Dr. Israr Ahmed- Loss of an Islamic luminary figure

April 14, 2010 at 5:47 pm (Uncategorized) ()

Renowned religious scholar and founder of Tanzeem-e-Islami Dr Israr Ahmed passed away in Lahore Wednesday.

Dr Israr Ahmed, 78, was suffering from backache and diabetes and was sick for the last two weeks.

He passed away late Wednesday night due to heart failure. His funeral prayers will be offered after Asar prayers at Central Park, Model Town.

Dr Israr Ahmed left behind 4 sons and 5 daughters. He authored more than 100 books. Dr Israr Ahmed also remained Nazim-e-Ala of Jamat-e-Islami during his student life. After finishing his studies, he became a member of Jamat-e-Islamil; however left the party due to differences with founder of Jamat-e-Islami Syed Abu Ala Modoodi. Later, he founded a separate organisation Tanzeem-e-Islami. The deceased also headed Quran Academy.

Born in 1932. Graduated from King Edward Medical College. Masters degree in Islamic studies from the uni of karachi. Worked for Muslim Student’s Federation in the Independence Movement and following 1947, for the Islami Jamiat-e-Talaba. In 1967 Dr. Israr Ahmadin wrote “Islamic Renaissance. In 1971 gave up his medical practice to devote himself to the Islamic revival. In 1972 established Markazi Anjuman Khuddam-ul-Qur’an Lahore, Tanzeem-e-Islami was founded in 1975, and Tahreek-e-Khilafat Pakistan in 1991. first TV appearance in 1978 in Al-Kitab; followed by Alif Lam Meem, Rasool-e-Kamil, Umm-ul-Kitab. awarded Sitara-i-Imtiaz in 1981. He has to his credit over 60 Urdu books on topics related to Islam and Pakistan, 9 of which have been translated into English and other languages. His works go far beyond to what I am allowed to type. Today is a sad day in our history. He will be remembered. Through his words, through his works. May Allah bless us with the vision to follow his footsteps.

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Drone attacks on Pakistan- 21st century warfare

January 28, 2010 at 8:50 pm (Uncategorized)

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In Pakistan attacks by unmanned US drones have increased dramatically since Barack Obama came to office. In 2009 it’s believed there were between 45 and 53 drone attacks on militant targets near the border with Afghanistan. So far this year there are reports of around a dozen already. For the US it’s a way to fight the Taliban without major incursion and without risking the loss of American lives but in Pakistan the attacks are hugely unpopular and fueling public anger

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Gen Hamid Gul- Pakistan is majbooristan and has weak eiman

January 4, 2010 at 1:59 pm (Interview, Islam, Pakistan, Politics, Uncategorized) (, , , )

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Saudi Source Says Obama Willing To Give Afghanistan To Taliban For Quiet

November 23, 2009 at 3:20 pm (Uncategorized) (, , )

By Michael Eden

Back in May of 2008, I wrote about the danger of appeasement that the election of a liberal Democrat to the presidency posed.

The trend of American casualties had been increasing, without question, but we have NEVER seen the kind of DOUBLING of fatalities (we’re now at 293 American fatalities, versus 155 last year, with more than a month to go) that we are seeing now under Obama’s leadership.  That’s because the Taliban and the terrorists now know that we have a dithering, indecisive, vacillating and appeasing weakling in the White House whom they will be able to push around.

And apparently their piling on is paying off big as “the leader of the free world” cringes before them.

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Secret files show UK courts were misled over 9/11 suspect Lotfi Raissi

November 23, 2009 at 9:38 am (Uncategorized)

By Paul Lewis

Guardian

Lotfi RaissiLotfi Raissi, the Algerian wrongly accused of training pilots involved in the 9/11 terrorist attacks in New York. Photograph: Martin Argles/The Guardian

British prosecutors failed to disclose crucial evidence to the courts in the aftermath of the September 11 terrorist attacks in a case that resulted in an innocent pilot being jailed for five months, previously unseen documents reveal.

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Voting for failure in Afghanistan

November 22, 2009 at 2:28 am (Uncategorized) (, )

By Stephen Kinzer

guardian.co.uk

By forcing a flawed model of democracy on Afghans, the US has made Afghanistan less stable and less democratic

The fiasco of the elections in Afghanistan has been widely lamented. Most laments focus on a single obvious fact: by winning a new term through fraud at the polls, President Hamid Karzai has weakened his legitimacy, endangered the already tepid support he enjoys in Washington DC, and handed the Taliban another piece of evidence, if one is needed, that his regime is corrupt.

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CIA ‘put pressure on Britain to cover up its use of torture’

November 22, 2009 at 2:17 am (Uncategorized)

By David Rose

 

Binyam Mohamed‘Sensitive information’: The treatment of Binyam Mohamed is at the centre of a security row

The CIA has been secretly pressuring the British Government to help it cover up its use of torture, documents filed in the High Court have revealed.

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REFLECTIONS: Unity of The Muslim Ummah

November 22, 2009 at 1:55 am (Uncategorized) (, )

By Shark

As millions of Muslims travel to Makkah this month to perform Hajj, we congratulate them on their journey, and ask Allah سبحانه وتعالى to bless them with the completion of their obligation. May Allah سبحانه وتعالى shower His سبحانه وتعالى rewards and blessings upon them and return them home safely.

The Ibadat of Hajj is an amazing event where millions of Muslims gather from around the world: wearing the same clothes and exerting their effort to fulfill this pillar of Islam. Contemplating upon the Hajj, our attention is drawn to one of the vital issues of this Ummah. Muslims with different backgrounds, from distant places, speaking different languages and of different colours and cultures; all come together to the same place and at the same time to perform an act of worship out of total obedience and submission to the one and only ilah: Allah سبحانه وتعالى. As all the differences disappear, Hajj illustrates the unity that Islam naturally brings about to Muslims. Islam makes it an obligation upon all Muslims to unite not just in Ibadat, like Hajj and Fasting, but rather it seeks a true and complete unity of the Ummah in all aspects of life. We will, inshAllah in this issue, shed some light on the type of unity that Islam calls for.

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Proud and dishonourable generals

November 22, 2009 at 12:12 am (Uncategorized)

By Brian Cloughley

Daily Times

 It seems that honesty doesn’t pay, career-wise. The last US commander in Afghanistan, General David McKiernan, asked for 10,000 more troops than seemed suitable for White House policy. He was sacked and replaced by General McChrystal

The famous and eventually infamous American General Douglas MacArthur imagined that he had won the Second World War in the Pacific single-handedly and was much given to public declamation. He loved an audience and it didn’t matter much who the audience was, provided they revered MacArthur, which most Americans did for a very long time.

When he was US Theatre Commander in the Pacific, and thus chief of United Nations troops fighting the war in Korea in the early Fifties, he disobeyed his president, whom he despised.

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Land of the Free (To Torture and Imprison Without Trial)

November 21, 2009 at 11:39 pm (Uncategorized) (, )

By Brian Coughley

There are some happenings that are surreal to the point of engendering total astonishment, and a recent official US pronouncement concerning human rights violations is a prime example. The statement about Uzbekistan by the State Department that “We are deeply disappointed about the serious deficiencies of due process . . . and about the allegations of torture” would be extremely serious was it not so bizarrely in line with what the entire world is saying about American torture in Guantanamo Bay and other hideous persecution parlors around the world.

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Paul Watson on Alex Jones Show on Destabilization of The World Using”The Taliban/Al-Qaeda Forces”

November 21, 2009 at 12:08 am (Interview, Uncategorized) (, , , )

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Webster Tarpley on Alex Jones Show on CIA-Funded Jundullah Terror Group

November 21, 2009 at 12:03 am (Interview, Uncategorized) (, , , )

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Pakistan: trapped in the US game plan

November 20, 2009 at 7:04 pm (Uncategorized) ()

By Shireen M. Mazari

There is a dangerous pattern connecting the events happening in and around Pakistan today. Unless we can see this larger picture, we will be overwhelmed by the fallout and our detractors like the US will have fulfilled their agenda for this nuclear capable country. The roots of this US agenda go back to Musharraf’s hasty embrace of the US “war on terror”. What was not realised at the time was the psychological trauma the US had undergone as a result of 9/11, which had led to the bolstering of the already suspicion-tinted view the US had of the Muslim world. Of course, some pliant Muslim leaders were reluctantly embraced as “allies”, but always on a tight leash, but by and large nationalist Muslim leaders and their nations were something the Americans never felt comfortable with. If these nations were also militarily or economically strong, the US felt even more uncomfortable. In this context, Mahathir’s Malaysia, Revolutionary Iran and nuclear Pakistan certainly stood out as irritants in one way or another. So when 9/11 happened, even though it was Saudi citizens who were responsible for the actions, Pakistan was brought centre-stage and the US saw this as the opportunity to cut the country down to size and finally gain control of its nuclear assets.

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Don’t Visit Us – Liberate Us

November 20, 2009 at 4:01 am (Global Issues, Uncategorized)

By Asif Salahuddin

 Umar Bin Al-Khattab (ra) in the year 636 was the first to do so. Under his command as Khaleefah, the armies of Islam, after their continued expansion outside the Arabian Peninsula, had reached the gates of Jerusalem (Al Quds) and had the city surrounded. Partly because of the city’s immense importance – it is home to Masjid-Al-Aqsa (the third holiest mosque in Islam) and had been the first Qibla for the Muslims – Umar (ra) himself journeyed to the land and oversaw the liberation of this sacred city.

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Population Reduction: Globalist Endgame Begins?

November 20, 2009 at 2:16 am (Uncategorized)

Source: SkyWatch Canada

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Ukraine’s Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko wears a protective mask as she visits a hospital in Ivano-Frankivsk November 3, 2009.  
   

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Sheikh Imran Hosein- Jerusalem in Quran

November 20, 2009 at 12:46 am (Islam, Uncategorized)

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Sheikh Imran Hosein- The Internal Vision

November 20, 2009 at 12:30 am (Islam, Uncategorized)

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Sheikh Imran Hosein- Islam and The International Monetary System

November 20, 2009 at 12:25 am (Economics, Islam, Uncategorized)

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