Hadhrat Ahmad as said that it was Islamically wrong to fight against a government which did not interfere in religious affairs and which took upon itself the responsibility of maintaining law and order and granting security and safety to the people. I do not flatter this government. He explains the meaning and significance of the word Jihad and tells his readers that it really demands a struggle.
He gives a detailed account of what the misguided Maulvis think of Jihad and how they mislead the people to acts of violence. He further remarks that on the one hand the ignorant Maulvis have wrong notions about Jihad and, on the other hand, the Christian missionaries have also told false stories to the people, they have published a lot of literature to misrepresent Islam and thus they have caused discontent and unrest.
He tells his readers that all this could be tolerated before this time, but now that he has appeared and has explained all the things very convincingly, there should be no excuse for the people to act the same way as they did before. He admonishes the members of his Jamaat to shun the unclean habits of violence and they should know that they have to avoid disorder and disturbances and they have to show sympathy for their fellow beings. They should clear up their hearts, for by doing so they will begin to resemble the angels. Unclean is the religion which has no sympathy for human beings.
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Attacking the non-Muslims, and calling it Jihad is not the Islamic Jihad in the least, he says. Hadhrat Ahmed as suggests to the government that a law should be passed placing a ban on writing about other religions. This could be done for an experimental period of some years.
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Analysts say the funds have been used to expand and renovate the seminary's vast campus, not to modernize or diversify its teachings. Pakistani politicians have attacked the decision by the conservative PTI, which has close ties to hard-line Islamic political parties and figures.
Bilawal Bhutto Zardari, chairman of the Pakistan Peoples Party, said it was a "shame," while Syed Alam Mehsud, president of nationalist party Wolesi Tehrik, said the move "proved" that the government was "supporting extremist elements. Pakistan launched a National Action Plan to tackle extremism shortly after a December assault on an army-run school in which Pakistani Taliban militants killed more than people, most of them children.
It included a plan to register all religious schools and reform their curriculum by introducing modern and secular subjects. I think the focus of attention that is required from the authorities is lacking. Semple said the seminaries and their leaders have become increasingly powerful in society and politics in Pakistan.
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He said that would explain the PTI's decision to fund Darul Uloom Haqqania and its leader Haq, the leader of the Jamiat Ulema-e Islam political party, which will participate in general elections this year. Search Search. Kazakhstan Kyrgyzstan Tajikistan Turkmenistan Uzbekistan. Armenia Azerbaijan Georgia. Afghanistan Pakistan. And to add to that there is the disturbing report that suggests that half of those known to police are classified as being of significant concern. Many of those have now returned from Syria and Iraq to their homes, which may mean a possibility of IS cells emerging here in the UK.
There are many questions as to why so many young men and women are becoming involved in the IS cause, whether they choose to travel to Iraq or Syria to join the jihadis or remain at home to engage in fund-raising activities online — or more disturbingly in hatching terror plots on the internet.
In this context, there have been calls for the authorities to become much stricter as to the access to information and technology not just to those who are known to be active in extremist or terrorist activities but to all citizens as a preventative and security measure. Essentially, this could mean monitoring of all citizens online activities and would mean the introduction and implementation of a policy specifically allowing the authorities access to formerly encrypted sites and apps. Now that the election is over and a new majority Conservative government established, it will be a waiting game as to when and how the issue is going to be addressed.
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There is little in terms of detail to specify what measures can or will be taken against anybody who has been active or has claimed links to terrorist or extremist organisations in general. This could set a dangerous precedent in terms of arrests and detentions for those who are alleged to have been involved in any way with this type of activity.
The idea of having a Patriot Act in the UK would be quite unnerving for many people as it would be seen as a way for the government to have complete control over the everyday lives of the people. Only time will tell how effective any government plan to prevent radicalisation can be but there is no doubt that the issue needs to be addressed sooner rather than later.