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India: Khatam-e-Nabuwwat cleric wants Muslims to arm themselves, be ready for Jihad
The leaders of the Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam Hind have been wielding a severe blow to the mischief of Qadianism for the last 80 years.
Source/Credit: Sahafat, New Delhi
By The Urdu Daily Sahafat | May 21, 2013
English translation : New Age Islam
Maulana Habib ur Rehman Sani Ludhianvi says Muslim should always keep weapons with them according to Sunnah
Kairana: (Md Yousuf Tyagi): "The Ulema have put the importance of jihad in the present day behind them. The Ulema of Deoband have become cowards. Muslims should always keep weapons with them according to the Sunnah. They should keep a sword or a dagger even at the time of Namaz". These views were expressed by the national president of Majlis-e-Ahrar in India, Maulana Habib ur Rehman Sani Ludhianvi, here today.
Habib ur Rehman Sani was addressing a big audience at the Tahaffuz-e-Khatam-e-Nabuwwat Conference (Conference on the protection of finality of prophethood) at Eidgah Maidan here. He said to the audience, “Prepare your children to fight the enemies of Islam”. Attacking Sufism, the Maulana said, “Becoming Sufi will not do you any good. Sufism does not pose any threat to the British. If there is any threat to them it is from people like us.”
Sani said that the first Islamic state was established by Tipu Sultan whereas the religion of Islam did not flourish during the reign of the Mughals. Referring to the Reshmi Rumal Movement and the battle of freedom at Shyamli, he said that today we needed such Ulema who have the courage to fight. The leaders of the Majlis-e-Ahrar-e-Islam Hind have been wielding a severe blow to the mischief of Qadianism for the last 80 years. He said that the Qadianis want to spread the mischief of the false English prophet Mirza Ghulam Ahmad Qadiani but with the grace of God, the Muslims today are not only aware of this mischief but also fighting it with all force. [Partial translation]
Additional note by Imran Jattala, Editor, Ahmadiyya Times:
The statements and actions stemming from various groups of Majlis Tahafuz Khatima-e Nabuwwat (MTKN) are increasingly vile, offensive and threatening for Ahmadis in several countries where MTKN groups have been successful in radicalizing simple Muslims and turning them into "anti-Qadiani" activists propagating open violence at times.
Various factions of Khatme Nabuwwat groups operate in Pakistan, India and the UK, among other places.
In Pakistan, for example, the Press Section of Sadr Anjuman Ahmadiyya says the situation for Ahmadis in Pakistan 'has reached a tipping point.'
"Attacks and hate campaign has reached a new level where the government seem to be turning a blind eye," an Ahmadiyya websites states.
According to the latest reports by the Ahmadi Muslim Community in the Pakistani media, attacks on Ahmadis' lives and properties has significantly increased since the PML-N group has won the 2013 election in May.
The federal government, lead by Nawz Sharif, and the Punjab government, under the control of his brother Shahbaz Sharif, booth seem to have been an encouragement for the extremists as the number of attacks on Ahmadis members and their mosques have increased in various parts of Pakistan.
"The Aalami Majlis Tahafuz Khatme Nabuwwat is openly involved in this incitement to violence and calls it Jihad," wrote Mr Saleemdin, the Ahmadiyya Spokesperson in Pakistan.
"The result: murders, assaults, kidnappings, false criminal charges, desecration of mosques, numerous incidents of harassment and intimidation, and a pervasive sense of insecurity and great concern among Ahmadis in general," the Ahmadiyya website additionally stated.
In the UK, an investigation by Wimbledon Guardian newspaper in 2010 reveled that "An international hate campaign by Islamic fundamentalists against a minority sect has spread to Britain and is causing a dangerous rift in south London’s Muslim community."
The newspaper quoted Lord Avebury, the long-serving vice-chairman of the Parliamentary Human Rights Group, saying that "Our investigation has revealed shocking examples of Ahmadi residents, businessmen and politicians being demonised and ostracised by UK Islamic fundamentalist group Khatme Nabuwat (KN)."
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