Dr Israr is also moving perilously close to adopting the ‘jahiliyya’ theory that resulted in thousands of innocent Muslims being massacred in Algeria by Islamic revolutionaries on the basis of a Qutbite reinterpretation of Maududi’s thought. As a rule, the clergy doesn’t smile. It seems to have reached an ijma over keeping the face grim and eyes glaring. Only the JUI bigwigs, Maulana Fazlur Rehman and Hafiz Hussain Ahmad, seem to have realised this. If there was a penal provision against making horrible faces on TV, the moon-sighting Mufti Munibur Rehman would be in prison forever, and Dr Israr Ahmad would have to be arrested again and again for rounding on his audiences with his balefully glaring eyes. GEO (August 23, 2005) Iftikhar Ahmad in Jawabdeh, interviewed Dr Israr Ahmad who said that the political system in Pakistan was pagan (kafirana) because the recommendations of the Council for Islamic Ideology (CII) were never carried out. Those who lived in Pakistan were gunahgar (sinning) and were only ‘legal’ Muslims. They were faasiq and faajir and fundamentally hypocrites (munafiqin). He said there were hundreds of thousands of mosques but people did not enter them although there was no law forbidding them to do so. He said ulema could have done something but Western culture had prevented them. He said the British punished the Muslims because they resisted them. The Hindu was not punished because he was submissive under the Muslims and became submissive under the British too. He said Islamic change was prevented by the murder of Liaquat Ali Khan, after that Jamaat-e-Islami committed the blunder of going into politics. Jamaat was inqilabi (revolutionary) but by accepting democracy it ruined the revolution. He said he wanted to impose revolution in Pakistan and for that he was working quietly and not through violence; but blood will be spilled when his revolution came. He said he had spent 30 years teaching the Quran but was not in favour of imposing either the Saudi system or that of the Taliban. He said the Taliban had just begun Islamic legislation before they were crushed. His faith was in the advent of Imam Mehdi who had already been born in 1962. He denied that he had ever said that the Taliban would be Imam Mehdi’s army. He said after his revolution there would be khilafat through a general vote. He said no system was explained in the Quran but khilafat was the closest. He said in an Islamic state non-Muslims would be second-class citizens. He said if India decided after that to declare all Muslims second-class citizens then that would be right too. He said Muslims had fought in India on the claim that they were a different nation. There was no harm if India considered its Muslims a separate nation. If according to Dr Israr, Imam Mehdi was born in 1962, he is growing old by the day now. It is time Dr Israr called him into the open to save the endangered species called Muslims. Dr Israr is also moving perilously close to adopting the jahiliyya theory that resulted in thousands of innocent Muslims being massacred in Algeria by Islamic revolutionaries on the basis of a Qutbite reinterpretation of Maududi’s thought. Dr Israr says his revolution would be bloody; he is clearly inclined to bloodshed. Since he wants to reduce the non-Muslims to second-class citizens, he should give them the option of leaving Pakistan. In fact, after his revolution, he should give the Muslims a similar option before he starts putting them to death. Most of the Muslims will also leave rather than be ruled by his scary caliphate. REFERENCE: SECOND OPINION: Why doesn’t Dr Israr ever smile? —Khaled Ahmed’s TV Review Tuesday, October 04, 2005 http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_4-10-2005_pg3_3
UN Special Rapporteur Asma Jehangir Report on India http://www.scribd.com/doc/12681097/UN-Special-Rapporteur-Asma-Jehangir-Report-on-India
Wahdat ul Wajood (Pantheism) , Dr. Israr Ahmed, Tahir ul Qadri, Deoband & Islam - 3
Lets have a look what is the reality of Ibn Arabi (The Heretic Sufi) in the light of Islamic Teaching & kindly do keep in mind that Imran Khan wants an Islamic Welfare State.
Excerpts from Iman-e-Khalis by Late. Masooduddin Usmani
Noted Saudi Arabian Scholar Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid says http://islamqa.info/en/ref/7691
Wahdat ul Wajood (Pantheism) , Dr. Israr Ahmed, Tahir ul Qadri, Deoband & Islam - 4
The Iranian Experience by Dr Israr Ahmad
Mawdudi’s works began to appear in Iran in the 1960s. They were translated into Persian from Arabic by Ayatollah Hadi Khusrawshahi and members of a translating team working with him. Articles on Mawdudi and excerpts from his works also appeared in various issues of Khusrawshahi’s journal Maktab-i Islam. Following the revolution of 1978–1979, a number of Mawdudi’s works were translated into Persian from Arabic by Ayatollah Sayyid Muhammad Khamana’i. Interestingly, the first Persian translation of a work of Mawdudi was done in Hyderabad, Deccan, by Mahmud Faruqi in 1946; RJI, vol. 4, 90. REFERENCES: The Vangaurd of the Islamic Revolution - The Jama‘at-i Islami of Pakistan Seyed Vali Reza Nasr UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA PRESS Berkeley · Los Angeles · London © 1994 The Regents of the University of California - Should we just condemn only Khomeini and condone Mawdudi knowing well that Mawdudi was a close friend of Khomeini and was sympathetic to his course. In a book titled, 'Two brothers - Maududi and Khomeini' page 129, the following statement of Dr Ahmad Farouk Maududi (son of Abul-A'ala Maududi) was published in Roz Naame, Lahore - 29 September 1979, "Allama Khomeini had a very old and close relationship with Abba Jaan (father). Aayaatullah Khomeini translated his (fathers) books in Farsi and included it as a subject in Qum. Allama Khomeini met my father in 1963 during Hajj and my father's wish was to create a revolutionary in Pakistan similar to Iran. He was concerned about the success of the Iranian revolution till his last breath.'