money, the qadianis supply or feed them.

Why can't we aashiqan-e-rasool supply that. I hear that the qadianis supply money in lakhs, offer good job in Europe, beautiful girls for nikah etc. May be a day may come, they may follow Mir Sadiq or Mir Jaffer.

Prof sab, when did we Indians last hear of shia sunni riots, you live near Kanpur, Lucknow etc. What has changed, we Indians have set other priorities. Or, rather we were compelled to do so.
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#5 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 07:49
How many other gun related killings were there in Peshawar on the same day as this incident? Was this really religiously motivated or just a hot head with an access to a gun?
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#6 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 08:42
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Definitely hot head with access to a gun. But the media will not push this narrative. We Muslims have no right to call the Westerners Islamophobe when we will believe any narrative by the media which paints Muslims as extremists.
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#7 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 08:58
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Why is an atmosphere created where a person gets hot head while discussing religious issue.

And this hot hotheadedness is called ishq-e-rasool, a murderer is called a hero. And many more are waiting to follow him and turn into heroes.
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#8 [Permalink] Posted on 7th October 2020 10:27
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This happens when we appreciate the actions of ulema:

1. Hamare hazrath Jalaali hain, Our leader is short tempered. He won't tolerate even a minor deviation.

2. Delivering powerful bayan, full throat shouts is acceptable to us. One who gives bayan in form of dars is 1980 commodity, he is not acceptable in 2020.

3. Refuting in moderate form; in form of Dars, quoting authentic references is considered "makki tarteeb", it is obsolete; today it is Jalaal of Umar RA, Umree tarteeb shall prevail.

We are unaware of the terrible damage we are doing to our deen.

This damage is understood by the one who daily experiences a mixed society. I mean, people around him are all not pious.
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