Monday, January 10, 2011

Saudi Fatwas against Pakistani Mullahs & Anarchist Mullahs of Pakistan.

KARACHI, Jan 9: The Tehrik Tahaffuz Namoos-i-Risalat reiterated its demand on Sunday that Prime Minister Yousuf Raza Gilani should declare from the floor of parliament that no attempt would be made to amend the blasphemy law. Addressing a large rally at the Tibet Centre on the city’s main M.A. Jinnah Road after a march from the Allama Shah Ahmad Noorani roundabout, the leaders of the tehrik announced that another public meeting would be held on Jan 30 in Lahore. They threatened to hold a ‘million march’ on Islamabad if the government did not accept the demand. Addressing the rally from a pedestrian bridge that served as the dais for the meeting, Maulana Fazlur Rehman, chief of his own faction of Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam, said the turnout of ‘millions of people’ in Karachi would ensure that no one would dare to amend the law. He said that changing the law was also the agenda of the West and the US which wanted repeal of Islamic laws. He said religious people were being dubbed intolerant. “If you cannot tolerate the blasphemy law, how can we tolerate those committing blasphemy.” “(Punjab Governor) Salman Taseer himself is responsible for his assassination and the government shares the blame,” Maulana Fazl said.Liaquat Baloch said desecration would not be tolerated in the name of freedom of the press. Asad Thanvi of the JUI-S said the issue was not only of the religious parties. Allama Jafar Hussain Subhani of the Tehrik-i-Islami said there was no place for American agents in the country. “Salman Taseer himself is responsible for his assassination,” he said, adding that such incidents would continue to take place if the blasphemy law was not implemented. Maulana Yusuf Qasuri of the Markazi Jamiat Ahl-i-Hadith, Hafiz Hussain Ahmad of JUI, Hafiz Saeed of Tanzeem-i-Islami, Maulana Allah Wasaya of Majlis Khatm-i-Nabuwat, Qari Hanif Jalundhri of Wafaqul Madaris, Pir Mian Abdul Quadir of Markazi Jamaat Ahl-i-Sunnat, Qari Mohammad Yaqub of Jamaatud Dawa and Halim Adil Shaikh of PML-Q also addressed the rally. “It is not an issue only of religious parties but of the Ummah,” he said, adding that the people of Karachi had expressed the wishes of the people of the country and the rulers should accept their verdict. REFERENCE:  Rally vows to foil bids to amend blasphemy law From the Newspaper (19 hours ago) Today By Habib Khan Ghori

Qadri is not a religious fanatic: report  Monday, January 10, 2011

ISLAMABAD: Mumtaz Qadri, the assassin of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer, is not a religious fanatic having extremist ideologies. This was disclosed in the initial report submitted to Interior Minister Rehman Malik. According to the report, Mumtaz Qadri had fulfilled all worldly requirements and was married 11 months ago. Before his marriage, he had a long love affair with a girl residing in Karachi. He some times grew beard or trimmed it. The report said Mumtaz Qadri had been performing the VIP duties since 2007, and had served in the security squad of Governor Taseer eight times earlier. He used to take the accused of blasphemy from jail to courts. Officials are investigating how the idea of attacking Governor Taseer came to his mind because he is not religious fanatic. Mumtaz Qadri never enrolled at any Madrassa; however, he used to visit shrines. He belongs to village Attall of Barakao where his grandparents live, and presently he is living in Muslim Town, Rawalpindi. His record shows that he regularly used to attend gatherings of Dawat-e-Islami. It is surprising for security officials that how a man having inclination towards the Dawat-e-Islami took the extreme step of killing Governor Taseer when no suspected militant out of the 150 arrested from the suburbs of the capital belongs to this religious party. The officials, while giving a briefing to Interior Minister Rehman Malik, said Mumtaz Qadri did not conceal anything and described each and everything clearly and, therefore, there was no need to use ‘third degree’ torture. The interior minister directed them to complete the investigation as soon as possible, so that legal action could be taken against the accused. Meanwhile, as a result of the investigation from Mumtaz Qadri, an official has been held from the security squad of the Punjab chief minister after the arrest of a policeman from the security contingent of the prime minister. 


Saturday, December 18, 2010, Muharram 11, 1432 A.H

LAHORE, Dec. 30: Referring to Maulana Fazlur Rehman’s pulling out of the government, he said for the last three years, the Maulana had been a part of a pro-US government that had been shedding the blood of the tribal people. Therefore, he was equally responsible for the bloodshed of the tribal people and all other ills of the rulers.             JI chief from Tribal areas, Sahibzada Haroonur Rashid, addressing the Jirga, said that the tribal people had been the sword arm of Pakistan, they had always sacrificed their lives for the security of Pakistan but they had never accepted US slavery.  JI deputy chief, Sirajul Haq, and provincial secretary Shabbir Ahmed khan, and notable tribal elders speaking on the occasion, thanked the JI for voicing their demands. Those addressing the Jirga included Sardar Khan from Bajaur, Zarnau Aafridi, Hakim Syed Haleemzai, Mehmand, Malik uhammd Yar Khan Salarzai, and others.


Barelvi Mullah Pir Syed Irfan Shah says Every Non-Barelvi is KAFIR (Apostate)


Barelvi Scholar declares that "Dobandis & Wahabis" are KAFIR.


Barelvi Scholar says Namaz is not allowed behind Wahabi/Deoabndi Kafir


Barelvi Scholar declares Deobandi, Wahabi & Fazlur Rehman are Kafir - Part 1


Barelvi Scholar declares Deobandi, Wahabi & Fazlur Rehman are Kafir - Part 2


Barelvi Scholar declares Deobandi, Wahabi & Fazlur Rehman are Kafir - Part 3


Violence mars Milad celebrations in D. I. Khan, Faisalabad By M. Irfan Mughal and Mohammad Saleem Monday, 01 Mar, 2010,-faisalabad-130
DERA ISMAIL KHAN/ FAISALABAD, Feb 28: Dera Ismail Khan and Faisalabad districts were in the grip of tension following clashes and attacks on processions taken out on Saturday to celebrate Eid Miladun Nabi (peace be upon him). A curfew was imposed in three tehsils of D. I. Khan and Section 144 was imposed in Faisalabad. Troops were deployed in the troubled Dheki town of D. I. Khan after clashes between two sectarian groups. Police and hospital sources said that seven people had been killed and 32 others injured in an attack on a procession and an exchange of fire between law-enforcement personnel and rioters. Trouble started when the procession passing by a seminary came under attack. Witnesses said that two men in the procession were killed and five others injured. Immediately after the incident, a charged mob attacked the seminary. A police contingent trying to bring the situation under control also came under attack and five people were killed and 27 others injured when police fired back. The town was calm but tense on Sunday with troops patrolling the streets.The main Dera city, Proa and Paharpur tehsils were under strict curfew. 

NWFP Chief Minister Amir Haider Khan Hoti discussed the situation with Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam chief Maulana Fazlur Rehman on phone and appealed to him to cooperate with the government to promote sectarian harmony in the area. According to a handout issued in Peshawar, Mr Hoti assured the Maulana that the government would take action against trouble-makers. DIG Feroz Shah said that over 50 people had been arrested for firing at the procession and cases had been registered against them. Officials said that a curfew had also been imposed in the adjacent Tank town. The administration convened meetings of elders, Ulema and politicians to seek their help in maintaining peace in the town which has a history of sectarian clashes. Police said a pick-up truck loaded with weapons was seized near the Cawar checkpost and a man was arrested. In Faisalabad, four people were injured when a group of people believed to be hiding in Gol Mosque opened fire on an Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) procession in Ghulam Mohammadabad locality of the city. Some men in the procession allegedly vandalised the mosque and pelted it with stones. 

A Gol Mosque spokesperson said that people in the procession had provoked them by throwing stones at the mosque. After the firing, a large number of people besieged the Ghulam Mohammadabad police station and set more than 200 vehicles and motorbikes on fire. The protesters also ransacked the police station, forcing the personnel run away. Official vehicles of Gulberg traffic sector were also torched by the mob. Police tried to disperse the mob with teargas, but failed. The charged mob also pelted policemen with stones, injuring a few constables. The protesters blocked the Saddar Bazaar Road, Latif Chowk and Chandni Chowk and burned tyres. A number of shells fired by police also landed in houses. The mob also attacked and allegedly looted the house of Gol Mosque khateeb Zahid Mehmood Qasmi. About 48 people belonging to both sects, including Mr Qasmi, were arrested. Punjab Inspector-General of Police Tariq Saleem Dogar arrived in the city on Saturday night. Officials of police and district administration held a meeting with Ahmed Ludhianvi, chief of the proscribed Sipah-i-Sahaba Pakistan, and urged him to help calm the situation. On Sunday, a mob attacked a mosque in Usman Town on the Millat Road and burned a motorcycle and a generator. Police arrested 12 people. SSP (operations) Sarfraz Falki suspended Sargodha Road SHO Zahid Hussain for dereliction of duty. Despite the imposition of Section 144, people belonging to the Gol Mosque sect took out a procession and held a meeting at the Clock Tower intersection. The eight bazzars emanating from the Clock Tower remained closed.

Asadullah Bhutto and Decision of Paradise?

In a shockingly blunt endorsement of Punjab Governor Salmaan Taseer’s assassination, Ameer Jamat-e-Islami in Sindh Asadullah Bhutto has declared that the assassin will directly go to the “seventh heaven”. He said this after a press conference addressed by JI Ameer Munawar Hasan at Idara-e-Noor-e-Haq on Tuesday. The press conference ended abruptly when a JI spokesman Sarfaraz Ahmad broke the news of Taseer’s assassination to Munawar. “Is he alive?” was his first reaction. “Whoever has killed him is a pious man and will go directly to heaven,” replied Bhutto to a question put forward by this correspondent. He even went on to say that Taseer would not have got killed if the government had replaced him. “Aasia Bibi will suffer the same fate if the punishment awarded to her by the court for using derogatory remarks against Hazrat Mohammed Mustafa (PBUH) is not implemented,” he added. Earlier, during the press conference, Syed Munawar Hasan said that the Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) should also clear its position in Sindh after parting ways with the government at the Centre. He said that Altaf Hussain’s party’s stand would sound vague unless all members of his party resign, including the governor, resign and sit on the opposition benches. He said Altaf had twice contacted him on the phone to discuss the political situation.  He was in favour of the government completing its five-year tenure, but he added the people should be provided with some relief by reducing the inflation rate and addressing unemployment issues. He informed the media that his party would stage a sit-in in Peshawar on January 23 against the forced disappearances and drone attacks. JI sees Taseer’s assassin in ‘seventh heaven’ Wednesday, January 05, 2011 By Shamim Bano

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Jamaat-e-Islami Ameer Syed Munawar Hasan said WikiLeaks disclosures had exposed the true face of so-called secular India and the Pakistan government should avail the opportunity to highlight Indian atrocities in Held Kashmir and build up the case of Kashmiris’ right to self-determination. “The JI has repeatedly informed the world community of India’s terrorism and expansionism but the Pakistani rulers’ criminal silence on the issue and their tacit acceptance of hegemony led to the present situation threatening regional peace,” he said in his Friday sermon at Mansoora mosque. He said India had launched a worldwide campaign on the basis of the Mumbai attacks to prove Pakistan a terrorist state. “Now the Indian hand in terrorist activities in FATA and Balochistan has been proved, Islamabad should expose India before the international community instead of vying for dialogue with it,” he argued. He said Muharram reminded us of martyrdom of Imam Husain ( RA) and his whole family at Karbala and gave the nation a message to fight against forces of tyranny. “Imam Husain (RA) sacrificed his entire family but refused to accept a corrupt leadership. This was not a political decision. It was a purely religious decision,” he said, adding that Islam does not believe in dichotomy of religion and politics. He said the JI was following Imam Husain’s path by continuing its struggle for the Islamic system in the country. Saturday, December 11, 2010 By Our Correspondent LAHORE

Just a few days back the same "Sanctimonious Ansar Abbasi" and Jang Group had to say this on Maulana Fazlur Rehman through WikiLeaks which was used by Ansar Abbasi shamelessly.

ISLAMABAD: Against his public perception of being an anti-American, Maulana Fazlur Rehman is reflected in a cable released by WikiLeaks as a frequent and cooperative American interlocutor, who professes his support for cooperation with the United States. The JUI-F leader has been described in the secret US cable as “more politician than mulla”, and “a frequent and cooperative interlocutor” with the post (US Embassy Islamabad). The Maulana is also shown as professing his “support for cooperation with the United States.” US embassy’s CDA Peter Bodde wrote in his April 3, 2008 cable, released by WikiLeaks, that Rehman, more politician than mulla, has been a prominent and legitimate figure in Pakistani politics since the 1980s. He “has publicly denounced terrorist attacks, but prefers to use negotiations rather than military force against militants. Although he is known to have contacts with Taliban and their sympathisers, he has negotiated with religious militants on the government’s behalf, garnering him criticism from the more hard-line religious sectors.”

The primary purpose of the message was to request the FBI to recall information about Fazlur Rehman, which indicated that an individual “Fasilur Rehman” believed to be associated with Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) is behind the March 2008 bombing in Islamabad. The cable said that the information suggests that Fasilur Rehman refers to political party leader Fazlur Rehman of the JUI-F. The embassy “requests that FBI recall this information from all hardcopy and database records due to discrepancies and errors in the report.” It noted that prominent Pakistan politician Fazlur Rehman is not associated with the JI, but instead leads his own political party, the JUI-F. From 2002-2007, the two parties allied with other religious parties in the coalition Muttahida Majlis-e-Amal (MMA). However, the JUI-F and JI retained separate leadership structures as well as separate political objectives and methods, it said.

The cable said that Fazlur Rehman’s JUI-F is a conservative Deobandi religious party that has recently joined the new Pakistan People’s Party (PPP) led government. The JI is a religious party that appeals to a narrow sector of the educated, conservative urban middle class. JI, which has a vibrant student wing, began as a movement for social change based on Sharia. “The JI party policy does not support violence as a means to achieve their political agenda, however, the party quietly has supported Jihad in Afghanistan and Kashmir by providing recruits from their student corps. The party does not support violence perpetuated within Pakistan, such as the recent attack on the restaurant in Islamabad. In addition, Fasilur Rehman and Fazlur Rehman are extremely common Pakistani names, making it impossible to accurately identify the individual with the prominent JUI-F politician.” In an earlier cable, the WikiLeaks showed the Maulana approaching the then US Ambassador Anne Patterson to become the Prime Minister. It was revealed that the leader of the country’s most fiercely pro-Taliban religious party, hosted a jovial dinner for Patterson at which the Maulana sought her backing to become prime minister and expressed a desire to visit America. Maulana-like Maulana’s lieutenant Abdul Ghafoor Haideri acknowledged that “All important parties in Pakistan had to get the approval of the US (to get power).” Fazl keeps regular contact with US embassy, says cable By Ansar Abbasi Tuesday, December 07, 2010

Tuesday, December 07, 2010, Zilhajj 30, 1431 A.H

Allama Turab Ul Haq on Deobandi Barelwi difference




Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh (Tablighi Jamat)
Name of group – Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, also known as Tablighi Jamat
Adherent to group – Tableeghee, also known as Tablighi, or T.J.
The da’wah of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh is based upon spreading the merits of Islaam to everyone they are able to reach. This entails it’s adherents to give up some of their time to go out and spread and propogate the da’wah keeping well away from political and partisan issues.
It’s members are compelled into going out (khurooj) to give da’wah and mix with the Muslims in their masaajid, houses and businesses and give words of advice and encourage them to come out with them to give da’wah.
They advise that no members should get themselves involved in any quarrels with the Muslims or the government.
Foundation and major personalities
- The founder was called Shaykh Muhammad Ilyaas al-Kaandahlawee who was born in Kaandahlah, a village in the region of Sahaaranfoor in India in 1303 A.H. (1887 C.E.) (died 1364 A.H. / 1948 C.E.).
Initially, he sought knowledge in this village, then later travelled to Delhi where he completed his studies at the Madrasah Deoband which is amongst the biggest Hanafee schools in the Indian sub-continent, which was setup in the year 1283 A.H. (1867 C.E.).
He also sought knowledge under the guardianship of his older brother, Shaykh Muhammad Yahya, who was a teacher at the Madrasah Mathaahir al-’Uloom in Sahaaranfoor.
Later, he studied under Shaykh Ashraf ‘Alee Thanwee (1280 A.H. (1863 C.E.) – 1364 A.H. (1943 C.E.)), who was known to them as ((Hakeem al-Ummah)).
Likewise, he also studied under Shaykh Mahmood Hasan (1268 A.H. (1851 C.E.) – 1339 A.H. (1920 C.E.)) who was amongst the major scholars of the Madrasah Deoband and the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh.
As for Shaykh Rasheed Ahmad al-Kankoohee, born in 1829 C.E. (died 1905 C.E.); Shaykh Muhammad Ilyaas actually gave bay’ah (oath of allegiance) to him in 1315 A.H. (1899 C.E.).
He later renewed his bay’ah (oath of allegiance) to Shaykh Khaleel Ahmad as-Sahaaranfooree who was one of the scholars of the Deobandiyyah group.
- Shaykh ‘Abdur-Raheem Shaah ad-Deobandee at-Tableeghee spent alot of time in organising the affaris of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh along with Muhammad Ilyaas and his son Shaykh Muhammad Yoosuf after him.
- Shaykh Ihtishaam al-Hasan al-Kaandahlawee married the sister of Muhammad Ilyaas, and spent a long time commanding the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh whilst in the companionship of Shaykh Muhammad Ilyaas, its founder.
Thoughts and beliefs
The founder stipulated six maxims which he established as the fundamentals of his da’wah, with all members taking care to memorise them and propogate them in their da’wah efforts:
1) al-Kalimah at-Tayyibah (declaration of faith – ((Laa ilaaha il-Allaah Muhammad Rasool-Allaah))) ;
2) al-Khushoo’ fis-salaah (offering prayers with full concentration);
3) al-’Ilm wadh-Dhikr (knowledge and remembrance);
4) Ikraam al-Muslimeen (honouring the Muslims);
5) al-Ikhlaas (sincerity);
6) al-Khurooj fee sabeel-Allaah (going out in the path of Allaah).
Their manner of propogating their da’wah is as follows:
A group from amongst them is designated to go to a particular area/town/country, whereby each member of the goup takes with them basic means upon which to sleep and other basic items which shall suffice.
When they arrive at their destination, they organise themselves in a manner whereby some of them begin cleaning the place where they shall be resting during their stay in the area; Whilst others amongst them will go out to the market places and the like remembering Allaah and calling the people to listen to their talk (bayaan – as they call it).
When the time for the bayaan arrives, they all gather together to listen to it. And after the bayaan has finished, they request members of the gathering to come out with them in the path of Allaah. And after Salaat al-Fajr, they divide the group of people who are present into groups where a group leader is appointed for each group. Then the group leader undertakes the responsibility of teaching his group members Soorah al-Faatihah and other small Soorah’s of the Qur.aan. They continue in this way day in day out.
Before their period of stay is over, they encourage the people of the area to come out with them to spread their da’wah, such that some people volunteer to join them for three days or a week or a month. Each one according to his ability and circumstances, their giving up their time in accordance with the saying of Allaah:
{You are the best of peoples ever raised up for mankind}, [Soorah Aal-'Imraan, Aayah 110].
And the preferred time for going out is a day in a week, and three days in a month and 40 days in a year and 4 months in a lifetime.
- They refuse invitations to attend social functions made by the people of the area they have settled in for their period of da’wah; their intention being not to busy themselves with anything other than issues of da’wah and remembrance, and that their actions are soley for the sake of Allaah.
- They do not interfere in issues of forbidding the evil, believing they are at the stage of establishing an appropriate climate for Islaamic living, and that if they were to involve themselves in such issues, then this would place obstacles in their way and turn the people away from their da’wah.
- They believe that if they correct their individuals (members) one-by-one then the evil will be automatically eradicated from amongst the masses.
- That going out and propogating their da’wah da’wah to the people helps in nurturing the da’ee and cultivating his actions, such that he feels he is an example for others to follow and that he adheres to that which he is calling the people to.
- They believe that blind following a madhhab is obligatory, and they do not permit ijtihaad, believing that the conditions of a mujtahid (one who is qualified to make ijtihaad) are not present amongst the scholars of this time.
- They have been affected by the ways of the Soofiyyah, whose da’wah is widespread in the Indian sub-continent. For example:
- It is imperative for every member of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh to have a Shaykh to whom he makes bay’ah (oath of allegiance) to, and whoever was to die whilst not having made bay’ah, then he has died the death of those in pre-Islaam. And often is the case that the bay’ah takes place in a public gathering so as to encourage all present to do likewise and give them all an impression that they are all in this together as one group. And the same is done amongst the women also.
- Excessive love and respect is shown to the Shaykh to whom bay’ah has been given, as is excessive love shown to the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam), that which often takes them out of the fold of displaying appropriate respect to the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam).
- Their belief that the way of the Soofiyyah is the closest way to taste the sweetness of eemaan in the heart.
- Their being taught the names of the major personalities of the Soofiyyah such as ‘Abdul-Qaadir al-Jeelaanee, who was born in Jeelaan in 470 A.H., and also as-Sahrooree, and Abu Mansoor al-Maatureedee who died in 332 A.H., and Jalaal ad-Deen ar-Roomee who was born in 604 A.H., who wrote the book al-Mathnawee.
- They have been affected by the way of the Soofiyyah, in particular the Chishtiyyah, the Qaadiriyyah, the Naqshbandiyyah and the Sahroordiyyah in India.
- There are some members who claim to have adopted the thoughts of the Jamaa’ah an-Noor of Turkey.
- Their da’wah is based upon the arousal of interest and intimidation combined, and thereby causing emotive and affective feelings. They have, thereby managed to enlist in the name of eemaan, many who have immersed themselves into sins and desires, and have directed them to worship and remembrance.
- They do not speak about political issues, and discourage their members from getting involved in these problematic issues, criticising those who do get involved. They say that politics is to leave politics.
- They misinterpret the ahaadeeth pertaining to jihaad, claiming it means to go out and give da’wah, this being to such an extent that their members quite possibly have forgotten about the real meaning of jihaad in the path of Allaah.
- They are very lenient when it comes to narrating weak ahaadeeth.
- Their main points of reference appear to be the Qur.aan and the Sunnah, however, in terms of ‘aqeedah, they turn to the understandings of their founding Shaykhs of the Indian sub-continent, and that being the ‘aqeedah of the Maatureediyyah upon the Hanafee madhhab.
- In the Arab lands they make a point of referring to Imaam an-Nawawee’s Riyaadh as-Saaliheen, whereas in non-Arab lands they refer to the Tableeghee Nisaab (Tablighi Nisab) and Hayaah as-Sahaabah (Hayat Al-Sahabah), and this being full of incorrect information and weak ahaadeeth.
Their da’wah began in India, and then spread to Pakistan and Bangladesh, then later spreading to the rest of the Islaamic world, even in Arabia – such that they now have followers in Syria, Jordan, Palestine, Lebanon, Egypt, Sudan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia.
They also have followers in Europe, America, Asia and Africa.
Their worldwide headquarters is in Nizaamuddeen in Delhi, where they administer their da’wah affairs worldwide. Their headquarters in the western world is in Dewsbury, West Yorkshire, UK.
Further reading
al-Mawsoo’ah al-Harakiyyah – Fat.hee Yakun;
Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, aqeedatuhaa wa afkaar mashaayikhihaa – Mian Muhammad Aslam al-Pakistaanee (research paper submitted to the Faculty of Sharee’ah at the Islaamic University of Madeenah in 1976 C.E.);
at-Tareeq ilaa Jamaa’ah al-Muslimeen – Husayn ibn Muhsin ibn ‘Alee ibn Jaabir;
Mushkilaat ad-Da’wah wad-Daa’iyah – Fat.hee Yakun;
as-SIraaj al-Muneer – Dr. Taqqee ad-Deen al-Hilaalee;
ad-Da’wah al-Islaamiyyah fareedah Shar’iyyah wa daroorah bashariyyah – Dr. Saadiq Ameen;
Haqeeqatud-Da’wah ilaa Allaah Ta’aala wa maa ikhtassat bihi Jazeeratul-’Arab – Sa’d ibn ‘Abdur-Rahmaan al-Husayn (introduction by Shaykh Saalih ibn Fowzaan);
Ra.yu aakhar fee Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh – Sa’d al-Husayn.
Fatwa of the Shaykh Muhammed Naasiruddeen al-Albaanee regarding the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh
Question: What is your opinion concerning the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh? Is it permissible for a student of knowledge or other than him to go out with them under the guise of inviting to (the path of) Allaah?
Response: The Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh does not uphold the manhaj of the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of His Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and that which our Pious Predecessors were upon.
And if the situation was such, then it is not permissible to go out with them because it defies our manhaj in calling to the manhaj of the Pious Predecessors. So in the path of inviting to Allaah, then an ‘aalim can go out with them but as for those (ignorant – without knowledge) who go out with them, then it is obligatory upon them to remain in their countries and (study Islaam) seek knowledge in their masaajid until there graduates from amongst them people of knowledge who hold study circles inviting to the path of Allaah.
As long as the situation is like that, it is upon the student of knowledge to invite these people (those from Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh) to study the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah and invite people to it.
And the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, with respect to da’wah to the Book and the Sunnah, do not intend by it a starting point, rather they consider that to be a divided call (da’wah)/approach; And because of this, they most resemble the Jamaa’ah of al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen.
They say their da’wah is based upon the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah, however this is mere idle talk for certainly they have no ‘aqeedah upon which they are united (which unites them) – so you find some are Maatureedee, others are Ash’aree, whilst others are Soofee and even some who have no madhhab (affiliation to any particular ideology).
This is because their da’wah is built upon amassing (the people), then gathering together and culturising/instructing them, and in reality they do not really have any culture. More than half a century has passed and there has not appeared from amongst them a scholar.
As for us, then we say instruct them, then gather together, such that the gathering together is based upon a foundation in which there is no doubt.
So the da’wah of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh is that of the Soofiyyah, they call to good manners, as for correcting the differing ‘aqeedah of the group, then they do not exert themselves one iota. This is because they believe this will cause differences (and splitting apart).
It came to pass that a brother, Sa’d al-Husayn had much correspondence with the leader of the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh in India or Pakistan and it became clear from that they acknowledge (belief in) intercession and seeking help (from other than Allaah) and many other such things. And they require their people (members) to make bay’ah (oath of allegiance) based upon four issues: amongst them the Naqshbandiyyah methodology. So it is upon every tableeghee (one who ascribes to the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh) to make bay’ah of these fundamentals (issues).
A questioner may ask: Indeed this group has corrected its faults (returned to Allaah) as a result of the efforts of many individuals and quite possibly many non-Muslims have accepted Islaam at their hands. Is this not sufficient (proof) for the permissibilty of going out with them and participating in that which they call to?
So we say: Indeed we know these words and hear them a lot and know them to emanate from the Soofiyyah! For example, there is a Shaykh whose ‘aqeedah is incorrect and does not know anything about the Sunnah. Instead they deceitfully take from the wealth of the people, so together with this, many open sinners seek forgiveness from them!
So every group which invites to good, then it is imperative they should be in adherence (to the Qur.aan and the Sunnah), and (this) our approach is pure, so what are they (others) calling to?
Are they calling to adherence to the Book of Allaah and the Sunnah of the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and the ;aqeedah of the Pious Predecessors, abandoning blind following of the madhhabs to such an extent that they adhere to the Sunnah over and above their madhhab!? So the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh do not have a knowledge-based (manhaj), rather, their manhaj is according to the place where they are to be found, so they change their “colours” to suit themselves.
The Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh and the Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen are amongst the 72 sects
Question: May Allaah grant you the best (of His favours). In the hadeeth of the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam), relating to the splitting of the Ummah, he says:
((…and my Ummah shall split into 73 sects…)).
So, is the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh, with what they have in terms of shirk and innovations; and also the Jamaa’ah al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen, with what they have in terms of partisanship and revolting/rebelling against the leaders and lack of obedience; from the 72 sects?
Response: They are from the 72 (sects). Whoever opposes the ‘aqeedah of Ahlus-Sunnah enters the fold of the 72 (sects). The meaning of the Prophet’s (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) statement ((My Ummah)) is: the Ummah of Ijaabah, i.e. the Ummah of response; those who responded to the Prophet’s call and revealed their allegiance to him. And the meaning of 73 sects: the victorious sect which adhered to him and was upright in their religion and 72 of those sects – amongst them the kuffaar, the sinners and various innovators.
So, the questioners asked: Are these two groups (Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh and Jamaa’ah al-Ikhwaan al-Muslimeen) from amongst the 72 sects?
And the Shaykh responded: Yes, they are from the amongst the 72 sects, along with the Murji’ah and other than them; the Murji’ah and the Khawaarij – some of the people of knowledge regard the Khawaarij from amongst the kuffaar, out of the fold of Islaam although amongst the 72 sects.
Taken from the recording of the Shaykh Ibn Baaz’s lessons in Sharh al-Muntaqaa in Ta’if approximately 2 years or less before his death.
Fatwa of Shaykh ‘Abdul-’Azeez ibn Baaz regarding the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh
Question: I went out with the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh to India and Pakistan. We used to congregate and pray in masaajid within which there were graves and I heard that the salaah in a masjid within which there is a grave is invalid. What is your opinion of my salaah and should I repeat them? What is the ruling about going out with them to these places?
Response: Indeed, the Jamaa’ah at-Tableegh do not have real knowledge pertaining to issues of ‘aqeedah so it is not permissible to go out with them except for the one who has real knowledge of the correct ‘aqeedah of Ahlus-Sunnah wal-Jamaa’ah. In this, he can enlighten them, advise them and co-operate with them in good because they are active in their affairs. However, they are in need of more knowledge from those who can enlighten them amongst the scholars of Tawheed and Sunnah. May Allaah grant everyone understanding of the religion and firmness upon it.
As for the salaah in the masaajid within which are graves, then it is incorrect and it is obligatory upon you to repeat all that you did (in those masaajid) due to that which the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) said:
((Allaah has cursed the Jews and the Christians who have taken the graves of their Prophets’ as places of worship)) – it’s authenticity is agreed upon.
Also, his (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) statement:
((Indeed those before you used to take the graves of their Prophets’ and pious people as places of worship, so do not take the graves as places of worship, for certainly I prohibit you from that)), transmitted by Muslim in his Saheeh.
And the ahaadeeth on this subject are numerous – and with Allaah lies all success and may Allaah send prayers upon our Prophet Muhammed, his family and his companions.
Fatwa dated 2/11/1414 A.H. 
Saudi Fatwa on Barelvis [where is Unity of Ummah]
Question: There is a particular group in Pakistan called the ((Braylwiyyah)) or ((Jamaa’ah Nuwaaree)) which is a reference to their current leader known as ((Nuwaaree)). I ask your excellencies the Sharee’ah ruling regarding them and their ‘aqeedah, and the prayer behind them as this is a contentious issue which many people are unaware of the reality. I will mention some of their defective ways and beliefs:
1) The belief that the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) is alive;
2) The belief that the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) is present and all-seeing, especially immediately after Salaat al-Jumu’ah;
3) The belief that the Messenger (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) is the foremost intercessor;
4) They believe in “saints” and the dead in their graves, and they offer salaah at the graves requesting them for their needs to be met;
5) Their commendation of domes and lighting up of graves;
6) Their saying ((Yaa Rasool, Yaa Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam)));
7) Their hatred towards whoever loudly says ((Aameen)) and raises his hands in the salaah, considering such a person to be a Wahhaabee;
Their great astonishment at the use of the miswaak before the salaah;
9) Kissing the thumbs whilst doing wudhoo., the adhaan and after the salaah;
10) After the salaah, their imaam repeating the aayah:
{Allaah sends His prayers on the Prophet and also His angels too}, [Soorah al-Ahzaab, Aayah 56].
11) They gather after the Salaat al-Jumu’ah standing and reciting anaasheed and sending praises (to the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam));
12) After they complete the Noble Qur.aan in the Salaat at-Taraaweeh in the month of Ramadhaan, they prepare alot of food and distribute it in the dining area of the masjid, in addition to sweets;
13) They build masaajid and seek much importance in decorating them, writing ((Yaa Muhammad)) above the mihraab (standing place of the imaam);
14) They consider themselves the people of the Sunnah and correct ‘aqeedah and that (all) others are in error;
15) What is the Sharee’ah ruling regarding performing the salaah behind them (their imaam), considering I am a medical student in Karachi and live next door to the masjid where they are in (overall) control (i.e. their beliefs and practices prevail)?
Response: Whoever has these characteristics and attributes, then it is not permissible to offer your salaah behind them (their imaam), and whoever knows of their condition, then their salaah is not correct. This is because most of their characteristics and attributes are of kufr and bid`ah which negate the tawheed (oneness) with which Allaah had sent His messenger and revealed in His Book, and that which conflicts with the Qur.aan, such as His (Subhaanahu wa Ta’aala) saying:
{Verily, you (Muhammad) will die and verily, they (too) will die}, [Soorah az-Zumar, Aayah 30]
And His saying:
{And the mosques are for Allaah (alone), so invoke not anyone along with Allaah}, [Soorah al-Jinn, Aayah 18]
And their bid`ah which they practice should be detested with good manners, and if they accept (and leave these pratices) then all praise is for Allaah (alone); And if they do not accept (and continue in these practices) then you should leave them and offer your salaah in the masjid of the Ahlus-Sunnah. And in this, with respect to Ibraaheem (alayhis-salaam) there is a good example:
{And I shall turn away from you and from those whom you invoke besides Allaah. And I shall call on my Lord; and I hope that I shall not be unblest in my invocation to my Lord}, [Soorah Maryam, Aayah 48].
And with Allaah lies all success and may Allaah send prayers and salutations upon our Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) and his family and his companions.
Name of group – Braylwiyyah
Adherent to group – Braylwee, plural – Braylwiyyoon
The Braylwiyyah are a Soofee sect which was born in India at the time of the British rule there.
It’s followers concern themselves in exceeding in their love and honour for the Prophets and the “saints” in general, and the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) specifically.
It’s founder was a man by the name of Ahmad Ridhaa Khaan ibn Taqee ‘Alee Khaan who was born in 1272 A.H. (1851 C.E.) and called himself Abdul-Mustafaa (slave/servant of Mustafaa, i.e. Muhammad (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam)).
He was born in the city of Braylee in the province of Uttar Pradesh and was a student of al-Mirza Ghulaam Qaadir Begg who was the older (blood) brother of Mirza Ghulaam Ahmad al-Qaadiyaanee (founder of the Qaadiyaaniyyah sect).
He was of a slim build and known to be shrewd and clever, whilst also being ill-tempered and foul-mouthed. He used to suffer from chronic illnesses, and used to consistently complain of headaches and back pains.
He visited Makkah and studied under some of the scholars there in 1295 A.H. (1874 C.E.).
Amongst his “notable” books are: ((Anbaa. al-Mustafaa)) and ((Khaalis al-I’tiqaad)).
From the beliefs of this sect is that the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) has the ability/power to control the creation and all that occurs, and that the “saints” have the ability/power to influence the creation and all that occurs.
And they have exceeded in their belief with respect to the Prophet (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) such that they have ascended him to a rank close to that of worshipping him. And they have exceeded in their belief with respect to the Messenger of Allaah (sal-Allaahu `alayhe wa sallam) such that they believe he has knowledge of the unseen, and they deny that he was a human being, rather that he was the light (noor) of Allaah. And they also permit calling for assistance from the “saints” and the Prophets and other than them from the false beliefs.
Syed Munawar Hassan has asked for MQM and Altaf Hussain's help for "Blasphemy Law" 

Coordination among political parties need of hour: Sattar

Coordination among political parties need of hour: Sattar
MQM leader Farooq Sattar said that coordination among political parties was need of the hour. Talking to media after meeting with JUI-F leader Munawwar Hassan, Sattar said that the country was passing through a difficult phase. He said that their party will continue to have contacts with other parties for the sovereignty of Pakistan. He said that time has come to work for the betterment of the country. He said that both JUI and MQM were against the feudalism in the country. JUI leader Liaquat Baloch said that it was vital to empower people for strengthening democracy in the country. He said that JUI and MQM had same stance over RGST. REFERENCE: Last Updated: 21 December,2010 09:55PM

Tuesday, December 21, 2010, Muharram 14, 1432 A.H

MQM Delegation Visit Jamaat e Islami Head Quarter Mansoora


MQM Joins Jamat-e-Islami - Part 1


THE Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) and Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) have agreed to continue opposing the Reformed General Sales Tax (RGST) and to maintain relationship for mutual interest. Both the parties reached this understanding after a telephonic contact made by MQM Quaid Altaf Hussain from London with JI Ameer Syed Munawwar Hassan on Monday. Central Secretary Information JI Anwar Niazi said both the leaders discussed the current political and economical situation in detail and developed a consensus that supporting RGST was out of question as its approval would mean another blow to the lower middle class population of Pakistan, which was fighting against constant price hike. Sources said both the parties decided to continue contacts with each other and a delegation of MQM parliamentarians would also call upon the JI Ameer very soon in this connection. Both the leaders also decided to forget the bitter past and to focus on important issues in the current circumstances, which were deteriorating gradually. The leaders also voiced concern over the current situation of the country and agreed that all parties must work together in national interest. Altaf Hussain also appreciated the protest rallies taken out by JI in the support of Namoos e Risalat. REFERENCE: MQM, JI join hands against RGST Tuesday, December 21, 2010 By Our Correspondent

MQM Joins Jamat-e-Islami - Part 2


Jamat-e-Islami & 12 May 2007 Killings in Karachi


KARACHI, July 17: Holding the Sindh government directly responsible for the martyrdom of Allama Hasan Turabi, the secretary-general of Jamaat-i-Islami, Syed Munawar Hasan, said that a fascist group was ruling over Sindh, in presence of which, nobody else could dare to carryout terrorist activities. He was talking to newsmen on Monday after visiting the residence of the slain MMA leader Allama Turabi to offer his condolence. The JI leader said that Allama Turabi's martyrdom was a great loss for not only the MMA but for the entire country. Other MMA leaders including JI Karachi Amir Dr Merajul Huda Siddiqui, Dr Abdul Wasey Shakir, Birjis Ahmed, MNA Abdul Sattar Afghani, MPAs Nasarullah Shajee, Younus Barai and JI leaders Muzaffar Ahmed Hashmi and Muslim Pervez were also present. Mr Hasan said that Allama Turabi's martyrdom was a “message of death” for his killers and added that his martyrdom was a defeat of the plans of the US agents in Pakistan, who wanted sectarian rift among Muslims as they could never succeed in their nefarious designs. He claimed that efforts were being made to destabilise Pakistan, especially Karachi on the pattern of Iraq and conspiracies were being hatched by killing leading Shia and Sunni Ulema to ignite bloodshed of Muslims. Not a single assassin, involved in killings of noted Ulema including Mufti Shamzai and those responsible for the Nishtar Park tragedy have been arrested yet, he deplored.—PPI REFERENCE: KARACHI: JI slams govt over Turabi’s killing July 18, 2006 Tuesday Jumadi-ul-Sani 21, 1427

Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 1

Recorded in May 2007

LAHORE, Aug 23: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Syed Munawwar Hasan has criticised MQM chief Altaf Husain’s announcement supporting martial law against “corrupt politicians” and termed it making a mockery of the Constitution and the law. In a press statement on Monday, he said such a statement was unbecoming of a leader whose party was a part of the ruling elite. He said the military rule in the past was much to be blamed for the prevailing disorder and chaos in the country. Pakistan, he said, was passing through difficult times with target killings in Karachi, drone attacks and blood letting in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, besides devastating floods in all the provinces. In such a situation, the martial law would only serve US interests by adding to disruption and anarchy in the country, he said. PML-N: PML-N central leader Muhammad Medhi has also criticised the MQM chief’s statement. He said Altaf spoke the language of those whom he (the MQM chief) had met a day before. REFERENCE: Munawwar criticises Altaf From the Newspaper July 8, 2010 By Our Staff Reporter

Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 2

Recorded in May 2007

However, he would not say why the MMA government was not enacting so fruitful a law and not ignoring annoyance of the federal authorities on the issue. Replying to a question on the Karachi situation, the former MNA said the MQM was facing internal rifts and its exiled leader Altaf Husain had admitted the fact in a recent speech. He claimed that Sindh Governor Ishratul Ibad was also to be replaced on Husain's insistence but the agencies intervened believing "a known devil is better than an unknown devil". He said Karachi was paying the cost of Gen Musharraf's bid to block PPP's entry in the power set-up of the province. He, however, contended that the army and the MQM had been travelling in different directions. "The army and the masterminds of Jinahpur (state) cannot go together (for long)." About divisions in the opposition, he alleged that it was the PPP which had split the joint opposition. The PPP, he said, always tried to strengthen the government against the MMA. It backed out of an understanding to vote for Maulana Fazlur Rahman as prime minister and now was illogically demanding of the Maulana to vacate the opposition leader's office for Makhdoom Amin Fahim, he said. He did not agree with the suggestion that MMA policies had resulted in reduced support for the alliance. Had this been true it would have become difficult for it to rule the NWFP province, he said. The by-election track record also contradicts the notion as the alliance has not lost any seat in the NWFP and the Punjab, he added. The alliance's policies had rather countered and cornered the ANP in provincial politics, he said. REFERENCE: Time not ripe for anti-govt movement: MMA By Amjad Mahmood 22 July 2004 Thursday 04 Jamadi-us-Saani 1425

Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 3

Recorded in May 2007

KARACHI, May 9: Jamaat-i-Islami chief Syed Munawwar Hasan has condemned the targeted killings and increasing number of missing persons, stating that peace and rule of law cannot be ensured in the city until the culprits behind the May 12 mayhem, April 9 tragedy and 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal killings are exposed and taken to task. Addressing the participants of “Road Caravan” organised by the party on Sunday, the JI chief said the coalition government had failed to deliver and that a peaceful Islamic revolution, which was the only panacea of pressing problems such as loadshedding, price hike and unemployment, was knocking at the door.Mr Hasan said: “Soon we will give a call for a ‘million march’ of people to Islamabad to highlight their problems and to show that people want to rid the country of US influence.” He held the PPP, MQM, ANP, PML-N and JUI-F responsible for the miseries of the people and said if the MQM and JUI-F quitted the government the PPP government would collapse within no time. However, he added that midterm or full-term elections as awaited by some political parties were not the solution. All such parties were subservient to the US, he said, adding that people’s miseries could not be mitigated without enforcement of a system based on justice. Led by JI leaders Syed Munawwar Hasan, Maulana Asadullah Bhutto, Mohammad Hussain Mehanti, the caravan that started on wheels from Sohrab Goth at 3.30pm was joined by small processions on its way to M.A. Jinnah Road. Holding party flags and placards inscribed with slogans such as “say no to IMF” and “let people live”, participants of the caravan converged at the Tibet Centre where JI leaders addressed them.

On the occasion, the rally adopted two resolutions, seeking payment of salaries to the employees of Pakistan Steel Mills and rejecting the policy of making Pakistan the frontline state in the so-called war against terror. Referring to attacks on FIA offices and GHQ, Mr Hasan said the country’s sovereignty had been put on stake by fighting the American war. The ongoing Jehadi movements in different parts of the world were the result of oppressive policies of rulers, he said. Condemning the statement of Hillary Clinton for threatening Pakistan if any act of terrorism occurred in the US, he said: “We expect Foreign Minister Qureshi, who continues to issue statements in favour of India, to take notice of Ms Clinton’s remarks and give a statement in support of Pakistan.” He paid tribute to the judiciary for its decision on the NRO and asked the Supreme Court to summon law and interior ministers and try them for contempt of court by not implementing its decision. Earlier, Mr Mehanti condemned the recent increase in petroleum prices. Asadullah Bhutto said that the PPP, MQM, ANP and PML-N had done nothing to provide relief to the people against loadshedding, unemployment and price hike. REFERENCE: JI rally demands carnage culprits exposed By Our Staff Rerpoter Monday, 10 May, 2010

Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 4

Recorded in May 2007

LAHORE, Sept 3: Jamaat-i-Islami amir Syed Munawar Hasan regrets that the Balochistan situation is explosive but the federal government is least bothered about it. Speaking at an Iftar dinner here on Thursday, he observed the US and China had their eyes on Balochistan because of its vast resources while India and Iran were also interested in it but unfortunately the Pakistan government was the only one that was taking no interest in it. He lamented that while an FIR was yet to be registered in the murder of Nawab Akbar Bugti, another Baloch leader, Rasool Bakhsh Mengal, was murdered recently. He said the Baloch people were being pushed towards wall, making them think that their loyalty with Pakistan is a crime. The JI chief said both the major political parties of the country -- the PPP and the PML-N -- had failed to serve the masses and their recent behaviour had fully exposed them. He said Mian Nawaz Sharif had in fact given up his demand for Pervez Musharraf’s trial otherwise he should have been on roads.

There was no fun in giving an ultimatum only to withdraw it, he said. The PML-N was as much a government ally as the JUI and the MQM and it was fully cooperating with the PPP, he added. He said democracy had been defeated in Sindh as the PPP men were bringing funerals to the Chief Minister’s house. He said all the political parties attending the London multi-party conference had declared the MQM a terrorist organisation and vowed not to join hands with it. He suggested that at least these parties should implement the London decisions. Mr Hasan said the present government was an elected one but it could not be termed democratic. A democratic government must have taken note of the statements being issued from Saudi Arabia and London, he added. He said the decisions in respect of important national issues were being taken outside the country, which was most shameful. The JI chief said Brig Imtiaz (retired) and Gen Naseer Akhtar (retired) had confessed their crimes and they must be put to trial without delay. REFERENCE: Govt blind to Balochistan situation: JI By Our Staff Reporter Friday, 04 Sep, 2009

Capital Talk with Imran Khan : Part 5

Recorded in May 2007

IJT MEETING: A hurriedly-called meeting of the Islami Jamiat Talaba (IJT) shura on Wednesday accused the Muttahida Quami Movement (MQM) and its student wing, the All Pakistan Mohajir Students Organization (APMSO), of kidnapping and killing its activist Farhan Asif. It demanded of the Sindh government to arrest the culprits within three days, adds PPI. The meeting held with the IJT Karachi Nazim, Syed Tahir Akbar, in the chair condemned the brutal murder of its activist and said if the killers were not arrested, the government will be held responsible for any disturbance of law and order. The IJT shura further demanded of the president, prime minister, corps commander, the IGP Sindh and the DIG Operations to order the arrests of APMSO activists Shahzada Imran, Azmat, Faraz Abdullah and the SHO North Karachi, Shafiq Papa, alleging them to be behind the assassination of their activist. Farhan Asif was kidnapped along with his friend Usman from the Govt Jinnah Science College on Monday and later found in seriously injured condition at Valika Chowrangi, SITE. After remaining in coma for 13 hours, Farhan succumbed to his injuries on Tuesday at a local hospital. The IJT Nazim, Tahir Akbar, alleged the MQM and its student wing for destroying peace at educational institutions in Karachi while accusing the police of patronizing them. “The MQM and its student wing have transformed the Jinnah Polytechnic College into their party sector office and a torture cell, where they take their opponents after abduction and subject them to torture,” he further charged. He said the SHO of the North Nazimabad police station, who claimed to be the comrade of the MQM, was patronizing the APMSO activists. The APMSO activists, he said display arms and attack the IJT workers at the Jinnah College. On the other hand, he said the police refused to register FIR against the culprits. The IJT nazim alleged that the APMSO injured as many as 15 of its activists in their fresh attacks. The shura meeting warned the government to remain impartial and take action against the actual terrorists instead of arresting IJT workers. It also demanded the release of their colleagues. REFERENCE: KARACHI: MMA calls for debate on national issues By Our Reporter 21 April 2005 Thursday 11 Rabi-ul-Awwal 1426

KARACHI/LONDON: The Chief of Muttahida Qaumi Movement (MQM) Altaf Hussain and the Amir of Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Syed Munawar Hasan talked on telephone and discussed various issues Monday. Historically, it has happened first time that the leaders of both arch rival parties have contacted through phone and agreed to work with each other for the betterment of the country and its security. Altaf Hussain appreciated JI's rally held on Sunday (yesterday) against the Reformed General Sales Tax, unemployment and inflation. REFERENCE: SAMAA MQM, JI chiefs talk on phone Upadated on: 21 Dec 10 12:13 AM /News29086-MQM_JI_chiefs_talk_on_phone.aspx

Tuesday, December 21, 2010, Muharram 14, 1432 A.H

Professor Abdul Ghafoor of Jamaat-e-Islami Exposed by Kamran Shahid about ISI & IJI


Jamaat e Islami Go Amarica Go Exposed On Live Tv دھوکے باز غیرتمند


MQM Haider Abbas Rizvi on "Duniya In-session" Hypocrisy of Jamat-e-Islami Exposed Part 1


MQM Haider Abbas Rizvi on "Duniya In-session" Hypocrisy of Jamat-e-Islami Exposed Part 2


MQM Haider Abbas Rizvi on "Duniya In-session" Hypocrisy of Jamat-e-Islami Exposed Part 3


MQM Haider Abbas Rizvi on "Duniya In-session" Hypocrisy of Jamat-e-Islami Exposed Part 4


Jamat-e-Islami Exposed


MQM Mustafa Kamal exposes that terrorist Jamat-e-Islami is actually Jewish,US agent.


MQM Mustafa Kamal challenge to Jamatey Islami terrorist


ISLAMABAD: One of the top security agencies on Wednesday picked up Raja Ehsan Aziz, a member of Tehrik-e-Islami (TI), for his alleged connections with terrorists who had attacked the Parade Lane Mosque in Rawalpindi and Moon Market in Lahore. Tehrik-e-Islami is a splinter group of the JI. Two female members of the Tehrik have already been taken into custody. Sarwat Wahid, another female member whose son's car was used in the Parade Lane Mosque attack, is missing. Also her son, Jawad, who was studying in Faisalabad after doing A Level from Beacon House School System, is missing. Aziz, a graduate of Columbia University who also served on senior positions at the Foreign Office, is a retired professor of International Relations, Quaid-i-Azam University. His elder son is an Army doctor. Aziz was taken away from his house in G/10-3 on Wednesday evening by sleuths of the Counter-Terrorism Cell, his wife Amira Aziz told The News. Amira, an ex-MNA of Jamaat-e-Islami and now a Shura member of the Tehrik, is a religious scholar and writes columns in an Urdu daily. Aziz's driver, Phool Zeb from Nowshera, has already been arrested as investigators found a mobile SIM allegedly used for conversation during the attacks on the Parade Lane Mosque and Moon Market, was issued in his name. Likewise, the car used in the mosque attack belonged to Jawad, the son of a Tehrik-e-Islami woman, Sarwat Wahid, a resident of I-8 Sector, Islamabad. Both of them are missing since then. Likewise, Aziz' son, Omer, a student of Islamic International University, has not returned home for the last five days.

Kamran Khan & GEO TV says that Jamat-e-Islami is involved in Terrorism.


Aziz has been picked up for the second time, his wife said, denying any links of the family with terrorism incidents. “I’m a sworn enemy of America and can pay any price for it but I strongly oppose terrorism within Pakistan,” Amira Aziz told The News. She said the intelligence operatives had been following the women activists of Tehrik-e-Islami for the last six months and harassed them. She alleged that her husband was beaten black and blue when picked up last time and kept in illegal custody for a night. Amira said her son, Omer, a heart patient, was very upset when intelligence guys kept his father in their custody for a night. A female member of Tehrik, Najma Sana, who lives in G-9/1, is already in the agency’s custody for the last 10 days. Sarwat Wahid, after being chased by the intelligence agency, left Islamabad for Karachi where she was again pursued by the police. Her sister and children in Karachi have been arrested to press for recovery of Sarwat who has gone underground there. Sarwat’s son, Jawad, is also missing. Tahira Mumtaz, another female member of the Tehrik, was twice called for investigation over her alleged assistance to Sarwat to flee the capital. Altaf Aziz Khattack, SHO, said he was not aware of any such incident. He asked this correspondent to take up the matter with the R A Bazaar police in whose jurisdiction the mosque was attacked. When contacted, officials of the concerned police station said that they had not arrested Ehsan Aziz, adding the Army was investigating the attack and the matter may be taken up with them. The DG ISPR could not be contacted. REFERENCE: JI splinter group leader, females held for links to suicide attackers Friday, December 18, 2009 By Umar Cheema

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