Now these snakes will be dragged to the court and confronted with their crimes against Pak Sarzameen InshAllah. Thousands of Pakistanis have joined hands alhamdolillah to expose and confront these snakes and now the Petition has been filed in the Supreme Court! By Allah, we will defend our Medina e Sani, its sacred ideology, its geography, its armed forces and our freedom! [Sic].” The petition itself, though littered with spelling mistakes and grammatical errors, is poisonous drivel supposedly to terrorise into silence the journalists, media persons and activists associated or thought to be associated with SAFMA. It takes a convoluted approach to basically posit that the respondents have allegedly been undermining M A Jinnah and Allama Iqbal’s message, the two-nation theory, the ideology of Pakistan and above all the ‘glory of Islam’, at the behest of India, and thus portend an existential risk to Pakistan’s national security. It makes full use of the Ziaul Haq-inducted clauses of the constitution and asks for first restraining these journalists and activists and then trying them for sedition. While not explicitly sought, the implication of invoking Article 6 is that the named and unnamed individuals thus be physically eliminated. Hamid has specifically asked the court that under Article 19 of the constitution, the free speech of the individuals he has named should be restricted in the “interest of the glory of Islam, integrity, security or defence of Pakistan or any part thereof, friendly relations with foreign states, public order, decency or morality or in relation to contempt of court.” On his blog and in his various media appearances, Hamid has expressly described what he means by the “glory of Islam”. He wrote on his blog: “Our destiny is Ghazwa e Hind NOT aman ki asha! They spread vulgarity, filth, Hinduism, pornography, Hindu culture, dance and music within our youth.” Hamid has based this on a single Hadith, which appears in the only an-Nasai compilation of the Hadith: “A group of you will conquer India, Allah will open for them (India) until they have come with its kings chained — Allah having forgiven their sins. When they return back (from India), they will find ibn Maryam (Jesus) in Syria.” Interestingly, it is not just the secular elements of SAFMA who differ with Hamid’s concept of the glory of Islam by waging war on India in the purported ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’. Respected Islamic scholars have a broad range of points of view on this Hadith. Some like Javed Ghamidi consider it a weak narration, which like many other fabricated ones was inducted in the corpus of Hadith to suit the political plans of the Ummayads when they wanted to invade India. The late Dr Israr Ahmed held another view that the Muslim invasion of India prophesied in the narration has already taken place. He had stated in his lectures that the Ghazwa-e-Hind could have been either Mahmud Ghaznavi or Muhammad Bin Qasim’s invasion of India. Allama Dr Tahirul Qadri holds yet another view that the tradition is part of the signs of the end of time and the forecast invasion will actually be by armies originating not in Pakistan but from the Arab lands. Then there is the view of the Ahl-e-Hadith, expressed some time back in the periodical Muhhaddis, which categorically rejects this narration as concocted. The Shia books of Hadith make no mention of such a prophecy at all. I am confident that the seasoned ulema of the various schools of thought would feel duty-bound to appear before the court to present their expert opinion when asked by the court and/or SAFMA. REFERENCE: COMMENT: Zaid Hamid goes to court — Mohammad Taqi Thursday, April 05, 2012 http://archives.dailytimes.com.pk/editorial/05-Apr-2012/comment-zaid-hamid-goes-to-court-mohammad-taqi
Zaid Zaman Hamid & General Hamid Gul
Ghazwa-e-Hind Hadith by Shaykh-ul-Islam Dr Tahir ul Qadri
KAYA GAZWA E HIND KA AHADIS MAIN ZIKAR HAI?Al-Shaikh Al-Mufti Mohammad Ashraf ul Qadri
SAFMA should raise this in SC that Zaid Hamid and Kasuri are alleging that Treacherous and Treasonous SAFMA are a Threat to Glory of Islam obviously SAFMA being supporters of Pak-India Friendship but are these Two Muslim Madressahs and one is based in Holy City of Varanasi (Banaras) and that too a Salafi Madressah http://www.aljamiatussalafiah.org/arabic/about_us.html and another is Daarul Uloom Deoband in Muzzaffar Nagar UP http://www.darululoom-deoband.com/ . If SAFMA is Kaafir and Ghaddar then the status of the Faith of these Two Madressah must be clarified by the SC and Shariat Bench of Pakistan that whether these Two Madressahs in India are violating Glory of Islam or not above all Pakistan should break ties with Saudi Arabia because Saudi Arabi is also India's Friend.
Pak CYBER Force, ZAID Hamid EXPOSED, ANNIHILATED
We (I will use we because Zaid Sb love to use "we" when he speaks) must respect Zaid Hamid Sb views and views of Mr. Ahmed Qureshi but we are all declared "Faasiq and Fajir (Flagrant sinners) and it has also been alleged in the petition of Mr. Zaid Hamid/Kasuri that "Treasonous, Treacherous SAFMA and Gang of Hoodlum in Safma" are giving bad name to the Glory of Islam therefore this matter should be dealt forthwith. Men are ordered to grow beard and trim mustaches in Islam and I accept these command literally and also believe in these command in letter and spirit and declare that in the life hereafter those who have not followed these two commands would be punished but shaving a beard regularly or keeping Mustahces like Magians (Zoroastrian) as I have is one thing but trimming the beard after growing is Insult of Sunnah, please note that Mr Zaid Hamid, Mr. Ahmed Qureshi and Lawyer of Zaid Hamid i.e. Mr Kasuri all three are violating Islam ultimately damaging Glory of Islam Zaid Hamid trim his beard and has pony tail (another Pagan tradition used to be the practice of Kaafir Mongols), Mr Kasuri is totally clean shaved and wears Kaafir Clothes like Three Piece Suit with a Cross (Necktie) in his neck and Mr. Ahmed Qureshi roam around like a Twink., here are the commands Ruling on trimming the beard because it looks scary. REFERENCE: Ruling on trimming the beard because it looks scary Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid http://islamqa.info/en/ref/9977
Pakistan in views of Sufis part 1_2
Country was Made by Allah, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Companion Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) - This demented quack has no shame Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) & Companion Ali (May Allah be pleased with him) are dead and passed away centuries ago and buried in Medina and Kufa respectively then how come they made Pakistan. Question about a strange Sufi way of worship http://islamqa.info/en/ref/11938/sufis Are the Sufi shaykhs really in contact with Allaah? Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid http://islamqa.info/en/ref/4983/sufis
Pakistan in views of Sufis part 2_2
Zaid Hamid freely mix with Women without Hijab and he raise finger on SAFMA's violation of Glory of Islam:) about Hijab Verses and hadeeth about hijab http://islamqa.info/en/ref/13998/hijab
Iqbal Ka Pakistan 14th August Special Imran khan and zaid hamid Part 3/9
Iqbal Ka Pakistan 14th August Special Imran khan and zaid hamid Part 4/9
It looks like a revenge scene from a movie but it has actually happened. After eight long years, Dr Tanvir Ahmed Khan, a former foreign secretary, reclaimed the title of Director General Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad (ISSI), a post he lost to Dr Shireen Mazari in August 2002. Despite the fact that Dr Shireen has been unceremoniously removed from the post at least 15 months before the expiry of her contract in August 2009, she has earned the distinction of being the longest serving DG of the Foreign Office-controlled think tank. Dr Tanvir's held the post between 1998-2000. He was appointed around the time of the May 1998 nuclear detonation, and was in the lead of the pro-bomb lobby in Pakistan. However, after Gen Musharraf took over he lost favour with the military and was replaced by the hawkish Shireen Mazari. Shireen Mazari reacted angrily on the termination of her contract on May 14. She told the media that the news of her removal was conveyed to her by the new foreign secretary Salman Bashir. She likened her removal to the sacking of former foreign secretary Riaz Muhammad Khan. She claimed the United States government had influenced her removal as she was writing hard-hitting articles highlighting US intervention in internal Pakistani affairs. Riaz Mohammad Khan who took over as the Foreign Secretary in Feb 2005 was sacked by the PPP government last month. His term in office was due to end on Oct 1, 2008. Mazari also claimed that on May 15 she was ordered to leave the office in 15 minutes as the new DG was to take over. Clarifying, a foreign office spokesman said: "Dr Shireen Mazari had been Director General of ISSI since August 2000. She has been the longest serving Director General of the Institute. There is no particular reason to replace Dr Mazari. Dr Mazari was a contract employee and had served with great distinction. All her contract terms will be honoured. Dr Tanvir Ahmed Khan, who is a distinguished scholar and former Foreign Secretary, will take over as the new Director General (ISSI)." During her stint in ISSI, Mazari was more recognised for her hard-hitting views reflecting some portions of the establishment. She has close relations with Mushahid Husain Syed, PML-Q secretary general and his wife Dushka Syed, a professor in Quaid-e-Azam university. Mushahid, a confidante of Nawaz Sharif was briefly detained after Sharif's removal but later he became an ardent supporter of Musharaf's regime. Along with Dushka Syed, Shireen was also seen leading civil society protests in 2006 against conversion of a public park into a mini-golf court by the Capital Development Authority and in 2007 against Jamia Hafza dubbing it 'MullaGardi'. Recently she was seen openly criticising US policies and visits of PPP co-chairperson to the residence of the American ambassador. Dr Tanvir, who had served in Benazir Bhutto's first government as foreign secretary in the late 1980s, has gradually shifted from his PTV-friendly hawkish views to a more diversified outlook on security issues. In fact after his removal as DG ISSI he gradually became a leading critic of the military-led government. Last year he was present at the launch of Ayesha Siddiqa Agha's controversial book Military Inc. at a time when the government forbade all hotels and clubs not to give a place for the function. In December last year, while opposing the Musharraf emergency, he was part of 20 former ambassadors and foreign secretaries who called upon Musharraf to restore the rule of law and reinstate senior judges. Later, he also supported the PPP position that Benazir Bhutto's murder investigations should be done under UN. Dr Khan said the government had offered him four positions including that of DG ISSI. Out of those, he must have preferred going back to his old job. Islamabad has three think tanks -- Institute of Regional Studies (IRS), ISSI and Islamabad Policy Research Institute. Their functions are not much different from each other. Over the years these think tanks have failed to produce any original work that could influence or change the country's regional or domestic policy. Most of the research done by these institutes is based on secondary sources. They are mainly following the official line on controversial issues. ISSI is mainly seen as a think tank made for retired foreign secretaries who are accommodated as its DGs and Chairmen. During Dr Tanvir's first stint, there was no chairman but later Aga Shahi became its chairman. After his demise now former foreign secretary and minister Inamul Haq has been serving as its chairman. ISSI has two directors and seventeen research fellows. IRS, controlled by federal information ministry, is considered a post-retirement place for military officers. Since its inception in 1982, many retired military men have served it as its president. Many of them developed the required academic credential while on the job. The incumbent president Maj Gen. (Retd.) Jamshed Ayaz Khan took over in April 2002. Before joining the Institute, he served as Additional Secretary Defense Production (DP) Division of the Ministry of Defense from 1999-2001. The nascent IPRI was established by a group including Shireen Mazari, Mushahid Husain and Gen Syed Rafaqat, who was also the founder president of the Islamabad Policy Research Institute (IPRI). But soon controversy struck and the president was replaced by Brig (Ret) Sahukat Qadir who was also forced to resign. Since Oct 2000, Dr. Pervaiz Iqbal Cheema, a academician who previously served as the Chairman of International Relation's Department as well as Defence and Strategic Studies Department of Quaid-e-Azam University, has been working as IPRI's President. It has been a tradition that with the change in the government the head of these institutes are also changed. No wonder Shireen's ouster was seen as the first in line. REFERENCE: Non-thinking tanks With the change in the government, the head of govt institutes are also changed. Dr Shireen Mazari's ouster is a case in point By Nadeem Iqbal http://jang.com.pk/thenews/may2008-weekly/nos-25-05-2008/dia.htm#2
Jihadis will have no place in Pakistan: PM Imran Khan
Army, ISI will be under me if I'm the PM: Imran Khan
Karan Thapar: Let me press this like this, the LeT was supposedly declared a militant group and prescribed way back in 2002. But it simply re-morphed and re-appeared as Jamat ud Dawa and Falat-e-Insaniyat and it operates freely as you know. Hafiz Saeed, its leader, regularly makes anti-India hate speeches. Will you put a stop to that?
Imran Khan: Well, I again repeat, that if there are no militant groups operating from within Pakistan, which should be our statement policy, and as things stand today, Pakistan has no choice but to go this route.
Karan Thapar: But when you say no militant groups does that specifically include not just LeT, but also Jamat ud Dawa, Falat-e-Insaniyat, Jaish e Mohammad, in other words those groups that target India?
Imran Khan: Well not just India. There are groups that are targetting people within Pakistan. We have a number of militant groups.
Karan Thapar: But you are not answering my question. The Indians will think you are evading it.
Imran Khan: No. When I say no militant groups, it means no militant groups.
Karan Thapar: Including Jamat ud Dawa?
Imran Khan: Exactly. There would not be any militant groups operating within Pakistan. How can I be more specific than that?
Karan Thapar: Would you name Jamat ud Dawa, Falat-e-Insaniyat and Hafez Saeed and say that you will put a check to these three people? Will you name them?
Imran Khan: Look, I am living in Pakistan. Pakistan at the moment is the most polarised country in the world. A governor gets shot, his assassin becomes a hero. There’s no point in becoming a hero right now in this country where there’s no rule of law. Life is very cheap here. So, just let me put it as a policy statement. Don’t just go into details. As a policy statement, it should answer your question. No militant groups operating from within Pakistan.
Karan Thapar: Let me raise a second concern that India had. They believe, and the Americans agree, and similarly believe that the ISI has been involved in carrying out terror attacks against India, whether its through the Haqqani group targetting the Indian embassy in Kabul or whether its through the LeT targetting Mumbai in 2008. Will you reign in the ISI?
Imran Khan: Well, in your last interview I said as the Prime Minister of a country where the responsibility lies on me, so should the authority be on me. Its not going to happen that here’s me holding responsibility and some group is operating independently, whether its ISI or any other group. So the answer is ISI and the Army would be under a civilian governmental control. And if I can’t do it, I would much rather resign. But if I take responsibility it would mean that whatever policies made by our Cabinet will have to be enforced at every section, with every institution. Now when you come to Afghanistan, I just have one tiny comment to make. To blame Pakistan where 140, 000 troops of the United States and NATO have failed, the greatest military machinery ever has failed and to blame a few thousand Haqqani group from Pakistan, not allowing them to win in Afghanistan, not only is this completely not plausible but its defying history. Afghans have never accepted foreign invaders. REFERENCE: Will stop terror groups if elected PM: Imran Pakistan | Updated Nov 13, 2011 at 07:28pm IST http://ibnlive.in.com/news/build-trust-put-kashmir-on-back-burner-imran/201956-56.html