July 1, 2011

Maududi — Godfather of Pakistan Army & al-Qaeda

The Terrorland Report

THE Jamaat-e-Islami (JI) is the ideological godfather of the Pakistan military. Generals, no matter bearded or clean-shaven, get their strength from the writings of JI founder Maulana Abul Ala Maududi — the man who is godfather of Sayyid Qutub, the spiritual leader of al-Qaeda.

According to The News, the JI is historically the mother of all terrorism in Pakistan, as its militant student wing, Islami Jamiat-e-Talba (IJT) were the ones, who spearheaded the Kalashnikov culture in Pakistan under the patronage of former military dictator General Ziaul Huque.

It is the greatest tragedy in the 1,400-year history of Islam that a man, Maulana Maududi, opposed creation of Pakistan and publicly abused the Founding father M.A. Jinnah, dubbing him as The Great Infidel (Kafir-e-Azam) instead of The Great Leader (Quaid-e-Azam). But when the country came into existence, he tried to hijack it! 

Here are some excerpts from the writings and statements of Maulana Maududi. It was compiled and published by the Pakistan People’s Party-owned Urdu language newspaper, Musawat, on November 14, 1988.

A Baloch intellectual, Borhaan Arifee, has translated it into English, allowing The Terrorland to publish it. However, the original Urdu text is also available at the end of this post.

What did Maulana Maududi say—do you remember?

Quote 1: Founding of Pakistan and its birth is equal to a beast.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, Volume 31, Page 59, Issued in 1947, Pakistan.) 

Quote 2: Mohammad Ali Jinnah does not deserve to be a leader but should be put under trial as a traitor.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, Volume 31, Page 63, Issued in 1947.) 

Quote 3: There were three actors in the partition of India and Mohammad Ali Jinnah's acting was the worst failure among all.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, Volume 31, Page 70, Issued in 1947.) 

Quote 4: It is forbidden (religiously) to vote for the Muslim League (headed by Mr. Jinnah).
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, Volume 27, Page 27, Issued in Pathan Kot, his native Indian town.) 

Quote 5: Mohammad Ali Jinnah is the founder of fools' paradise and a great sinner.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, February 1946, Page 153.) 

Quote 6: Pakistan is fools’ paradise and Muslims’ fiat government.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, February 1946, Page 154.) 

Quote 7: Pakistan is full of millions of thieves, looters, pillagers, rapists and most vicious people.
               (Tarjuman Al-Quran, Volume 31, Page 59.) 

Quote 8: Election campaign is a race of hunting dogs.
               (Kotar, January 27, 1950.) 

Quote 9: The Muslim League is an organization which is free of God’s fear and ethical barriers that made our collective social environment, worst than a toilet.
               (Jamait-e-Islami’s Election Campaign paper, Page 16.) 

Quote 10: Indian refugees are deserters and cowards who fought for a nationality but when the time for punishment came they fled.
                 (Statement by Maulana Maududi, published in daily Nawa-e-Waqt, August 29, 1947.)

Ah! So how do you feel after reading the great Maulana Maududi’s historic rhetoric? How shamelessly the JI leaders are behaving in Pakistan today! They are the main partner in the traditional Military-Mullah Alliance in Pakistan. Many al-Qaeda leaders have been recovered from the houses of JI leaders.

Apparently the JI accuses the generals whenever needed... but behind the scene, it dances together with the military whenever they get a new sack of dollars! This is the actual story of their so-called jihad, recruiting and killing poor young people!

Some of the JI’s top leaders, Liaqat Baloch and Hafiz Salman Butt etc, are being accused of committing crimes against innocent citizens, including the sons and daughters of Maulana Maududi. Bangladesh has banned the books of Maulana Maududi. Do you think a similar ban on the JI and its terrorism-inciting literature is needed in Pakistan and other parts of the world as well?


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5 comments:

  1. Cyberspace comments on this post

    Javed: The root of terrorism is USA and none of these...........you are living in fools paradise or know nothing.

    Murtaza: well thats not true. if you want to go deep then u must learn a book "The Milestone" by Syed Qutab Shaheed then might you got some clue whats Al-Qaeda and whats the difference between Jahileya and Islamic Society

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  2. The most important is to believe in One Allah, and fallow the teachings of Prophet Muhammad and his companions.
    If we have done it then we can start working on the things which are out of contest.

    The above information contains the lines out of contest and are based on the manipulation. With Due apologies if you don’t agree you can refer to the books by Sulmen Rushdi and the Raj Paul in which they have taken the lines between and have referred from the Hadith and Quran Books.

    The Musawat was newspaper started by the respected Zoolifqar Bhutto Sb and is not reliable source but was a manipulator.

    Also There is only Prophets who were away from all the dirt of sins, Otherwise any person no way how great he is may can have the sins but the most important thing is that after the sin is he is stick with the sin or have got repentance from Allah.

    Also the religion of Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) is based on 5-Pillers of Islam for this world and the decisions for the next world are based on Iman. With due apologies believe on Pakistan is not required to get the kindness and repentance of Allah.

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  3. The whole propaganda piled herein is fake:

    Just have a look at real side .... http://www.forum.jamaat.org/forum/jamaat-e-islami-pakistan/ji-questions-answers/117-molana-maududi-pakistan-quaid-e-azam

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  4. This is totally false ... Nothing such was said by Molana Maududi ... Please visit here for refrerences

    http://www.forum.jamaat.org/forum/jamaat-e-islami-pakistan/ji-questions-answers/117-molana-maududi-pakistan-quaid-e-azam

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