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"Let there arise out of you a band of people inviting to all that is good enjoining what is right and forbidding what is wrong; they are the ones to attain felicity".
(surah Al-Imran,ayat-104)
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User Name: Sami_Malik
Full Name: Sami Malik
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 Reply:   Agar Pakistan Na Banta
Replied by(Brig) Replied on (13/Jun/2009)

Dear Malik Sahib,

Assalam o alaikum

This essay of yours makes me proud. The days of Ustad and Shagird are long since gone but if I could call you a shagird I would have said that my lifetime work is done because in Samiullah Malik I have one pupil who has fully grasped the essence of the quest of my life and can articulate the argument better than me. Brahmin defines himself as 'superior' by birth because he is created from the head of his god Brahma. But that is mythology. What is more important is the reality. The reality is that Hindu defines himself as nemesis of a Muslim. No one can convert and become a Brahmin, but every one - including Muslim Ulema - can embrace hostility for the Muslim quest to be sovereign. Any one who embraces hostility to Muslim quest to be sovereign, in the eyes of the Barahim, is a Hindu. If he has a Muslim name, it better; if he callas himself a Aalim, it is evern better. Hindu is ever eager to include more and more into the fold of those opposed to - not to Islam as a faith, but to Muslims as a fraternity, Muslims as an Ummah. Let us not forget, no one feels threatened by a pious Muslim; it is their quest of setting up ever larger sovereign nations - Darussalam - that gives dignity to the Muslim Ummah, which the enemies of Islam oppose.

You have not only understood but articluated extremely well why most of the Ulema opposed Pakistan before 1947 and some even continue to do so. The 'secularist' Muslim who opposed to Pakistan have become marginalised or become ethnic lobbies amnd groups. It is only the Ulema who have since organised themselves a political parties in Pakistan who are blighting Pakistan today. We have to fight the same battle once again that Quaid e Azam and Allama Iqbal fought - battle on two fronts - against the ethnicists as well the Hindu friendly Ulema.

With Warm regards

Usman Khalid
 
 Reply:   Agar Pakistan Na Banta
Replied by(Brig) Replied on (13/Jun/2009)

Dear Malik Sahib,

Assalam o alaikum

This essay of yours makes me proud. The days of Ustad and Shagird are long since gone but if I could call you a shagird I would have said that my lifetime work is done because in Samiullah Malik I have one pupil who has fully grasped the essence of the quest of my life and can articulate the argument better than me. Brahmin defines himself as 'superior' by birth because he is created from the head of his god Brahma. But that is mythology. What is more important is the reality. The reality is that Hindu defines himself as nemesis of a Muslim. No one can convert and become a Brahmin, but every one - including Muslim Ulema - can embrace hostility for the Muslim quest to be sovereign. Any one who embraces hostility to Muslim quest to be sovereign, in the eyes of the Barahim, is a Hindu. If he has a Muslim name, it better; if he callas himself a Aalim, it is evern better. Hindu is ever eager to include more and more into the fold of those opposed to - not to Islam as a faith, but to Muslims as a fraternity, Muslims as an Ummah. Let us not forget, no one feels threatened by a pious Muslim; it is their quest of setting up ever larger sovereign nations - Darussalam - that gives dignity to the Muslim Ummah, which the enemies of Islam oppose.

You have not only understood but articluated extremely well why most of the Ulema opposed Pakistan before 1947 and some even continue to do so. The 'secularist' Muslim who opposed to Pakistan have become marginalised or become ethnic lobbies amnd groups. It is only the Ulema who have since organised themselves a political parties in Pakistan who are blighting Pakistan today. We have to fight the same battle once again that Quaid e Azam and Allama Iqbal fought - battle on two fronts - against the ethnicists as well the Hindu friendly Ulema.

With Warm regards

Usman Khalid
 
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