Khurshid Nadeem: Sufi and Tasawwuf, A critical perspective

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  1. Mr Khursheed Nadim has quoted a Fascist Mawdudi regarding undertsanding of Islam from Quran and Sunnah but I wonder how much Mullah Mawdudi understood and followed Islam when he and his Anarchic Concoction Jamat-e-Islami were busy in ruining Pakistan’s Political Structure from 1947 till now. Younger Generation on this blog must have the basic knowledge about this Islamic Pervert Abul Ala Mawdudi, Jamat-e-Islami [by the way Amin Ahsan Islahi, Ghamidi, Dr Israr (he is really a Mystrey like his name – advisor of General Zia) were the brainchild and students of that Pervert Mawdudi] and its dirt, filthy, anarchic politics. Read and enjoy as to how our Islamists connived with every Military Dictator since 1947. And now after 911 every TV Channel Anchor [minus one or two] in Pakistan has employed Old Members of Islamic Jamiat Tulaba on key poistions to further exploit this pervert Mix of Islam and Two Nation Theory to counter those Political Patries who really enjoy vote bank. Mr Khursheed Nadeem should inform everyone about JI and its Fascism in the Former East Pakistan at the behest of Pakistani Military Junta. Let me open your eyes.

    The series of assassinations in Former East Pakistan [now Bangladesh] was started from 1969 when a Shams Duaa-Haa, professor of Chemistry in Rajshahi University, was assassinated in daylight. Let me explain what the Al-Badar and Al-Shams were and are? Al-Badar was and is militant wing of Jamait Islami and a paramilitary force formed in Bangladesh in 1971 by General Yahya INC. Al-Badar forget that what the real Jihad is ? And fight against the Muslims in Bangladesh, Bengalis use to call Al-Badar as “Butcher of Bangladesh.” The Al Badar was assigned a variety of combat and non-combat tasks including taking part in the operations, spying against Bengali Intellectuals, interrogation, working as the guides for Tikka Khan and Niazi, assassination, detecting and killing Bengali intellectuals.

    The force was composed of madrassah students-teachers, supporters of Muslim League and Jamait Islami. History tell us that killings which began on 25 March 1971 and sparked the Bangladesh Liberation War and also led to the deaths of at least 26,000 people as admitted by Pakistan on one hand (by the Hamoodur Rahman Commission) and 3,000,000 by Bangladesh on the other hand, (From 1972 to 1975 the first post-war prime minister of Bangladesh, Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, mentioned on several occasions that at least three million died).

    Doctor Fazl Rabbi was an eye specialist; he was kidnapped by Al-Badar. Next day his body was found from a drainage line. His both eyes were vanished and there were marks of switchblade. “What should we think about such peccadilloes?”

    Butcher of Bangladesh I mean the ex-militants of Al-Badar are settled in UK and other European countries and they are appointed as cleric of mosques there. And I want to remind the readers that too, “Jamait Islami’s former leader Maulana Modudi had rejected the theory of Pakistan but since 1947, when Pakistan came into being, it is claimed by the leaders of Jamat Islami that they are playing leading role of toady.

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    Mawdoodi and Jamat-e-Islami Part – 4