Friday, October 4, 2013

Imran Khan, Jamat-e-Islami, & Office of The Taliban.

PTI chief urges govt to allow opening of Pakistani Taliban office PESHAWAR: Pakistan Tehrik-i-Insaaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan on Wednesday urged the government to declare a ceasefire if it was serious about holding peace talks with militants in Pakistan. The PTI chief also called on the government to allow militants to open an office in Pakistan similar to the Afghan Taliban office in Qatar to facilitate the dialogue process, DawnNews reported. Speaking to media representatives after visiting injured persons of the Peshawar church bombing at the Lady Reading Hospital, Khan said that on one hand, there were talks of holding negotiations whereas on the other, war was still ongoing. How would it be possible to hold peace talks, he questioned. The PTI chairman moreover said that after the fourth All Parties Conference (APC), it was decided to hold peace talks; however no solutions had come about. Khan stressed that the government should take negotiations seriously, adding that it should declare a ceasefire. Furthermore, he also said that the government should allow militants to establish a political office in Pakistan to hold peace talks in the absence of which negotiations would not be possible and the decade-long war against terrorism would continue. While discussing the Peshawar church bombing which killed 81 people, Khan alleged that the tragedy had been politicised. He said 170 blasts had taken place in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa in the past nine years under previous governments, but PTI had not politicised those tragedies. REFERENCE: PTI chief urges govt to allow opening of Pakistani Taliban office 2013-09-25 18:50:31

Imran Khan, Taliban, Asad Umar & Confusion

Imran Khan, Taliban, Asad Umar & Confusion by SalimJanMazari

2009: Deoband ulema term all Taliban actions un-Islamic KARACHI, June 19 Senior clerics of India`s top seminary whose version of Islam the Taliban claim to follow have denounced the actions of the hardline militia, saying the group does not qualify to enjoy affiliations with the historic madressah. In an interview with a correspondent of the BBC Urdu Service, the rector and the head of faculty of Darul Uloom (Waqf) Deoband said attacks by “vigilantes” in which innocent people died was not jihad but “indivi- dual zulm (oppression)”. Seen in this light, attacks on shrines, barber shops and educational institutions were all un-Islamic. Maulana Saalim Qasimi went to the extent of characterising the Taliban regime in Afghanistan, which was ousted by the US forces in 2001, as “un-Islamic”. He said the Taliban did not comprehend fully the tenets of Islam even though much was made of their “Islamic government”. He said Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam leader Maulana Fazlur Rehman, who supported the Afghan regime, was not a religious scholar. “He is more of a politician than a scholar.” “However, his father, Mufti Mehmood, was a scholar,” he said. Maulana Aslam Qasimi, great grandson of Qasim Nanotvi, the founder of the madressah, said the recent statement by Sufi Mohammad that judiciary in Pakistan was un-Islamic was based on misconceptions and ignorance. He said that Islam embraced concepts like democracy. “The spirit of democracy is very much there in Islam, though concepts like democracy have been taking new shapes and forms.” REFERENCE: Deoband ulema term all Taliban actions un-Islamic Dawn Report June 20th, 2009

Sufi Muhammad & Takfiri Ideology (Salim Safi 3 May 2009 GEO TV)


Sufi Muhammad & Takfiri Ideology (Salim Safi 3... by SalimJanMazari

Taliban created by Western powers: Qazi Monday, April 27, 2009 : PESHAWAR: Former Ameer Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) Qazi Hussain Ahmad has said the Taliban were created by Western powers to achieve their own goals. Talking to the media in Peshawar, he said the Taliban took over as an independent force only because the US was not ready to listen to them after achieving its objectives. He said the Taliban got disappointed after they were ignored by the US and began to strengthen their force. Qazi said statements by US officials on the creation of Taliban had no weight as Hizb-e-Islami Afghanistan chief Gulbudin Hekmatyar had openly made such a statement long time ago. He said more than 500,000 people were displaced from the tribal areas and Swat and most of them were living as internally displaced people (IDP) in camps in Kacha Garhi and other places of the province. He said the situation in the country had worsened only because the Taliban had the patronage of foreign forces. Qazi said all the issues could be resolved through dialogue but the NWFP government agreed to implement the Nizam-e-Adl Regulation under pressure. REFERENCE: Taliban created by Western powers: Qazi Monday, April 27, 2009

Declassified - The Taliban (Documentary)


Declassified - The Taliban (Documentary) by SalimJanMazari

Sufi has acted against Quran, says Imran: Monday, April 27, 2009 : LAHORE: Pakistan Tehrik-e-Insaf Chairman Imran Khan has slated TNSM head Sufi Muhammad for violating the Constitution of Pakistan, saying that Sufi has violated the agreement signed with the government and the basic spirit of the Holy Quran. Addressing a public meeting on the eve of the 13th Foundation Day of the PTI, Imran claimed that the Tehrik is the only party which was not formed with the help of the bureaucracy and the Army. He said Musharraf’s policies have played havoc with the integrity of the country and the Army, while an Army operation was still continuing against the people who had been demanding their rights for many years. He also announced holding party elections every year with the appointment of PTI Vice-Chairman Hamid Khan as election commissioner for this purpose. The NRO was, in fact, an infringement on the rights of people, because of which the dacoits have started ruling the masses, Imran said, alleging that MQM chief Altaf Hussain is not behind the bars only because he is paying lip service to the dictation of the US and UK. He said Nawab Akbar Bugti was fighting for the rights of the Baloch people and his assassination is condemnable in every sense. Imran claimed that it has been so easy for the PTI to get power by changing loyalties, but the party does not compromise on its principles. Imran said at least 70 drone attacks have so far been carried out inside Pakistan, killing 700 people, while only 14 al-Qaeda operators could be targeted during these strikes. The PTI chief expressed his resolve to leave for Karachi on May 3 at all costs for launching membership movement of the party. REFERENCE: Sufi has acted against Quran, says Imran BY our correspondent Monday, April 27, 2009

Takfiri Ideology Behind Terrorism in Pakistan - 1


Takfiri Ideology Behind Terrorism in Pakistan - 1 by SalimJanMazari

Sufi might have been a little ‘Kafir’ too: Munawar News Desk Thursday, April 23, 2009 RAWALPINDI: Amir Jamaat-e-Islami Syed Munawar Hassan has said that Tehrik Nifaz Shariat-e-Muhammad chief Maulana Sufi Muhammad had once contested elections of local councillor and won it and therefore might have been a little ‘Kafir’ (infidel) too. Talking to newsmen in Lahore after meeting a delegation of Khaksar Tehrik led by Hameeduddin Al-Mashriqi, he said that the 1973 Constitution was a consensus document having the support of all ulema of the country. Therefore, Sufi Muhammad should consult the ulema and elders before passing edicts . REFERENCE: Sufi might have been a little ‘Kafir’ too: Munawar News Desk Thursday, April 23, 2009

Takfiri Ideology Behind Terrorism in Pakistan - 2


Takfiri Ideology Behind Terrorism in Pakistan - 2 by SalimJanMazari

He was of the opinion that there was no Islamic Shariah system in Saudi Arabia and Iran. RAWALPINDI: Chief of Tehrik Nifaz Shariat-e-Muhammadi Maulana Sufi Muhammad has said that democracy is ‘Kufar’ (infidelity) and backing democratic forces is useless. “Even I do not offer prayer under pro-democracy people,” he said in an exclusive interview with Salim Safi, to be telecast on Geo TV at 10:05pm today (Sunday). The TNSM chief said Qazi Hussain Ahmad and Maulana Fazlur Rehman were searching for Shariah in democracy. He said women were not allowed to go out of their homes except for Haj, adding there was no need for a wife’s permission in Jihad (holy war). He was of the opinion that there was no Islamic Shariah system in Saudi Arabia and Iran. He said as the Kashmiris were not demanding Shariah, but a state, therefore, Jihad was not mandatory there. “Today there is no place in the world where ‘Jihad Bil Qataal’ (holy war) is taking place,” he said, adding that Shariah has prohibited stopping vices through the use of force. REFERENCE: Jihad not mandatory in Kashmir: Sufi News Desk Sunday, May 03, 2009

Lawmaker Javed Ibrahim Paracha on Osama Bin Laden Horse Riding (Memri TV)


Lawmaker Javed Ibrahim Paracha on Osama Bin... by SalimJanMazari

Islamic banking, TV channels against Shariah, declare religious scholars News Desk Saturday, August 30, 2008 RAWALPINDI: Describing the existing Islamic banking by any name as against the Shariah and forbidden, religious scholars belonging to Fiqhi Majlis, Karachi, have decreed that banks working in the name of Islamic banking are not different from other banks and dealing with them is illegitimate. The decree was issued in a meeting at the Jamia Farooqia in Shah Faisal Colony chaired by Maulana Salimullah Jan, President of Tanzeematul Madaris and Wafaqul Madaris, and attended by reputed religious scholars from all over the country. The meeting also discussed in detail the status of Islamic television channels in accordance with the Shariah and described their research and experiences in the light of questions and problems received at their respective centres. Some scholars also presented their research papers in this regard. On the occasion, Maulana Salimullah Jan said that the religious scholars were contacting banks that had been claiming to practice Islamic banking and did research on the prevailing banking practices in the light of the Holy Quran and Sunnah. He said they also held meetings with modern economic experts. He said after detailed consideration, the scholars unanimously declared the Islamic banking and television channels as illegitimate. The scholar also said the kinds of pictures of a living being so far introduced were liable to be dealt with in accordance with the religious commandments. He said the launching of any type of television channel or participation in any television programme declaring it was needed for preaching had also been declared illegitimate. He said the scholars appealed to the Muslims to avoid television like other deeds forbidden by the Shariah. The participants of the meeting included Mufti Abdul Hameed Deenpuri (Jamia-al-Aloom Islamia, Banori Town), Mufti Habibullah Sheikh (Jamia Islamia, Clifton), Mufti Rafiq Ahmed and Mufti Saif Alam (Banori Town), Mufti Abdullah (Khairul Madaris, Multan), Mufti Ghulam Qadir (Darul Aloom Haqqani, Akora Khattak), Mufti Ahmed Mumtaz (Jamia Khulafa-e-Rashdeen, Karachi), Mufti Zarwali Khan (Jamia Ahsan-al-Aloom), Mufti Ehteshamul Haq (Jamia Rasheedia, Turbat, Mekran), Maulana Saeed Ahmed Jalalpuri (Alami Majlis Khatam-e-Nabuwwat), Maulana Dr Manzoor Ahmed Mengal (Jamia Farooqia), Mufti Hamid Hassan (Darul Aloom, Kabirwala), Mufti Abdul Ghaffar (Jamia Ashrafia, Sukkur), Mufti Saaduddin (Jamia Ilmia, Lakki Marwat), Mufti Gul Hassan (Jamia Rehmia, Sarki Road, Quetta), Mufti Rozi Khan (Darul Afta Rahania, Quetta), Mufti Qazi Salimullah (Darul Huda, Khairpur), Nazir Ahmed Shah (Jamia Farooq-e-Azam, Faisalabad), Mufti Saeedullah (Jamia Arabia Naeemul Islam, Quetta), Mufti Samiullah (Jamia Farooqia), Mufti Ahmed Khan and others. REFERENCE: Islamic banking, TV channels against Shariah, declare religious scholars News Desk Saturday, August 30, 2008

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