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By Rashid Qutub

Since the creation of Pakistan, we have been continuously suffering from every sorts of problem, be it from social, economical or educational. We have only succeeded and survived as a trembling state instead of a firm, strong and successful nation.

Today every person has his own solution and theory to address the situation of the country, even the political parties are hardly sharing common grounds and platforms to come up with some miraculous solutions for betterment of Pakistan.

For some, Pakistan has reached its worst situation today because it never had a clear, transparent and a practical vision. Some might curse the absence of a progressive educational policy. Some might blame the feudal class and some might consider the economic plight or the extremism factor to be responsible of our current scenario.

The democratic and parliamentary history of Pakistan has also not been very impressive either, that could make us proud. So where lies the main deficiency? What could be the main reason of destruction of our national (more…)

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It is reported from Hazrat Abu Musa Ash’ari said that the Holy Prophet stated:

“The example of myself and this religion with which Allah hath sent me to this world is like that man’s who came to a people and said: ‘I have seen an army with my own eyes and I am an open Warner. Save yourself and achieve salvation.’ Then a group of people trusted him and slowly escaped from there and received salvation. And one group of his people falsified him and passed the night in their own houses. As soon as it was morning, an army pounced upon them, killed them and uprooted them totally. So this is the example of myself and the people who follow the religion brought by me, and it is also an example of those people who disobeyed me and falsified the religion brought by me.”

So before the army of the torturers starts torturing, launching an attack at the time of the agony of death, when no aid might come to dispel it, put up the barricades now and secure the borders, the only method of doing, which is to act upon the Holy Prophet’s auspicious ways. It has been clearly said in the above-mentioned Hadith that the people who obey the Holy Prophet are those who follow the truth which he has brought, and not those who claim verbally but their action is contrary to it.

Source: Ita’at Ur Rasul

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By Dr. Jawwad Khan,

Can you tell me one thing common in Salman Rushdi, Taslima Nasreen, Ali Sina, Wafa Sultan, Ibn Warraq, Nonie Darwish, Anwar Shaikh and many others ? that is right. They are all ex-muslims (apostates) and were known as a liberals before their apostacy.

For many years I tried to understand the reasons behind the turning of a liberal (muslim/pakistani) into an apostate. In the begining i thought that they are the muslims like us with having some difference of opinion in few issues. My opinion was based on my interactions with few soft spoken respectable traditional non political non fascist liberals, who were more focused on one argument that religion is your private matter. As the time passed especially since 10 years when a new breed of liberal fascist came in the market,this rift between Islam and liberalism started getting wider and wider. We saw the liberals getting more aggressive and more Islamophobic in recent years. Now they started questioning the fundamentals of Islam and criticizing the teachings of islam instead of spending some time understanding the its nature and its logics. Now the liberalism has become a seprarate religion instead of life style. Now the disgustingness of liberals for the Islam is much more obvious.

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Below is the script taken from Shah Waliullah Muhaddis Dehlavi‘s Ta’wil al-Ahadith:

“It may be remembered that the Holy Prophet has not allowed us to think over the person (Dhat) of God, but on the contrary, he has prohibited us from that, as he has said: “Do not think over the person of God” ; “There should be no thinking over God.”

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Section E: Maintenance of Law and Order and Enforcement of Hudud

While the act of surveillance* is supposed to be the duty of every Muslim, this cannot be left as a totally voluntary duty. It is for the government to ensure that a group of persons is effectively engaged in this task on a full-time basis. In either case, the government must take a hortatory role and act as a moral force. It is equally the duty of the government to use its force in order to maintain law and order in the country. The Divine scheme of life as enunciated in the Qur’an and Hadith hates fasad (corruption) and zulm (injustice) in the society.

The frequent mention in the Qur’an that Allah does not like fasad and that Allah does not like zulm and the severe admonitions which the Qur’an associates with these vices make it obligatory for an Islamic state not only to suppress these vices but also to plug all the loopholes that lead one to indulge in them. The term fasad is used in the Qur’an to convey the following meanings: (more…)

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Islamabad: At the Rahmatul-lil-Alamin Conference at the Da’wah Academy of International Islamic University, Islamabad on Sunday, made fervent call to the Faithfuls to follow life style of Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) to overcome their problems and for salvation.

They said, the Muslims are blessed with love of the Prophet (PBUH) but what they need is to abide by the teaching of the Prophet and take guidance from his life. The Prophet (PBUH) is roll model for the whole humanity for all times, in all spheres of life.

Eminent scholar, Maulana Tariq Jameel, in address, touched on various aspects of Holy Prophet’s life, his teachings and tenets of Islam. He stressed the need for Muslims to adopt sterling qualities of character that were exemplified by the Holy Prophet (PBUH). He said mere religious rituals did not form the Islamic faith in totality as the character and good dealings with fellow human beings were the other basic component of the faith. He said the Muslims were not focusing on character building in the light of teachings and example of the Holy Prophet (PBUH). He expressed the confidence that the Muslim would realise the need of the hour and overcome problems of extremism and terrorism by taking guidance from the life of Holy Prophet (PBUH).

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Today I finished reading the book by Iain Adamson “Mirza Ghulam Ahmad of Qadian” published by Elite International Publications in 1989. Before I dive into my thoughts on this book, I would like to present here brief info regarding who Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani was.

Brief Intro:

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani

Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani

Mirza Ghulam Ahmed Qadiani was born in India on February 13th, 1835 (Iain Adamson) or in 1839 or 1840 (Qadianism by Hasan Ali Nadwi). He was a public debator, preacher, and spend most of his youth in debating Christian missionaries and Hindu group Arya Samaj. He defended Islam, became famous in those bad times when Muslims had lost the War of Independence of 1857. Many Islamic Scholars and leaders who participated in the freedom struggle were hanged by the imperial British governemnt and series of political, social and cultural crackdown was undertaken in order to minimze the possible uprising of Indian, especially by Indian Muslims.

In this era of desparity, Mirza called himself a reformer (Mujaddid) and then called himself a Promised Messiah. He started preaching that Hazrat Isa ibn Maryam, Jesus Christ (Peace and Blessing be upon him) had died and that God has sent him as a Promised Messiah to unite all the religions and bring peace to this world. This angered Christians and Muslims both, because both hold the belief in the Second Coming of Jesus Christ.

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