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Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rahman – End of Jamaat-e-Islami

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Following PM Yusuf Raza Gilani’s “Historic Speech” announcing a “line in the sand”, Kamran Khan interviews Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rahman head of the Ruet-e-Hilal Committee etc.

However although he has previously given halfway comments between Musharraf (he is critical of Musharraf), and being pro-Tehreek-e-Taliban, here he gives a very pro-Pakistan State comment.

Here we find the FIRST CLEAR delineation of the difference between Tehreek-e-Taliban and Islam.

For the longest time those who have been wise HAVE seen the OBVIOUS linkage of the Taliban to “Fitna” and the history of the “Kharijites” (who Hazrat Ali had to crack down on).

However have been surprised that the think tanks and media people in Pakistan HAVE NOT made that connection.

Or that the “religious parties” have not seen the obvious analogies.

And the reason is that most of them are under the influence of the Saudi/Wahhabi ideology (which is based on Abdul Wahhab’s ideology). Abdul Wahhab was the only person available to the British who was willing to use “Takfir” against the Islamic State (Ottoman Caliphate). This allowed the opening for Saud family and the British (Lawrence of Arabia) to foment a rebellion against the Ottoman Caliphate.

A criticism of the Taliban INDIRECTLY criticizes the Saud family’s tribal rebellion against the Ottoman Caliphate – this is because the Taliban see themselves as enacting a REPLAY of the actions that the Saud tribe was able to do carve out a region from a bigger Islamic State in CONTRAVENTION of Islamic teachings NOT to go against the Islamic State you live in. The probable reason to DISSUADE people from this maybe the understanding that ANY such action INEVITABLY weakens the Islamic State to third parties. And the disorder that issues from that can lead to FAR worse outcomes. Thus the reason to dissuade Fitna against the state.

Kamran Khan – Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rahman – End of Jamaat-e-Islami – May 7, 2009

Wikipedia – Kharijites
Wikipedia – Abdul Wahhab
Wikipedia – Wahhabi
Wikipedia – Salafi

Munawar Hassan, Sufi Muhammad, Jamat-e-Islami, Mullahs & Calamity of Takfir (Apostasy) – 1


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