Pakistan: Again at the cusp of civil war, or the clash of civilizations

PLAYING WITH FIRE

SHORT ROAD TO PARADISE TO KILL CHRISTIANS AND HINDUS AND UNBELIEVERS.

The whole world is suffering from the corona epidemic, in such a situation the recent events of Pakistan managed to attract media attention. (Violent protests are being carried out across the country by the extremist organization Tehreek -E- Labbaik Pakistan, seeking to end political relations with France and declare France as an anti-Muslim country.)

Saad Hussain Aamir Tehreek-E-Labbaik Pakistan

Pakistan is full of such religious, political organizations. Every new organization is more staunch, narrow, and dangerous than the old one to look more religious than the other. Pakistan is a staunch Islamic country, and like any Islamic country, here, radical struggle between fundamentalist organizations and the government is a common thing. The roots of Islamic fundamentalism are very deep in Pakistan, due to which democracy could never flourish here. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT PLEASE VISIT :- https://nithinks.com/2019/08/15/74th-independence-day-jihad-pakistan-hindu-massacre-and-traitor-media/ SHORT ROAD TO PARADISE TO KILL CHRISTIANS AND HINDUS AND UNBELIEVERS. The killing of non-Muslims is still considered the greatest service of Islam in Pakistan. Dozens of incidents in which the general public welcomes a person killing a non-Muslim with rose petals, rose water and perfume.

A SON’S JOURNEY THROUGH ISLAMIC LANDS

My father’s killer was showered with rose petals, billboards of him were erected through the city of Lahore, men came to give food and money in thanks for what he had done, and there were vast rallies of support demanding he be freed. The Senate, which in the months to come would have a prayer to say for Osama bin Laden, was unwilling to pass a simple motion to condemn the killing. Those who defended my father, in no matter how small a way, were themselves either killed or forced to leave. In March, Shahbaz Bhatti, the minister for minority affairs, who had joined my father in opposing the blasphemy laws, was gunned down by unknown men outside his house in Islamabad; in August, the cleric who had performed my father’s funeral rites, when no one else was willing, was forced to flee the country; and, in October, the judge who dared hand down a death sentence against my father’s killer left for Saudi Arabia, after his court was smashed up by protestors.

Aatish Taseer
STRANGER TO HISTORY
A son’s journey through Islamic Lands

The jihadization of media has been done in Pakistan. Just as the communist ideology had its own media and its own language style, so is the condition of Pakistan’s media. The propagation of Islam’s most radical and violent ideology (Wahhabi) in this area is a major reason for this. Even today, the words of humanity, coexistence, diversity, non-violence and their meaning are unknown to the society of Pakistan. Any Pakistani newspaper should be picked up and even after reading for a few hours, we can hardly meet these words.

THE BURDEN OF OLD TRADITION

“There is no God but Allah, and Mohammed is the prophet of Allah.’ Such is the cry which electrifies 250 millions of the inhabitants of this globe. Such is the cry which thrills them so that they are ready to go forward and fight for their religion, and consider it a short road to Paradise to kill Christians and Hindus and unbelievers. It is that cry which at the present time is echoing and re echoing through the hills and mountain fastnesses of the North-West Frontier of India. It is that cry which the mullahs of Afghanistan are now carrying to mountain hamlets and to towns in Afghanistan in order to raise the people of that country to come forward and fight. That is a cry which has the power of joining together the members of Islam throughout the world, and preparing them for a conflict with all who are not ready to accept their religion. … And it is especially these Mohammedans on the North-West Frontier of India who have this intense religious zeal – call it what we will, fanaticism or bigotry – but which, nevertheless, is a power within them overruling every passion. FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THIS SUBJECT PLEASE VISIT :- https://nithinks.com/2019/10/07/islamic-imperialism-breaking-of-idols-hindu-struggle-past-present/

Dr Theodore Pennell Missionary Doctor at Bannu, Among The Wild Tribes Of The Afghan Frontier, 1909.

Allah has told us to make atom bombs. America is telling us not to. Who should we listen to O Muslims, Allah or America? Kashmir will not be solved by talks, not by American arbitration, not by its division but only by jihad, jihad, jihad! The Hindus were terrorists yesterday, they are terrorists today and they will remain terrorists tomorrow. We are right in seeking revenge from these spawns of evil.

Pakistan, the only Islamic country with nuclear power, is a threat to the whole world. Presently, the 9/11 incident has shown that religious fundamentalism cannot be confined within the boundaries of any country or region. Due to the resources of globalization, traffic, a poisonous ideology can ever put thousands of people in the face of death.

THE WRONG ENEMY

“All Taliban are ISI Taliban. It is not possible to go to Afghanistan without any help of the ISI. Everyone says this”. Brother of a Pakistani suicide bomber killed in Afghanistan.”

“The Madrasa Question And Terrorism”

The medicine mentioned in religious tradition… is in no way part of the divine revelation. [It was] merely [part of] Arab custom and happened to be mentioned in connection with the circumstances of the Prophet, like other things that were customary in his generation. [It was] not mentioned in order to imply that [it] is stipulated by the religious law. Muhammad was sent to teach us the religious law. He was not sent to teach us medicine or any other ordinary matter.

“Every one of the boys bobs his head up and down as he recites a verse and then another verse and another—–they are memorizing the entire Koran though they do not yet know its meaning (“That will come later when they are taught to use the Koran as their life guide”)It is still morning and we are told that the group will spend three hours at this—without a break. They will log another three hours in the afternoon .six hours of rote memorization and no one is complaining— After a long discussion ——-about the merits of the Koran I ask the students how many want to be engineers or doctors when they finish school. two hands are raised. How many of you want to fight jihad when you grow up?. Every hand shoots up into the air. And most of them are kids under the age of ten. A television broadcaster on what he observed in a madrasa on the outskirt of Peshawar.cited in Shankar Shran, “The Madrasa Question And Terrorism”.

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Religious organizations spread like mushrooms in Pakistan have no problem in making them members. The network of madarasas, educational institutions promoting jihadist ideology is spread all over Pakistan. The Pakistan Army also takes full advantage of the jihadist ideology of such religious organizations and madrasas for their own benefit, especially to send jihadis to Kashmir.
Famous writer and journalist Thomas Friedman has written in his famous book HOT FLAT AND CROWDED Why we need a Green Revolution and how it can renew America that in Pakistan, invoking jihad on the walls, it is common to appeal to the youth to cooperate in this holy war. In many places, it is urged to call the mobile number, and it is said that only one missed call can make you a member of the organization associated with the Jihad movement.
There is no match between the education and modern employment of the madrasa. All of Pakistan’s education system is limited to becoming “good Muslims” only.
To be good Muslims, hatred and jihad (non-Islamic) people is necessary.
Naturally, these hate youth join Islamic extremist organizations. In this way we see that Jihad is the religion of Pakistan, Jihad is import, Jihad is export, Jihad is sacred, Jihad is the goal of life, Jihad is the oxygen on which Pakistan lives. Pakistan is a medieval barbaric country, seeing its unique historical heritage, the import ideology of the Gulf country, A problem for the whole world, but this is the problem that Pakistan considers necessary for happiness. Pakistan is a suicidal country, moving towards confrontation with the whole world, the sooner the world understands this, the better it will be for the welfare of the world.

Author: nitinsingh

Postgraduate in International relations. Experience in writing in various journals, from BBC WORLD NEWS SERVICE to India's one of the oldest hindi daily. I like to write on international relations, religion, religious conflict. Social media has bridged the distance between writing and reading. Now writing is not just the expression of one's own thought, but also knowing the expression of people on various subject.

14 thoughts on “Pakistan: Again at the cusp of civil war, or the clash of civilizations”

  1. A much needed call for the rest of the world to wake up and recognize the danger that is Pakistan.

    Wahhabism is little more than the Asian Islamic religious equivalent of European German Nazism.

    1. There are things you don’t know because you don’t live here so making such a strong comment is close minded of you to do.You dont know half the things about people here.I admit some horrible elements are present but some good elements are also there.without knowing anything please stop comparing us to nazis

    2. i hope you well , ya my frnd u r Absolutely right, The spread of Wahhabi Islam in Pakistan is the main reason for Islamic fundamentalism. In fact, money coming from Saudi Arabia, ideology, and the madrassas with the help of all these are the root of the problem.

    1. Look, Pakistan does have these elements however the whole of Pakistani population isn’t like that.the new generation is open minded so don’t hate Pakistan all that much

    2. The spread of Wahhabi Islam in Pakistan is the main reason for Islamic fundamentalism. In fact, money coming from Saudi Arabia, ideology, and the madrassas running with the help of all these are the root of the problem. Pakistan’s madrasas have ceased to be factories of jihad. Students coming out of these madrasas are not fit for modern employment.
      These are the lives of young Islamic extremist organizations

  2. I am a Pakistani, I do realize that there is fanatism in my country but Islam is not to blame for this.Islam is a religion of peace and forgiveness.Islam teaches us not to attack people if they do not attack us and if they do,hand the case to their government. The people who use the excuse of jihad to kill people just twist the words of Quran.I am a Muslim yet I definitely do not think this and I have not seen the people around me thinking this way.Also the concept of jihad is not bad itself.Jihad means to sacrifice yourself in the way of Islam.You can do jihad by spending money on poor people and fighting for Islam.Like I said before Islam asks us only to fight when others initiate so the people that are fanatics aren’t acting on the teachings of Islam.I wrote this not to defend anyone but explain something’s that are written wrong here

    1. hi,areesha hope you well, I do not know the meaning of Areesha, when you reply to my mail, you will also tell its meaning. Seeing your three mails, I will answer all in detail, without any prejudice. You rightly said that Islam does not promote violence, but unfortunately the voice of people like you is buried somewhere. While the Mullah and Wahhabi ideology is radicalizing the society. What is the meaning of Jihad? I have not written any definition with my self , you do not have to make much effort to understand what jihad means in the context of Pakistan. The meaning of Jihad on the site of the Army of Pakistan: – Pakistan’s army is not a country but an Islamic army. Pakistan’s army’s motto on its website: Iman, Taqwa, Jihad fi Sabilillah (“Faith, Piety, Struggle for God”)
      “Quranic philosophy on the application of military force, within the context of the totality that is jihad. The professional soldier in a Muslim army, pursuing the goals of a Muslim state, CANNOT become professional if in all his activities he does not take the color of Allah.” (“The Qur’anic concept of war” written by Brig.S.K Malik foreword by General M.Zia- Ul- Haq Highlights the functioning of the Pakistani Army) The only goal is to make a country a Muslim nation? I am not saying this, the books written by the Army of Pakistan and their Presidents are saying. My job is only to tell the truth and show the truth of Pakistan and I have done the same. I hope you don’t take it personally

  3. My name is Areesha and means shade, shelter. I am thankful that you acknowledge Islam does promote radicalism. The thing is a lot of people interpret things wrong and become too extreme. Also, about the army part…since we are a Muslim country a huge section of the people that go to the army is because they are doing service for Islam. But the thing is the army is kind of corrupted and politics and all that stuff do not really contribute to Islam so while their intentions are different their actions don’t really represent Islam. I didn’t take anything personally and I respect your opinion. I am speaking as a citizen so yea that’s my reply. What I am trying to say here is try to hate the people that did wrong not others, so if a government did wrong then hate the government not the people

    1. thnx areesha ,

      Totally agree, I had read a book in childhood, I was a spy of India in Pakistan,(main pakistan me bharat ka jaasus tha ) this book was written by Mohan Lal Bhaskar. The author of this book had been in Pakistani prison for several years on charges of espionage. Even after spending many years in Pakistani jail, he believed that ordinary Pakistani citizen does not have enmity with India. But these Pakistani common citizens are now a minority, fundamentalist powers, Mullahs, Army and Islamic extremists have taken over the country.
      The book that I have given an example – Stranger to History, this book has been written by Atish Taseer. His father (Salman taseer governor of pakistan punjab ) was a well-known figure in Pakistan.
      My father’s killer was showered with rose petals, billboards of him were erected through the city of Lahore, men came to give food and money in thanks for what he had done, and there were vast rallies of support demanding he be freed. The Senate, which in the months to come would have a prayer to say for Osama bin Laden, was unwilling to pass a simple motion to condemn the killing. Those who defended my father, in no matter how small a way, were themselves either killed or forced to leave. In March, Shahbaz Bhatti, the minister for minority affairs, who had joined my father in opposing the blasphemy laws, was gunned down by unknown men outside his house in Islamabad; in August, the cleric who had performed my father’s funeral rites, when no one else was willing, was forced to flee the country; and, in October, the judge who dared hand down a death sentence against my father’s killer left for Saudi Arabia, after his court was smashed up by protestors.
      Being an Indian, and being a blogger, my duty is to bring the truth to the world and I am doing the same. GOD bless you n good luck.

      1. Glad you do◉‿◉ but just to make clear I do love my country and want the best for it.It’s ideology I agree with which to have land which allows freedom for everyone..I just hate its current situation with all the corruption,close-minded people and poverty.It was nice discussing this with an Indian(because not all Indians are willing to discuss even the smallest things with Pakistanis and likewise)anyway bye

  4. damn! your post is quite accurate. I mean the failing democracy, the madrassas, I bear witness to that. And as a citizen, I am as much against it as you are. The other day, this Ahmadi man was murdered by two motorcyclists in the name of jihad. Can you imagine the level of insanity? Pakitan went crazy for the Muslim family killed in a hate crime in Canada but they appreciate killing in the name of Allah. It is ironic. Islam is not cruel. And religion is not to blame. This racist culture, hate crimes, the extremism in madrassas (though not all of them) should need to end. In fact, if things don’t improve, I don’t intend to spend the rest of my life here as well for it has been mentally and physically exhausting.

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