Thursday, July 22, 2010

Jinnah ! Sword of Islam

Pervezi Regime set free the Liberal Fascists to weaken the Ideological foundations of Pakistan.These hidden snakes came out with their poisoned ideas under the pervezi rule, and started attacking Pakistan Ideology, trying to prove that Muhammad Ali Jinnah was a secular and wanted a secular state.

In my opinion, there is nothing more dangerous for Pakistan's existance than the idea of a secular Pakistan. Look at the fabric of Pakistan, one can see atleast 4 to 6 major ethnicities with their own languages and rich culture , history of thousands of years with great sensitvity towards their ethinic identities, most of them natural warriors(so can not be compared india). Nothing on earth can keep them together as one unit or one nation except the one common idealogy that is Islam.

Jinnah's Pakistan
In atleast 90 speeches between 1940-1947 of his speeches M.A. Jinnah mentioned an Islamic Pakistan, not at a single occasion he used the word of secularism with the word Pakistan in any of his speeches, according to research of Prof Abdul Waheed Siddiqui.

I seek to secure the land for the mosque :MA Jinnah, 1941

we did not demanded Pakistan just for the sake of a piece of land. Instead, we wanted to obtain such a laboratory, where we can adopt the Principles of Islam.
(MA Jinnah,13th of January 1948,Islamia College Peshawar)

the only speech these secular propaganda machine presents is his speech of August 11, 1947 to the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan where he talks about the minorities being the equal citizen of Pakistan , free to practice their religon with equal rights, privileges, and obligations and he also presents the example of Great Britan.It does sound more like secularism especially idealising the system in Great Britan.
I do not find it contradictory to an islamic state, In my view in an ideal islamic state , the citizen , and specifically the minorities do enjoy the same rights as promised in a secular state.the only difference is accepting supermacy of Allah and practicing Hadoodullah.

“there is no compulsion in religion,” (Quran 2: 256)

“So let the people of the Gospel judge by that which Allah has revealed therein, for he who judges not by that which Allah has revealed is a sinner,” (Quran 5:47)

"Do not let your hatred of a people incite you to aggression" (5:2).

"O mankind, we have created you from a male and female." In other words all human beings are brothers to one another. They all are the descendants from one father and one mother. "And we set you up as nations and tribes so that you may be able to recognize each other" (49:13)

And when M.A Jinnah gives the example of GB, i do agree and I would go one step further saying that GB is more islamic than any muslim country on the planet when it comes to human welfare, rights and freedom. the whole so called civilised world borrowed the idea of a welfare state from the Khilaft-rashida, the first example of welfare state in known/recent history of mankind.

Muhammad Ali Jinnah was certainly not a scholar of islam, and there would hardly be any example of an Alim leader after khilafa.But his association with Alim like Shabir Ahmed Usmani, whose knowledge and wisdom quaid praised,asking Maulana Shabbir Ahmad Usmani to raise Pakistan's flag on independence day and Maulana writing the Qarardad Maqasid (Objective Resolutions which was passed by the Constituent Assembly of Pakistan and became the basis of the Constitution of Pakistan) tells a lot about Jinnah's Pakistan.

below are the views of a bristish politician reginald Sorensen after meeting Muhammad Ali Jinnah.
Jinnah was a sword of Islam resting in a secular scbbard(cover) :reginald Sorensen, 1946

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